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

  • Maddie Dow

    DPT - Clinic Director

    Alex Ramos

    DPT - Clinic Director

    Jennifer Zuzack

    DPT

    Shana Bricker

    DPT, OCS

    Thomas Baker

    DPT

    David Shaw

    DPT

    Miranda Bates

    OT - Hand Therapist

    Ariela Halzel

    DPT

    Kathryn O’brien

    DPT

    Aimee Tovar

    PTA

    Kimberly Hall

    PTA

    Michaela Wilson

    PTA

    Andy Trost

    PTA

    Joey Kloss

    PTA

    Lovia Dixon

    PTA

    Caroline Ratterree

    PTA

    Jim Wink

    PTA

    Maddie Dow

    Education

    Doctorate in Physical Therapy - 2021
    - University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus
    Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Science and Minor in Pre-Therapeutic Psychology - 2019
    - Point Loma Nazarene University

    Treatment Philosophy

    Maddie enjoys working with patients of all ages. Maddie collaborates with her patient’s goals and uses their ambitions, whether it is skiing, playing with their kids, or simply walking, to drive their treatment. She utilizes evidence-based practice in combination with manual therapy and functional movement assessments to drive the treatment sessions and return her patients to living a more active lifestyle.
    Maddie is working towards her Manual Therapy Certification (MTC) through the University of St. Augustine

    Interests and Hobbies

    Originally from San Diego, Maddie moved to Colorado for the mountains and the outdoors. She enjoys hiking, yoga, weight training, and caring for her house plants, as well as spending time with family and friends.

    Alex Ramos

    Education

    -Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences - December 2021
    -Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Liberty University – May 2017

    Treatment Philosophy

    I am passionate about meeting patients where they are to bridge the gap from injury to health and longevity. I want to work alongside you as a guide to facilitate progress in your rehab journey. I use a combination of a fitness forward mindset, manual therapy, and functional activities to work with you in progressing you towards your goals!

    Professional Certifications include:
    Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (NSCA)
    Level 1 Olympic Weightlifting Coach (USAW)
    Level 1 CrossFit Trainer

    Interests and Hobbies

    Anything outside! I love hiking with my dog, a good cup of coffee, Spikeball, weightlifting, exploring all the local breweries with friends and rooting for the Jacksonville Jaguars (Duvaaal!)

    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

    I believe in helping the body heal through a hands-on treatment approach then providing the patient with specific exercises aimed at helping them maintain their progress, reach their goals and prevent future injury. Educating the patient on their diagnosis and expectations is important for recovery and preventing reoccurrence.

    I am Level 2 Trigger Point Dry Needle certified

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am a former college swimmer and continue to swim for my mental and physical well-being. In my spare time I love to travel, hike and camp as well as water and downhill ski. My miniature schnauzer, Sadie, also loves joining me for the outdoor adventures!

    Shana Bricker

    Education

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

    Certifications- Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
    Pre-pregnancy, Prenatal, and Post-Partum obstetric physical therapy

    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.

    Pre-pregnancy, Prenatal, and Post-Partum obstetric physical therapy trained.
    I have two young children myself and would love to work with more women through that time of their lives and the physical changes that come with i

    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..

    Thomas Baker

    Education

    Bachelors of Science – Exercise Science – Slippery Rock University of PA (2017)
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy – Slippery Rock University of PA (2020)
    Certificate of Dry Needling

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in giving patients the tools and knowledge to get them back to doing the things they love. I enjoy using manual therapy techniques as an accessory for treatment and focusing on exercise and education as the bulk of my treatment so patients can take their therapy home. My goal is to get you back to doing the things that make you happy and keep you doing them.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I’ve always been an active person and enjoy staying active whether it be skiing, hiking, golfing or something new. I also enjoy traveling and exploring new restaurants, cities, and countries and will take any opportunity to take a trip.

    David Shaw

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy - Regis University 2020-2023
    Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Exercise Science - Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 2011-2016

    Treatment Philosophy

    I create relationships, build trust, and champion clients throughout their experience. I prioritize function and longevity for all ages, conditions, and activity levels. I have special interests in orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, manual therapy, and dry needling. I empower others to advocate for their health and wellness. I don't shy away from a good challenge or great conversation!

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my free time, I spend quality time with my wife and 2 lazy labs, Marley and Chip. I also enjoy working out in my home gym, watching sports, listening to music, and working on home improvement projects. And, if I had all the free time in the world, I would play golf every day!

    Miranda Bates

    Education

    Albion College, Exercise Science: June 2017
    The University of St Augustine, Occupational Therapy: September 2020

    Treatment Philosophy

    Treat each patient like they have the ability to regain function and improve quality of life through meaningful exercises and activities that focus on what they need to do and what they enjoy doing. Everyone is unique, so they need to be treated as such

    Interests and Hobbies

    Being in the mountains, hiking, snowboarding, camping. I enjoy challenging myself with 14ers. I like a good sunrise/sunset. I enjoy spending time with family and friends; lots of laughter. Big sports fan, and huge music lover.

    Ariela Halzel

    Education

    Bachelors of Science in Integrative Physiology, University of Colorado Boulder, 2017
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Nova Southeastern University, 2021

    Treatment Philosophy

    I utilize evidence based research to create an individualized treatment plan for you. I strive to help you achieve your personal functional goals through education, hands on techniques, and a main focus on exercise so that you are able to maintain your progress independently and keep doing the things you enjoy.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time, I love to stay active, travel, and be outdoors. I enjoy hiking, paddle boarding, weightlifting, Pilates, and hanging out with family and friends.

