Whether you’re looking for relief of chronic pain, treatment of acute injuries, performance or preventative care,
we're here to help.
Evergreen Spine and Sports Medicine is the premier multidisciplinary sports medicine clinic in Evergreen, CO. Our clinic includes chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, and nutritional therapy.
WHO WE ARE
We are a chiropractic and wellness center located in Evergreen, Colorado that specializes in sports injuries and rehabilitation. Our focus is on getting our patients better quickly and helping them reach their performance goals. We pride ourselves in educating our patients in order to avoid re-injury. We offer relief for musculoskeletal disorders including but not limited to back pain, neck pain, headaches, shoulder pain, knee pain, foot pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, rotator cuff injuries, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, runners knee, IT band syndrome, plantar fasciitis, and much more.
TREATING THE CAUSE VS. TREATING THE PAIN
Your symptoms tell us a lot about your injury. Where does it hurt? When does it hurt? How bad does it hurt?
However, in order to truly treat your injury we need to treat more than just your symptoms. Chiropractic sports medicine teaches us to look at the whole body and the biomechanics which lead to the injury. We figure out why the injury occurred and work with the patient to correct the cause. Many factors can lead to injury including proper equipment, proper training, prior injury, muscle imbalance, joint fixations, and even psychological factors. Our job is to treat the pain and find the root of the problem.
WHAT WE DO
We utilize advanced therapy techniques with proven efficacy including Active Release Technique™, kinesiology taping, chiropractic adjusting, rehabilitation exercises, and home exercise/stretching protocols. We also have extensive experience treating injuries related to motor vehicle accidents and worker's comp. Every patient that walks in our door is examined and a treatment plan is developed based on their individual needs. We may see our patients several times for acute injuries, one or two times for minor aches and pains, or put them on a wellness plan to optimize performance, reduce re-injury and maintain good health.