I saw Dr. McCormick for treatment at his Colorado office but my husband works at the university in Laramie and saw him at his office there. He got helped so much with his low back pain and sciatica. He was hobbling around the house for weeks before he saw him for treatment. When he cam home after seeing him, he was out doing yard work and climbing a ladder and crawling up on the roof. I could believe it. Dr. McCormick does great work.
He is an expert in his field and has helped many Laramie residents with various hands-on therapies. He provides dry needling with his treatments too and is the only doctor in town with a doctoral degree in dry needling! He gets results where others have failed. He is better than any chiropractor or physical therapist I've seen in Laramie or Cheyenne for treating sports injuries and spine/joint alignment issues.
I am an avid mountain biker and strained my shoulder when I took a spill on the trails at Curt Gowdy. I went in for some injury care and it helped out a lot. The therapist worked out trigger pints and used and active release technique along with medical and sports massage.Acupuncture (Dry Needling) is also available as the therapist is a Doctor in this field.
Stephanie is great. Firm yet relaxing massage. The gentleman that works there is also good..Only thing is that the rooms are more cubical with no top. This causes you to hear everything in the place. Lightweight extensions from the wall to the ceiling would improve the experience. Even with this, the massages are great.