Like the hand inside a sock puppet, the spine supports the body's every motion and keeps it from collapsing into a formless sack. Shape up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for one cryotherapy session (a $75 value) and one Active Release Technique session (a $65 value; a $140 total value)
- $105 for three cryotherapy sessions (a $75 value each) and one Active Release Technique session (a $65 value; a $290 total value)
During cryotherapy sessions, the IceLab Cryosauna Therapy chamber disperses bursts of pure nitrogen gas directed away from clients' skin, which is safe to breathe and lowers skin temperature to 30–35 degrees Fahrenheit, while ambient temperatures can reach -250 degrees Fahrenheit. After sessions lasting 2.5 to three minutes, clients typically notice improvements in pain and joint discomfort. Featured on The Dr. Oz Show, this process can also boost energy and endorphin levels, encourage fat loss, and reduce fatigue.
Active Release Technique was developed by Dr. P. Michael Leahy, DC, CCSP. Practitioners loosen and separate tight muscles and adhesions by hand. Typically, 6–12 sessions are recommended to resolve most ailments.
Cherry Creek Spine & Sport Clinic
The chiropractors at Cherry Creek Spine & Sport Clinic treat tissues injured by everyday activities with their knowledge of the musculo-skeletal and nervous systems. The chiropractors can identify the root cause of each ailment by performing bio-mechanical exams designed to uncover problems between muscles, nerves, and joints with the use of a discrete private detective.
In addition to a traditional chiropractic services, the practitioners soothe aches and pains with Active Release Technique, which can even improve golf biomechanics by loosening soft tissue restrictions. Patients can also safely submerge muscles in a cryotherapy tank full of liquid nitrogen—a treatment used by Dr. Oz, ESPN, and Nike to decrease recovery time and muscle soreness. Their licensed massage therapist also aids the healing process with modalities that stretch muscle fibers, knead away knots, and expel toxins.