    Kathryn O’brien

    Education

    Saint Louis University:
    Saint Louis University: Doctorate in Physical Therapy: May of 2021.

    Treatment Philosophy

    I strongly believe in prioritizing in alignment with the patient's goals. Treatment should be individualized to help the patient return to their desired activities and quality of life. We do this through hands on treatment, education, and physical training to ensure safe resumption of previously performed obligations and hobbies alike

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy dance and acrobatics. I have learned various ballroom styles over the year, both traditional and social. I recently have started taking arial dace as well. My favorite apparatus is Lyra. Previously I have enjoyed soccer, rock climbing, skiing, and tumbling. My more calm interests include baking, knitting, and reading.

    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.

    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.


    Michaela Wilson

    Education

    B.S. Exercise Science from Colorado Mesa University
    Associates of Occupational Studies from PIMA Medical Institute

    Treatment Philosophy

    Hands on with each patient is a way to make a connection with each patient and to understand better what might be going on with their diagnosis and how to treat from there. It is about getting them back to as much function as possible.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Hiking, reading, being outdoors, knitting, and being with family, friends, and my dog.

    Andy Trost

    Education

    PTA Pima University 2019

    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.

    Joey Kloss

    Education

    South University, Tampa FL
    A.S. in Physical Therapy Assistant
    March 2020

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe everybody is unique and different, therefore they should be treated as such in physical therapy . I'm big into finding out patient's functional goals for Physical Therapy or anything important in their life they feel limited in doing and helping them get back to 100 % .

    Interests and Hobbies

    I'm a big sports junkie so I'm constantly spending my free time doing anything sports related, either watching or playing. In the summer you can find me spending most of my time at the golf course and in the winter on the mountain snowboarding.

    Lovia Dixon

    Education

    Denver School of Massage Therapy: 2010-2011
    Physical Therapist Assistant Concorde Career College: 2022-2023

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is still evolving as I figure out who I am as a Physical therapist Assistant. I like to listen to the body during my treatment sessions. I feel that the phrase “No pain, No gain” I feel is detrimental to an extent. Therapy should never be painful, you should feel like you are working out, but never making the pain worse. I think listening to the body is super important, it will tell you when it has had enough, and I don’t think ushing past that point is helpful to a patient's therapy journey.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Some of my hobbies and interests are listening to Podcasts, reading, hiking, and getting back into baking! I love music of all kinds and will watch almost any movie. I love spending time with my family, partner and my friends as often as I can.

    Caroline Ratterree

    Education

    Bachelor of Arts- Radford University 2012 - played volleyball and ran track
    Physical Therapy Assistant - Pima Medical Institute 2023

    Treatment Philosophy

    I love trail running and hiking - I plan to finish the Colorado 14ers in 2024. I also like redesigning old furniture and interior decorating. Played college volleyball and ran track.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I believe that coming to physical therapy should be challenging, but also enjoyable. My hope is that all my patients feel welcome and encouraged, and that they leave every session feeling proud of what they accomplished. Ultimately, my goal is to help people live at their highest level of physical function so they can stay connected with the activities they enjoy the most.

    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!

  • Leigh Moss

    DPT - Clinic Director

    Joseph Aquilato

    DPT

    Madelyn Bilbo

    DPT

    Elliott Stern

    PTA

    Isaac Montoya

    PTA

    Leigh Moss

    Education

    Harding University Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science 2016

    Hardin Simmons University Doctorate of Physical therapy 2018

    Treatment Philosophy

    Using a combination of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular approach to create a functional approached treatment plan specific to each patient

    Interests and Hobbies

    -Long distance running and weight lifting
    -Hiking
    -Trying out new local restaurants to try delicious and unique foods

    Joseph Aquilato

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - West Virginia University
    Bachelors of Exercise Physiology - West Virginia University

    Treatment Philosophy

    I strive to improve people's lives through movement by encouraging education, exercise, and proper mechanics. My methods are based on the most recent evidence-based research which allows me to confidently and effectively treat patients.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time I enjoy spending time with friends and family, practicing various forms of martial arts and exploring the outdoors.

    Madelyn Bilbo

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy from CU Anschutz (2023)
    ACE Certified Personal Trainer with Corrective Exercise emphasis (2016)
    Bachelor of Arts of Integrative Physiology from CU Boulders (2019)

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is first and foremost patient centered. I want to encourage a welcoming, relaxing, and helpful environment for treatment. I want to give you as much undivided and personalized care as I can. Additionally, since I used to be a personal trainer, I am exercise forward with my treatments, as well as use of dry needling and massage. I also have a strong background in sports as I've played multiple sports, danced, and treated many different types of athletes.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love to be active as much as possible, so all sports and dancing are fun to me! I mostly spend time playing volleyball & dancing west coast swing but I also love hiking, snowboarding, & camping when I get the chance! I also enjoy chilling with my friends and my dog Gucci

    Elliott Stern

    Education

    Associate of Applied Health Science PTA (2018-2020)
    Morton College (Cicero, IL)

    Bachelor of Kinesiology (2013-2017)
    University of Illinois at Chicago

    Treatment Philosophy

    I strive to minimize individuals' pain, movement limitations, and pathologies through educating patients in proper mechanics, exercises, stretches, breathing, and movement patterns so they may take control of their own experiences with movement.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time I love to rock climb, hike, go camping, dancing, and go on adventures and new experiences with awesome people.

