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.
The practitioners at Community Workz Holistic and Natural Health Care believe that a healthy planet starts with a healthy community. At their practice, they offer services based on suggested rather than set prices, which they hope will inspire goodwill and encourage the community to learn about effective, sustainable health care. They specialize in body and energy work, with treatments that include massage therapy, pain point therapy, and BodyTalk energy healing. Practitioners also help future moms with prenatal and postnatal care, including massage and fertility support. Since communities also include furry friends, the healers at Community Workz extend a helping paw to pets with energy-work sessions that focus on balancing a pet’s mind/body energy, addressing emotional and behavioral concerns, and strengthening the bond between pet and owner.
Athletic activity. Cramped office conditions. Poorly maintained posture. All of these factors can contribute to chronic, occasionally debilitating, aches and pains throughout a person's body. At Colorado Muscle Therapy, a massage therapist specializes in helping clients live pain-free lives by correcting the structural abnormalities caused by injury or routine wear and tear. Specialized massage modalities?including everything from deep-tissue work to myofascial release?soothe tense muscles and connective tissues while reducing inflammation. To complement these treatments, the therapist also offers assisted stretching sessions designed to improve mobility. For a more in-depth approach, they also lead movement-based classes that use yoga, Pilates, or tai chi to bolster flexibility and increase a client's range of motion.
Even as Sasha May pursued careers such as financial planning and real estate, her childhood desire to “make people feel better” always remained in her heart and mind. It took her daughter's diagnosis of a walking condition for her to reevaluate her decisions and obtain a Master of Science from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in order to take the leap into holistic healing. Now, Sasha is a licensed acupuncturist, helping people the way she knew she always could. Using a customized approach, Sasha conducts a thorough consultation with each new patient before beginning treatment. In the comfort of her cozy Impact Healing studio, she can incorporate essential oils and acupuncture to promote wellness or use tuning-fork therapy to foster noninvasive healing.
ChiroXchange supports a nervous system of more than 250 nationwide locations, whose varying services and technologies all converge with the end of healing bodies with holistic, drug-free techniques. The chiropractors believe that many of the body’s ailments, from sore backs and headaches to fatigue, are caused by blockages in the nervous system. To reverse these blockages, they nudge spinal discs back into place with gentle, strategic pressure, aligning nerves with the vertebra to free the flow of information and cat photos to and from the brain. The chiropractors at each location emphasize communication with their patients. They field questions, explain the purpose of every adjustment, and work with patients to design programs around their unique wellness goals.
Scot Somes—the licensed acupuncturist and owner of the Center for Integrated Eastern Medicine—believe that each person should take control of his or her own health. His sister Stephanie, who works as a clinic practitioner, agrees. Together, they facilitate this at their Eastern Medicine clinic, which also serves as a sports physical therapy center. Patients can bring their body back to balance with a detailed acupuncture session, or have a Tui Na massage, in which a therapist focuses on acupressure points without using needles. Each treatment can be customized to attend to certain symptoms, including migraines, allergies, digestive issues, and chronic pain. Scot and Stephanie can even prescribe Chinese herbs to help speed recovery or increase your empathy for pandas.