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Cryotherapy has many health and aesthetic benefits. The extreme cold from a cryotherapy session triggers collagen production and makes skin tighter and healthier. It also boosts your metabolic rate, increases circulation and improves energy levels.

Regardless of age, we all live with a certain amount of pain. Odds are, you’re probably taking a pill of some sort to deal with this pain. Why not try something that is safe, non-invasive and drug free.

Cryotherapy combats pain and inflammation by constricting blood vessels which reduces swelling, as well as releasing anti-inflammatory proteins into your blood. Your blood also becomes infused with nutrients and enzymes while releasing endorphins that reduce pain perception. It can significantly speed up healing of acute injuries and reduce recovery time from physical activity and surgery. Incorporated into your lifestyle cryotherapy has the ability to help you maintain a more youthful state, with reduced levels of pain and stress.

About Cryotherapy Barnsley?


Cryotherapy Barnsley was founded by Joanne Ingram in June 2017. The business was founded to accommodate a gap in the market for new technology which offers holistic, pain free, natural healing suitable for all ages. The business was founded to accommodate a gap in the market for new technology which offers holistic, pain free, natural healing suitable for all ages. Joanne has a background in the finance and public sector; however found this totally unfulfilling and wanted a career change to something that would be more rewarding. She has a certificate in cryotherapy and cryogenic procedures and as received in-house training through Cryotherapy UK.

The company goals are to raise the profile of cryotherapy and make it affordable and accessible to all, and to make cryotherapy part of your daily routine. Don’t let pain take over your life. Become a younger, healthier version of you.

Where is Cryotherapy Barnsley located?


Cryotherapy Barnsley is located in Mapplewell, Barnsley and Ultraflex Gym in Rotherham.