Our Mission

We provide exceptional care to those who wish to improve their physical function, fitness, and performance. We are the therapy organization of choice.

CACC is a place where the employees work together as a team and are flexible when it comes to accommodating patients’ needs.

MEET OUR TALENTED STAFF

  • Jeff Moriarty

    MPT

    Kevin Gabrych

    DPT

    Jennifer Zuzack

    DPT

    Shana Bricker

    DPT

    Michael Barnett

    DPT

    Anastasia Woods

    DPT

    Rob Rodriguez

    DPT

    Danielle Fogus

    DPT

    Stephanie Granda

    DPT

    Jim Wink

    PTA

    Misty Liming

    PTA

    Aimee Tovar

    PTA

    Andy Trost

    Physical Therapy Tech

    Kimberly Hall

    PTA

    Devan Zwygert

    Physical Therapy Tech

    Keenan Dunlap

    PTA

    Roberto Wharton

    PTA

    Lori Warmbrand

    PTA

    Diana Hansen

    RMT

    Jeff Moriarty

    Education

    Master of Physical Therapy (cum laude), May 2000
    Bachelor of Science
    American International College, Springfield, May 1999

    Treatment Philosophy

    Jeff believes in looking at the patient as a whole. By treating dysfunctional areas and movements—instead of only the area of pain to restore function—the patient can quickly return to prior levels of activity and prevent recurring injuries.


    Specialties: Trigger Point Dry Needling, Certified Functional Movement Screening Specialist.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Jeff likes to go hiking, skiing, camping, and scuba diving. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs.

    Kevin Gabrych

    Education

    Chapman University, Orange, CA Doctorate of Physical Therapy, May 2005
    University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
    BS Exercise and Sports Science, December 1999

    Certifications-Certified Muligan Practitioner (CMP)
    Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) 2000-2011

    Treatment Philosophy

    Kevin believes in enhancing and accelerating the body's natural healing mechanisms through manual and biomechanical techniques. Kevin teaches and educates patients how to overcome and prevent pathology that may lead to pain and dysfunction.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Kevin likes to play basketball, hike, go camping, and snowboard.

    Jennifer Zuzack

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy,
    Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA, May 2008

    Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
    Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA, May 2005

    Treatment Philosophy

    Jennifer focuses on orthopedics, including patients who are experiencing post-surgical and sports injury rehabilitation, and working with patients who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents and who have chronic pain issues.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Jennifer spends most of her free time being physically active and working out. She enjoys swimming, boot camps, biking, hiking, rock climbing, water and downhill skiing, camping, and running. She also enjoys traveling, going to the theater, reading, and coaching masters swimming at 24 Hour Fitness.

    Shana Bricker

    Education

    Andrews University - Doctorate of Physical Therapy
    Andrews University - Bachelors of Health Science

    Treatment Philosophy

    I treat with a multi-faceted approach, using the best of theory/philosophy for exercise prescription, manual therapy and modalities tailored to each client.
    THe emphasis should be on pain reduction, tissue healing and restoration of normal and effective movement patterns.

    I am Dry Needle Level 2 Certified.
    Trained in Myofascial Decompression Therapy (Cup Therapy) and in Graston Technique.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Shana, likes endurance sports including; biking, running and swimming. She also enjoys art, music and playing with her two dogs (ask her what their names are). She values spending time with her awesome family..

    Michael Barnett

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy; University of Mary 2008
    Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science; University of Mary 2005

    Treatment Philosophy

    Michael's focused approach to high quality care emphasizes manual therapy techniques, individualized exercise programs and functional training. THis approach enables me to address deficits that lead to the onset of pain and dysfunction as well as education to empower clients to care for themselves.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Spending time with my wife, son, friends and family.
    Michael loves hiking, biking, kayaking, camping and anything to do with sports.

    Anastasia Woods

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Marquette University
    Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Sciences, Marquette University

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in the combined benefits of manual therapy and a patient-specific exercise program to achieve the best results. Patient education and understanding of the plan of care is the key to success!

    She is a certified orthopedic manual therapist, COMT

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love cooking, baking, reading and exploring.
    Very much enjoying the transition from the Midwest to beautiful Colorado!

    Rob Rodriguez

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy -University of Saint Augustine - Health Sciences

    University of Iowa - B.A. Health and Human Physiology

    Treatment Philosophy

    Manual Therapy + Exercise (to reinforce movement) + Patient Education =
    Success!

    People are complex with several layers of impairments, but to be successful you must treat the cause. Clients need to be given the tools and be empowered to take control of their own health/condition when the time is right.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Rob Loves Music!
    He likes to play guitar, write and record songs. Loves seeing live local bands.
    He also enjoys hiking, camping, hockey, food

    Danielle Fogus

    Education

    Bachelors in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine- Ball State University
    Doctor of Physical Therapy- Indiana University

    Treatment Philosophy

    Danielle believes you have to look at the whole body and treat it as a system. Taking time to listen to her patients and find out the true source of the problem allows her patients to find success in their treatment. Keep moving…keep smiling!