    Isaac Montoya

    Education

    2012 Lasell College - BA in Exercise Science
    2022 Western Tech - PTA

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe that every patient is unique and that to achieve the best outcome in therapy, there needs to be an understanding of what the patient needs to do and enjoys doing in their daily lives. Once I understand the person I am working with, I can tailor a treatment plan specific to that person to help them recover from any functional limitation as well as help them regain the ability to do the things they love to do.

    Interests and Hobbies

    On my free time I enjoy doing anything active. I spend a lot of my free time running, weight training, and playing the occasional game of basketball.

  • Allison LaRoach

    DPT

    Matthew Deneau

    DPT

    Antoinette “Annie” Braa

    Clinic Director - PTA

    Meghan Swirzcki

    PTA

    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.

    Matthew Deneau

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy – University of Colorado Denver
    B.S. in Finance – University of Colorado Boulder

    Treatment Philosophy

    Matt treats each person as an individual and utilizes exercise prescription, manual therapy, and modalities to maximize recovery. As each patient has limited time in the clinic, Matt’s goal is to help them develop the confidence and self-efficacy to continue their progress at home.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Matt enjoys spending as much time as possible in the mountains, especially with family and friends. Matt also enjoys running, reading, cooking, performance arts, and playing video games.

    Antoinette “Annie” Braa

    Education

    Bachelor’s of Science degree from University of Wisconsin, Madison and received her associate PTA degree from PIMA Medical Institute.

    Treatment Philosophy

    We can work together to make lives happier. I like to emphasize body mechanics in my treatments.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love hiking, travel and restaurants.

    Meghan Swirzcki

    Education

    PIMA Medical Institute - Physical Therapy Assistant Program

    University of Wyoming - BS in Kinesiology

    Treatment Philosophy

    Treating every patient as an individual and making sure they are involved in their treatment.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In Clinic, I'm very interested in Sports Injuries and Preventive care. Outside of work I love the lake/water sports, hiking, and attempting to train for races (running and triathlons).

  • Brigette Caruthers

    DPT - Clinic Director

    Sydni Harris

    DPT

    Mitchell Guth

    DPT

    Rush Hendricks

    DPT, OCS

    Mark Perez

    PTA / Massage Therapist

    Madison Garst

    PTA

    Brigette Caruthers

    Education

    Bachelors in Health Sciences with an Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Minor - University of Central Arkansas (2013-2017)
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - University of Central Arkansas (2017-2020)
    Currently pursuing Manual Therapy Certification through the University of St. Augustine

    Treatment Philosophy

    I emphasize patient education above all else. I am here to help you take control of your health. My goal is for you to understand your pain/injury, learn strategies to treat and manage it, and help you diminish the role it plays in your life. I believe in building a healthy relationship with the body and together we will discover what that looks like for you.

    Interests and Hobbies

    My favorite topics of discussion at the clinic are movies/tv shows, music, and food! I have an endless supply of movie/show recommendations and I am constantly seeking new restaurant/recipe suggestions. I like to stay fit through running, bouldering, yoga, hiking, snowboarding, volleyball, and any/all other outdoor activities.

    Sydni Harris

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy
    Gannon University - Sun City Center, FL - May 2021

    Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
    Nebraska Wesleyan University - Lincoln, NE - May 2018

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in improving function through education, hands on treatment, exercise and evidence based practice. I think the patient should have just as much say in their treatment as I do in order to achieve the best outcomes possible.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy doing anything and everything outside. Hiking and camping are my two favorite activities but I also love golf, pickleball, snowboarding, running, watching movies, hanging out with my cat plus much much more!

    Mitchell Guth

    Education

    Old Dominion University – Doctor of Physical Therapy – 05/2019

    Virginia Tech – Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition Food & Exercise – 05/2016

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe that educating the patient on what is going on with their body is the most important part of physical therapy. Once patients understand what is happening and how exercise and manual therapy can benefit them, then both the patient and therapist can work together to meet their goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy hiking in the mountains, running ultramarathons, playing with my Rhodesian Ridgeback dog, and making hard cider.

    Rush Hendricks

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)- University of South Alabama
    Dean's Award for Academic Excellence- 2017

    Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (BS)- University of South Alabama
    Student-Athlete (Football) 2010-2014

    Board Certification in Orthopedic Physical Therapy (OCS)
    American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties

    Certification in Dry Needling (CDNT)
    Institute for Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments

    Treatment Philosophy

    This profession allows me to help people, help themselves. My treatment philosophy is to empower people to lead better lives by regaining, retaining, and improving their mobility and function. My goal is to facilitate confidence and independence that lasts beyond a physical therapy plan of care.

    Interests and Hobbies

    As a Colorado transplant, I enjoy exploring the region through hiking and skiing. I also enjoy traveling, domestically and abroad. After visiting all fifty states, I am currently working on visiting all seven continents; five down, two to go!

    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.

