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Hi Denver BTers!

I have been sidelined for almost 6 months now with an assortment of injuries- mostly hip bursitis and shoulder tendonitis.  I'm pretty sure I have some mechanical imbalances that are behind this.  I've had myofascial release in the past for injuries that has been very helpful (if painful!).  I've tried a few options here so far- an ART therapist that was too quick and distracted (a chiropractor), and a myofascial release therapist that used almost no pressure (at least for me, it's the painful deep manipulation that seems to help!).  I'm looking for someone who works with or without a chiropractor, and who can do focused deep tissue massage to get the kinks out.  I'm in southeast Denver so something slightly near there would be helpful.

 

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2013-06-28 1:44 PM
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Susan Fouts, CMT. Core Balance Massage.  720-560-8404.  Her office is at Dry Creek/Holly area.  National champion open water swimmer.  I see her for shoulder work as she's really knowledgeable.  

Natalie, CMT.  Kesner Chiropractic.  303-683-3377.  Broadway/Highlands Ranch Parkway.  I've recently seen her a lot on recommendation from other triathletes.  She's helped a ton with knee pain I've been having.  She works with a lot of triathletes and is very intense.  You'll see bruises but she is very good and knowledgeable as well.

Tyler Fowler, Physical Dimensions Chiropractic and Sports Medicine.  303-925-1050.  Yosemite, south of C470 area.  He is a chiro with a ton of sports med background.  They also have a PT in the office as well.  He's great at figuring out the root problem, rather than just treating the symptoms.  He also does Graston technique, which can help a lot of muscle related ailments. 

2013-06-29 9:24 AM
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Thank you! I just made an appointment with the chiropractor at. The Steadman clinic on Belleview- I will keep these names handy in case...
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