    Specialties:
    Graston Technique
    Dry Needling
    Concussion Rehab/Return to Play

    Interests and Hobbies

    As a native from Northwest Indiana, I was always at the beach, which is where my love for paddle boarding started.(Indiana has the most beautiful beaches?)
    I also enjoys yoga, TRX, working out, biking, hiking, watching action movies, going to sporting events and most of all visiting my family and friends back in Indiana. (And lets not forget eating a good cheeseburger!)

    Stephanie Granda

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Texas Woman's University 2013
    BS in Biology, Southwestern University 2010

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is a combination of exercise to encourage proper movement using manual therapy and patient education.
    My goal is to give each client to tools to continue their functional improvement long after the are done with formal physical therapy.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love Running, Swimming, Spending time with friends and family.
    I am excited to experience all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer-Skiing, Hiking, Camping and Biking

    Jim Wink

    Education

    Associates Degree in Applied Science
    Physical Therapy Assistant June 1991

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe it is important to treat not only the physical but the emotional part of the patient. We develop individualized exercise programs that have emphasis on meeting the patients goals. I combine a manual base along with a good knowledge of exercise progression. I have a passion for what i do and my patients needs.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Jim enjoys camping, motorcycles and cheering on our hometown BRONCOS!
    The Orange Crush Is Back!

    Misty Liming

    Education

    Associate of Applied Science Physical Therapy Assistant
    Denver Technical College, December 1996

    Treatment Philosophy

    Misty believes that you have to restore mobility in order to restore function.  She uses treatment techniques that enhance the mobility of the affected muscles and joints, then implements exercises that will help return patients to their normal functional abilities.  Misty also spends time educating her patient’s about their injuries because it’s her opinion that being an informed patient makes you a better patient.

    Specialties: Graston technique; manual techniques, including soft tissue and joint mobilization of the extremities and spine.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In her spare time, Misty enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, going to concerts, camping, listening to music, and reading books with her son and on her own.

    Aimee Tovar

    Education

    Assc. of Applied Science - Physical Therapy Assistant
    Concorde College - 2015
    Spanish Speaking

    Treatment Philosophy

    I like to motivate our patients to reach their goals and help them achieve more than they think they can.

    Estamos aqui para ayudarle a lograr sus metas funcionales.
    (Translation: We’re here to help you achieve your functional goals)

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love to take walks in parks, road trips and spend time with my friends and family.

    Andy Trost

    Education

    B.A. Integrative Physiology
    CU Boulder - 2013

    Treatment Philosophy

    My approach to almost everything is scientific. I try to make solutions to every problem accessible and fun. I love to help patients with strength training, posture control, diet and weight issues that affect their lives.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am into skiing, skateboarding, backpacking and power-lifting.
    In the summer I love volleyball in the pool.

    Kimberly Hall

    Education

    Physical Therapist Assistant from Washtenaw Community College 2015
    In addition to her PTA, she is also a licensed massage therapist.

    Treatment Philosophy

    Her focus is using manual therapy and an individualized exercise program to fit each patient’s specific needs.
    Her specialties include myofascial release, trigger points, manual therapy and therapeutic massage.

    Interests and Hobbies

    When she is not working, Kimberly likes swimming, running, camping, and being outdoors.
    She likes cooking and baking, and hanging out with friends and family to watch football.


    Devan Zwygert

    Education

    B.S. Kinesiology/Exercise Physiology
    Kansas State University - 2014

    Treatment Philosophy

    My emphasis is training everyone to realize how we can’t just treat one isolated area because all surrounding body parts work as a unit together. My focus is on strength training, communication and biomechanics. That said, I try to make it fun. When working with patients, we tell jokes, I will sing to them and play games.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I'm from Kansas and a huge Royals, Chiefs and KC Wildcats fan; I love all sports and hiking, camping and hunting too.
    Denver Fans please don't hold that against me.

    Keenan Dunlap

    Education

    Penn State PTA
    Bachelors of Science from The Indiana University of Pennsylvania,

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is to try to treat every patient as if they are a family member and to progress them as quickly and safely as possible.

    Specialties: Orthopedics with a specialty in manual cervical skills.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I’m a diehard Notre Dame football and New York Yankees fan. I enjoy running, hiking and playing almost any sport. I recently started collecting and listening to vinyl records.

    Roberto Wharton

    Education

    Pima Medical Institute, Physical Therapist Assistant
    Remington College, Massage Therapist diploma

    Treatment Philosophy

    Treating every patient with respect and dignity in their most vulnerable time. Treating each person as a whole to restore health and wellness.
    "He is also fluent in Spanish"

    Interests and Hobbies

    Triathlon, cycling, coffee, spending time with my partner and friends.

