• Pediatric Gait Analysis and Orthotic Management
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    Functional outcomes are always a goal in physical therapy and rehabilitation. Gait analysis, or assessment of someone’s walking pattern, is something physical therapists spend a lot of time doing. Even static standing can be a goal for some children suffering from various diseases such as cerebral palsy and spina bifida, for example. When walking, the…

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  • Blood Flow Restriction
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    I recently attended a class to be certified in Blood Flow Restriction Training or BFRT because I have heard a lot of talk about this treatment being utilized in the rehab and strength setting.   I went into this class with some knowledge but I was blown away with the number of applications BFRT and how…

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  • Kinesiology Taping in Physical Therapy
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    Have you ever heard of kinesiology tape? You’ve probably seen it before if you’ve ever watched the Olympics! Athletes that have pretty colored tape on their back, shoulders or legs are using kinesiology tape. Some people think that they wear it just to stand out, however it does actually serve a purpose. The tape is…

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  • Dry Needling: What is it and how does it help?
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    Dry Needling is a skilled technique performed by a physical therapist using thin filiform needles to penetrate the skin and/ or underlying tissues to affect change in body structures and functions for the evaluation and management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, pain, movement impairments, and disability. (Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy, May 2015) Active trigger points…

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  • PT Feature: Richard Johnson, PTA
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    Get to know your therapists! Check out this Q&A with Richard Johnson, PTA who treats in our Loveland clinics… Q: What do you like to do outside of work? A: Outside of work I like to spend time with friends and family. I like playing putt putt golf, hiking, and frisbie golf. I really enjoy…

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  • The Impact of an Unstable Foot on the Whole Body: by Anna Harem, PTA
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    An unstable foot can wreak havoc on the entire body. During gait, instability causes the foot to pronate. This means that the ankle collapses inward. When the ankle collapses, the arch of the foot drops (flat foot). This can cause plantar fasciitis which is inflammation of the tight band of tissue that runs from the…

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  • Sciatica: The Myth
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    According to the dictionary, Sciatica is “pain affecting the back, hip, and outer side of the leg, caused by compression of a spinal nerve root in the lower back, often owing to degeneration of an intervertebral disk.” Basically, Sciatica is a fancy word for posterior leg pain that is coming from your back. What it…

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  • Manual Therapy Interventions for the PTA
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    The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) degree is a 2 year degree, consisting of in class lecture, hands-on labs and real life experience through clinicals in all settings of physical therapy. PTA’s work in any setting, from acute care in hospitals, to skilled nursing facilities, to outpatient orthopedic settings. The role of the PTA is to…

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  • Setting and Achieving Attainable Goals
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    Blog by: Kimberly Carmichael, DPT Are you an athlete, parent or coach? Have you been setting goals or helping your athlete set goals for improved progress and performance? If not, you probably should.   If you’re a student-athlete, you must set sport specific goals.  This will eliminate procrastination and put you in a position to…

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  • Fall Prevention
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    Did you miss our Fall Prevention Talk last month? Here are some highlights! Have you fallen in the last 12 months? Do you ever worry about falling? 30% of people age 65 or older fall each year.1 This is a leading cause of death in this age group. This number goes up to 43.6% in…

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I am very happy for a chance to review RMPT. After a bone breaking fall , on hard ground, they were able to rid me of the pain and make it possible for me to walk again. As i have no car, Stacey worked carefully to coordinate my rides and available appointments and Kaleb’s unusual expertise, patience, and encouragement, gave me a new start in only 3 months. What a joy to work with such professionals!

(South Fort Collins Clinic)


I feel very safe & secure with this group of friendly, fun, competent professionals! I have been working with them for several months and have progressed under their care! No matter how bad I feel I always leave feeling better. I have faith in their ability to help me heal! They are energetic, eager to help and skilled! I’m so happy I have RMPT!

(Fort Collins-Central Clinic)

Rocky Mountain PT has turned out to be an excellent choice in doing my therapy. From the ease of scheduling through the office to the way they make you feel throughout the entire process is great. I had Derrick for the majority of my appointments and he was able to help alleviate so many of the post surgery issues I was having. He was always open ears to how I was feeling and I could tell he has a passion for really trying to "help". From one small business to another its nice to see a company that truly cares. Thank You Derrick!

(Loveland Clinic)

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