Chiropractic Support Services
Complimenting Chiropractic Care for 23 Years
Entering or 23rd
year of business, it is the goal of the Colorado Center for Physical Therapy to remain on the leading edge in the areas of
neuromuscular therapy, neuromuscular re-education, and core strength and conditioning. We consider it our duty as specialized health
professionals to keep up with the most effective rehabilitation techniques through continuing education, and to skillfully apply
what we learn for the best clinical outcome. We have educated ourselves in the basic principals of chiropractic care and
understand its place in rehabilitation and the healing process.
Our Chiropractic Connection
The deep tissue work that we apply is based on the pioneering work of the late doctors Raymond Nimmo, D.C. and Janet Travell, Md. As you may be aware,
Dr. Nimmo's approach was called the Receptor Tonus Method which he used as a highly effective adjunct to manipulation. This
neuromuscular application has evolved to be the most specific deep tissue therapy available today and can also enhance the
effectiveness of virtually all injury rehabilitation approaches.
In addition to neuromuscular therapy, we also give detailed instruction in the area of repatterning exercise (neuromuscular
re-education) to restore graceful movement and improve sensory perception. We specialize in core strengthening applications to
promote a stable spine and a person's improved ability to hold adjustments. We also offer a variety of core strengthening and
fitness classes through our affiliate,
Motion On Mainstreet
We have had great success combining our special blend of physical therapy with chiropractic care.
What We Emphasize to our Chiropractor Referred Patients:
Your Doctor of Chiropractic is recommending the services of the Colorado Center for Physical
Therapy (CCPT) to you. Like your doctor, the staff at CCPT recognize the value of combining chiropractic care with deep tissue
neuromuscular therapy and core spinal stabilization. This combination will improve your ability to hold chiropractic
adjustments, improve your posture, flexibility, movement patterns and strength.
It will be very important for you to keep regular chiropractic visits while staying consistent with your physical therapy appointments. This will allow for the best possible recovery and clinical outcome.
The Colorado Center for Physical Therapy Staff