    Lori Warmbrand

    Education

    Physical Therapy Assistant, PIMA Medical Institute

    Treatment Philosophy

    I am excited to use my skills to be a part of each individuals recovery.
    “I have an appreciation for watching patients return to their former level of function.”

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am a spin and yoga instructor. I love ice cream and cupcakes.

    Diana Hansen

    Education

    Education: Bachelors of Science, Microbiology, Colorado State University 2002
    Licenced Massage Therapist, Denver School of Massage Therapy, 2006

    Associates of Occupational Sciences, Colorado School of Healing Arts, 2014

    Certificates in Neuromuscular Massage, Lymph Drainage Massage, and Sports Massage

    Treatment Philosophy

    My goal with massage therapy is to help relieve pain caused by stress or injury so that my patients are able to lead happier, more productive lives. If the body is happy, then I truly believe that the mind and spirit are happy as well!

    Interests and Hobbies

    Running, Taekwon-Do, Scrapbooking, Football (watching)

  • Kevin Goldthwaite

    DPT

    Jack Friesen

    DPT

    Tamra Nathan

    PT

    Monique Siebenthal

    PT, DPT

    Sydney Gettel

    PTA

    Jay Arnold

    PTA

    Kevin Goldthwaite

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Northwestern University 2014

    Treatment Philosophy

    I analyze movement and perform manual therapy to help patients overcome injuries. I custom design each exercise program to help our patients achieve their peak performance goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Outside of the clinic, I may be found hiking or skiing the slopes, weight training or playing with my new puppy.

    Jack Friesen

    Education

    Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina University and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Duke University.

    Treatment Philosophy

    Combining hands on – manual therapy – with corrective exercises in order to get the best outcomes.

    Manual therapy, corrective exercises, sports performance

    Interests and Hobbies

    Hockey, football, golf, basketball, fishing and camping.

    Tamra Nathan

    Education

    Masters of Science in Physical Therapy
    University of Miami, 2001



    Bachelors of Science in Psychology
    University of Florida, 1998

    Treatment Philosophy

    Tamra strives to involve each patient in their rehabilitation through self-management techniques. Tamra believes patients will achieve their goals faster, and with more success, if they are committed to their recovery during daily life—and not only when they are in the clinic. Tamra uses a variety of treatment approaches, and believes that every patient is an individual and must be evaluated and treated for the biomechanical problems specific for their body. Tamra also believes that therapy should be fun, relaxed, and a positive part of each patient’s day.

    Specialties: Tamra has been trained in The McKenzie Method, treating spine and disc injuries, and post-operative sports medicine techniques.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In her spare time, Tamra enjoys spending time with her kids.

    Monique Siebenthal

    Education

    Doctorate in Physical Therapy
    University of Colorado, Denver, May 2010

    Bachelor of Science in Biology
    University of Portland, Portland, OR
, May 2006

    Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
    University of Portland, Portland, OR
, May 2006

    Treatment Philosophy

    Monique believes in making physical therapy meaningful and functional to allow for a personalized and positive experience. A lifelong athlete, Monique is in touch with patient goals, observes movement and biomechanics, and understands physical requirements.
    Specialties: Sport-related injuries and return to sport, jumping and landing mechanics, treating patients with ACL repairs, and decreasing risk of tears.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In her spare time, Monique likes to play volleyball, basketball, and softball. She also likes to go snowboarding, camping, travel, and spoil her dog.

    Sydney Gettel

    Education

    The University of Oklahoma, Bachelor of Fine Arts
    Pueblo Community College, PTA

    Treatment Philosophy

    I work with the patient to get them back to their previous level of function or higher, while making their experience as enjoyable as possible.

    Specialties: Kinesio taping

    Interests and Hobbies

    Golfing, dancing, cooking, baking, hiking, fishing. I love watching any and all OU Sooner sporting events.

    Jay Arnold

    Education

    Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Fox College in Illinois.
    Bachelor’s of science in biology from Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe that overall strength and well being starts with building and maintaining core strength and maintaining flexibility. I also believe that is is very important that everyone finds activities to participate in that help to maintain a well functioning body. We don’t all have the same interests, so it’s important to find something that works for you.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy playing hockey and participating in all sorts of outdoor activities, including snowboarding/skiing, hiking, rock climbing and camping. I like to keep active and am always looking into trying something new.

  • Allison LaRoach

    DPT

    Susanna Clark

    DPT, OCS

    Mark Navilliat

    PT, CSCS

    Allison LaRoach

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Colorado 2012
    BS in Biology, Chapman University 2009

    Treatment Philosophy

    Manual therapy and exercise to improve function and help clients reach their goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Spending time with family and friends, watching Colorado sports teams and traveling.