    Madison Garst

    Education

    Bachelors of Applied Science-Health and Exercise Science/Regis University

    Associates Degree-Physical Therapist Assistant/Arapahoe Community College

    Treatment Philosophy

    The goal of individualized care to help patients return to life with as much normalcy as possible. Coaching about pain and tolerance as well as when to push and challenge themselves to grow towards improvement. Creating a fun, open environment to ensure that patients come in ready and willing to get better, no matter the challenge.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Watching movies/TV shows; Crafting; Cooking; Leisurely walks; playing with m cat

  • Justin Rice

    Clinic Director - DPT

    Arianna Armendariz

    DPT

    Lauren Ulrich

    DPT

    Justin Rice

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy - University of Toledo 2012-2015

    Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology, Minor in Athletic Training - University of Mount Union 2008-2012

    Treatment Philosophy

    Justin specializes in Manual Therapy, TMJ Therapy, Vestibular Therapy, Workers Comp. and Sports Medicine. Justin puts a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice with his treatment methods utilizing a combination of manual therapy and functional exercise to get his patients back to their highest level. He has taken multiple advanced continuing education classes on the cervical, thoracic, & lumbar spine.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Justin is married and a proud father of two little girls. He really enjoys the great outdoors whether it be rock climbing, hiking, camping, playing golf in the summer or skiing and snowboarding in the winter. Justin is an avid football and golf fan when it comes to traditional sports. Justin was a collegiate football player at the University of Mount Union.

    Arianna Armendariz

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy—Regis University Class of 2022
    Bachelors of Science in Biology with minors in chemistry and business administration – Colorado State University-Pueblo (2014-2018)

    Treatment Philosophy

    I am devoted to working alongside colleagues in the healthcare field to create individualized care for each of my patients. I am committed to providing quality physical therapy through my touchstone values of compassion, kindness, and accountability.

    Arianna is certified in dry needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. She has taken continuing education courses for TMJ physical therapy and has aspirations to become a craniofacial specialist. She is also interested in furthering her training with vestibular and pelvic health continuing education courses in the future.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy collecting magnets and mugs, exploring hiking trails, hanging out with my many dogs, reading a good mystery or thriller book

    Lauren Ulrich

    Education

    Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training - Bethel College, Kansas 2016

    Doctor of Physical Therapy - Regis University 2020

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in providing high quality individualized care for all of my patients. I use a combination of manual therapy techniques and creative therapeutic exercises to help patients meet their goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy hiking to alpine lakes, camping, skiing, playing basketball and listening to a good audiobook.

  • Chris Lowrimore

    DPT - Clinic Director

    Glenn Wellmann

    DPT

    Alysa Beyers

    PTA

    Chris Lowrimore

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Regis University 2016-2019

    Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology - Gonzaga University 2011-2015

    Treatment Philosophy

    Chris is dedicated to individualizing patient care to their specific needs. He utilizes a mix of Manual Therapy and specific exercise to get patients back to the activities they love. He is passionate about leaving a positive influence on every person he comes into contact with. He also has taken several advanced courses in Dry Needling, Vestibular Rehab Therapy, and Spinal Manipulation in order to aid his patients with the highest level of evidence-based practice.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Chris enjoys spending time with his fiancé and her dog, trying to find the best restaurants and breweries in town. He is a hiker and mountaineer, enthusiastically adding to his 14er tally every year. Chris has a love for sports and the outdoors, as he skis, camps, snowshoes, and was a collegiate goalkeeper for Gonzaga University Soccer.

    Glenn Wellmann

    Education

    Undergrad: Northeastern University
    ​‌Graduate: Northeastern University - Doctor of Physical Therapy- Graduated 2017

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment is based on a combination of orthopedic expertise and empathy. I aim to get to know the whole person to help you meet your specific needs and goals in a timely and efficient manner. By getting to know you as a person first, I can create a plan that goes beyond the surface level and addresses all relevant concerns. With a strong focus on evidence-based, patient focused care and a passion for continuing education (including training in FMS, PRI, manual therapy, strength and conditioning, and TMJ, among others), I aim to be constantly improving so I can provide you with the highest possible level of care.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time I enjoy exploring Colorado, including hiking, skiing, biking and road trips. I also enjoy playing hockey, golf, pickleball and generally staying active. If I'm not in the mountains or playing sports, I enjoy spending time with my dog, playing guitar, going to concerts or checking out new restaurants.

    Alysa Beyers

    Education

    Bachelors Exercise Science with Concentration in Pre-Therapeutic Therapy from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania August 2017- May 2021
    Concorde Career College Aurora CO. Associate of Applied Science- Physical Therapist Assistant: Graduation April 2023- April

    Treatment Philosophy

    "How Can I Help"?
    I educate and treat my patients with a variety of exercises, modalities, and manual therapies to help each individual understand how to listen to their bodies. Assisting each patient to achieve their best quality of life.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am a huge foodie; I love to cook and most of all eat! Outside of food I love a good book and am always looking for new pages to get lost in. My dog kiba is my love and he and I enjoy going out on a hike and just being outside in the sun.

  • Chasten Rogge

    Clinic Director - DPT

    Justin Hua

    DPT

    Chasten Rogge

    Education

    BS in Human Performance from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (2015)
    DPT from Clarke University in Dubuque, IA (2018)

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in patient education and promoting self-sufficiency via therapeutic exercise. I will guide you through the therapy process and prescribe specific exercises and incorporate manual techniques to jump-start and/or maintain the healing process. Only a small amount of time is spent in therapy and I want to provide the instruction and motivation to promote change.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am an outdoorsman at heart. I love archery and hunting in my home state of WI, but am excited to begin elk hunting in CO! I am also a huge sports fan (packers & badgers especially) and enjoy fishing, cooking, and resistance training. Overall, I enjoy being active and hanging out with friends and family!

