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Action Spine & Sports Medicine is a conservative sports medicine clinic specializing in high performance healthcare. We offer the highest level of integrated sports medicine ranging from physiotherapy & athletic training to chiropractic care.
Dr. Ben Cowin (DC, MS, ATC) is a national expert in peak performance for competitive athletes and leading executives. In short, he helps the very best get more out of their bodies to drive peak performance from the playing field to the Board room. He brings over 15 years of experience in sports chiropractic, dry needling, neuro-musculoskeletal rehabilitation, concussion recovery, and nutrition. He has worked with dozens of elite executives and nearly 1,000 professional athletes.
Dr. Cowin has an extensive background in sports injury rehabilitation, injury prevention and sports nutrition. He is certified in Spider Tech Kinesiology Taping, Graston Technique, and is a Certified Athletic Trainer. Clients rely on him as a high performance healthcare provider, focused on doing whatever it takes to get the athlete or executive back to competition in the shortest amount of time, while place the utmost importance on the client’s overall health.
He is currently the Managing Partner of Denver-based Action Spine and Sports Medicine, LLC, as well as the Medical Director for MuscleMilk Motor Sports (American Le Mans Series Racing Team).
He holds a B.S. with honors from the University of Central Oklahoma, a Masters with honors from Indiana State (the number one rated program in Athletic Training at the time), and a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University. He spent 10 years working extensively with athletes competing at the highest levels in professional baseball (Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals), professional football (San Francisco 49’ers) and four Olympic teams. He is also a certified athletic trainer (less than 1% of sports chiropractors) with a Masters in Athletic Training with an emphasis in analytical biomechanics. He is a regular lecturer on pitching biomechanics and injuries, non-contact ACL injuries, and leading practices in functional rehabilitation.