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Our Story

July 6, 2016

Structural Elements® was founded in 2006 by Douglas Bertram, L.Ac, MTCM. Douglas started working as a massage therapist in 1995 with a focus on treating athletic injuries. He practiced for several years in Boulder, CO before pursuing a Master's Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine....


Our Brand

June 27, 2016

The story behind the Structural Elements®  logo is foundational to our approach. The full logo is a representation of a Tensegrity Model; tensional integrity or floating compression. In architecture this is seen as a balance of compression and tension elements...

To Stretch or Not to Stretch

June 16, 2016

Who doesn't have tight hamstring muscles? Why are some people constantly injured and others seem to tolerate just about anything?  Many patients ask, “should I be stretching more”, and our answer is often surprising.


David Everhart

A Happy Father's Day

June 14, 2016

As a father my proudest moments were the births of my children. My wife did all the work, yet I still take most of the credit. I am fortunate to have two spectacular teenage sons and they bring real meaning to my life. Watching them set goals, no matter how small, and achieve them is a wonderful...


May 10, 2016

At Structural Elements® we believe the body thrives on efficiency.  Anytime an athlete's body is “out-of-alignment”, there is a compromise to performance. We see several patients a week who come to us because they are in pain, but by this time they have already been compromising...


Erin Mozingo

To All of Our Mothers

April 27, 2016

Children bring love, happiness, and countless gifts to our lives. There is no deeper bond than the bond between a mother and her child. However, with the commitment to nurture another human being from infancy to adulthood comes a significant amount of stress.




Acupuncture and Dry Needling

April 25, 2016

The most common question we get is “What is the difference between Acupuncture and Dry Needling”?

A Cash Based Clinic

March 17, 2016

For many private practices, the "out of network" model couldn’t come at better time. With rising business costs, coupled with decreasing reimbursement rates and low per-visit rates; it has been harder for insurance-based practices to survive. Health care providers are drowning in paperwork, as...

Avoid Soft Tissue Injury

February 29, 2016

Viscoelasticity is the name of the game for preventing soft tissue injury. This term refers to the degree of elasticity or stretch the soft tissue can handle. If muscles, tendons and ligaments are flexible and have the ability to adapt to stress, they are far less likely to tear or inflame from...

Creating a Solid Foundation

February 29, 2016

A foundation is the element of an architectural structure that connects it to the ground, and transfers loads from the structure to the ground.


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