Have you been in an accident? Do you suffer from a repetitive stress injury, poor posture or chronic pain? Do you have a sports injury? We understand that these pain patterns can be physically and mentally challenging. Allow us to support you with treatment-oriented therapeutic massage to help provide the relief you’ve been looking for.
Therapeutic Injury Massage Can Help!
- Reduce soft-tissue restrictions
- Increase range of motion
- Reduce pain & recovery time
- Decrease scar tissue
- Reduce stress related to injury or medical condition
- Speed pre/post operative recovery
Neuromuscular Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy and more…
Our skilled team of massage therapists and medical practitioners have advanced training in a number of Massage Techniques and modalities to reduce your pain pattern and help you achieve full range of motion. We blend these advanced modalities to customize your treatment for your specific injury or pain pattern.
Our Massage Therapists will Support You!
Our massage therapists and medical practitioners will always assess your symptoms and design a session best suited to your current needs. We always educate you about the causes of the injury, assess your postural imbalances to avoid future injury and include stretches, exercises and awareness to prevent future injuries.
2 Levels of Service
We offer two levels of service to provide the highest level of care for our clients.
- Injury Rehab/Advanced Care: Injury-Specific Massage with a skilled staff therapist
- Injury Specialist (consultation and treatment with David Abookire)
In addition to working with many local sports teams since 1999, the staff at Boulder Therapeutics works in conjunction with doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists and other health care professionals to provide our clients with the highest level of care possible. We have treated everything from pulled muscles, whiplash and joint pain to scoliosis, carpal tunnel syndrome and severe nerve pain.
Massage therapy can help with a wide range of conditions including arthritis, a pulled muscle or lower back pain. Massage has also been shown to be helpful in soothing chronic back pain, by reducing muscle tension and spasms. Massage can be useful in easing headache pain, by targeting and releasing pressure points.AMTA