Orthopedic & Sports Massage

Whether you’re participating in triathlons, lifting weights, or sitting at your desk for a daily eight hour marathon, your muscles become used to certain postures and feel sore, tight, or strained.

We work with all layers of your body, from superficial to deep layers of muscle, nerve, and connective tissue.  This type of massage helps improve circulation, reduce muscle tension, increase your range of motion, and more!

Orthopedic Massage

Orthopedic MassageOrthopedic massage reduces pain and muscle tension caused by traumatic injury, repetitive stress, or postural dysfunction.  Many people in the North Denver Metro area work in office jobs; repetitive stress injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), low back problems, and upper back and neck pain are common.

Poor posture is also common in the typical work environment, from sitting at a desk in an office job, to working on your feet in a retail position.  Poor posture can cause pain in practically any part of the body, from the feet and the knees to the shoulders and neck.

Pre-Event and Post-Event Sports Massage

Pre-event sports massage helps athletes warm up tissue to prevent injury and improve performance during sports events.

Post-event massage is applied within two hours after the event.  It reduces muscle tension, cramping, and inflammation, and cools down the muscles.

You can schedule pre- or post-event sports massage as an onsite chair massage event for your event or for your team.  Email or call us at 720.612.7429 for a quote.

Rehabilitative Sports Massage: Our Specialty!

Rehabilitative sports massage is done after workouts or sports events, or is used as part of a preventive care and maintenance plan. It helps athletes improve physical performance, and reduces inflammation, soreness and pain, and recovery time.

We have experience

working with teens and adults who perform or participate in the following sports and activities:

  • Ballet & dance
  • Baseball & softball
  • Bowling
  • Crossfit
  • Cycling
  • Football & flag football
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Horseback riding
  • Ice skating & ice dance
  • Lacrosse
  • Rock climbing
  • Running, including for marathons, ultramarathons, and triathlons
  • Skiing, Alpine & Nordic, and snowshoeing
  • Soccer
  • Supping (Stand-up paddleboarding)
  • Swimming
  • Weightlifting

Common techniques in orthopedic and sports massage…

…include myofascial release, trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques, assisted stretching, deep tissue work, and therapeutic massage techniques.

Ask for this style if…

…you have muscles aches and pains, repetitive stress injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, or areas of chronic tension.