CACC Denver Physical Therapy

We Improve Movement Through Life!

CACC Denver Physical Therapy is a private outpatient physical therapy clinic. In the clinic’s more than 38 years in business, CACC has become Denver’s recognized leader in orthopedic rehabilitation, work injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, motor vehicle accident injuries, sports medicine, and hand rehabilitation. Our physical therapists are some of the most highly trained in Colorado. Our clinical expertise is achieved by continually honing our skills through advanced educational programs. Our orthopedic specialists excel in facilitating the rehabilitation of the spine, knees , shoulders and hips. CACC also provides the leading total joint replacement rehabilitation program in Denver for hips and knees. Our pediatric specialists see children age 6 and up, and treatments generally focus on improving gross and fine motor skills, balance and coordination, strength, and endurance. CACC’s vestibular specialists help patients with neurological disorders, including partial paralysis, poor balance, difficulty walking, and loss of independence. The goal of physical therapy is to help you return your body to full function after an injury. But for the team at CACC, that’s not enough. We go the extra mile to maximize your success.

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CACC has 6 locations around the Denver area for your convenience.

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CACC 2022 Holiday Cookbook

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Posted Nov 14, 2022
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