Sports Recovery & Optimization
RECOVER FASTER. TRAIN HARDER. BECOME THE NEXT-LEVEL YOU.
First we examine your whole body through Tension Tracing™, evaluating your strength and range of motion, identify what hurts when you do certain movements, and then use a wide array of technology, techniques and tools to alleviate the stressors causing your body to hurt.
TRACE treatment involves shaking loose tensions coupled with TECAR therapy, infrared, percussion massage, and deep stretching to restore elasticity and flexibility. After your first visit, you’ll feel less pain, have improved range of motion and experience greater flexibility.
Here's how trace can help!
We treat a large array of issues and can work with you through any pain or discomfort holding you back from performing your best.
Increase Your Training
Ready to train more frequently and intensely? Our trained therapists will rejuvenate you during your regular schedule to ensure you see the mound more often. Many players work with us throughout their regular seasons to optimize their performance to go to their next level.
Total Body Recovery
Ready to get back to your peak game?
We look at your full body to determine how and why your body is over-compensating.
We’ll get to the source of your ailment and treat it quickly.
We work with you through overuse injuries,
to prevent future, acute injuries—and permanently heal from chronic injuries.
Our proprietary Tension Release Therapy™
methods will accelerate your recovery and cement your superstar performance.
The best way to get out of pain and setbacks is to not get injured in the first place.
Once we get you in optimal condition, we give you a proven Prevention Plan to prevent future injuries from occurring.
Remove The Pain And Get Back On The Field
Athletes who run a lot or do motions that require quick starts and stops, lateral movements and pivoting can experience tightness and pain in the front part of the leg where it meets the hips. Hip flexor pain can inhibit the motions required for you to perform athletically, and can also cause other body parts to stiffen up to protect your hip from further damage.
You might experience pain on the front part of your hip, as well as lower back pain and stiffness.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your hip flexor relief treatments?
Our concern is that you’re a 360º person. When your hip flexors are strained, other body parts begin to compensate. First, we’ll evaluate your range of motion, and identify what hurts when you do certain movements.
Tension Release Therapy™ treatment involves shaking loose tensions, coupled with TECAR therapy, infrared, percussion massage, and deep stretching to restore your elasticity and flexibility. You’ll be treated like a rotisserie chicken, as we rotate you and work to loosen up tightness on the front, sides, and back of your hips. Soon, you’ll be back to your full athletic prowess!
Get back into action, fast
The shoulder is one of the most important, and yet vulnerable, joints in nearly all sports. It’s a complex joint enveloped in a great number of muscles, tendons and ligaments. Baseball requires incredible force on the shoulder to throw or hit a ball.
Football gets likened to a car crash, due to the impact of this extreme contact sport. Boxers and martial artists are susceptible to shoulder injuries from training and combat. That’s why shoulder injuries vary widely and include rotator cuff tears, labrum tearing, impingement, misalignment, bursitis, tendinitis, strains and ligament sprains.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your shoulder recovery treatments?
We evaluate your strength and range of motion, and then identify where your pain begins with which movements. Then, your therapist uses Tension Release Therapy™ treatments to alleviate additional strains from other supporting muscles that are compensating to support your injured shoulder.
After your first visit, you’ll feel less pain, and enjoy an improved range of motion and greater flexibility. Because the shoulder is so vulnerable, you’ll need to dial your activity down briefly so your injury can continue to heal. Our mission is to help get you restored to your regular glory as quickly as possible, and return to your favorite sports with as little downtime as possible.
Reduce sciatica pain and get active again
Sciatica is no ordinary pain in the butt. It’s quite a painful one. Sciatica pain radiates along the path of your sciatic nerve, which branches from your lower back through your hips, buttocks and down each leg.
We most often see sciatica in athletes who are in a flexed forward posture, like catchers, football players and cyclists, or those who need their bodies to do trunk rotation, like pitchers, hitters, golfers, tennis players and ballet dancers.
You might feel this pain in your back or rump, or radiating down the back of your leg and sometimes all the way to your feet. You usually only feel sciatica pain on one side of the body at a time.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your sciatica pain relief treatments?
Once your therapist evaluates your body with Tension Tracing™, we work to relieve pressure and interstitial swelling, and reduce pain. We’ll stretch your hips and pelvis to create more room for the sciatic nerve to relax.
Therapies include TENS, TECAR and infrared—all combined through our unique Tension Release Therapy™ to alleviate a hyperactive, noisy nerve so you can get back to the sports and activities you love.
Get back to training in beast mode
Piriformis syndrome is a largely misunderstood enormous pain in your butt! The piriformis is a deep, tough muscle located in your buttocks that connects to the top of your hip. Piriformis syndrome is a neuromuscular issue—in that this muscle has a notch the sciatic nerve passes through. When the piriformis gets inflamed, it rubs against and aggravates your sciatic nerve.
Often, athletes complain of sciatica pain, but it’s really an inflamed piriformis causing the ache. You might experience pain that radiates across your buttocks and down the back of your leg.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your piriformis syndrome treatments?