    Justin Hua

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Regis University (2023)
    Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology - Oregon State University (2018)

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in empowering my patients to manage their own bodies through evidence-based practice and individualized care. In addition to using manual techniques to assist the healing process, I will also guide you through specific exercises to get you better than before. I have taken advanced courses for the shoulder and low back as well as my Dry Needling certification. I am always seeking new opportunities to learn.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I like staying active and going to the gym as my main form of exercise. I moved here from Oregon a few years ago and look forward to snowboarding all winter and hiking in the summer. I enjoy watching all types of sports, primarily football, basketball, MMA, and water polo when it is on! I also value my time at home and spend it cooking, watching movies/tv (Jeopardy) and spending time with friends and family.

MEET OUR TALENTED STAFF

  • Aurora

    Maddie Dow

    Education

    Doctorate in Physical Therapy - 2021
    - University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus
    Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Science and Minor in Pre-Therapeutic Psychology - 2019
    - Point Loma Nazarene University

    Treatment Philosophy

    Maddie enjoys working with patients of all ages. Maddie collaborates with her patient’s goals and uses their ambitions, whether it is skiing, playing with their kids, or simply walking, to drive their treatment. She utilizes evidence-based practice in combination with manual therapy and functional movement assessments to drive the treatment sessions and return her patients to living a more active lifestyle.
    Maddie is working towards her Manual Therapy Certification (MTC) through the University of St. Augustine

    Interests and Hobbies

    Originally from San Diego, Maddie moved to Colorado for the mountains and the outdoors. She enjoys hiking, yoga, weight training, and caring for her house plants, as well as spending time with family and friends.

    Alex Ramos

    Education

    -Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences - December 2021
    -Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Liberty University – May 2017

    Treatment Philosophy

    I am passionate about meeting patients where they are to bridge the gap from injury to health and longevity. I want to work alongside you as a guide to facilitate progress in your rehab journey. I use a combination of a fitness forward mindset, manual therapy, and functional activities to work with you in progressing you towards your goals!

    Professional Certifications include:
    Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (NSCA)
    Level 1 Olympic Weightlifting Coach (USAW)
    Level 1 CrossFit Trainer

    Interests and Hobbies

    Anything outside! I love hiking with my dog, a good cup of coffee, Spikeball, weightlifting, exploring all the local breweries with friends and rooting for the Jacksonville Jaguars (Duvaaal!)

    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

    I believe in helping the body heal through a hands-on treatment approach then providing the patient with specific exercises aimed at helping them maintain their progress, reach their goals and prevent future injury. Educating the patient on their diagnosis and expectations is important for recovery and preventing reoccurrence.

    I am Level 2 Trigger Point Dry Needle certified

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am a former college swimmer and continue to swim for my mental and physical well-being. In my spare time I love to travel, hike and camp as well as water and downhill ski. My miniature schnauzer, Sadie, also loves joining me for the outdoor adventures!

    Shana Bricker

    Education

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

    Certifications- Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
    Pre-pregnancy, Prenatal, and Post-Partum obstetric physical therapy

    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.

    Pre-pregnancy, Prenatal, and Post-Partum obstetric physical therapy trained.
    I have two young children myself and would love to work with more women through that time of their lives and the physical changes that come with i

    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..

    Thomas Baker

    Education

    Bachelors of Science – Exercise Science – Slippery Rock University of PA (2017)
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy – Slippery Rock University of PA (2020)
    Certificate of Dry Needling

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in giving patients the tools and knowledge to get them back to doing the things they love. I enjoy using manual therapy techniques as an accessory for treatment and focusing on exercise and education as the bulk of my treatment so patients can take their therapy home. My goal is to get you back to doing the things that make you happy and keep you doing them.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I’ve always been an active person and enjoy staying active whether it be skiing, hiking, golfing or something new. I also enjoy traveling and exploring new restaurants, cities, and countries and will take any opportunity to take a trip.

    David Shaw

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy - Regis University 2020-2023
    Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Exercise Science - Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 2011-2016

    Treatment Philosophy

    I create relationships, build trust, and champion clients throughout their experience. I prioritize function and longevity for all ages, conditions, and activity levels. I have special interests in orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, manual therapy, and dry needling. I empower others to advocate for their health and wellness. I don't shy away from a good challenge or great conversation!

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my free time, I spend quality time with my wife and 2 lazy labs, Marley and Chip. I also enjoy working out in my home gym, watching sports, listening to music, and working on home improvement projects. And, if I had all the free time in the world, I would play golf every day!

    Miranda Bates

    Education

    Albion College, Exercise Science: June 2017
    The University of St Augustine, Occupational Therapy: September 2020

    Treatment Philosophy

    Treat each patient like they have the ability to regain function and improve quality of life through meaningful exercises and activities that focus on what they need to do and what they enjoy doing. Everyone is unique, so they need to be treated as such

    Interests and Hobbies

    Being in the mountains, hiking, snowboarding, camping. I enjoy challenging myself with 14ers. I like a good sunrise/sunset. I enjoy spending time with family and friends; lots of laughter. Big sports fan, and huge music lover.

    Ariela Halzel

    Education

    Bachelors of Science in Integrative Physiology, University of Colorado Boulder, 2017
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Nova Southeastern University, 2021

    Treatment Philosophy

    I utilize evidence based research to create an individualized treatment plan for you. I strive to help you achieve your personal functional goals through education, hands on techniques, and a main focus on exercise so that you are able to maintain your progress independently and keep doing the things you enjoy.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time, I love to stay active, travel, and be outdoors. I enjoy hiking, paddle boarding, weightlifting, Pilates, and hanging out with family and friends.

