Front Range Physical Therapy – Longmont
2130 Mountain View Ave., Suite 204
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: 720-815-1188 | Fax: 720-815-1183
Monday-Thursday 7:00 am-7:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
Why am I a PT?
Alex has always enjoyed the many roles that a physical therapist gets to play in the rehabilitative process. “I believe that we have a unique opportunity to help those hurting, not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually.” As your therapist Alex prides himself on treating you as a person, and not just an injury. “I think as a healthcare provider I have a duty to help the patient to do or be whatever they want to be, not to set limitations or discourage them from their goals.”
Continuing Education Commitment
Alex currently holds the Certification in Dry Needling from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. He plans to continue with the AAMT to obtain the Certification in Spinal and extremity Manipulation. Alex believes that the more advanced education your providers can practice, the better it will serve the patient. Look for him to constantly evaluate the need of the community he serves to provide the best care.
Professional and Community Activities
Alex is active in the physical therapy community as Clinical Instructor to students from Physical Therapy programs all across the country. He also works as a lab instructor for Dry Needling courses. Locally he is working to get more involved in community outreach and providing education and Physical Therapy consultations/services at local athletic events.
Alex is originally from the Atlanta, GA area, but went to school in southeast Georgia. He moved to North Carolina for Physical Therapy School in 2011. He was able to use his clinical rotations to see new areas of the Southeast, including Wilmington, NC and Nashville, TN. Finally, he landed in the Denver area for his final internship of school where he fell in love with two things. Colorado and his now wife, Ashley. He and Ashley live in Arvada with their two dogs, Hank and Ernie, with a baby boy arriving November of 2017. Alex has learned to snowboard during his time here and has been able to hike a few 14ers. As an avid craft beer drinker, he fits right in here in Colorado!
Why am I a PT?
Linda has enjoyed a life time of dedication to her professional role as a PT. Her initial interest in PT began as a basic desire to improve the quality of life of others. As her career has progressed and developed through the years, her professional and personal life experiences have created a genuine insight into a balance of age appropriate treatment of physical dysfunction and the emotional needs of her clients.
Continuing Education Commitment
Linda has an extension resume of yearly continuing education classes encompassing a variety of treatment techniques and approaches. Her areas of expertise are feet/orthotics and dry needling.
Linda has been practicing as a licensed PT for over 40 years primarily in an outpatient orthopedic setting. After graduating from the University of Illinois Medical School, she worked in a hospital setting for a few years in her home town of Elgin, Illinois. During a trip to Colorado, the mountains and life style enticed her to extend her vacation and that was 40 years ago. It has been a rather long vacation! Linda is an avid hiker, biker, cross country skier, kayaker and camper. Her other interests include yoga and reading.
Monday-Thursday 7:00 am-7:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
Specialties: Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy, Trigger Point Dry Needling Practitioner, Sports, Orthopedic and Running injuries
Treatment Philosophy: I have personally gone through a few surgeries, been out with overuse injuries, stitches and other things. I know how it can affect your lifestyle when the things you love to do are taken out. I take great pride in working together to find a treatment strategy/intervention (as there is never a one-size-fits-all model) for you that will help you get back to the reason we live in the great state of Colorado and everything you enjoy doing.
Education: I attended Colorado State University, Fort Collins where I studied Health and Exercise Science and graduated in 2010. Afterwords I attended Regis University in Denver to obtain my Doctorate in Physical therapy in 2013. Since then I have been specializing in sports medicine and worked to obtain my specialty in Orthopedic Physical therapy (OCS) in 2016.
For fun: Every weekend is spent mountain biking or trail running, skiing or snowboarding and any other fun adventures my boyfriend and I find for us and our two canine companions.
Specialties: Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Trigger Point Dry Needling Practitioner, Functional Movement Screen Certified
Treatment Philosophy: I enjoy being able to spend one-on-one time with a patient to thoroughly discuss their impairments and be able to explain the anatomy of their problem. I appreciate explaining the relevance of their specific treatment plan to their problem. I believe that patient education is the foundation of the rehabilitation process.
Education: Cindy received her bachelor of science degree in therapeutic recreation from the University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse. She received her master of science degree in physical therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 2001. She obtained her manual therapy certification from the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy in 2009, passing her practical exam with distinction.
For Fun: Cindy is an avid outdoors person. She spends her time hiking, biking, backpacking, gardening, snow shoeing and traveling. She also enjoys reading when not outside playing.
Specialties: Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Treatment Philosophy: I enjoy helping patients achieve their own personal goals, whether that is to be able to have no pain through the workday, to work in their garden, or to return to running marathons.
