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5280 Cryo & Recovery Clinic treats a variety of soft tissue and sports injury conditions from a common sense approach. Instead of simply just focusing on pain management, we offer treatments that help restore the normal functional ability for the body to move, bend, and twist as nature intended. Our intention is to fix your injury, educate on cause, and instruct on how to prevent re-injury with specific rehab exercises, stretches, and lifestyle modifications.

Services Offered At Our Kansas Location:


Every A.R.T. session is a combination of examination in order to locate the specific injured tissue followed by treatment to separate the “glued” tissues.


Whole Body Cryotherapy is the latest and fastest way to decrease pain, inflammation and improve athletic recovery. Learn why the professional athletes are using this treatment and how you can too.


Our doctors regularly take continuing educational classes, read current, up to date healthcare articles, and only implement research based treatment protocols.


Functional rehab sessions can teach patients to not only retrain injured tissues, but prevent re-occurance by correcting the poor biomechanics that causes the injury in the first place.


Nomatec uses Sequential Pulse Technology based on normal physiology that synergistically combines three distinctive massage techniques to speed the body’s normal recovery process.


Our recovery room facility offers tools that are common to professional athletes in helping them recover from injuries, over use, or functional improvements.


The ALINE system is the only insole that lets your body perform at an optimum level, reducing wear and tear on your body for years to come.

Doctors at this Office:

Dr. Will Bennetts

Dr. William Bennetts joined Performance Spine and Sport in August of 2015. He lives in Pittsburg with his wife, Johanna, and their two boys. Dr. Bennetts is originally from Goodland, Kansas and attended Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina for his undergraduate degree. He received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2006. In 2013, Dr. Bennetts  was privileged to spend eight months as a Chiropractic missionary in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, where he provided free chiropractic care to the impoverished community and orphanages there.

Dr. Bennetts specializes in the care and treatment of athletes, whether at local school, college or professional level, or the weekend warrior. He is full body certified in Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) along with traditional manual adjustments and whole body cryotherapy to encourage the body to recover after any physical activity. These techniques have also been proven successful for those who perform repetitive work professionally, such as line workers or laborers.