IF YOU'RE EXPERIENCING PAIN, AND YOU WOULD LIKE TO START WORKING WITH me, HERE'S WHAT TO EXPECT:

First, I assess the condition you're presenting with. Together, we determine what structures are injured and identify any movement dysfunctions that could be contributing to the condition. This guides what treatments will be most effective.

Then, I use a variety of modalities including Acupuncture, Electrical Stimulation, Cupping, Gua Sha, and Massage to address your pain and help the natural healing process to treat inflammation that's creating your symptoms.

Next, I focus on creating functional mobility to restore proper Range of Motion to the Fascial Matrix and joint capsules with Fascial Stretch Therapy.

Finally, we Re-teach your Neuromuscular System how to control the extra Range of Motion we've introduced so you are able to integrate these functional movement patterns into your daily life, hard training, and competition.

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If you're ready to get started, please contact me directly
at 720.583.5516 or


If you still have questions about the different therapies, you can dive deeper into what they are all about.

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FASCIAL STRETCH THERAPY

This assisted stretching modality is the preferred technique of professional athletes because of its ability to improve mobility from multiple angles. Instead of just stretching one muscle at a time, FST focuses on opening up connective tissue slings as well as the joint capsules associated with them. Throw in some nervous system based techniques and this modality is hard to beat!

 
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FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT

Once all the pieces are put back together, it’s time to integrate everything back to its whole. That’s where movement comes in. I’m never satisfied with just getting someone out of pain. I want to make sure they can move efficiently before they leave my office. This leads to lower instances of the injury coming back and improves performance!

 
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Sports Acupuncture

Research has shown that Acupuncture has a profound effect on pain management and inflammatory factors both at the site of injury and systemically throughout the body. Combining the ancient practice of Acupuncture with modern knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics creates an unstoppable way to treat pain!