Remember that Physical Therapists are considered Direct Access providers in the state of Colorado. This allows you to be treated in our office WITHOUT A REFERRAL from a physician. If your condition does require intervention by a specialist, we will be happy to refer you to a physician who is the best fit and the most convenient for you.
What sets our Physical Therapy treatment apart:
1-1 care with our doctors of physical therapy
Excelling Athletic Abilities/Exceeding Prior Athletic Performance
45-60 minute treatment sessions
Individualized plan of care
Managing complex cases
For those of you who have not worked with a DPT in the past, here is a short list of reminders/expectations to allow for an effective visit:
Please wear clothes that are comfortable and loose fitting (gym clothes and tennis shoes work best) as this allows for easy access to skin and allows for better assessment of your ability to move.
Physical therapy requires manual (hands on) treatment such as soft tissue mobilization, passive range of motion (PROM) and stretching to improve your outcome.
On follow up visits, please arrive 10 minutes early for an active warm up to maximize the effectiveness of the manual treatments at the beginning of your session and maximize your one-on-one time with our DPT.
Physical Therapy Services and programs include but are not limited to:
Addresses muscular imbalances that can lead to chronic pain caused by abnormal posture.
Functional Movement Assessment
A comprehensive assessment of functional movement patterns that focuses on the body as an entire unit.
Essential to restoring pre-operative level of function.
Sport specific training focused on getting athletes back in the game, enhancing performance, and preventing reinjury.
Personalized Home Exercise Program
Utilizing state of the art, easy to use, and patient-focused app with videos and descriptions of all exercises
Use of multiangle video analysis to break down gait/running analysis in the multiple planes of motion.
With loving hands, a Physical Therapist can convince a body to do what it doesn't want to, but would like to
Physical Therapy methods include but are not limited to:
Functional Dry Needling
A targeted method for addressing muscle dysfunction to restore symmetry and pain free motion.
An instrument assisted soft tissue and myofascial technique to restore functional movement patterns.
Provides a decompressive technique separating facial layers, inducing blood flow, and removing lymphatic toxins.
Blood Flow Restriction
Allows therapist to apply a lighter and less irritating load during exercise while still optimizing muscle growth and strength gains.
Dynamic taping technique that decreases pain, swelling, and bruising and also provides functional support while allowing full range of motion.
A combination of ice and compression to reduce acute pain and swelling as well as to improve post-exercise recovery.