    Kathryn O’brien

    Education

    Saint Louis University:
    Saint Louis University: Doctorate in Physical Therapy: May of 2021.

    Treatment Philosophy

    I strongly believe in prioritizing in alignment with the patient's goals. Treatment should be individualized to help the patient return to their desired activities and quality of life. We do this through hands on treatment, education, and physical training to ensure safe resumption of previously performed obligations and hobbies alike

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy dance and acrobatics. I have learned various ballroom styles over the year, both traditional and social. I recently have started taking arial dace as well. My favorite apparatus is Lyra. Previously I have enjoyed soccer, rock climbing, skiing, and tumbling. My more calm interests include baking, knitting, and reading.

    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.

    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.


    Michaela Wilson

    Education

    B.S. Exercise Science from Colorado Mesa University
    Associates of Occupational Studies from PIMA Medical Institute

    Treatment Philosophy

    Hands on with each patient is a way to make a connection with each patient and to understand better what might be going on with their diagnosis and how to treat from there. It is about getting them back to as much function as possible.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Hiking, reading, being outdoors, knitting, and being with family, friends, and my dog.

    Andy Trost

    Education

    PTA Pima University 2019

    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.

    Joey Kloss

    Education

    South University, Tampa FL
    A.S. in Physical Therapy Assistant
    March 2020

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe everybody is unique and different, therefore they should be treated as such in physical therapy . I'm big into finding out patient's functional goals for Physical Therapy or anything important in their life they feel limited in doing and helping them get back to 100 % .

    Interests and Hobbies

    I'm a big sports junkie so I'm constantly spending my free time doing anything sports related, either watching or playing. In the summer you can find me spending most of my time at the golf course and in the winter on the mountain snowboarding.

    Lovia Dixon

    Education

    Denver School of Massage Therapy: 2010-2011
    Physical Therapist Assistant Concorde Career College: 2022-2023

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is still evolving as I figure out who I am as a Physical therapist Assistant. I like to listen to the body during my treatment sessions. I feel that the phrase “No pain, No gain” I feel is detrimental to an extent. Therapy should never be painful, you should feel like you are working out, but never making the pain worse. I think listening to the body is super important, it will tell you when it has had enough, and I don’t think ushing past that point is helpful to a patient's therapy journey.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Some of my hobbies and interests are listening to Podcasts, reading, hiking, and getting back into baking! I love music of all kinds and will watch almost any movie. I love spending time with my family, partner and my friends as often as I can.

    Caroline Ratterree

    Education

    Bachelor of Arts- Radford University 2012 - played volleyball and ran track
    Physical Therapy Assistant - Pima Medical Institute 2023

    Treatment Philosophy

    I love trail running and hiking - I plan to finish the Colorado 14ers in 2024. I also like redesigning old furniture and interior decorating. Played college volleyball and ran track.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I believe that coming to physical therapy should be challenging, but also enjoyable. My hope is that all my patients feel welcome and encouraged, and that they leave every session feeling proud of what they accomplished. Ultimately, my goal is to help people live at their highest level of physical function so they can stay connected with the activities they enjoy the most.

    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!

  • Denver

    Leigh Moss

    Education

    Harding University Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science 2016

    Hardin Simmons University Doctorate of Physical therapy 2018

    Treatment Philosophy

    Using a combination of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular approach to create a functional approached treatment plan specific to each patient

    Interests and Hobbies

    -Long distance running and weight lifting
    -Hiking
    -Trying out new local restaurants to try delicious and unique foods

    Joseph Aquilato

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - West Virginia University
    Bachelors of Exercise Physiology - West Virginia University

    Treatment Philosophy

    I strive to improve people's lives through movement by encouraging education, exercise, and proper mechanics. My methods are based on the most recent evidence-based research which allows me to confidently and effectively treat patients.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time I enjoy spending time with friends and family, practicing various forms of martial arts and exploring the outdoors.

    Madelyn Bilbo

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy from CU Anschutz (2023)
    ACE Certified Personal Trainer with Corrective Exercise emphasis (2016)
    Bachelor of Arts of Integrative Physiology from CU Boulders (2019)

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment philosophy is first and foremost patient centered. I want to encourage a welcoming, relaxing, and helpful environment for treatment. I want to give you as much undivided and personalized care as I can. Additionally, since I used to be a personal trainer, I am exercise forward with my treatments, as well as use of dry needling and massage. I also have a strong background in sports as I've played multiple sports, danced, and treated many different types of athletes.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love to be active as much as possible, so all sports and dancing are fun to me! I mostly spend time playing volleyball & dancing west coast swing but I also love hiking, snowboarding, & camping when I get the chance! I also enjoy chilling with my friends and my dog Gucci

    Elliott Stern

    Education

    Associate of Applied Health Science PTA (2018-2020)
    Morton College (Cicero, IL)

    Bachelor of Kinesiology (2013-2017)
    University of Illinois at Chicago

    Treatment Philosophy

    I strive to minimize individuals' pain, movement limitations, and pathologies through educating patients in proper mechanics, exercises, stretches, breathing, and movement patterns so they may take control of their own experiences with movement.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time I love to rock climb, hike, go camping, dancing, and go on adventures and new experiences with awesome people.