    Susanna Clark

    Education

    2007 - Bachelor of Science in biology from Loyola College, Maryland
    2010 – Doctor of Physical Therapy from George Washington University
    2012 - Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

    Treatment Philosophy

    Every patient is unique and needs to be treated that way. You have to take the whole person into account when treating in order to get them back to what they love

    Interests and Hobbies

    Love to treat knees, hips and low back
    Will get sports participants back to playing

    Love to do anything outside, especially hiking, camping, skiing. Big sports fan, especially football. Love to entertain.

    Mark Navilliat

    Education

    Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy
    University of Connecticut, May 1985

    Treatment Philosophy

    Mark's treatment philosophy is one that gives the patient relief from his/her symptoms, educates the patient on how to improve his/her function, and prevents possible recurrences. In addition, Mark works to develop a clinic that strives for excellence in all aspects of patient care. He accomplishes this by carefully selecting and training highly competent therapists and staff to support the clinic's high demand for outstanding customer service.

    Specialties include: Graston, Trigger Point Dry Needling, and Manual Therapy techniques.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Mark likes to play baseball, snowboard, travel, spend time with his family, and hang out with his best friends.

  • Paul Skramstad

    PT

    Alison Charipar

    DPT

    Kirsten Sabotnik

    DPT

    Richard Wagner

    DPT

    Mark Perez

    PTA / Massage Therapist

    Megan Carr

    PTA

    Kyle Muth

    PTA

    Paul Skramstad

    Education

    Bachalor of Science in Physical Therapy
    University of Colorado, 1989

    Treatment Philosophy

    Paul is one of the owners of CACC and is based out of the company’s Parker clinic. Paul’s treatment philosophy is based on getting his patients involved in their recovery process. He believes that in order for success, the patient must be equally committed and as involved as the therapist. Paul always strives to maintain an upbeat atmosphere at his clinic, which enables everyone to enjoy themself while improving their physical fitness and performance.

    During his 25-year career, Paul has broadened his scope of therapy to include: The McKenzie Method treatment techniques, Graston, Manual Therapy, and Trigger Point Dry Needling.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Paul enjoys scuba diving, skiing, hiking, shooting, hunting, drag racing, and riding his motorcycle. He is always up for a motorcycle ride, and welcomes new riding partners!

    Alison Charipar

    Education

    2013 - University of Iowa, Doctorate of Physical Therapy
    2011 – Iowa State University, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

    Treatment Philosophy

    I work to combine manual therapy techniques with an exercise program tailored to each patient, focusing on their goals in order to get them back to doing what they love to do. I believe in hard work and team work, educating patients on their injuries and reason behind the treatment is the key to successful rehabilitation. I believe in making rehab fun; sometimes laughter is the best medicine!

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy spending time with friends and family, traveling, hiking, skiing, going to comedy shows and trying out new recipes.

    Kirsten Sabotnik

    Education

    University of Colorado at Boulder with a B.A. in Psychology, cum laude in 2008
    University of New York at Stony Brook with my doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014.

    Treatment Philosophy

    I utilize a balance approach to treatment, incorporating manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise to help get my patients back to the activities they love. I believe that one of the most important components of treatment is building a comfortable, trusting relationship with my patients.
    My clinic experience thus far has been primarily in outpatient orthopedics. I enjoy treatment patient with TMJ dysfunctions, and have received additional training vestibular rehabilitation.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am an Irish dancer who has performed competitively and professionally. I continue to dance recreationally. I have a passion for music and was a DJ of my own weekly radio show at Stony Brook University’s radio station. I enjoy going to concerts, reading and cooking. I am excited to return to hiking and camping now that I’ve come back home to Colorado!

    Richard Wagner

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy, Nazareth College of Rochester

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in a treatment approach that utilizes an individualized approach that initially focuses on pain management through the use of manaul therapy techniqes as well as the identification and correction of movement impairments. Then when appropriate, progressing the focus of treatment to restoring prior level of function through corrective exercises and education. I always strive to maintain a fun and positive working environment during treatment sessions. I believe it helps with the healing process.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, disc golf, and spending time with his English Bulldog "Lucy"

    Mark Perez

    Education

    Associate of Applied Science Physical Therapy Assistant
    Arapahoe Community College, 2010

    Bachelors of Arts in Integrative Physiology
    University of Colorado, 2007

    Massage Therapist

    Treatment Philosophy

    Mark believes in approaching each patient and their injury with compassion, and helping the therapist create a treatment plan based on the patient's individual needs. Mark believes these goals are reached through a combination of functional exercises, modalities, and manual therapy.

    Specialties include: Soft Tissue Massage and functional exercise.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Mark enjoys snowboarding, obstacle course/mud racing, playing acoustic and bass guitar, CrossFit training, and dragon boat racing.

    Megan Carr

    Education

    Bachelors in Exercise Science from Syracuse University
    PTA from Villa Maria College

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in treating the patient as a whole, and really listening to what they say, as opposed to just treating the body part that is in pain. I find that a lot of patients will really open up to you if you're willing to go the extra mile for them. I think that therapy should be fun, so I enjoy joking around with my patients. I also really enjoy the hands on approach that CACC encourages us to take. I know most people really benefit from STM and massage. Anything that makes the patient more comfortable!

