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Old Injuries Get Old...

Injuries acquired during our youth, whether through our own actions or otherwise, can have a lasting impact on our physical fitness, potentially leading to complications and unexpected aches as we age.


At Mile High Sports Chiropractic, our mission is to provide you with the knowledge and understanding necessary to navigate the intricate relationship between past injuries and your current health. We are here to empower you with the facts and solutions you need to address these issues effectively and live a pain-free active lifestyle.

Our advanced techniques out of Italy are employed to reduce pain, increase range-of-motion, and release tension.  This allows us to significantly reduce or eliminate pain from a primary complaint in much fewer visits, and often permanently! 

Dr. Matt treating smiliing patient with elbow

You can have

  • Increased Range of Motion

  • Decreased Pain

  • Relief from Pinched Nerves 

Is Your Body Limiting What You Can Do In Life?

Painful Movements
Limitations in Exercise
Back/Neck Stiffness

Prior injuries, repetitive imbalanced postures, and trauma all cause the fluids between our fascia to become restricted.  This leads to a pulling on the receptors that set the tone of the muscles nearby.  If this tone becomes too great it can lead to too much tension, decreased range-of-motion, and/or pain.  This tension can travel across the body causing compensations all along the related lines of tension.

At Mile High Sports Chiropractic, we use advanced techniques out of Italy employed to reduce pain, increase range-of-motion, and release tension.  This allows us to significantly reduce or eliminate pain from a primary complaint in much fewer visits, and often permanently! 

Our goal is to avoid unnecessary surgeries and injections to get you moving again the way you enjoy.  We treat many different athletes, active weekend warriors, and those that just need to keep moving without pain.

What does this mean for you?

  • Less time warming up prior to exercise

  • Fewer aches and pains

  • More mobility

Increased lubrication between tissues to improve the sliding and gliding on muscles, resulting in less pain and more mobility.

What Our Clients Say

Dr. Matt using shockwave on a patient's forearm
"Matt is amazing and a wealth of knowledge. We worked together on a facia treatment to prepare for my upcoming Ironman training, and I haven't run into any of the pain or tightness that I have in the past. Matt takes the time to explain how things are connected and the process in which he's going to release each of the points that he's working on. I highly recommend Matt and his practice to everyone."
- Jason Morales

Prior injuries, movement and postural patterns, as well as traumas are evaluated to see if your pain was caused by a trauma, repetitive/overuse, or compensations from either or both.  This can sometimes be across or distant from the pain but allows us to take care of the pain as well as the root cause.  Doing so leads to long lasting and often permanent results from injuries sometimes greater than 30 years old!

  • Ankle sprains 

  • Arthritis

  • Back pain 

  • Bursitis

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Chronic pain

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

  • Degenerative Joint Disease

  • Elbow pain

  • Hand pain

  • Migraines/Headaches 

  • Neck pain

  • Shoulder pain/restrictions

  • Tendonitis

  • Sciatica

  • Whiplash

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do you take Insurance?
    Unfortunately not, but we do take an HSA. Because most insurances only reimburses for about 8 minutes of care, and because of the specialized nature of our care offerings, we see patients for much longer than 8 minutes.

  2. How long are your sessions?
    The first visit is one hour.  Follow up visits are determined by the outcome of the first visit.  We often see full resolvement of a primary complaint in 1-3 visits.

  3. Will the session be painful?
    Releasing chemical bonds that have often been there for years is not always easy and the treatment can be uncomfortable to painful.  It is temporary and stops at any time if necessary.

  4. Should I take something for the pain before I arrive? 
    No. We will create some inflammation at various points along the body and do not want to change the natural healing effects as it could reduce the long-term effectiveness of the treatment.

  5. What is Fascia? 
    Fascia consists of multiple collagen sheets separated by a fluid, called extracellular matrix, acting as a lubricant.  It surrounds every fiber of a muscle as well as the connection between muscles.  It also surrounds and suspends our organs, nerves, and vessels.  

  6. This is a Chiropractic clinic, do you adjust? 
    Since joints cannot get stuck in space without an outside force like restricted tissues, we address the tissues first.  If the joint is still restricted after treating the tissues an adjustment may be added to get full range-of-motion or to reduce pain.  It is case-by-case dependent.

  7. What is expected after treatment? 
    Points that we work may be tender to the touch for 3-4 days.  Specific stretches and/or exercises may be prescribed to help this.  Ice is not recommended during the healing phase, heat can be used if pain is still present after initial 48 hours post treatment.  Anti-inflammatories are not recommended as we want the tissues to heal.

Dr. Matt looking at camera while treating a patient's back with forearm

Is Your Body Ready?

Don't let restrictions, prior injuries, repetitive overuse, or postural patterns limit the movements your body can perform. Schedule your first appointment with us today to see how we help our patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and get them moving again! 

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