Denver Whiplash Chiropractor

Denver Whiplash Chiropractor

Whiplash is a commonly used term for a neck sprain and strain injury caused from a rear-end automobile collision. Dr. Williams at Performance Sports Medical Center is an experienced Denver Whiplash Chiropractor. When struck from behind, a force travels through the vehicle and through the body.

Knee Pain Relief in Denver

Knee Pain Relief in Denver

Knee pain relief in Denver. Knee pain is one of the most commonly treated orthopedic ailments. Our knees are subject to a tremendous amount of weight-bearing forces. These forces are best handled in a straight forward to backward motion. This is the primary motion the knee joint was designed for.

Low Back Pain Relief

Low Back Pain Relief Denver

Low Back pain is one of the most common ailments afflicting society today. In the United States alone, back pain accounts for more than 7,000,000 new cases and 250,000 surgeries each year. In fact, nearly all of us will experience some degree of back pain at least once in our lifetime.

BioTE Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormone Replacment Therapy in Denver

We’re proud to introduce Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, or BHRT, to our suite of available treatments. If you suffer from exhaustion, weight gain, sleep disturbances, low T, anxiety or depression, hot flashes, or other symptoms, you may be experiencing a hormonal imbalance.

Lateral Knees Pain – IT Band Syndrome

Sports injured knee

It’s one of the most common injuries in runners: Iliotibial Band Syndrome (IT Band Syndrome), or ITBS, is a tightness or inflammation of the iliotibial ligament that runs from the hip to the shin. The ligament attaches to the knee and helps to stabilize it, and for people with ITBS, moving it is painful.

RockTape: Promoting Healing by Taking Pain Out of the Equation

RockTape, turns down the volume on pain. More specifically, it runs interference on pain. Ever whack your shin,rub the injury and suddenly realize you feel better? When properly placed on the skin, RockTape interferes with painful signals directed toward the brain, helping you place your focus less on the injury and more on where it truly belongs: the healing process.