Overcome your sports injury with improved balance and range of motion!
We know how agonizing it can be for an athlete to struggle with an injury. When all you want is to get out there and compete, sitting on the sideline is a terrible feeling. For this reason, we at Peak are dedicated to working with athletes to facilitate their recovery process.
Athletes looking for an interactive experience will be more than satisfied with our sports injury massage. Unlike our therapeutic and deep tissue treatments, this type of massage requires active participation from our clients. We lead our clients in many different exercises designed to help the body heal.
We’ve helped many athletes from a variety of different sports achieve greatness.
It doesn’t matter if you’re an amateur jogger or a professional football player. We have the skills and know-how to heal and develop any athletic body.
We are also willing to help you meet and exceed your athletic goals. We understand that most athletes don’t just want to recover; they want to improve their skills while they heal. That’s why we’ve developed techniques that not only release the tension in wounded muscles but also improve a person’s balance and range of motion in the process.
We tailor our sports injury treatments to the specific needs of each athlete.
A typical sports injury massage begins with a five-minute conference between the athlete and one of our massage therapists. During this conference, the athlete gets an opportunity to give the therapist an update on his or her injury. They will also discuss the athlete’s specific goals for improvement. This conference is crucial because it will set the tone for the rest of the massage.
The therapist then structures the massage based on the information the athlete shares during the conference. Each sports massage features exercises specifically designed to both help the athlete heal and enhance his or her athleticism.
Once the massage is over, the therapist and athlete have another five-minute conference to discuss how the session went. The therapist evaluates the progress the athlete has made and gives helpful tips on things to work on until their next appointment.
How long a sports injury massage lasts is up to the athlete. We offer five different appointment lengths to cater to even the busiest schedule: 15 minutes, 30 minutes, one hour, 90 minutes, or two hours. Call us today, and we’ll help you find a time that works for you.