    Interests and Hobbies

    I LOVE WORKING, but I really enjoy reading, hiking and kayaking, and anything involving dogs.

    Kyle Muth

    Education

    BS in Sports and Exercise, University of Northern Colorado

    Pima Medical Institute, Physical Therapist Assistant program

    Treatment Philosophy

    Getting patients to achieve the highest level of function by decreasing pain and increasing strength, flexibility and activities of daily living.
    Loves treating sports injuries, especially baseball.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Sports, hiking and outdoors, church, family and friends.

    Favorite Saying: When you’re completely secure with yourself nothing can shake you!

MEET OUR TALENTED STAFF

  • Aurora

    Jeff Moriarty

    Education

    Master of Physical Therapy (cum laude), May 2000
    Bachelor of Science
    American International College, Springfield, May 1999

    Treatment Philosophy

    Jeff believes in looking at the patient as a whole. By treating dysfunctional areas and movements—instead of only the area of pain to restore function—the patient can quickly return to prior levels of activity and prevent recurring injuries.


    Specialties: Trigger Point Dry Needling, Certified Functional Movement Screening Specialist.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Jeff likes to go hiking, skiing, camping, and scuba diving. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs.

    Kevin Gabrych

    Education

    Chapman University, Orange, CA Doctorate of Physical Therapy, May 2005
    University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
    BS Exercise and Sports Science, December 1999

    Certifications-Certified Muligan Practitioner (CMP)
    Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) 2000-2011

    Treatment Philosophy

    Kevin believes in enhancing and accelerating the body's natural healing mechanisms through manual and biomechanical techniques. Kevin teaches and educates patients how to overcome and prevent pathology that may lead to pain and dysfunction.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Kevin likes to play basketball, hike, go camping, and snowboard.

    Jennifer Zuzack

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy,
    Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA, May 2008

    Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
    Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA, May 2005

    Treatment Philosophy

    Jennifer focuses on orthopedics, including patients who are experiencing post-surgical and sports injury rehabilitation, and working with patients who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents and who have chronic pain issues.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Jennifer spends most of her free time being physically active and working out. She enjoys swimming, boot camps, biking, hiking, rock climbing, water and downhill skiing, camping, and running. She also enjoys traveling, going to the theater, reading, and coaching masters swimming at 24 Hour Fitness.

    Shana Bricker

    Education

    Andrews University - Doctorate of Physical Therapy
    Andrews University - Bachelors of Health Science

    Treatment Philosophy

    I treat with a multi-faceted approach, using the best of theory/philosophy for exercise prescription, manual therapy and modalities tailored to each client.
    THe emphasis should be on pain reduction, tissue healing and restoration of normal and effective movement patterns.

    I am Dry Needle Level 2 Certified.
    Trained in Myofascial Decompression Therapy (Cup Therapy) and in Graston Technique.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Shana, likes endurance sports including; biking, running and swimming. She also enjoys art, music and playing with her two dogs (ask her what their names are). She values spending time with her awesome family..

    Michael Barnett

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy; University of Mary 2008
    Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science; University of Mary 2005

    Treatment Philosophy

    Michael's focused approach to high quality care emphasizes manual therapy techniques, individualized exercise programs and functional training. THis approach enables me to address deficits that lead to the onset of pain and dysfunction as well as education to empower clients to care for themselves.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Spending time with my wife, son, friends and family.
    Michael loves hiking, biking, kayaking, camping and anything to do with sports.

    Anastasia Woods

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Marquette University
    Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Sciences, Marquette University

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in the combined benefits of manual therapy and a patient-specific exercise program to achieve the best results. Patient education and understanding of the plan of care is the key to success!

    She is a certified orthopedic manual therapist, COMT

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love cooking, baking, reading and exploring.
    Very much enjoying the transition from the Midwest to beautiful Colorado!

    Rob Rodriguez

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy -University of Saint Augustine - Health Sciences

    University of Iowa - B.A. Health and Human Physiology

    Treatment Philosophy

    Manual Therapy + Exercise (to reinforce movement) + Patient Education =
    Success!

    People are complex with several layers of impairments, but to be successful you must treat the cause. Clients need to be given the tools and be empowered to take control of their own health/condition when the time is right.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Rob Loves Music!
    He likes to play guitar, write and record songs. Loves seeing live local bands.
    He also enjoys hiking, camping, hockey, food

    Danielle Fogus

    Education

    Bachelors in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine- Ball State University
    Doctor of Physical Therapy- Indiana University

    Treatment Philosophy

    Danielle believes you have to look at the whole body and treat it as a system. Taking time to listen to her patients and find out the true source of the problem allows her patients to find success in their treatment. Keep moving…keep smiling!


