MuscleSound® Expands Into Sports Medicine Sector

Denver-Based Health and Technology Company Now Offering Its Cutting-Edge Ultrasound Technology to Rehab Centers, Chiropractic Facilities, Physical Therapy Clinics and Other Organizations

DENVER – June 1, 2017 –MuscleSound®, a Denver-based performance and health technology company known for serving professional, collegiate and recreational athletes with non-invasive, accurate and cutting-edge muscle data since 2011, today announced its expansion into the sports medicine sector, offering its innovative ultrasound technology to rehabilitation centers, chiropractic facilities, physical therapy clinics and other organizations.

Over the past year, MuscleSound has partnered with more than 20 clients in the sports medicine space, including organizations such as Action Spine & Sports Medicine, Sanford Health, University of Pittsburgh, TOPS Physical Therapy, Body In Motion Chiropractic, and Podium Sports, among others.

In addition to the sports medicine sector, MuscleSound technology is also serving the MLB, NBA, USA Women’s Track Cycling, Pac-12 and SEC institutions, fitness clubs, and is also available for military, police and fire departments, and in ICU and ER scenarios. MuscleSound gives physicians, coaches, athletes, trainers, first responders and military personnel, and healthcare professionals real-time data by looking inside the muscle, which allows for immediate and personalized nutritional and performance-based recommendations, to unlock the body’s full potential and improve overall health.

“The expansion into the sports medicine space is a natural step for MuscleSound, given our strong focus on healthcare, and we’re excited to bring our technology to a wide variety of facilities around the country,” said Andy Jackson, President and CEO of MuscleSound. “Our sports medicine clients are always seeking ways to provide their patients and athletes with an accurate picture into their recovery process and performance readiness, and with MuscleSound, they’re now able to non-invasively access critical muscle health data,” added Jackson.

Action Spine & Sports Medicine located in Denver, a high-performance sports medicine practice that works primarily with elite and endurance athletes, recently deployed MuscleSound technology. Dr. Ben Cowin of Action Spine & Sports Medicine shares about his experience with MuscleSound technology, “With MuscleSound, we can be very analytical about evaluating our clients’ recovery and readiness to get them back into training. With the real-time data that MuscleSound provides, we have access to the overall picture of the tissue layers, body composition and can track muscle efficiency over time.”

Dr. Cowin added, “The technology allows us to take the emotion out of the process and look at each client’s state of recovery and readiness, regardless of how they feel. In turn, we have a comprehensive picture of what’s happening inside their muscles and can provide tailored recommendations based on what their body needs. MuscleSound has been an invaluable tool for us, especially when it comes to working on recovery.”

Founded in 2011, MuscleSound has scanned more than 2,400 athletes and 100,000 muscles using the only-known useable and accurate data base of Muscle energy and MuscleHealth.

MuscleSound uses non-invasive ultrasound to measure muscle health and body composition while tracking and personalizing your Muscle Energy Status, lean mass and biometric imbalances. This helps athletes and medical professionals to analyze the day-to-day health state of the muscle at that point in time.

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About MuscleSound

MuscleSound is a Denver-based performance and health technology company that helps athletes optimize performance levels with non-invasive MuscleHealth® measurements. The company’s patented software technology and methodology have made real-time measurement of muscle fuel and body composition a reality. MuscleSound delivers prompt and precise data that allows for proactive performance and health-based recommendations to effectively optimize overall recovery and readiness. For more information, visit