Tramadol is used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain. It may be habit-forming. It is similar to narcotic analgesics. It might have a negative impact on the child. It may increase your risk for having a seizure. It should not be used longer than justified from a therapeutic point of view. Tapering off tramadol is systematically reducing your day-to-day dosage on a planned-out time. Should you feel yourself becoming dependent, get in touch with your health care provider without delay. To stop withdrawal reactions, your physician may lower your dose gradually. Your physician will suggest that you avoid pulling the hair out and deliver you aftercare tips which include washing the skin with a gentle soap and water, avoiding exposure to the sun and tanning beds for no less than a week. If you go see a physician and get treatment, you're supposed to secure much better. The dosage could be increased by the physician, but shouldn't be increased by the individual. It should be adjusted according to the severity of the exocrine pancreatic insufficiency. Safe dosage of tramadol varies depending on the patient and their needs. Tramadol is tremendously metabolized within the body. It is designed for oral use only, and the tablets should not be crushed for the purpose of inhalation or injection. Tapering off tramadol gives you the ability to slowly lessen the total amount of tramadol you take, thus reducing shock to your physique. It's also important not to suddenly quit taking tramadol, as stated by the NIH.

Is RF right for me

Do any of these apply to you?

  • you place a high value your health and wellness
  • you desire the best and fastest results
  • you seek the highest quality available
  • you prefer individualized, direct, one-on-one attention
  • you appreciate a private setting of your choice
  • you want treatment by the most qualified experts and specialists
  • you need convenient appointment times around your busy schedule
  • you would like sessions at home, work, playing field, or my office
  • you are seeking a second opinion
  • you are hoping to avoid orthopedic surgery or rehab from it
  • you are disappointed by traditional physical therapy or personal training

If yes to any of the above then you belong at RF, contact us now for FREE consult

Do I need a referral from my physican? NO

No. Colorado allows for direct access to a licensed physical therapist without physician referral.

Direct access has proven to be highly beneficial in several important ways: it has reduced time before treatment, decreased the financial burden on the patient, and improved health care utilization.

During your initial exam, a comprehensive systems review and medical screening will be completed. This examination will ensure an appropriate referral to another health care professional for any presentation that is outside the scope of physical therapy practice.


Should I get an MRI or X-ray first? NO

No. While imaging certainly has its place, it does not help to guide either the orthopedic examination or the treatment, and it does not lead to improved outcomes or safety. While it does delay start of care generaly increasing your time in pain Best outcomes can be achieved by getting an initial physical therapy examination as soon as possible.

Do I have to be an athlete to come to RF? NO

NO:  We aim to transform your human experience through movement. “Finding the Athlete Within” is our goal, at RF we believe everyone is an athlete and we want to help you be the best athlete you can be. Whether you’re a professional athlete, weekend warrior, or someone trying to get back to the lifestyle you love, we are dedicated to getting our patients back to peak, pain-free performance.  Some people say it, we do it. Realize your potential and call us today.

What Should I Expect My First Session

A: Your initial physical therapy appointment will include:

1) Examination
2) Evaluation
3) Diagnosis
4) Prognosis
5) Plan of care
6) Treatment, and
7) Education

Various treatment techniques and interventions will be implemented with an emphasis on manual therapy and continuous education to empower clients in self management of symptoms. An individualized home exercise program, along with follow-up physical therapy recommendations and potential referrals, will be discussed as appropriate for your goals.

No Referral needed

At RF you will be evaluated and treated by a Doctor 100% of the time. This means there is no need to waste time or money jumping through hoops to get into physical therapy. Just contact us for a free consult and we will explain how RF can best help you and will usually be able to see you within 1-2 days, sometimes even same day. A quick phone call can start your journey to achieve your goals.