Physical Therapy

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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy, in the setting of outpatient physical therapy, can be used as an adjunct to manual techniques for specific dysfunction of the muscles and the joints.  It can also be used to maintain general health, flexibility, and stress reduction.  Techniques such as myofacial release, deep tissue, and joint mobility can assist in acheiving and maintaining a more active lifestyle.

The History and Background of Massage Therapy

Massage therapy has been used for thousands of years for its therapeutic and pleasurable benefits. There are depictions of therapeutic touch in cave paintings that are over 10,000 years old. Hippocrates, the father of western medicine, endorsed the therapeutic use of massage and it is reported that Caesar received massage every day in order to control his epilepsy.

Massage was practiced in hospitals along with physical therapy until the 1950's when physical therapy became a separate discipline. The increase in complimentary and preventative healthcare in recent years has promoted both the physical and emotional benefits of massage therapy in our daily lives.

Massage Therapy at Sport and Spine

At our clinic injury specific massage techniques including deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, and myofascial release are used to increase blood flow to injured tissue, relieve muscle soreness and tightness, increase range of motion, and help to flush toxins. Massage also increases body awareness, helps to maintain posture, shortens recovery time after working out, relieves stress, and helps to prevent injury. 

We have had great success using massage therapy in conjunction with our manual therapy techniques. We can also offer you massage after your physical therapy treatment is complete, whether it be area specific or a relaxing, full body Swedish massage, for continued body health and just because it feels good.

Our massage therapists and physical therapists work together to address tight and dysfunctional muscles and will work together to form a program designed specifically for the individual needs and conditions. Incorporating massage therapy with physical therapy helps to lessen pain and shorten recovery time for the patients.

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2418 East Bridge Street
Brighton, CO 80601
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(303) 655-8698
Mon - Thurs 7am to 7pm
Friday 7am to 4:30pm
Saturday 7am to 12pm
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