5280 Denver Mile High Magazine recently mentioned our expanded space and new gadgets. We are thankful to have support from 5280 Denver Mile High Magazine on our newly expanded sports recovery center. We offer services to both average athletes and professional athletes. Our expanded space is now 3,600 square feet. We have helped sports stars from the World’s Strongest Man to multiple Denver Broncos players. Some of our most recent clients include former Bronco player Malik Jackson and local UFC fighter Brandon “Rukus” Thatch. In addition to the expansion we also added new machines, training tables, treatment rooms and a reception area with a retail space. If you aren’t familiar with Denver Sports Recovery Center, some of the services we offer include:Read More
- Laser therapy
- Sports massage
- Muscle activation
- NeuraPerformance (concussion and brain therapy)
- Onus iV Hydration (IV treatment)
- Invincible LLC (physical therapy)
In July we expanded our athletic center in Highland and added new machines. We are thankful to have received support from online publication Denverite who mentioned our newly expanded sports recovery center at 2242 W. 29th Ave. in Denver Colorado. We spent more than $150,000 to double the space of our facility to 3,600 square feet. After maxing out our old space and feeling like we were working on top of each other we knew it was time to expand. We are thankful to have grown to more than 200 members since opening in 2012. At Denver Sports Recovery we teach people about “active recovering”. Our sports recovery center works with athletes of all types on stretching and using the newest technology to help athletes recover. Memberships range in price from $89-$199. Each of our memberships include unlimited access to:Read More
- Hot/cold tub
- Infrared sauna
- All recovery tools
- Discounted rates with our specialists
- NeuraPerformance which offers custom brain based programs for performance and brain health.
- Onus iV Hydration which offers all the benefits of an IV without having to go to a hospital.
Click here to check out the recent Fitness Tips article by William Porter from the Denver Post. Triathlete Sarah Bay in the cool tub at Denver Sports Recovery, a training facility that works with athletes to aid in their recovery from workouts and competition. Bay visits Denver Sports Recovery three to four times a week. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post)Read More