PUT YOUR BODY
IN GOOD HANDS
Release, Relax, Relief
Jen is an Army Veteran who knows what it is like to deal with service connected disabilities. After being taught Neuromuscular Massage Therapy along with other modalities at the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy in 2003, she has learned how to manage her own injuries without medication and maintain a great quality of life. Her experiences in the medical field have given her a very diverse and well-rounded knowledge base to help others dealing with all types of injuries, illnesses and pathologies and also give a professional educated opinion of your health care needs. She is a member of various organizations including the VFW and American Legion as well as the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), National Certification Board (NCBTMB) and the International Sports and Science Administration (ISSA).
Miss Simpson has been in the massage industry from 2003 hailing from Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy and in 2012 became the first medical neuromuscular massage therapist and kinesiologist in the federal government as a service-connected veteran. She worked with in the IPMC at Eisenhower Army hospital in the Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic dealing with wounded warriors, paraplegics, amputees, PTSD, TBI, Etc.
Jennifer is ISSA certified (www.issaonline.com), Certified Specialist in Exercise Therapy and Certified Fitness Trainer. She is also an Applied Nutrional Kinesiologist for Muscle Testing etc..
"I would recommend Jen to anyone who is in pain because she knows her "stuff" and uses her knowledge to help your body heal!"
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Release, Relax, Relief
Resolving complex issues by increasing range of motion & decreasing pain patterns. Therapy is perfect for someone who is dealing with daily chronic and comprehensive pain that can be caused by work, disrupted sleep patterns, injury, change in barometric pressure etc.
Reduce levels of anxiety, stress and fatigue to bring a true state of homeostasis. Stress Resolution is perfect for someone dealing with and needs relief from - PTSD, anxiety, psychological conditions, somatic dysfunctions and panic attacks.
Increase the range of motion within physical limitations to provide better flexibility. Stretching is perfect for someone who is dealing with restricted movement that keeps them from functioning and fulfilling work/home functions on a daily basis.
Stretching can help relieve and reduce the hypertonicity that is causing the muscles to tell the brain they are in pain.
Align the body for proper balance and gait to protect all the joints. We are telling the body it is ok to go back to its original state so that the neuromuscular pain patterns will end. The goal is to strengthen the muscle so that over time the pain patterns will end and your body will accept its original alignment bringing your adrenals back into balance.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I met Ms. SImpson when I was transfered into the IPMC pain management center at Eisenhower. It was my first experience with medical neuromuscular massage and kinesiology in my military career as she was the first ever hired. I had my first postural alignment and no other therapist I have ever seen knew about it or how to do it to include hands on, turning my muscle spindles back on. Her knowledge base and ability to share her knowledge was amazing.
I trust her and her skill set of understanding our pain levels, chronic or acute and I recommend her for your health care.
— Gerrena R.
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3019 POINTWEST DRIVE