    Isaac Montoya

    Education

    2012 Lasell College - BA in Exercise Science
    2022 Western Tech - PTA

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe that every patient is unique and that to achieve the best outcome in therapy, there needs to be an understanding of what the patient needs to do and enjoys doing in their daily lives. Once I understand the person I am working with, I can tailor a treatment plan specific to that person to help them recover from any functional limitation as well as help them regain the ability to do the things they love to do.

    Interests and Hobbies

    On my free time I enjoy doing anything active. I spend a lot of my free time running, weight training, and playing the occasional game of basketball.

  • Lone Tree

    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.

    Matthew Deneau

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy – University of Colorado Denver
    B.S. in Finance – University of Colorado Boulder

    Treatment Philosophy

    Matt treats each person as an individual and utilizes exercise prescription, manual therapy, and modalities to maximize recovery. As each patient has limited time in the clinic, Matt’s goal is to help them develop the confidence and self-efficacy to continue their progress at home.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Matt enjoys spending as much time as possible in the mountains, especially with family and friends. Matt also enjoys running, reading, cooking, performance arts, and playing video games.

    Antoinette “Annie” Braa

    Education

    Bachelor’s of Science degree from University of Wisconsin, Madison and received her associate PTA degree from PIMA Medical Institute.

    Treatment Philosophy

    We can work together to make lives happier. I like to emphasize body mechanics in my treatments.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I love hiking, travel and restaurants.

    Meghan Swirzcki

    Education

    PIMA Medical Institute - Physical Therapy Assistant Program

    University of Wyoming - BS in Kinesiology

    Treatment Philosophy

    Treating every patient as an individual and making sure they are involved in their treatment.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In Clinic, I'm very interested in Sports Injuries and Preventive care. Outside of work I love the lake/water sports, hiking, and attempting to train for races (running and triathlons).

  • Parker

    Brigette Caruthers

    Education

    Bachelors in Health Sciences with an Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Minor - University of Central Arkansas (2013-2017)
    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - University of Central Arkansas (2017-2020)
    Currently pursuing Manual Therapy Certification through the University of St. Augustine

    Treatment Philosophy

    I emphasize patient education above all else. I am here to help you take control of your health. My goal is for you to understand your pain/injury, learn strategies to treat and manage it, and help you diminish the role it plays in your life. I believe in building a healthy relationship with the body and together we will discover what that looks like for you.

    Interests and Hobbies

    My favorite topics of discussion at the clinic are movies/tv shows, music, and food! I have an endless supply of movie/show recommendations and I am constantly seeking new restaurant/recipe suggestions. I like to stay fit through running, bouldering, yoga, hiking, snowboarding, volleyball, and any/all other outdoor activities.

    Sydni Harris

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy
    Gannon University - Sun City Center, FL - May 2021

    Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
    Nebraska Wesleyan University - Lincoln, NE - May 2018

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in improving function through education, hands on treatment, exercise and evidence based practice. I think the patient should have just as much say in their treatment as I do in order to achieve the best outcomes possible.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy doing anything and everything outside. Hiking and camping are my two favorite activities but I also love golf, pickleball, snowboarding, running, watching movies, hanging out with my cat plus much much more!

    Mitchell Guth

    Education

    Old Dominion University – Doctor of Physical Therapy – 05/2019

    Virginia Tech – Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition Food & Exercise – 05/2016

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe that educating the patient on what is going on with their body is the most important part of physical therapy. Once patients understand what is happening and how exercise and manual therapy can benefit them, then both the patient and therapist can work together to meet their goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy hiking in the mountains, running ultramarathons, playing with my Rhodesian Ridgeback dog, and making hard cider.

    Rush Hendricks

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)- University of South Alabama
    Dean's Award for Academic Excellence- 2017

    Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (BS)- University of South Alabama
    Student-Athlete (Football) 2010-2014

    Board Certification in Orthopedic Physical Therapy (OCS)
    American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties

    Certification in Dry Needling (CDNT)
    Institute for Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments

    Treatment Philosophy

    This profession allows me to help people, help themselves. My treatment philosophy is to empower people to lead better lives by regaining, retaining, and improving their mobility and function. My goal is to facilitate confidence and independence that lasts beyond a physical therapy plan of care.

    Interests and Hobbies

    As a Colorado transplant, I enjoy exploring the region through hiking and skiing. I also enjoy traveling, domestically and abroad. After visiting all fifty states, I am currently working on visiting all seven continents; five down, two to go!

    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.

    Madison Garst

    Education

    Bachelors of Applied Science-Health and Exercise Science/Regis University

    Associates Degree-Physical Therapist Assistant/Arapahoe Community College

    Treatment Philosophy

    The goal of individualized care to help patients return to life with as much normalcy as possible. Coaching about pain and tolerance as well as when to push and challenge themselves to grow towards improvement. Creating a fun, open environment to ensure that patients come in ready and willing to get better, no matter the challenge.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Watching movies/TV shows; Crafting; Cooking; Leisurely walks; playing with m cat

  • Commerce

    Justin Rice

    Education

    Doctor of Physical Therapy - University of Toledo 2012-2015

    Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology, Minor in Athletic Training - University of Mount Union 2008-2012

    Treatment Philosophy

    Justin specializes in Manual Therapy, TMJ Therapy, Vestibular Therapy, Workers Comp. and Sports Medicine. Justin puts a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice with his treatment methods utilizing a combination of manual therapy and functional exercise to get his patients back to their highest level. He has taken multiple advanced continuing education classes on the cervical, thoracic, & lumbar spine.

