At Colorado Sports Chiropractic, joints of the spine and extremities are adjusted to improve mobility, reduce capsular restrictions, alleviate pain, and limit further wear and tear.
Maintaining optimal alignment is important in sports performance, posture, and all activities of daily life.
Active Release Techniques (ART®)
The Gold Standard In Soft Tissue Health Care
ART® is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.
ART® is highly effective in treating and alleviating headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, tennis elbow and more.
Functional Movement Screening
Fundamental movement patterns can be assessed to determine the likelihood of injury, identify mobility and/or strength deficits to help prevent injury and maximize training benefits.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
Utilization of patented stainless steel instruments that help locate and treat muscular adhesions, fibrotic tissues, and scar tissues.
A High Standard of Care
A movement friendly and rehabilitative taping technique designed to assist the healing process, provide support and stability to muscles and joints where needed. Taping can help prolong the effects of other in office treatments.
Facial Abrasion Technique (FAT)
Ultra Light IASTM Methods
Ideal for extremely stiff tissues, pre-competition, and those that bruise easily. Ultra light myo-fascial work that helps improve bloodflow, range of motion, and decreases stiffness without bruising.
Normatec Compression Recovery Session
Corrective exercises are carefully selected to target the problematic movements and designed to lengthen, strengthen, or improve movement patterns to help improve performance in sport and daily life.
Pneumatic compression utilized to improve local and systemic blood flow to reduce the time between training bouts and accelerate healing.
Recover, relax, perform
30, 60, or 90-minute deep tissue sessions designed to reduce muscular tension, adhesions, improve blood flow and recovery.
John Minen, DC, CCSP, MS
Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (CCSP®) by the American Board of Sports Physicians
Active Release Techniques (ART®) Certified Provider
Graston® Technique Certified Provider
FAKTR®, and Facial Abrasion Techinqiue® Provider
Functional Movement System (FMS) Practitioner
Kinesio-taping methods (Rocktape® and Synergy Tape®)
Team Chiropractor for Life University Athletics 2016
Over 1 Year Experience working at Georgia Sports Chiropractic with the US Track and Field Olympic Team Providers for 2012 and 2016
Volunteer Provider for the Nitro Circus 2017
Experience with Olympic Track and Field Athletes 2015, 2016
Bachelors in Kinesiology/Sports Medicine University of Virginia in 2011
Life University Sports Chiropractic Club President from 2010 to 2013
Cum Laude Life University Chiropractics 2015
Summa Cum Laude - Master’s in Sports Health Science - Life University 2016
Dr. Minen competed in the 2011 US Track & Field Championship in the men's 1500m and qualified in the 2012 US Olympic Trials. He still enjoys running and competing in various race distances as well as cycling, hiking, snowboarding, rock climbing, and throwing the Frisbee with his dog, Linus.
Sarah Ceschin, PT, DPT
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Wisconsin
Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree at the University of Wisconsin
Level 1 Functional Dry Needling through Kineticore
Vestibular and Balance Disorders including Post-Concussion Syndrome
Certificate in Strength and Conditioning through UW-Milwaukee 2014
Soft tissue mobilization and manipulation including IASTM
Gait and Running Analysis
Experience working with athletes at the high school, college, and semi-professional level at the Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Institute
Experience working with athletes and non-athletes with neurologic disorders
When she is not watching the Packers, Sarah enjoys exploring the beautiful mountain trails through running, hiking, or biking with friends. She has completed half-marathons, marathons, ultra-marathons and hopes to one day complete a triathlon as she continues to practice an active lifestyle. That said, Sarah also treasures moments of relaxation where you can find her listening to music, reading a book, playing with her dog, cooking, or watching her favorite shows on Netflix.
Aaron Lange, LMT
Kaitie Davis, LMT, CPT
Byron Wickenheiser, LMT
Hand picked to be the best sports massage therapy team in Colorado. Each Therapist has an extensive amount of knowledge in anatomy and orthopedic injuries and will help assist in keeping you moving at your best.
We are located in the 1440 building on the 28th frontage street just east of the Millennium Hotel. There is plenty of complementary parking around the building. The building is only one story and is handicapped accessible.
Colorado Sports Chiropractic
1440 28th Street, Suite 2
Boulder, CO 80303