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If you have been looking for cryotherapy in Northwest Arkansas, you’ve probably already heard about some of the virtues of the popular treatment. Today, it is used to help a wide variety of issues.

What is Cryotherapy? It is a widely used cold therapy treatment using a whole body chamber, which can be used either locally or on the whole body to treat certain skin conditions, muscle pain including back pain, sprains and swelling of soft tissue caused by injury or surgery.  Primarily, it is safely used to treat sports related injuries in athletes. As examples, injuries from running, basketball and mountain biking can all be treated using this sub-zero therapy. 

Thankfully, it is easily accessible to Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale and Fayetteville residents and visitors through CryoFactor Wellness Center.  If you’re wondering if this form of cold therapy can help you, don’t wait, read the questions and answers below supplied by our local expert.  If the information you’re after isn’t there, submit a question free of charge.

This blog post is sponsored by CryoFactor Wellness Center


Whole Body Cryotherapy is a hyper-cooling process where the skin is exposed to a temperature of -240 to -270 degrees Fahrenheit for about 3 minutes.  At this extreme temperature the body activates its natural healing processes and provides significant long-term medical and cosmetic benefits.

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There is no freezing involved, only the feeling of being cold.  This process is simply cold air flowing over the surface of the skin which, in turn, creates the beneficial results.  The air is completely dry, making it surprisingly comfortable.

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During each session the body releases endorphins, which are hormones that make you feel good and energetic. Pain and inflammation are decreased and you will also burn 500 calories or more per session, due to the body’s increase in metabolic rate.

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  • Pain Management
  • Inflammation
  • Athletic recovery and decreased soreness
  • Mood enhancement
  • Insomia
  • Headaches
  • Increased Metabolism
  • Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Itching
  • Psoriasis
  • Beauty and Anti-aging – because of collagen production
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    Want To Give Cryotherapy A Try?  We Would Like To Be Your Cryotherapy Wellness Spa.

    I’m Denise Youngblood, owner of CryoFactor Wellness Center.  When I struggled with getting the appropriate amount of sleep each night, it really took a toll on my mind, body, and emotional health. I have always been a huge advocate for holistic and natural ways of healing. My daughter recommended giving Cryotherapy a try, which I did, and fell in love! Not only did I get my sleep schedule back, I was also avoiding pharmaceuticals, which was what every doctor was recommending. After much research, we opened our first location April of 2014 in Fayetteville AR, and at the beginning of 2018, we branched out to Bentonville AR. We have grown a large base of loyal clientele since opening consisting of a wide range of demographics, from youngsters to the elderly. We treat many athletes from youth to professional, chronic pain sufferers and those that simply like the way Cryotherapy makes them feel. Our passion is helping our clients to feel better. We are genuinely concerned for their well being, and pride ourselves in growing client rapport! We also offer Normatec Compression Pumps for the legs, hips, and arms. We have an Infrared Sauna, and we also do Stretch Yoga.  Be sure to check out our Facebook page for daily specials.

    Cryofactor Wellness Spa CryoFactor Wellness Center
    113 W. Sunbridge, Fayetteville, AR 
    (479) 521-2796 2212

    S. Walton Blvd, Suite 16, Bentonville, 
    (479) 616-2665 Disclaimer: Information contained within this website is for informational purposes only. NWATravelGuide does not recommend cold therapy as a form of treatment for any illness or disease without direction from your healthcare professional. The cold therapy products and equipment have not been tested or approved by the FDA or any other government agencies. Use at your own risk.