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Physical Therapy

Address your pain, limitations, and weaknesses with physical therapy.  A thorough physical therapy assessment will help address your current ailments as well find "root cause" issues and prevent future issues.

At Physio, Yoga & Wellness, we use our specialized skills to assess, diagnose and treat individuals in the most efficient and effective manner.  We believe in treating the whole body, not just the injury in isolation. We use evidenced based therapy to develop the best plan of care to treat you and progress towards your goals.

Common Ailments We Treat

  • Orthopedic injuries of the joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments

  • Sports injuries 

  • Low back pain

  • Neck pain

  • Radiculopathy

  • Headaches 

  • Vestibular

  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) dysfunction

  • Over-use injuries

  • Post concussion (acute and chronic)

  • Chronic pain

  • Shoulder pain

  • Hip pain

  • Knee pain

  • Ankle pain

Why Choose Physical Therapy?

Physical therapists are are licensed healthcare professionals highly trained in movement and orthopedics.  We conduct thorough evaluations that address the kinetic chain of the whole body.  This allows for better understanding of your pain and injury.  We use research backed treatment strategies that are proven to help reduce pain, improve mobility, and improve function for both short term and long term gains.

Providing Telehealth Physical Therapy for Colorado Residents

Serving Colorado residents through virtual visits.  Providing skilled rehabilitation for acute injuries and chronic conditions.  If you do not require skilled rehabilitation services, please see our other service offerings. 

Learn more about our other services

Choose Physical Therapy

Physical therapists are movement experts who improve quality of life.
Physical therapists design treatment plans for each person's individual needs, challenges, and goals. PTs help people improve mobility, manage pain and other chronic conditions, recover from injury, and prevent future injury and chronic disease.

American Physical Therapy Association


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