Do You Have Back Pain?
Do you have back pain? You might be feeling it in your upper back (thoracic spine). Or maybe it’s in the lower back (lumbar spine) or SI joint. Perhaps a little of both? This painful symptom can make it challenging to function in your sport or just get through the day.
Massage Therapy Can Help!
At Boulder Therapeutics, we understand that your back pain can be extremely painful and mentally challenging…and we’re here to help! Our massage therapists are skilled in injury rehab and pain relief.
Causes of Back Pain
Back pain can be caused from a combination of many different things: from tight muscles of the back, hips, pelvis or chest…to weakness in the core or spinal muscles… to decreased range of motion in your hips, shoulders, spine or pelvis. You may even have a herniated (bulging) disc and be feeling numbness or electrical sensations down into your hip or leg.
Why Choose Boulder Therapeutics?
We can help you! We’ll review your posture and help assess the actual cause of your pain because it’s likely that your back pain has been slowly building over time. We will also explain when to use ice or heat and will provide stretches & recommendations to help get you feeling better.
Our trained therapists will provide the right treatment for you, whether it’s myofascial release, trigger point therapy, a series of muscle energy techniques or active stretching & release.
Contact us for Relief
In addition to working with many local athletes & professional sports teams since 1999, the staff at Boulder Therapeutics works in conjunction with doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists and other health care professionals to provide our clients with the highest level of care possible. We have treated everything from pulled muscles, whiplash and joint pain to scoliosis, carpal tunnel syndrome and severe nerve pain.
Read the Research: Massage Therapy helps reduce Lower Back Pain
Read our blog article Massage Therapy Reduces Low-Back Pain. Patients receiving massage were twice as likely as those receiving usual care to report significant improvements in both their pain and function.