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What Mile High Sports Chiropractic Patients say about us!

Chiropractic Testimonials

Chiropractic Testimonials

Chiropractic Testimonials
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Pain-free shoulders with full mobility

Pain-free shoulders with full mobility

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A few of the conditions we treat

  • Ankle sprains 

  • Arthritis

  • Back pain 

  • Bursitis

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Chronic pain

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

  • Degenerative Joint Disease

  • Elbow pain

  • Hand pain

  • Headaches 

  • Hip pain

  • IT band syndrome

  • Joint pain

  • Knee pain 

  • Migraine headaches

  • Neck pain 

  • Osgood Schlatter Disease

  • Osteoarthritis 

  • Neck pain

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Rotator cuff tendinitis 

  • Sciatica 

  • Scoliosis 

  • Shoulder pain 

  • Spondylolisthesis

  • Sports injuries 

  • Tendonitis 

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 

  • Whiplash

  • Wrist pain

Chiropractic Services Provided

Not every patient we serve is a professional athlete. We also help office workers, one-shoulder strap bag wearers, and any individual who is in need of guidance in addressing their pain and structural dysfunction. Whether you are trying to just keep up with your kids, improve over health by moving more, or have been dealing with chronic pain your entire life without any significant resolution, we have your back(literally). It is our primary goal to address your issues in the fastest and safest way possible to set you up for success to live your life to the fullest.

We offer Shockwave Therapy to breakup long-lasting injuries as well as Iron Neck training to combat neck pain and correct posture.  We correct imbalances in the musculoskeletal system to reduce pain and increase mobility.

What is Fascia?

Fascia has taken on many definitions throughout the years but has more or less been defined as layers of tissues that cover the muscles and flow throughout the body. Fascia, as we will define here, is a soft tissue that structures itself in many different ways depending on its environment and is found throughout the entire body at all depths. We will also include tendons, ligaments and even the outside layer of the bone(periosteum) with its associated “transition zone” - the area between the periosteum of the bone and its corresponding tendon/ligament attachments, in our list of Fascial elements.

Why is this tissue important? There are many reasons, however, we will only be discussing two of them.

Reason #1:  Fascia is a sensory rich organ 

To explain the sensory element of the fascia, I am going to quote Dr. Robert Schleip from “Fascia as an Organ of Communication”

“It is now recognized that fascial network is one of our richest sensory organs. The surface area of this network is endowed with millions of endomysial sacs and other membranous pockets with a total surface area that by far surpasses that of the skin or any other body tissues. A myriad of tiny unmyelinated ‘free’ nerve endings are found almost everywhere in fascial tissues, but particularly in periosteum, in endomysial and perimysial layers, and in visceral connective tissues. If we include these smaller fascial nerve endings in our calculation, then the amount of fascial receptors may possibly be equal or even superior to that of the retina, so far considered as the richest sensory human organ. However, for the sensorial relationship with our own body – whether it consists of pure proprioception, nociception or the more visceral interoception – fascia provides definitely our most important perceptual organ.” 

If you are experiencing the result of any abnormal sensory input - pain,  discomfort, loss of stability, etc., your fascia is likely involved in some way. 

Abnormal fascial movement

Normal fascial movement

Reason #2: Fascial restrictions can significantly limit range of motion and function


The easiest way to understand how fascial structures can 

limit your mobility and range of motion is by understanding the concept of biotensegrity.

Biotensegrity, a term coined by Dr. Stephen Levin, is the application of tensegrity principles to biological structures. Biological structures such as muscles, bones, fascia, ligaments and tendons, or rigid and elastic cell membranes, are made strong by the unison of tensioned and compressed parts.

In this model, the solid rods represent bones, the elastic bands represent the fascia, and my hands represent the force produced by muscles. As the muscles intentionally moves a bone, Fascial structures attached to that bone will then apply tension on other bones and Fascial elements. This is all normal physiology. A problem arises when you have restrictions in Fascial structures, which then limit how the structures around it are able to function and move. 

What does all of this mean for the athlete? If you are not addressing your pain and dysfunction by assessing your specific Fascial pain presentations and having them treated directly, then you are leaving a mountain of performance potential on the table. DO NOT guess and check when it comes to your performance. Click here to begin unveiling your full performance potential. 

Mile High Sports Chiropractic specializes in assessment and treatment of fascial abnormalities. Understanding how pain/dysfunction is presented allows for our patients to achieve amazing results in significantly less visits. Visit us in Cherry Creek today!

(720) 600-6242

90 Madison Street, Suite 705

Denver, CO 80206


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