Education: Reed received his B.S. in Exercise Physiology from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. During that time he also worked as a certified personal trainer at Baylor’s Recreation Center. One year after graduating from Baylor, he moved to San Angelo, Texas for 3 years and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Angelo State University. While in his last year of graduate school, he also received his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
For Fun: Reed loves just about anything outdoors. A typical weekend will usually involve either running or road biking, hiking up in the mountains, or skiing. Reed also loves coffee. If he’s not outside, he is probably sitting and reading at a Denver coffee shop with friends.
Specialties: Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Yoga Sport Science Coach
Treatment Philosophy: I believe treating the whole person is the key to helping people return to the life they want to live. I love developing relationships with people so they enjoy coming to therapy and they come back if they ever have another injury.
Education: I went to Colorado State University where I studied Health and Exercise Science and I graduated in 2014. After graduating, I volunteered in Costa Rica and worked at a clinic while I applied for school. In 2016, I started physical therapy school at the University of St. Augustine in Florida where I earned my Doctorate of Physical Therapy in April 2018.
For Fun: I am a proud Colorado native who loves experiencing life outdoors. I love to ski, camp and hike, stand-up paddleboard, yoga, run and play volleyball; any sport or activity that gets me outside under sunshine and blue skies. My fiancé and I adopted a husky puppy named Chuck and we love taking him on outdoor adventures in the mountains on the weekends.
Specialties: Functional Manual Therapy, Core first strategies
Treatment Philosophy: Luke thoroughly enjoys Physical Therapy and having the opportunity to heal patients ailments. He has first hand knowledge recovering from an injury with the help from Physical Therapy. Connecting with each individual, and promoting the highest human performance and enhancing overall body mobility, retraining movements to the entire body helping each patient get their quality of life back.
Education: Luke received his Associate’s of Occupational Science degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2012 at PIMA Medical Institute in Denver, Colorado. He enjoys growing as a manual therapist through manual therapy courses through the Institute of Physical Art, looking towards pursuing FOC certification.
For Fun: Luke being a Colorado native from Boulder enjoys being outside and being involved in activities whether on water or land. He has a passion for baseball and all sports, loves being around the atmosphere that games have to offer. Go Buffs!
Specialties: Registered Massage Therapist with certifications in Neuromuscular Therapy, Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage Massage, Pre-natal and Post-natal massage, Trigger point Therapy, Deep Tissue and Sports Massage
Treatment Philosophy: I believe that massage therapy can help improve overall wellness by relieving pain, improving ease of movement and relieving emotional stress. I create a personalized session for each individual, drawing from many different modalities of massage.
Education: My passion for improving wellness began with my own experiences dealing with the chronic pain of scoliosis as a teenager. Massage and physical therapy helped me avoid corrective surgery on my spine. After 10 years of working in the medical field, I realized my true passion was a more hands-on approach to wellness in the form of massage therapy. I received my Associates of Applied Science Degree in Massage Therapy in 2012 from the Colorado School of Healing Arts. I am certified in neuromuscular therapy, myofascial release, Cranial- sacral, lymphatic drainage, pre and postnatal massage. I have focused my continuing education on sports massage and structural integration.
For Fun: When not doing massage, I enjoy spending time with my daughter Paris and my family. My favorite pastimes are trail running, rollerblading, dancing and yoga. I enjoy trying new activities to challenge my mind and body, currently I am learning kickboxing and will be trying roller derby soon.
Specialties: Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy, Trigger Point Dry Needling Practitioner, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Treatment Philosophy: I like to see patients return to their personal goals and activities without pain. I enjoy treating patients in a relaxed and comfortable setting. I am very passionate about the PT profession and want to see physical therapists meet the needs of patient’s musculoskeletal problems.
Education: Jeff received his B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Delaware. He then received his doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 2005. He has stayed updated with his education through advanced manual therapy courses and exercise prescription continuing education.
For Fun: Jeff enjoys keeping himself healthy to set a good example for his patients. His summer activities include mountain biking and charity road bike rides. During the winter, he can be found skiing at Copper Mountain or snowshoeing.
Monday-Friday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
A native of Pennsylvania, Brad has been living and working in Colorado since 2011. After receiving his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine, Brad has been striving to further his education in the areas of manual therapies including spinal manipulation, functional dry needling, functional movement assessments, golf rehabilitation and the use of blood flow restriction to aid his patient’s in their quest for improved quality of life. As an avid golfer, runner and a person who loves to be active, Brad understands how movement can positively impact a person’s well-being and looks forward to working with you to get back to doing what you love.