Our Techniques

There are a number of ways to treat your pain but here at Colorado Muscle & Joint Clinic there a few that we believe strongly in and perform regularly.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release


Myofascial Release/Sport Specific Manual Therapy movement based soft tissue treatment technique. It helps in the treatment of muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves. This is very effective in helping with headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, hand and foot pain, knee pain and elbow pain.

Muscle Scraping

muscle scraping


Muscle Scraping is an Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue technique in which a metal tool is used to scrape along the muscles. This treatment method primarily improves mobility and reduces localized pain by promoting blood flow to the area and desensitizing the painful area.

Kinesio Tape

injury treatment


Kinesio Tape (KT) is used to help facilitate stability to the muscles and joints by giving sensory cues as the person moves. This helps the individual feel more stable during certain movements and can reduce pain during certain movements.

Neuromuscular Rehabilitation

Neuromuscular Rehabilitation


Neuromuscular Rehabilitation is a unique and functional hands-on method of training stability and movement of the body. These principles can be applied to any sport and focuses on proper muscle and joint function and balance.

Spinal Manipulation

back pain treatment


Spinal manipulation is also referred to as the “adjustment” and it can be very effective in the treatment of neck, mid-back, and low back pain. The mechanoreceptors around the spinal joints send signals to the brain to help reduce pain/tightness and help improve range of motion at and around those joints.

Trigger Point Therapy

trigger point treatment

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger point therapy is a physical therapy technique that involves massaging and stretching certain areas of the body in order to release muscle tension and pain.

Dry Needling

dry needling treatment

Dry Needling

Dry needling is similar to trigger point therapy in that it targets certain areas of the body that are tense and causing pain. The major difference between the two techniques is that fine needles are used to target these trigger points, not deep tissue massage.