    Interests and Hobbies

    Justin is married and a proud father of two little girls. He really enjoys the great outdoors whether it be rock climbing, hiking, camping, playing golf in the summer or skiing and snowboarding in the winter. Justin is an avid football and golf fan when it comes to traditional sports. Justin was a collegiate football player at the University of Mount Union.

    Arianna Armendariz

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy—Regis University Class of 2022
    Bachelors of Science in Biology with minors in chemistry and business administration – Colorado State University-Pueblo (2014-2018)

    Treatment Philosophy

    I am devoted to working alongside colleagues in the healthcare field to create individualized care for each of my patients. I am committed to providing quality physical therapy through my touchstone values of compassion, kindness, and accountability.

    Arianna is certified in dry needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. She has taken continuing education courses for TMJ physical therapy and has aspirations to become a craniofacial specialist. She is also interested in furthering her training with vestibular and pelvic health continuing education courses in the future.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy collecting magnets and mugs, exploring hiking trails, hanging out with my many dogs, reading a good mystery or thriller book

    Lauren Ulrich

    Education

    Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training - Bethel College, Kansas 2016

    Doctor of Physical Therapy - Regis University 2020

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in providing high quality individualized care for all of my patients. I use a combination of manual therapy techniques and creative therapeutic exercises to help patients meet their goals.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I enjoy hiking to alpine lakes, camping, skiing, playing basketball and listening to a good audiobook.

  • Englewood

    Chris Lowrimore

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Regis University 2016-2019

    Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology - Gonzaga University 2011-2015

    Treatment Philosophy

    Chris is dedicated to individualizing patient care to their specific needs. He utilizes a mix of Manual Therapy and specific exercise to get patients back to the activities they love. He is passionate about leaving a positive influence on every person he comes into contact with. He also has taken several advanced courses in Dry Needling, Vestibular Rehab Therapy, and Spinal Manipulation in order to aid his patients with the highest level of evidence-based practice.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In his spare time, Chris enjoys spending time with his fiancé and her dog, trying to find the best restaurants and breweries in town. He is a hiker and mountaineer, enthusiastically adding to his 14er tally every year. Chris has a love for sports and the outdoors, as he skis, camps, snowshoes, and was a collegiate goalkeeper for Gonzaga University Soccer.

    Glenn Wellmann

    Education

    Undergrad: Northeastern University
    ​‌Graduate: Northeastern University - Doctor of Physical Therapy- Graduated 2017

    Treatment Philosophy

    My treatment is based on a combination of orthopedic expertise and empathy. I aim to get to know the whole person to help you meet your specific needs and goals in a timely and efficient manner. By getting to know you as a person first, I can create a plan that goes beyond the surface level and addresses all relevant concerns. With a strong focus on evidence-based, patient focused care and a passion for continuing education (including training in FMS, PRI, manual therapy, strength and conditioning, and TMJ, among others), I aim to be constantly improving so I can provide you with the highest possible level of care.

    Interests and Hobbies

    In my spare time I enjoy exploring Colorado, including hiking, skiing, biking and road trips. I also enjoy playing hockey, golf, pickleball and generally staying active. If I'm not in the mountains or playing sports, I enjoy spending time with my dog, playing guitar, going to concerts or checking out new restaurants.

    Alysa Beyers

    Education

    Bachelors Exercise Science with Concentration in Pre-Therapeutic Therapy from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania August 2017- May 2021
    Concorde Career College Aurora CO. Associate of Applied Science- Physical Therapist Assistant: Graduation April 2023- April

    Treatment Philosophy

    "How Can I Help"?
    I educate and treat my patients with a variety of exercises, modalities, and manual therapies to help each individual understand how to listen to their bodies. Assisting each patient to achieve their best quality of life.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am a huge foodie; I love to cook and most of all eat! Outside of food I love a good book and am always looking for new pages to get lost in. My dog kiba is my love and he and I enjoy going out on a hike and just being outside in the sun.

  • Arvada

    Chasten Rogge

    Education

    BS in Human Performance from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (2015)
    DPT from Clarke University in Dubuque, IA (2018)

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in patient education and promoting self-sufficiency via therapeutic exercise. I will guide you through the therapy process and prescribe specific exercises and incorporate manual techniques to jump-start and/or maintain the healing process. Only a small amount of time is spent in therapy and I want to provide the instruction and motivation to promote change.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I am an outdoorsman at heart. I love archery and hunting in my home state of WI, but am excited to begin elk hunting in CO! I am also a huge sports fan (packers & badgers especially) and enjoy fishing, cooking, and resistance training. Overall, I enjoy being active and hanging out with friends and family!

    Justin Hua

    Education

    Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Regis University (2023)
    Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology - Oregon State University (2018)

    Treatment Philosophy

    I believe in empowering my patients to manage their own bodies through evidence-based practice and individualized care. In addition to using manual techniques to assist the healing process, I will also guide you through specific exercises to get you better than before. I have taken advanced courses for the shoulder and low back as well as my Dry Needling certification. I am always seeking new opportunities to learn.

    Interests and Hobbies

    I like staying active and going to the gym as my main form of exercise. I moved here from Oregon a few years ago and look forward to snowboarding all winter and hiking in the summer. I enjoy watching all types of sports, primarily football, basketball, MMA, and water polo when it is on! I also value my time at home and spend it cooking, watching movies/tv (Jeopardy) and spending time with friends and family.