Functional Sports Recovery

At Littleton Massage and Sports Recovery, we provide athletes and individuals of all ages with the sports recovery techniques they need to stay active. Our sports recovery specialist helps our clients feel their best before, during, and after partaking in their activities of choice through a carefully curated sports recovery plan. Our biggest goal? To help athletes and active people, at any level, reduce bodily pain, prevent injuries, optimize mobility and flexibility, and above all, increase their performance. We offer a variety of sports recovery modalities, such as trigger point therapy, myofascial release, PNF stretching, infrared sauna, and teen sports therapy, to make that happen.

Trigger Point Therapy

A type of sports recovery that focuses on specific areas of the body that are causing pain or discomfort. This type of modality helps to reduce pain and improve mobility by targeting the source of the pain with foam rollers, balls, and other equipment. Our sports recovery specialist uses a combination of pressure and stretching to help relieve tension, provide pain relief, improve circulation, and more.

Myofascial Release

A technique that focuses on releasing tension in the muscles and fascia. This type of modality helps to reduce pain and improve mobility by releasing the tension in the muscles and fascia.

PNF Stretching

Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, or PNF stretching, is a type of deep stretching used to increase range of motion, improve muscular strength, and reduce risk of injury. It’s a must for developing stronger overall athletic performance.

Detox Infrared Sauna

A type of heat therapy that directly heats your body through infrared heaters in order to promote relaxation, soothe sore muscles, strengthen your heart health, assist with weight loss, detox, and more. The sauna is heated to your comfort level.

Teen Sports Therapy

A kind of sports recovery specifically for teen athletes. Sessions are designed to help increase their endurance, prevent serious injuries, and reduce Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) pain.

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