    Specialties:
    Graston Technique
    Dry Needling
    Concussion Rehab/Return to Play

    Interests and Hobbies

    As a native from Northwest Indiana, I was always at the beach, which is where my love for paddle boarding started.(Indiana has the most beautiful beaches?)
    I also enjoys yoga, TRX, working out, biking, hiking, watching action movies, going to sporting events and most of all visiting my family and friends back in Indiana. (And lets not forget eating a good cheeseburger!)

    Stephanie Granda

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Texas Woman's University 2013
    BS in Biology, Southwestern University 2010

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is a combination of exercise to encourage proper movement using manual therapy and patient education.
    My goal is to give each client to tools to continue their functional improvement long after the are done with formal physical therapy.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love Running, Swimming, Spending time with friends and family.
    I am excited to experience all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer-Skiing, Hiking, Camping and Biking

    Jim Wink

    Education

    Associates Degree in Applied Science
    Physical Therapy Assistant June 1991

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe it is important to treat not only the physical but the emotional part of the patient. We develop individualized exercise programs that have emphasis on meeting the patients goals. I combine a manual base along with a good knowledge of exercise progression. I have a passion for what i do and my patients needs.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Jim enjoys camping, motorcycles and cheering on our hometown BRONCOS!
    The Orange Crush Is Back!

    Misty Liming

    Education

    Associate of Applied Science Physical Therapy Assistant
    Denver Technical College, December 1996

    Treatment Philosophy

    Misty believes that you have to restore mobility in order to restore function.  She uses treatment techniques that enhance the mobility of the affected muscles and joints, then implements exercises that will help return patients to their normal functional abilities.  Misty also spends time educating her patient’s about their injuries because it’s her opinion that being an informed patient makes you a better patient.

    Specialties: Graston technique; manual techniques, including soft tissue and joint mobilization of the extremities and spine.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In her spare time, Misty enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, going to concerts, camping, listening to music, and reading books with her son and on her own.

    Aimee Tovar

    Education

    Assc. of Applied Science - Physical Therapy Assistant
    Concorde College - 2015
    Spanish Speaking

    Treatment Philosophy

    I like to motivate our patients to reach their goals and help them achieve more than they think they can.

    Estamos aqui para ayudarle a lograr sus metas funcionales.
    (Translation: We’re here to help you achieve your functional goals)

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love to take walks in parks, road trips and spend time with my friends and family.

    Andy Trost

    Education

    B.A. Integrative Physiology
    CU Boulder - 2013

    Treatment Philosophy

    My approach to almost everything is scientific. I try to make solutions to every problem accessible and fun. I love to help patients with strength training, posture control, diet and weight issues that affect their lives.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am into skiing, skateboarding, backpacking and power-lifting.
    In the summer I love volleyball in the pool.

    Kimberly Hall

    Education

    Physical Therapist Assistant from Washtenaw Community College 2015
    In addition to her PTA, she is also a licensed massage therapist.

    Treatment Philosophy

    Her focus is using manual therapy and an individualized exercise program to fit each patient’s specific needs.
    Her specialties include myofascial release, trigger points, manual therapy and therapeutic massage.

    Interests and Hobbies

    When she is not working, Kimberly likes swimming, running, camping, and being outdoors.
    She likes cooking and baking, and hanging out with friends and family to watch football.


    Devan Zwygert

    Education

    B.S. Kinesiology/Exercise Physiology
    Kansas State University - 2014

    Treatment Philosophy

    My emphasis is training everyone to realize how we can’t just treat one isolated area because all surrounding body parts work as a unit together. My focus is on strength training, communication and biomechanics. That said, I try to make it fun. When working with patients, we tell jokes, I will sing to them and play games.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I'm from Kansas and a huge Royals, Chiefs and KC Wildcats fan; I love all sports and hiking, camping and hunting too.
    Denver Fans please don't hold that against me.

    Keenan Dunlap

    Education

    Penn State PTA
    Bachelors of Science from The Indiana University of Pennsylvania,

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is to try to treat every patient as if they are a family member and to progress them as quickly and safely as possible.

    Specialties: Orthopedics with a specialty in manual cervical skills.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I’m a diehard Notre Dame football and New York Yankees fan. I enjoy running, hiking and playing almost any sport. I recently started collecting and listening to vinyl records.

    Roberto Wharton

    Education

    Pima Medical Institute, Physical Therapist Assistant
    Remington College, Massage Therapist diploma

    Treatment Philosophy

    Treating every patient with respect and dignity in their most vulnerable time. Treating each person as a whole to restore health and wellness.
    "He is also fluent in Spanish"

    Interests and Hobbies

    Triathlon, cycling, coffee, spending time with my partner and friends.

    Lori Warmbrand

    Education

    Physical Therapy Assistant, PIMA Medical Institute

    Treatment Philosophy

    I am excited to use my skills to be a part of each individuals recovery.
    “I have an appreciation for watching patients return to their former level of function.”

