A different way to practice physical therapy.
To recover from your injury, head to the gym. Injuries can slow you down, but they don’t have to be debilitating. Marty and Katie do more than just specialize in rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries, they understand how to train your body so that you return to an injury free, active lifestyle.
Your treatment is in the gym. It is nothing like a visit to a doctor’s office. Our facility is uniquely equipped to incorporate everything from specific manual therapy techniques to sport and activity-specific, progressive exercise rehabilitation. You’ll re-build your body and your mind, and it will be possible to safely transition into one of our fitness classes.
Your treatment is personal. Marty and Katie have helped hundreds of people come back from injuries and resume a normal active lifestyle. They don’t use aides or assistants, instead you work one-on-one with expert physical therapists. They evaluate you as a whole person and custom design your rehab program to include treatments specific to your injury, no matter how complex, and set you your personal goals. Both trained at CU Medical School, our therapists continue to build their healing skills through ongoing, intensive study of the most current techniques. Katie is certified in Graston Technique and Marty is certified with SFMA as well as spinal manipulations. You will get results from their combined 50 years of healing experience.
Your treatment is easy to schedule. You don’t need a physician referral contact us directly to schedule your appointment. By coming to a physical therapist first, can be more cost and time efficient for patients. The quicker we can get you seen, often the better outcome! If we feel that you need a referral or imaging, we’ve got you covered.
Pricing for a therapy session: All sessions are billed directly to the patient at discounted self-pay rates.
Initial Evaluation (45-60 minutes) for $110.00
45 minutes follow up sessions for $85.00
30 minutes follow up sessions for $65.00
Graston only sessions are available, please contact us directly for more information.
Marty at 303-903-8174 or email@example.com
Katie at 720-244-1690 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions or comments? Reach out to us directly, we are here for you.
Here are some frequently asked questions about physical therapy:
How can a Physical Therapist help me? Physical Therapist help you bring your body back to full function, strength, flexibility without expensive surgery or long-term use of medications. A PT studies your body’s movement patterns to help you recover full motion, manage pain and return to your active lifestyle. If you are recovering from surgery, we work closely with your physician and establish the best post-operative treatment plans that are evidence based and geared toward a speedy recovery.
Do I need a doctor’s referral for seeing a physical therapist? The simple answer is NO. In the state of Colorado, no referral is needed to see a physical therapist. You can visit a physical therapist at any time for any injury or reason (even preventative). You just need to give us a call or leave us an email.
Do we take health insurance? Katie and Marty are no longer accepting new insurance clients as the industry practices have devolved over the past 10-15 years, and these changes, or lack thereof, have forced us to reconsider how to continue providing the best possible treatments for our patients with the care we are absolutely passionate about. Katie and Marty are transitioning after almost 20 years of taking commercial health insurance, to a self-pay/cash pay only system.
What is Manual Therapy?
Manual therapy encompasses many hands-on techniques that are used to promote normal mobility and assist in the body’s healing process. Our therapist assess and treat joint dysfunctions, myofascial restrictions, and range of motion limitations using a wide range of hands-on techniques including Graston Mysofascial release. Our belief is that mechanical pain is often a result of abnormal stress and strain on the body which may not necessarily correlate with the painful site. Our bodies are a connected unit and at the physical therapist at PUSH work to make sure you are treated as a whole.