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1189 S Perry StSuite 150

Castle Rock, CO 80104 US

(303) 688-8855

303-660-6692

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Front Range Sports Medicine

Front Range Sports Medicine is a unique multidisciplinary clinic with an expertise in the diagnosis and management of sports related injuries. Front Range Sports Medicine houses a diverse group of practitioners under one roof, including chiropractors, a medical director,  an athletic trainer, massage therapists, a nurse practitioner, a holistic practitioner and an acupuncturist. This environment creates a collaborative approach to treating patients, resulting in an unrivaled level of care. Front Range Sports Medicine improves on the traditional model for athlete care, which can lack proper communication and integration between isolated practitioners. The focus of the clinic is not solely limited to injury care. Practitioners address improper biomechanics, emphasize injury prevention, and create programs to improve physical performance.

Front Range Sports Medicine is the official team clinic for Douglas County High School Athletics, Castle View High School Athletics and Olympian Wrestling Club. The clinic also works with the Legend High School and Rock Canyon High School athletic departments. A multitude of athletes are treated at Front Range Sports Medicine, ranging from youth to professional levels and everyone in between.

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Front Range Sports Medicine is a member of the prestigious ACO, CICN.  Colorado Integrated Care Network sets a new standard in care for musculoskeletal complaints through collaborative care, innovative technology and the highest standard of care. Their focus is getting our patients better faster. 

Meet the Team

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  • Dr.
    Matthew Swager
    DC, DACBSP, ICCSP, FICPA, CSCS, LAc, FMS

    Dr. Matthew Swager graduated from Friends University in Wichita Kansas where he played football and track and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Minor in Chemistry and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. 

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  • Dr.
    Matt Graham
    DC, CSCS

    Dr. Matt Graham grew-up in Castle Rock, Colorado. He attended Colorado State University, obtaining his Bachelors of Science in Health and Exercise Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine.

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  • Dr.
    Shaun Gabriel

    Dr Shaun Gabriel is a double-board certified, fellowship trained interventional pain physician. He completed his BA in Medical Ethics and Anthropology at the University of Chicago, where he was the recipient of multiple prestigious awards and graduated with both, General and Special Honors. He attended medical school at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.

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  • Lori Swager
    ATC

    Lori completed her Pilates training in 2004 under the instruction of Rael Izacowitz and the Body Arts and Science International ™(BASI) in Costa Mesa, CA.

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  • Natasha Smith

    I have been certified in massage since 2011 and I have an associates degree in occupational studies.  I graduated from IMBC in Colorado Springs studying a variety of massage modalities.

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  • Vonda Muncy
    LAC

    Vonda is a licensed acupuncturist and is currently working on her degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. To learn more about Vonda check out her website at https://www.soulpotentialacu.c...

  • Cynthia Bray
    LMT

    Cindy is a licensed massage therapist. You can learn more about Cindy at her website crmassageandwellness.massagetherapy.com/

Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I highly recommend the services provided by Front Range Sports Medicine...

    - Ryan Fonkert MS, ATC
    Head Athletic Trainer, Douglas County High School"

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am

6:00pm

Thursday:

8:00 am

6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday:

By Appt,

Sunday:

Closed