Dr. Lisa Erikson, DC

Dr. Lisa Erikson, DC
LifeSport Chiropractic 1000 Alpine Ave 291 Boulder, CO 80304
About

Dr. Lisa Erikson, DC

LifeSport is the 2014 USAClimbing provider for forearm, pulley tendon, spinal, and sports related injuries. Dr. Lisa is a specialist focusing more on education and focused care rather than treatment plans and slow-healing modalities. Open since 2008, the clinic was originally set up as a medical provider for Boulder area tennis and moved into the climbing field in 2010, running the North Face's medical tent and providing care for many amateur and professional athletes alike in the fields of cycling, running and tennis in addition to climbing. The correlation between desk, lifestyle and weekend addictions often relays a message about why your injury is not healing or is hard to treat. We step in and fix the issues that do not heal with other providers with focused spot-diagnosis and care that is crafted over several visits with a trial of 6-12 visits.
Years In Practice 12
Primary Specialty

Chiropractor

Gender Female
Education Palmer College of Chiropractic West
Training Physiotherapy
Xray Diagnosis
Injury Diagnosis
Blood and Urine Panel Diagnosis
Scoliosis and SpineCore Brace training (CBP)
Gait and Orthodic evaluation and modification
Certification Board Certified DC.
Services As an avid athlete and youngest Leadwoman to date, I understand what it takes to give you the edge above the rest. Guided home-care exercises, in-office specialized care for your specific goals with a blend of acupuncture, joint care, physiotherapy modalities, and the newest taping techniques. Enjoy fewer visits than the normal therapist and better results than just chiropractic or acupuncture alone. Gentle, effective, and goal-oriented care with you in mind. USAClimbing team Doc 2014.
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