Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF).
This advanced massage technique, which uses a combination of passive stretching and isometric contractions (gentle resistance) is used to break neuromuscular holding patterns to help reset muscle holding patterns and overall length. It is used to make quick gains in range of motion to help athletes & tight individuals relax muscles and improve performance. With proper muscle resting length and good joint range of motion, you’ll have better biomechanics, less fatigue and decrease overuse injuries.
We Can Help You!
At Boulder Therapeutics, we are trained in Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation stretching techniques and how to apply them to your particular pain pattern or restriction. We often blend this technique with many others to provide a customized therapeutic treatment which achieves the best possible result.Contact us for Relief
Why Choose Boulder Therapeutics?
All of our massage therapists and medical practitioners are skilled in sports massage, injury rehab and pain relief. We’ll review your posture and help assess the actual cause of your pain or restriction. We will also explain when to use ice or heat and will provide stretches & recommendations to help get you feeling better.
The staff at Boulder Therapeutics takes great pride in our ability to help athletes & injured clients reach their full potential. We work 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. And if you’re an athlete, we will create a session unique to your needs using the same knowledge, skills and experience we have developed working with professional level athletes from the NFL, MLS, World Cup, Olympians, International Rugby teams, professional cyclists, runners, triathletes, rock climbers and many other sports. For 12 seasons, the staff at Boulder Therapeutics were the massage therapists for the Colorado Rapids Professional Soccer Team.