Revitalize Athletics

Revitalize Athletics

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We are a mobile Physical Therapy service that rehabilitates motivated outdoor enthusiasts to achieve optimal, pain free physical performance in order to revitalize and sustain an adventurous lifestyle in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado.


It’s reviews like these that make my day 🥰 I love being able to play a crucial role in getting my clients not only out of pain, but back to doing what they love to do 🏃🏽‍♀️ Way to kick butt, Mary!

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 01/04/2024

🥾 Spring is here and hiking season is rapidly approaching! 🌿

Every year we treat people with injuries from early-season hiking, and it’s usually because they did too much, too fast! Hiking is a highly repetitive action, so it is essential to properly prepare for your time back out on the trails. Check out these tips!

Stay tuned for more details on hiking-specific exercises to perform to prevent injury this season!

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 19/02/2024

🚨 New partnership!🚨

We’re so excited to announce our new partnership with !

The Gallery Range & Restaurant is a state-of-the-art shooting facility featuring an Outdoor Retail Shop, Coffee Bar, Restaurant, and Lounge - the first of its kind in Colorado. Located near Colorado Mills Mall in Lakewood, they exist to provide the community with a superior range experience that is unique, welcoming, and above all, fun while maintaining the highest of safety standards.

They have tons of classes on firearm safety, shooting skills, defensive shooting, and even women-only classes of varying levels!

As a client at Revitalize Athletics, you can join The Gallery with 50% off the one-time Initiation Fee for any level . There are no contracts or long-term commitments, either. Feel free to reach out to us for your promo code today!


What an amazing and informative presentation on LinkedIn as a marketing and networking tool! Thank you for hosting!

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 08/02/2024

💤 Having trouble getting a good night’s sleep? 😴 Here are some tips to help you catch those Zzz’s:

1️⃣ Stick to a consistent sleep schedule: Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. This helps regulate your body’s internal clock.

2️⃣ Create a bedtime routine: Engage in activities that promote relaxation, such as reading a book, taking a warm bath, or practicing meditation. Avoid stimulating activities like using electronic devices before bed.

3️⃣ Make your sleep environment comfortable: Ensure your bedroom is dark, quiet, and at a comfortable temperature. Invest in a good mattress and pillows.

4️⃣ Limit caffeine and alcohol intake: Avoid consuming caffeine (coffee, tea, soda) and alcohol close to bedtime, as they can disrupt your sleep patterns.

5️⃣ Exercise regularly: Engaging in physical activity during the day can help you sleep better at night. Just make sure to avoid intense workouts close to bedtime.

6️⃣ Avoid heavy or large meals before bed: Eating a heavy meal before sleep can cause discomfort and make it harder to fall asleep. Opt for light snacks if you’re hungry.

7️⃣ Manage stress: Practice stress-reducing techniques like deep breathing, yoga, or journaling to relax your mind before bed.

Remember, a good night’s sleep is essential for overall health and well-being. Sweet dreams! 😴💤


✨Client Testimonial✨

We love sharing the successes of our clients! Thanks for the great review, Paul!


🤰🏽Do I need PT during pregnancy? What does perinatal PT look like?

A Physical Therapy assessment during the perinatal period is recommended for everyone in order to improve pain and optimize function in prep for labor and delivery! We like to see our clients at the turn of each trimester and at 32-36 weeks.

Perinatal PT can not only address perinatal pain, but can also help with breech, reduce the chances of pelvic organ prolapse and perineal tearing, and allow for a safer and quicker return to activity postpartum.

Feel free to reach out for a FREE 15-minute discovery call for more info! (303) 720-6294


Client Testimonial ✨

Reviews like this remind us why we do what we do! We couldn’t be more proud of you, Claire!


🎄🎅🎁 Merry Christmas and Happy new Year 🥳 Sending warm wishes and virtual hugs to each and every one of you. 🤗

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 18/12/2023

If you constantly feel the need to stretch, but get no relief, the solution is simple…
You don’t need to STRETCH, you need to STRENGTHEN 💪🏼
It may sound counterintuitive to work a muscle that’s already tight, but often tightness stems from your nervous system kicking on your muscles to stabilize an area that is weak or unstable. The nervous system needs to feel safe, and if you’re weak and have no stability, the nervous system won’t feel safe. In order to feel stable and safe, it will kick on your muscles to stabilize and protect an area from potential injury.
The only way to prove to your nervous system that you are safe, stable, and not at risk for injury, is to STRENGTHEN your muscles so they have the ability to stabilize and support properly.


