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400 S. McCaslin Blvd. Suite 111 Louisville, CO 80027
303-604-4358
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Christy Kohler, DPT

Christy is our physical therapist with over 12 years of experience in a variety of clinical settings including outpatient, home health, and elite sports teams. She is uniquely skilled in post surgical care, trigger point dry needling, and manual therapy. She is the former physical therapist for the US Figure Skating National Team and has a strong clinical interest in overuse injuries as a runner herself.

Christy grew up in Oregon and left for Montana in 1995 to attend Carroll College. There, she received her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. She went on to get her Doctorate of Physical therapy from University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington in 2003. 
 
Soon after graduating, Christy moved back to her home state of Oregon and worked at an outpatient clinic for 2 years. She decided to have some fun and do traveling physical therapy for a year on the east coast. She met her now husband in Wilkes-Barre, PA, while completing her third traveling job. They decided to move to Boulder for work opportunities and because of the amazing mountains and trails.  Christy and her husband, Ryan, enjoy outdoor activities, but their favorite thing to do is play with their 3 year and 1 year old sons, Levi and Miles.

Our spinal patients experience a fantastic integration of both physical therapy and chiropractic care. Back pain and auto cases are seen by both providers where your exam and imaging findings are reviewed by both providers to formulate a one stop shop for successful outcomes. We work with your orthopedist, neurosurgeon, and checking account to provide comprehensive cost effective care.  You'll always see the same provider every appointment and unlike most PT and chiropractic clinics, your care won't be managed by a rotating physical therapy assistant.

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