After months of training, many of you are putting your hard work to the test by participating in runs, rides, triathlons, and Ironman competitions throughout Colorado this summer. Because of the extreme training these events require, it is not uncommon for the athletes to suffer from a broad range of injuries.
For events such as the Boulder 70.3 Half-Ironman, I advocate the use of chiropracticcare to aid not only in treating and preventing injuries, but also to improve performance by offering the possibility of enhanced finishing times and a greater likelihood of athletes finishing events.
A sucessful treatment I use on many of my patients is Active Release Technique, which is a form of soft tissue treatment based on an advanced movement massage system. It is extremely effective in locating and treating the cause of soft tissue conditions.
Unlike most treatments, it is very common that injured athletes who receive the Active Release Technique show signs of improvement in just a few sessions. For those who are looking to invest in preventive treatment, improvement in performance is also achieved in the span of a few sessions.
Every body is different. If you have questions about the Active Release Technique or whether it is an appropriate choice for your specific situation, please don’t hesitate to call 303.758.1100, email, or discuss the treatment with me during your next visit to Denver Sports and Family Chiropractic Center.
Best of luck!
The office of Dr. Carly May
Upcoming Races in Colorado
Dr. Carly May is gearing up for the Denver Century Ride!
6.7.14 -- Crescent Moon Tri
6.7.14 -- Boulder Sunrise Tri, Du, Run
6.14.14 -- Denver Century Ride
6.15.14 -- Ironman 70.3 Boulder
6.21.14 -- Lookout Mountain Tri
6.28.14 -- Loveland Lake to Lake Tri and Du
6.29.14 -- Tri the Boat Half Iron and Tri