Our highly trained staff is experienced in treating injuries to surgical rehabilitation. The only Active Release Technique (ART) Certified provider in Steamboat Springs. Treatment experience with Olympians, NFL, NHL athletes. FMS and SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) Certified, Functional Dry Needling (Kinecore) as well as McConnell Institute and Ironman Certified. We offer an innovative approach to Physical Therapy that helps clients return to desired activity quickly. Spanish speaking staff available.
Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Sports Certified Specialist
Athletic Trainer Certified
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
MyoKinesthetic Upper and Lower Body Certified
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Athletic Trainer, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Medicine. Lock Haven University
Masters of Physical Therapy, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Emory University, Atlanta Georgia
Bachelor of Science, Health and Recreation, Western State College
Masters - Exercise Physiology, Adams State, Alamosa, CO
Collegiate Football Coach, 2000-2012 .
Ali attended the University New England in Portland, Maine where she completed her doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. Previous to UNE, she attended Ithaca College in upstate New York, where she completed her bachelor’s in Exercise Science with a medical concentration. Completed Rock Tape Certification.
Throughout her undergraduate experience, she played on Ithaca’s varsity lacrosse team and throughout her graduate experience she was the defensive assistance coach for UNE’s varsity lacrosse team. Ali’s clinical experience includes but is not limited to post surgical, sports medicine, total joint rehabilitation, and traumatic brain injury. When not at the clinic, Ali is typically hiking, skiing, biking, or horseback riding.
A Colorado native, born and raised in a small mountain town. Spending many hours on adventures out in the beautiful surroundings. Callie gained an appreciation for the great outdoors and all it has to offer.
Having received massage and chiropractic treatments while participating in archery and as a skier, Allie found an interest in a career.
Callie made the decision to attend the Colorado School of Healing Arts. and graduated top in her class after completing the massage therapist requirements of 720 hours. Recently, attending the Trauma Touch Therapy class, obtaining the 50 hours in Trauma Touch Therapy Level 1 training. Her goal is to help people with injury rehabilitation, chronic pain and the traumatic effects that can occur post injury or illness.
Rachel Croft obtained her Colorado State Massage License in 2014 after completing her education at Denver Integrative Massage School, but her interest in massage dates back as far as 2000. She worked in two physical therapy clinics while attending the University of Washington, but took several years off to pursue her ski career after graduating with a bachelor‘s degree in math. As an athlete she is no stranger to injury and has experienced the healing power of massage first hand, as well as it’s ability to amplify the benefits of physical therapy when included in a rehab program. She specializes in deep tissue and sports massage, but has also received high praise for her relaxation work. Her website is croftbodywork.massagetherapy.com
Reba is originally from Nashville, TN. She moved to Steamboat Springs in 1990. She and her husband, John, raised their 6 children in the Yampa Valley. She loves spending time with her family, hiking, biking, snowshoeing and cooking. She can take care of all of your appointment needs to get you back to the activities you love.