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Sunday, June 30, 2019 1:00 am

iCRYO firm gets Smith on board

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Jaylon Smith, the Bishop Luers High School graduate who went on to become a Dallas Cowboy, is investing in an expanding franchise that uses infrared saunas and other methods to enhance health.

Smith has joined iCRYO Cryotherapy, which bills itself as the leading cryotherapy franchise in the United States, as an equity partner, according to a recent news release.

Smith attended the University of Notre Dame and was introduced to cryotherapy as a professional athlete. 

iCRYO offers whole-body cryotherapy, localized cryotherapy and cryotherapy facials, compression therapy and infrared sauna, as well as cryoskin services for body slimming and toning.

The company says the benefits include muscle recovery, decreased joint pain, immunity boost, stress relief, anti-aging, skin rejuvenation, metabolic boost and improved sleep.

“I want to be an asset for the company as they set out to open new locations nationwide,” Smith said. “I'm eager to get started and help out in any way I can,” Smith said of joining the Houston-based company.