Just a little something for our amazing clients. ‘Tis the season to spread holiday cheer! 🎄🎁

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 20/11/2023

💡Nutrition tips to get you through the Thanksgiving holiday 🦃
Thanksgiving is a great time to spend time with loved ones and…yes…INDULGE 🍽️ There’s absolutely nothing wrong with indulging a bit on this food-centered holiday, but if you are concerned about “losing” any progress you’ve made these last few months, here are a few tips that allow you to have your cake 🍰 AND eat it too 🤤:
🍳 Start your day with a healthy breakfast:
Although it’s tempting to fast until Thanksgiving dinner, try to begin your day with a balanced breakfast that includes protein, fiber, and healthy fats. This will help you feel more full and make better food choices later.
🍽️ Plan your plate: Mentally divide your plate into sections. Fill half of your plate with vegetables, one-quarter with lean protein (such as turkey), and one-quarter with your starches (like potatoes and stuffing). This will help you maintain a balanced meal.
🥦 Control portion sizes: Be mindful of portion sizes, especially when it comes to high-calorie dishes like stuffing, mashed potatoes, and desserts. Use smaller plates and serve yourself smaller portions to avoid overeating. You can always go back for more if you’re truly still hungry.
🍷 Limit high-calorie beverages: Be cautious of alcoholic beverages, as they can contribute to excess calorie intake. Opt for just 1-2 alcoholic beverages and other drinks such as water, tea/coffee, or bubble water the rest of the evening.
🧠 Practice mindful eating: Slow down and savor each bite. Pay attention to your body's hunger and fullness cues. This will help you enjoy your meal and prevent overeating.
🏃🏽‍♀️Stay active: Incorporate physical activity into your day, such as going for a walk before and/or after your meal. This can help aid digestion and prevent that sharp blood sugar spike we get after starchy meals.
🙏🏼 Focus on gratitude: Thanksgiving is not just about the food; it's also a time to express gratitude and spend quality time with loved ones. Shift your focus from solely food to the overall experience and the people you are sharing it with.

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 17/11/2023

At Revitalize Athletics, we believe that everyone deserves to live an active, healthy, and pain-free life. We are committed to helping YOU achieve your health and wellness goals! Whether it be rehabbing from an injury, preventing injury, optimizing performance, improving physique, or simply ensuring you are able to complete household chores and play with your kids. Contact us today to schedule an evaluation!


❓Are you looking to get back to skiing or snowboarding postpartum, but are unsure how? 🎿
I’m looking for 5 new moms to participate in a 6 WEEK TRANSFORMATION that is geared towards getting you back on the mountain this winter! ⛷️🏔️
This promo includes a FREE initial evaluation and 50% OFF the first 5 follow up visits (over a $500 value!).
Be one of the first 5 ladies to text “I’m Ready!” to (303) 720-6294 to redeem this offer! You don’t want to miss this opportunity!

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 09/11/2023

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a condition characterized by the involuntary leakage of urine during physical activities that put pressure on the bladder, such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercising. There are many causes, but some of the most common include:
1️⃣ Weak pelvic floor muscles: The pelvic floor muscles support the bladder and urethra. If these muscles become weak or damaged, they may not be able to properly control the flow of urine, leading to SUI.
2️⃣ Pregnancy and childbirth: The hormonal changes and increased pressure on the pelvic floor during pregnancy can weaken the muscles and tissues that support the bladder and urethra. Vaginal childbirth can also stretch or damage these structures, contributing to SUI.
3️⃣ Menopause: The decline in estrogen levels during menopause can lead to a loss of elasticity and strength in the tissues of the urinary tract, including the urethra and bladder, increasing the risk of SUI.
4️⃣ Obesity: Excess weight can put additional pressure on the bladder and pelvic floor muscles, increasing the likelihood of SUI.
5️⃣ Certain medical conditions: Conditions such as chronic urinary tract infections, neurological disorders, and connective tissue disorders can affect the nerves and muscles involved in bladder control, contributing to SUI.
6️⃣ Certain medications: Some medications, such as diuretics, sedatives, and alpha-blockers, can affect bladder function and increase the risk of SUI.
The best thing about SUI is that it’s TREATABLE with pelvic floor muscle training, avoiding consumption of bladder irritants, and bladder training.
If you struggle with SUI and are tired of leaking with exercise, laughing, and coughing, give us a call today to see how we can help! (303) 720-6294


Are you struggling with returning to exercise postpartum? 🏃🏽‍♀️
Do you leak urine with coughing, sneezing, laughing, or lifting? 🏋️‍♀️💦
Do you struggle with back pain or heaviness in your pelvis? 🤕
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, come join us for a FREE inservice to learn how to self-treat these common postpartum issues!
It will be held at Mama Jane Massage and Doula Services at 2201 Kipling St. , Lakewood, CO 80215 on Thursday, November 9th from 5-6pm.
We are so excited to be partnering with for this incredible event! Hope to see you there!


