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Alicia is a Colorado native. She completed her undergraduate studies with a degree in integrative physiology from the University of Colorado-Boulder. Alicia attended the University of Colorado-Denver and graduated as a doctor of physical therapy in 2011. She is certified in Vestibular Assessment and Management through the American Institute of Balance and Sports Physical Therapy through Evidence in Motion. Alicia values providing hands on evidence-based treatments and empowering individuals to succeed.Type your paragraph here.
Brett graduated from Montana State University with a degree in Health and Human Development- Exercise Science, then from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He has extensive training in manual therapy and has continuing education in management of vestibular conditions as well as cancer. He is certified in ISR- Pre-Placement Screening – The Work Saver Program.Type your paragraph here.
Sandee has been working in the physical therapy field since 1990 in many different settings. She has worked in nursing facilities, hospitals and out-patient clinics treating patients with diagnoses from neurological in nature to orthopedic sports injuries. She has developed cardiac rehab programs and teaches Pilates style and Ballet Barre fitness classes. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and exercise science and will be pursuing her master’s degree in the fall. She enjoys family time, tap dancing, and photography
Roger has a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Beaver College, PA. He was a clinical advisor for the American Running and Fitness Association for 15 years, has been a member of the U.S. Diving Medical staff, and is a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer (#3-377), having participated three years on the athletic training staff at West Virginia University. Roger completed a two-year manual therapy residency and passed the written and practical exams to become a Certified Manual Therapist by the Ola Grimsby Institute. He is also trained in the Active Release Technique by Dr. Leahy and in The Primal Reflex Release Technique for pain management. Roger was a Certified Case Manager for 15 years. He does consulting with companies with work injury prevention programs including work site evaluations, training programs, and controlling health care costs. He lectures on orthopedic rehabilitation, exercise progression, manual therapy and injury prevention, and is the author of the book “Cumulative Trauma Injuries – A Self Help Guide” and co-author of the audio book “Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Preventative and Corrective Physical Therapy Exercises”. Roger is also a Certified Industrial Ergonomist (# 000-0121902) by the Oxford Research Institute. He was the physical therapist for the Colorado Rapids Major League Soccer Team for 13 years. Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP) – an “International Manual Therapy Certification,” demonstrating proficiency in effective pain free manual therapy techniques for treating spine pain and extremity dysfunction. Roger has over 2,600 hours of continuing education since physical therapy school.
Brenda graduated from the University of Colorado in 1983 with a degree in Physical Therapy. She is also a graduate of Regis University in Denver with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Psychology. Brenda has a broad background including adult neurological rehab with certification in Neuro Developmental Technique (NDT) in 1986, aquatics, acute/post surgical/ICU rehab, administration, wound/burn care, and home health care. She served as the Director of Physical Therapy for a large acute care hospital for 5 years. Since 1994, Brenda has focused her education and specialized in outpatient orthopedics and manual therapy, including treatment of headaches, neck, TMJ, and spine dysfunction. She stresses the importance of total body wellness and the importance of stabilization in rehabilitation. In April of 2004 Brenda was trained in Primal Reflex Release Technique for pain management. Brenda believes that continuing education is important to the quality of patient care, and she regularly attends several courses every year. In her spare time Brenda enjoys camping and skiing with her two sons. She is ISR certified in Pre-Placement Screening - The Work Saver Program. Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP) – an “International Manual Therapy Certification,” demonstrating proficiency in effective pain free manual therapy techniques for treating spine pain and extremity dysfunction.
Maggie received her Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 1992. She graduated with honors from New Mexico State University with a Major in Mathematics and a Minor in Biology. Maggie’s background includes a hospital setting working with outpatient orthopedic, neurological, and developmentally delayed patients. She has taught aquatic classes for arthritis patients and exercise classes for Multiple Sclerosis patients. Her main focus, however, has been manual orthopedic therapy with coursework through the Paris Institute, as well as other coursework for treatment of spinal and extremity dysfunction, headaches, neck and TMJ pain. She is certified in ISR Pre-Placement Screening – The Work Saver Program. She enjoys being outside hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.