Muscle testing, movement screening and massage therapy allows Denver Movement Center to treat pain (like sciatica, TMJ disorder and plantar fasciitis) at it's source. We strive to help many athletes meet their goals for optimal performance... in sport and in life.

What we offer:

  • Medical/Orthopedic Massage Therapy
  • Deep Tissue Massage Therapy
  • Active Release Technique®
  • Sports Massage Therapy
  • Swedish/Relaxation Massage
  • Corrective Exercise Strategies
  • Functional Movement Screens™

"I highly recommend Levi!! He takes his time analyzing the root of your issue. For me it was a sports related injury and his therapy did wonders for my hips and knees! After just a few treatments I was on my way back to playing basketball at my pre-injury abilities. So grateful!" - Colleen B.

"I am a 60 year old man with terrible scar tissue in my left leg. I am doing so well now that my knee feels so much better after golfing. Two weeks before seeing Levi I had to quit on the 9th hole because my knee hurt so bad. He is absolutely amazing. I can't wait to see how I will feel after a full 6 more visits." - Dan K.

Our Most Popular Services



Orthopedic Massage Therapy

Focused treatment that aims at treating orthopedic conditions like sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder, TMJ disorder and other soft-tissue pain and dysfunctions. Each session begins with a movement screen` and ends with a corrective strategy to maintain and improve that pain-free movement.


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Deep Tissue Massage

A calming-to-revitalizing full body treatment set to the music of your choice. It is normal to feel refreshed and rejuvenated after the fleeting hour of long-deserved pampering. Ideal for athletes that lift heavy weights with very sore muscles.

It's been a long week. 
You've earned this.

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Corrective Exercise Strategies

Corrective exercises are specifically designed to continue your care. Each strategy is custom fit for each, individual body - be it a hip flexor stretch to balance your "tight" back or the proper use of a foam roller for that neck pain.

Step 1) get pain-free.
Step 2) stay pain-free.
Step 3) play.

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Move and play, pain free.