What Is Athletic Recovery?
Athletic recovery is a group of services provided that can speed up recovery after a physical game or challenging workout. It will help keep athletes fresh during the grind of their sport season so they'll be ready to perform to the best of their ability for their upcoming games and practices.
Who Is Athletic Recovery For?
All athletes that need to stay fresh and energized for their sport so they can compete at the highest level. Athletes who want their body performing at its best for their next training session or event. This will also help runners, 5k to marathon participants and cyclists as they prepare for their next challenge.
What Are The Benefits Of Athletic Recovery?
Each service we provide helps remove lactic acid build-up, releases tight muscles, increases mobility, improves circulation and decreases swelling. With these services every athlete will be able to move better, recover faster, be more explosive, and feel more rejuvenated for upcoming practices, games and events. Our goal is to have each athlete feeling 100% for their sport so they can perform to the best of their ability.
What Conditions Does Athletic Recovery Treat?
Athletic recovery treats the following conditions:
- Muscle soreness
- Sports rehab
- Aches and pains
This service also treats additional conditions. If you have any questions regarding what conditions are treated or any questions pertaining to this service please feel free to call us or use the live chat option on our site.
What You Need to Know
- Athletic stretching: $20 for 15 minutes
- Game ready: $10 for 10 minutes
- Elevated legs compression: $15 for 15 minutes
- Kinesiotape: $10 per area
- IASTM: $10 for 10 minutes
- Athletic Dry Needling Evaluation: $60
- Athletic Dry Needling Session: $40
- Sports Massage: $25 for 15 minutes or $35 for 30 minutes
- Cold Laser: $10 for 10 minutes
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