Have you ever voiced the following concerns to your medical provider:
“Why do I p*e when I run?” 🏃🏽‍♀️
“Why do I p*e every time I try to deadlift?” 🏋️‍♀️
“Why do I have heaviness in my pelvis?” ⚓️
“Why am I experiencing painful in*******se?”💕
“Why am I p*eing every 2 seconds?” ⏰
And how often does the response go something like this…
“That’s all normal. You just had a baby! It just takes time”.
While there’s SOME truth to that, these concerns that new moms have should NOT just be brushed under the rug! While these symptoms are COMMON after pregnancy and delivery, they are not NORMAL! You don’t have to live with these symptoms and you certainly don’t have to just “wait” for it to get better over time.
Be an active member of your health and take control of your symptoms today! Seeking an evaluation by a pelvic health PT can get you back to doing what you love quicker and with a more complete recovery! Call or text to schedule an evaluation today! (303) 720-6294

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 23/10/2023

Are you experiencing any of these common pelvic floor disorders?
Urinary incontinence: This refers to the involuntary leakage of urine. It can be caused by weakened or dysfunctional pelvic floor muscles, often resulting from pregnancy, childbirth, aging, or certain medical conditions.
Pelvic organ prolapse: This occurs when one or more pelvic organs, such as the bladder, uterus, or re**um, descend or protrude into the vaginal canal due to weakened pelvic floor muscles. It can cause symptoms like a sensation of pressure or heaviness in the pelvis, urinary or bowel issues, and discomfort during in*******se.
Pelvic pain: Chronic pelvic pain can be caused by various factors, including muscle tension or spasms in the pelvic floor muscles, nerve irritation, inflammation, or underlying medical conditions such as endometriosis or interstitial cystitis.
Dyspareunia: This refers to pain or discomfort during in*******se. It can be caused by pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, vaginal dryness, hormonal imbalances, or psychological factors.
F***l incontinence: This is the inability to control bowel movements, leading to involuntary leakage of stool. It can result from weakened pelvic floor muscles, nerve damage, or certain medical conditions.
Overactive bladder: This condition involves a sudden and frequent urge to urinate, often accompanied by urinary incontinence. It can be caused by an overactive detrusor muscle in the bladder or dysfunction in the pelvic floor muscles
These disorders can negatively affect quality of life. But the best part is…they are TREATABLE! Call to schedule a visit today to see how we can help you overcome these issues and repossess your freedom!
(303) 720-6194

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 17/10/2023

Functions of the PELVIC FLOOR
The pelvic floor has several important functions, including:
1️⃣ Support: The pelvic floor muscles provide support to the pelvic organs, preventing them from descending or prolapsing.
2️⃣ Continence: The muscles of the pelvic floor help maintain urinary and f***l continence by controlling the opening and closing of the urethra and a**s.
3️⃣ Sexual function: The pelvic floor muscles play a role in sexual function by contributing to arousal and climax.
4️⃣ Stability: The pelvic floor muscles work in conjunction with the deep abdominal and back muscles to provide stability to the pelvis and spine.
5️⃣ Childbirth: During childbirth, the pelvic floor muscles stretch to allow the baby to pass through the birth canal. Strong and flexible pelvic floor muscles can help facilitate a smoother delivery and reduce the risk of injury.
6️⃣ Core strength: The pelvic floor is an integral part of the core muscles, which provide stability and support to the trunk and pelvis during movement and activities.
Maintaining a healthy and strong pelvic floor is essential for overall pelvic health and can help prevent issues such as urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual dysfunction.


❓What is the pelvic floor❓
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and tissues that form a supportive sling-like structure at the bottom of the pelvis. It spans from the p***c bone in the front to the tailbone at the back and from one sit bone to the other. The pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in supporting the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus (in females), and re**um. They also help control the functions of urination, bowel movements, and sexual activity.