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am a spin and yoga instructor. I love ice cream and cupcakes.

    Diana Hansen

    Education

    Education: Bachelors of Science, Microbiology, Colorado State University 2002
    Licenced Massage Therapist, Denver School of Massage Therapy, 2006

    Associates of Occupational Sciences, Colorado School of Healing Arts, 2014

    Certificates in Neuromuscular Massage, Lymph Drainage Massage, and Sports Massage

    Treatment Philosophy

    My goal with massage therapy is to help relieve pain caused by stress or injury so that my patients are able to lead happier, more productive lives. If the body is happy, then I truly believe that the mind and spirit are happy as well!

    Interests and Hobbies

    Running, Taekwon-Do, Scrapbooking, Football (watching)

  • Denver

    Kevin Goldthwaite

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Northwestern University 2014

    Treatment Philosophy

    I analyze movement and perform manual therapy to help patients overcome injuries. I custom design each exercise program to help our patients achieve their peak performance goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Outside of the clinic, I may be found hiking or skiing the slopes, weight training or playing with my new puppy.

    Jack Friesen

    Education

    Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina University and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Duke University.

    Treatment Philosophy

    Combining hands on – manual therapy – with corrective exercises in order to get the best outcomes.

    Manual therapy, corrective exercises, sports performance

    Interests and Hobbies

    Hockey, football, golf, basketball, fishing and camping.

    Tamra Nathan

    Education

    Masters of Science in Physical Therapy
    University of Miami, 2001



    Bachelors of Science in Psychology
    University of Florida, 1998

    Treatment Philosophy

    Tamra strives to involve each patient in their rehabilitation through self-management techniques. Tamra believes patients will achieve their goals faster, and with more success, if they are committed to their recovery during daily life—and not only when they are in the clinic. Tamra uses a variety of treatment approaches, and believes that every patient is an individual and must be evaluated and treated for the biomechanical problems specific for their body. Tamra also believes that therapy should be fun, relaxed, and a positive part of each patient’s day.

    Specialties: Tamra has been trained in The McKenzie Method, treating spine and disc injuries, and post-operative sports medicine techniques.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In her spare time, Tamra enjoys spending time with her kids.

    Monique Siebenthal

    Education

    Doctorate in Physical Therapy
    University of Colorado, Denver, May 2010

    Bachelor of Science in Biology
    University of Portland, Portland, OR
, May 2006

    Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
    University of Portland, Portland, OR
, May 2006

    Treatment Philosophy

    Monique believes in making physical therapy meaningful and functional to allow for a personalized and positive experience. A lifelong athlete, Monique is in touch with patient goals, observes movement and biomechanics, and understands physical requirements.
    Specialties: Sport-related injuries and return to sport, jumping and landing mechanics, treating patients with ACL repairs, and decreasing risk of tears.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In her spare time, Monique likes to play volleyball, basketball, and softball. She also likes to go snowboarding, camping, travel, and spoil her dog.

    Sydney Gettel

    Education

    The University of Oklahoma, Bachelor of Fine Arts
    Pueblo Community College, PTA

    Treatment Philosophy

    I work with the patient to get them back to their previous level of function or higher, while making their experience as enjoyable as possible.

    Specialties: Kinesio taping

    Interests and Hobbies

    Golfing, dancing, cooking, baking, hiking, fishing. I love watching any and all OU Sooner sporting events.

    Jay Arnold

    Education

    Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Fox College in Illinois.
    Bachelor’s of science in biology from Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe that overall strength and well being starts with building and maintaining core strength and maintaining flexibility. I also believe that is is very important that everyone finds activities to participate in that help to maintain a well functioning body. We don’t all have the same interests, so it’s important to find something that works for you.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy playing hockey and participating in all sorts of outdoor activities, including snowboarding/skiing, hiking, rock climbing and camping. I like to keep active and am always looking into trying something new.

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    Allison LaRoach

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Colorado 2012
    BS in Biology, Chapman University 2009

    Treatment Philosophy

    Manual therapy and exercise to improve function and help clients reach their goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Spending time with family and friends, watching Colorado sports teams and traveling.

    Susanna Clark

    Education

    2007 - Bachelor of Science in biology from Loyola College, Maryland
    2010 – Doctor of Physical Therapy from George Washington University
    2012 - Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

    Treatment Philosophy

    Every patient is unique and needs to be treated that way. You have to take the whole person into account when treating in order to get them back to what they love

    Interests and Hobbies

    Love to treat knees, hips and low back
    Will get sports participants back to playing

    Love to do anything outside, especially hiking, camping, skiing. Big sports fan, especially football. Love to entertain.