Once your therapist evaluates your body with Tension Tracing™, we work to relieve pressure and interstitial swelling, and reduce pain. Our Tension Release Therapy ™ involves releasing the tension in this muscle, while avoiding activating and inflaming the sciatic nerve, which is nestled next to the piriformis.
We work to relieve the pain and help you resolve this overactive muscle to get you relief quickly. Because it’s a stubborn muscle, treatment can require up to six sessions to avoid potential surgery to cut the muscle.
Remove tennis elbow’s nagging pain
Tennis involves many gripping activities that can develop into an overuse sports injury called medial or lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow. The repetitive gripping and force used in this sport shows itself through inflamed tightened tendons in your forearm, making your wrist and hand motions painful. You might also experience loss of grip strength.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your tennis elbow treatments?
We typically see over-tight muscles along the forearm and resistance in the tendons. Our concern is to get you relief quickly by releasing tension, reducing inflammation, and gaining elasticity, mobility and grip strength.
Therapies include e-stim, TENS, TECAR therapy and infrared combined through our Tension Release Therapy™ to alleviate and remove the tension causing the pain, so you can get right back on the court.
Improve your game by removing golfer’s elbow
Golf involves many gripping activities that can develop an overuse sports injury called medial or lateral epicondylitis. The repetitive gripping and force used in golf shows itself through inflamed, tightened tendons in your forearm that can make wrist and hand motions painful. Another symptom you might experience with golfer’s elbow is a loss of grip strength.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your golfer’s elbow treatments?
We typically see over-tight muscles along the forearm and resistance in the tendons. Our concern is to get you relief quickly by releasing tension, reducing inflammation, gaining elasticity, mobility and grip strength.
Therapies include e-stim, TENS, TECAR therapy, and infrared—all combined through our Tension Release Therapy™ to alleviate and remove the tension causing your pain, so you can get right back onto the green.
Groin Muscle Pain, Begone!
Groin muscles are a group that appear on your upper-inner thigh and join right above the knee. If you pull any of these muscles, you can experience incredible pain. Groin muscles include the pectineus, adductor longus, adductor magnus, adductor brevis and gracilis. These muscles are responsible for pulling your legs together and are often hurt when you do a lot of quick side-to-side movements.
You may notice pain and difficulty with getting in and out of cars, as well as instability and pain with lateral side-to-side movements. Even for the highly flexible and strong, these interior muscles are sensitive, so when you have a groin pull, it’s a priority to loosen it up.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your groin pull treatments?
When you’ve experienced a groin pull, you’ll probably notice some lower back and hip pain as your body stiffens to protect itself from the discomfort of the groin pain. Your Tension Release™ therapist will employ gentle techniques to loosen up your tight muscles and tendons, while reducing inflammation. Gentle stretches also will help improve your overall hip mobility to restore groin muscle function.
Remove Pain From Shin Splints Now
Be honest. Have you started running or pushing yourself to run farther faster? Pain along the front of your shins most often occurs after sudden changes in your physical activity levels. Shin splints pain develops when the muscle along the shinbone, or tibia, and the bone tissue become overworked by a sudden increase in intensity and duration of activity.
Shin splints are most often associated with athletes who do a lot of running, or who increase activity or mileage too quickly for the muscle on the shins to acclimate to the new demands. While runners are at the highest risk for developing shin splints, dancers and members of the military are also frequently diagnosed with shin splints.
What experience can you expect when you come in for your shin splints treatments?
The muscle that runs along the tibia doesn’t stretch easily. That’s why your therapist will use manual therapies and other technology through our Tension Release Therapy ™ to release the stress of your inflamed and tightened muscle. We’ll also calm the tissue of the periosteum, or bone tissue, to prevent further damage to your muscles or bone.
|Manual Therapy||ISTAM Instruments|
|Myofascial Release Therapy||Winback TECAR Therapy|
|Soft Tissue Mobilization||Percussion Therapy|
|Trigger Point Therapy||Infrared Light Therapy|
|Elements of Rolfing||Cold Laser|
|Neural Mobilization||Extracorporeal Shockwave|
|& More||& More|
After just a few one-hour sessions, our players have seen impressive results.
INCREASED RANGE OF MOVEMENT
Is it your first time at Trace?
TRACE therapists are specially trained in our proprietary Tension Release Therapy™ method, which focuses on your body’s extraordinary ability to compensate through injury, stress, movement and even daily life.
GET EVEN MORE OUT OF YOUR BODY
Are you ready to unleash your true potential as an athlete? Let’s set up your initial evaluation so we can start helping you feel and move your best. TRACE is the ultimate body rejuvenation experience, hands-down.
FROM THE FOUNDER OF TENSION RELEASE THERAPY™
“The goal of Tension Release Therapy™ is to help our clients feel better, with
results that last, faster than any other provider can do it. We want wins for our
clients and the TRT philosophy embodies that pursuit. We want to give our
clients the experience that relieves them from the chronic pain they’ve been
dealing with for years, or to pitch the best game of their lives at the professional
sports level. We want to win for you.”
What Our Clients Say
Live the life
At TRACE, we’ll work with you to relieve pain, get you back on
the field, give you more body confidence and reach your personal
goals. Your quality of life is directly linked to how you feel, and we
want you to walk away feeling better than you ever have.