Shout out to for crushing life! Keep up the good work 💪🏼 we’re glad to be by your side every step of the way 👟


You can’t go wrong with a little post-race body work! 💪🏼
We couldn’t be more excited to provide body work to runners of the Runapalooza after their race. Who doesn’t need a little TLC after a run in the summer heat?! ☀️


We’re looking forward to providing soft tissue work to participants of the All-Out Runapalooza this Saturday! 🏃🏽‍♀️🏃🏻‍♂️

Special thank you to our benefiting charity and all of our wonderful sponsors! We will have a full expo and make sure to visit everyone! Special thanks to our platinum sponsor Superganix and gold sponsors Colorado Tap House and StretchLab. Big thanks to our silver sponsors Natalie's Orchid Island Juice Company, Polar Beverages, Revitalize Athletics, Super Coffee, and Total Health Solutions. And don't miss our bronze sponsors, 303 Running, Einstein Bros Bagels, Sprouts, and 1-800-GOT-JUNK (check out their truck in the expo!)


💥 Dry Needling 💉
Dry needling is a technique that is used to treat pain and/or movement impairments that are a result of neuromuscular dysfunction ⁉️🤨
What that heck does THAT mean? Basically, Dry Needling is when a thin acupuncture needle is inserted into a muscle for the purpose of “re-setting” the muscle. It is used to treat pain, improve mobility, facilitate muscle activation, and normalize communication between a muscle and its associated nerve.
In this photo, one of our Revitalize Athletics clients is receiving Dry Needling to address back pain and to improve his ability to achieve optimal posture.
If you’re interested in learning how Dry Needling can help you, give us a call today! (303) 720-6294

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 25/07/2023

Dr. Tara completed her first ever Sprint Triathlon at Steamboat Lake last weekend! After months of training, she came out in 6th place of 28 in her category and in the middle of the pack of all competing women. 🏊🏼‍♀️🚴🏼‍♀️🏃🏽‍♀️🏔️


Are you drinking enough water?
With the weather getting hotter it’s important to stay hydrated! The recommended daily water intake is 1/2 - 1oz per pound of body weight. If you are exercising in the heat and losing sweat, be sure to add some electrolytes to your water to replenish what you are losing. 💧


Quality PT should not involve riding a stationary bike, sitting on e-stim, and ending with an ice pack for most of your visit. It should also not involve 10 minutes with the PT before handed off to an Aide for exercises, especially when the Aide has several other clients at the same time.
You deserve better care! We at Revitalize Athletics not only provide high quality PT services in the comfort of your home, but we spend 1hr+ with each of our clients providing one on one care. No “fillers” like ice and e-stim. No busy gym with no guidance. And NO insurance headaches.
Call to book today! (303) 720-6294


🎆Happy Independence Day from Revitalize Athletics! 🇺🇸 We hope you are all enjoying family & friends and getting some sunshine on this beautiful day ☀️

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 16/06/2023

💡Tip 2 to avoid knee pain with going downhill - Improve ankle mobility 🦶🏼
In addition to your quadriceps acting as a braking force to slow you down while you’re going downhill, the calves do the same thing! If your knees hurt while going downhill, we ultimately want to offload the knee and quads as much as possible. You can do this by making sure your ankles are as mobile as possible so your body can use the calves to help with the brakes!
Here are a few of my favorite exercises to improve ankle mobility:
1️⃣ Foam Roll Calves
2️⃣ Wall Calf Stretch (Bent Knee and Straight Knee)
3️⃣ Banded Ankle Dorsiflexion
4️⃣ Toes Elevated Step Through
(See Reels!)

Photos from Revitalize Athletics's post 06/06/2023

💥 Knee pain with running/hiking downhill 💥
It is extremely common to get knee pain in the front of the knee with running, hiking, and walking downhill. The primary reason for this is because going downhill increases the compressive forces sustained by the knee joint! The reason for this is 2-fold:
1️⃣ Going downhill requires your quadriceps (AKA thigh) muscles to act as the “brake” to slow you down. Because of this, the force your quads have to exert going downhill is actually much greater than when going uphill or on flat ground. More force through the quads equals more force compressing the kneecap. This ultimately leads to pain 🤕
2️⃣ Gravity’s downward pull increased momentum and requires you to brake harder. When momentum is carrying you downhill, you run faster. Faster sp*ed combined with an increase in vertical drop with every step leads to greater ground reaction forces, which is the force the ground exerts on the runner/hiker upon impact. Greater ground reaction forces leads to increased pressure on the knees.
So how do you combat this? In short, keep your quads loose, keep your ankles mobile, bias your glutes by “sitting your hips back”, and allow yourself to run faster (if you can do so safely) so you don’t need to brake as hard.
Stay tuned for elaboration on each of these points!

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