    Mark Navilliat

    Education

    Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy
    University of Connecticut, May 1985

    Treatment Philosophy

    Mark's treatment philosophy is one that gives the patient relief from his/her symptoms, educates the patient on how to improve his/her function, and prevents possible recurrences. In addition, Mark works to develop a clinic that strives for excellence in all aspects of patient care. He accomplishes this by carefully selecting and training highly competent therapists and staff to support the clinic's high demand for outstanding customer service.

    Specialties include: Graston, Trigger Point Dry Needling, and Manual Therapy techniques.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Mark likes to play baseball, snowboard, travel, spend time with his family, and hang out with his best friends.

  • Parker

    Paul Skramstad

    Education

    Bachalor of Science in Physical Therapy
    University of Colorado, 1989

    Treatment Philosophy

    Paul is one of the owners of CACC and is based out of the company’s Parker clinic. Paul’s treatment philosophy is based on getting his patients involved in their recovery process. He believes that in order for success, the patient must be equally committed and as involved as the therapist. Paul always strives to maintain an upbeat atmosphere at his clinic, which enables everyone to enjoy themself while improving their physical fitness and performance.

    During his 25-year career, Paul has broadened his scope of therapy to include: The McKenzie Method treatment techniques, Graston, Manual Therapy, and Trigger Point Dry Needling.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Paul enjoys scuba diving, skiing, hiking, shooting, hunting, drag racing, and riding his motorcycle. He is always up for a motorcycle ride, and welcomes new riding partners!

    Alison Charipar

    Education

    2013 - University of Iowa, Doctorate of Physical Therapy
    2011 – Iowa State University, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

    Treatment Philosophy

    I work to combine manual therapy techniques with an exercise program tailored to each patient, focusing on their goals in order to get them back to doing what they love to do. I believe in hard work and team work, educating patients on their injuries and reason behind the treatment is the key to successful rehabilitation. I believe in making rehab fun; sometimes laughter is the best medicine!

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy spending time with friends and family, traveling, hiking, skiing, going to comedy shows and trying out new recipes.

    Kirsten Sabotnik

    Education

    University of Colorado at Boulder with a B.A. in Psychology, cum laude in 2008
    University of New York at Stony Brook with my doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014.

    Treatment Philosophy

    I utilize a balance approach to treatment, incorporating manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise to help get my patients back to the activities they love. I believe that one of the most important components of treatment is building a comfortable, trusting relationship with my patients.
    My clinic experience thus far has been primarily in outpatient orthopedics. I enjoy treatment patient with TMJ dysfunctions, and have received additional training vestibular rehabilitation.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am an Irish dancer who has performed competitively and professionally. I continue to dance recreationally. I have a passion for music and was a DJ of my own weekly radio show at Stony Brook University’s radio station. I enjoy going to concerts, reading and cooking. I am excited to return to hiking and camping now that I’ve come back home to Colorado!

    Richard Wagner

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy, Nazareth College of Rochester

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in a treatment approach that utilizes an individualized approach that initially focuses on pain management through the use of manaul therapy techniqes as well as the identification and correction of movement impairments. Then when appropriate, progressing the focus of treatment to restoring prior level of function through corrective exercises and education. I always strive to maintain a fun and positive working environment during treatment sessions. I believe it helps with the healing process.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, disc golf, and spending time with his English Bulldog "Lucy"

    Mark Perez

    Education

    Associate of Applied Science Physical Therapy Assistant
    Arapahoe Community College, 2010

    Bachelors of Arts in Integrative Physiology
    University of Colorado, 2007

    Massage Therapist

    Treatment Philosophy

    Mark believes in approaching each patient and their injury with compassion, and helping the therapist create a treatment plan based on the patient's individual needs. Mark believes these goals are reached through a combination of functional exercises, modalities, and manual therapy.

    Specialties include: Soft Tissue Massage and functional exercise.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Mark enjoys snowboarding, obstacle course/mud racing, playing acoustic and bass guitar, CrossFit training, and dragon boat racing.

    Megan Carr

    Education

    Bachelors in Exercise Science from Syracuse University
    PTA from Villa Maria College

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in treating the patient as a whole, and really listening to what they say, as opposed to just treating the body part that is in pain. I find that a lot of patients will really open up to you if you're willing to go the extra mile for them. I think that therapy should be fun, so I enjoy joking around with my patients. I also really enjoy the hands on approach that CACC encourages us to take. I know most people really benefit from STM and massage. Anything that makes the patient more comfortable!

    Interests and Hobbies

    I LOVE WORKING, but I really enjoy reading, hiking and kayaking, and anything involving dogs.

    Kyle Muth

    Education

    BS in Sports and Exercise, University of Northern Colorado

    Pima Medical Institute, Physical Therapist Assistant program

    Treatment Philosophy

    Getting patients to achieve the highest level of function by decreasing pain and increasing strength, flexibility and activities of daily living.
    Loves treating sports injuries, especially baseball.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Sports, hiking and outdoors, church, family and friends.

    Favorite Saying: When you’re completely secure with yourself nothing can shake you!