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Stay Healthy with Physical Therapy in Northern Colorado
Our highly-educated and licensed physical therapy team provides the highest-quality wellness and rehabilitation services available to help patients reduce pain and restore mobility. With our coordinated approach to health, you will see results that in many cases allow our patients to bypass expensive surgery and reduce the need for prescription medications.
A detailed evaluation allows your physical therapist to determine the root cause of your condition — we don’t just treat symptoms. We take ample time with each of our patients on an individual basis, helping ensure that our rehabilitation services help you recover, even if you have had little success with other providers.
We listen intently, work with you and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote your ability to move, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability. We will help ensure you get the care you need to acheive long-term health benefits to improve your quality of life.
Meet the Physical Therapy team
Dr. Erica Parise, DPT, Physical Therapist
Doctor of Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University, 2015
Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering from the University of Pittsburgh, 2012
Richard Johnson, PTA, Physical Therapy Assistant
Richard earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Fort Lewis College. He earned his Associates of Applied Science Physical Therapy Assistant from Morgan Community College in 2013. Richard has a background as a (CSCS) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist working with athletes at the Division I and II level developing strength/conditioning programs and teaching
proper weightlifting technique.
Richard enjoys having the knowledge and skills to help decrease pain and increase functional ability to help people better their lives.