A partnership of multiple comprehensive therapies to better serve
the physical needs of our patients.
"More than just another physical therapy practice."
Specializes in joint and movement dysfunctions which lead to pain and degenerative changes. Restoring optimal joint mechanics and motor control patterns improves balance as we get older, promotes quicker healing of acute, chronic and post surgical related injuries and helps athletes to work to their potential.
Our licensed acupuncturist is certified in Oriental Sports Medicine Motor Point & Trigger Point Therapy for optimal muscular and joint pain relief. Combining Traditional Chinese Acupuncture with state-of-the-art Western Biomedical Acupuncture, treating muscle imbalances, joint mobility, and pain while benefiting and treating the body as a whole.
I have been helping clients with their relaxation & alternative body therapies
since 1998! Licensed, Certified, Registered Massage Therapy practitioner and Deep Tissue Laser Therapist. Let my extensive training in massage therapy and my passion for total healing on the physical, mental and spiritual levels help you reach greater vitality, health and well-being.
Antonette "Toni" Gurule-Ford
Uses noninvasive high powered Class IV laser (LightForce FX) to promote tissue healing and reduce pain. A Class IV laser can penetrate deeper than other forms of laser and is a safe alternative to pain medication. Tendinitis, fasciitis, acute sports injuries, neurologic pain, arthritis, joint pain, fracture, post surgical pain and whiplash all respond well to this type of laser.
Rolfing® Structural Integration influences posture, patterns of repetitive and habitual use, and movement through addressing restrictions in the connective tissue, leaving clients feeling more upright, fluid in movement, and connected throughout their body. (719)339-2188
Colorado Springs' first choice for innovative therapies
ProActive Alliance believes in helping people continue healthy, active lifestyles through multiple innovative therapies. You do not have to live with and accept physical discomfort as the norm.