Avoid Surgery with Spinal Rehabilitation

Spinal rehabilitation combines the best of western medicine, physical therapy, and chiropractic, and incorporates rehabilitation equipment not found elsewhere in the state of Colorado. With it, we are able to treat serious spine-related problems such as scoliosis or disc lesions, or simply lower back pain. Our spinal rehabilitation program can eliminate the need for surgery […]

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Is There a Danger in Being Too Flexible?

What is hypermobility? Is it really possible to be too flexible? Flexibility is defined as the range of motion of your joints and the elasticity of your muscles and connective tissues. Muscles and connective tissues are malleable and can lengthen and become more flexible when you stretch regularly. Hypermobility is when joints easily move beyond […]

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Patellar Tendonitis and the Power of Stem Cell Therapy

Suffering from the pain of patellar tendonitis? Wondering what to do about it? We can help! Overuse problems or malalignment of the knee structures can lead to irritation, strain, and/or injury.  These problems/injuries manifest with pain, weakness, and swelling of the knee joint. Patellar tendonitis (also known as jumper’s knee) is a common overuse condition […]

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How You Benefit from Whole Body Vibration Therapy

When injuries leave you waiting-out a prolonged recovery process, whole body vibration therapy could help.  According to the clinical research completed by the Rehabilitation Sciences Research Centre, vibration increases blood flow throughout the body, which accelerates healing.  The providers at Spine Correction Center of the Rockies utilize imaging tools to ensure your vibration treatment is [...

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It’s Allergy Season, Are You Ready?

Allergy season is knocking at your door, are you prepared? Not sure? We can help you ascertain both your needs and effective treatment options. At Spine Correction Center of the Rockies we believe it is critical to treat the body as a whole system. Inflammation can exaggerate and intensify pain experienced in the body. It […]

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How Can You Benefit from Integrated Physical Medicine?

What is integrated physical medicine and how do you benefit from it? An integrated physical medicine model combines the benefits of physical therapy with fitness and health and wellness programs so that you get what you need–all under one roof. Our team brings together the expertise of medical doctors, nurse practitioners and manual therapists to […]

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What are the Benefits of Trigger Point Therapy?

Trigger point therapy can rid your body of unexplained pain you may be experiencing at sore or tender spots. Your neck or back may be filled with painful muscle “knots”, called “trigger points”, that surface when a portion of the muscle contracts tightly or goes in a spasm. The latest research indicates that there may […]

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How Can Joint Injections Treat Your Chronic Pain?

Joint injections are a common treatment method for helping relieve chronic pain safely and efficiently.  Pain that emanates from your joints, nerves, spine, and muscles can suddenly make everything difficult. Our team at Spine Correction Center of the Rockies can relieve your pain and restore your mobility in a matter of hours with our anti-inflammatory […]

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Don’t Fall Victim of Arthritis

Statistics show that about half of the population will deal with minor arthritis at some point in their life. 1 out of 5 adults in the U.S. have been diagnosed with one of the 100 forms of the condition. However, you can work to prevent or minimize joint damage. Minimize repetitive exercises/movements and make sure […]

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The Chiropractic Care and Immune System Connection

What does chiropractic care have to do with your immune system? More than you would think! When you think about your nervous system, it is important to recognize that it is one of the busiest systems in your body. It  regulates your brain, spinal cord and nerve activities while ensuring that chemical reactions between endocrine […]

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