Atlas Physical Therapy Denver CO

Atlas Physical Therapy Denver CO

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When I first went to your clinic I thought for sure I was going to need surgery. Your staff, from reception with Jessica and Ashley, to the Exercise Specialist Austin,Ryan,and Nicole, and the supportive,knowledgeable Physical Therapist Kate and Amanda were amazing. My knee is stronger and my rehab has be successful due inpart to your teamwork. As an RN and a co medical professional I highly recommend your services. Thank you.

Good physical health is key to maintaining your overall well being. Atlas Physical Therapy specializes in rehabilitating joint and muscle injuries so that you can get back to living!

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03/11/2021

Atlas Physical Therapy Central Park (formerly Stapleton) is offering Saturday appointments again!! Give us a call at 303-322-4900 to schedule your appointment‼️

#saturday #denver #physicaltherapy #rehab #weekend #colorado #atlas #DPT #PT #exercise #prerehab #strengthening #mobility

03/11/2021

Atlas Physical Therapy at Central Park (formerly Stapleton) is now offering Saturday appointments!!

This will allow us to continue to have appointment availability while practicing COVID precautions by limiting number of patients in clinic at a time.

Call 303-322-4900 to schedule your appointment!

#physicaltherapy #atlas #atlaspt #exercise #rehab #colorado #fitness #postop

03/04/2021

Our strength coach is celebrating 1 year of virtual training with a free thank you workout‼️

Thanking current clients and a welcome and hello to ANYONE‼️

If you'd like to join email Lexi at [email protected] to receive your Google Meet invite.

Hope to see you there‼️‼️

#denver #strength #strengthandconditioning #gym #workout #colorado #physicaltherapy #prerehab

atlasptco.com 02/06/2021

Lumbar Spine Anatomy

atlasptco.com Knowing the main parts of your low back and how these parts work is important as you learn to care for your back problem.

atlasptco.com 01/26/2021

Foot Anatomy

atlasptco.com The following is an article on foot anatomy. Please see the left hand menu for specific information on ankle injuries.

atlasptco.com 01/20/2021

Hamstring Injuries

atlasptco.com The big group of muscles and tendons in the back of the thigh are commonly called the hamstrings. Injuries in this powerful muscle group are common, especially in athletes. Hamstring injuries happen to all types of athletes, from Olympic sprinters to slow-pitch softball players. Though these injurie...

atlasptco.com 01/14/2021

Gout

atlasptco.com t. Gout is a disease that involves the build up of uric acid in the body. About 95 percent of gout patients are men. Most men are over 50 when gout first appears. When it does occur in women, they generally don't develop it until after menopause. In some rare cases gout develops at a young age.

atlasptco.com 01/08/2021

Introduction to Cross Country Skiing

atlasptco.com When it comes to appreciating wintertime and the outdoors, there is no better way to do it rather than by cross country skiing. Gliding across the open tundra with the wind in your face is exhilarating and a great source of exercise. This activity can give a person a fabulous workout and has a relat...

atlasptco.com 01/02/2021

Popliteal Cysts

atlasptco.com A popliteal cyst, also called a Baker's cyst, is a soft, often painless bump that developson the back of the knee. A cyst is usually nothing more than a bag of fluid. These cysts occur most often when the knee is damaged due to arthritis, gout, injury, or inflammation in the lining of the knee joint...

atlasptco.com 12/27/2020

Contusions

atlasptco.com A contusion is the medical term used for a ‘bruise.’ Contusions can be minor, like the one you get after clumsily hitting your thigh on the edge of the coffee table, to major ones like the contusion you may get across your chest or down your leg after a significant motor vehicle accident...

atlasptco.com 12/21/2020

Cast Care

atlasptco.com Unless you have a waterproof cast, you should keep your cast dry. However, even waterproof casts should be dried out thoroughly after getting them wet. If you don't dry your cast out after getting it wet, the skin underneath stays damp and can become moldy and smelly. Also, don't swim with your cast...

atlasptco.com 12/15/2020

Comfortable Driving

atlasptco.com If you spend hours behind the wheel it is important to be comfortable to avoid musculoskeletal problems related to driving. If you drive for a living, it is crucial to get your posture right and follow some easy tips to keep your body healthy and prevent workplace injuries.Potential ergonomic risks....

atlasptco.com 12/09/2020

Introduction to Dance and Gynmastics

atlasptco.com The popularity of shows like "Dancing with the Stars", as well as the interest the gymnastic competitions at the Olympics garners, has made many people turning to both of these activities for exercise and sport. However, there is much more to the Rumba than simply "shaking it" and a lot more to the....

academic.oup.com 12/03/2020

Cost-Effectiveness and Outcomes of Direct Access to Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Disorders Compared to Physician-First Access in the United States: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Did you know that in the state of Colorado we have direct access?
That means with most insurances you can come straight to a physical therapist without a doctor referral! Physical therapy has been found to be very effective in treating most Musculoskeletal Disorders and is more cost-effective than other treatment approaches.

Check out this article that recently came out about the effectiveness of Physical Therapy FIRST!

https://academic.oup.com/ptj/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/ptj/pzaa201/5999910?redirectedFrom=fulltext

academic.oup.com AbstractObjective. Direct access to physical therapy provides an alternative to physician-first systems for patients who need physical therapy for musculoskelet

atlasptco.com 12/03/2020

Hand Tool Selection

atlasptco.com Preventing Musculoskeletal Disorders.Choosing the correct tool for the job, and the correct tool for you, can help your working day pass more comfortably and reduces your risk of work-related musculoskeletal problems. Some common problems related to hand tool use include carpal tunnel syndrome, tend...

atlasptco.com 11/27/2020

Sternoclavicular Joint Problems

atlasptco.com The sternoclavicular (SC) joint is important because it helps support the shoulder. The SC joint links the bones of the arms and shoulder to the vertical skeleton.


11/23/2020

Spend a little time this Thanksgiving celebrating your body with this full-body, no equipment, good for the whole family workout brought to you by our strength coach. The full workout will be posted to our YouTube channel Wednesday and will be open to EVERYONE for a Thanksgiving workout.

Atlas Youtube Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP9OhtzM9RVE1gCmkE59PNQ/videos?view_as=subscriber

atlasptco.com 11/21/2020

Trochanteric Bursitis of the Hip

atlasptco.com A common spot for bursitis is on the side of the hip. Here a large tendon passes over the bony bump on the side of the hip. The bony bump is called the greater trochanter. Inflammation in the bursa between the tendon and the greater trochanter is called trochanteric bursitis. This problem is common....

atlasptco.com 11/15/2020

Introduction to Figure Skating

atlasptco.com The moment a figure skater steps onto the ice, there is one dream they have in mind, one goal they shoot towards and we can assure you it has nothing to do with the sequins on their skirts. Any true figure skater wants to be able to land that double salchow, that triple lutz, or the ever elusive qua...

atlasptco.com 11/03/2020

Introduction to Kickboxing

atlasptco.com The name of the sport really describes itself well: boxing combined with kicking, which together equals KICKBOXING.The sport comes from the traditional martial art basis of providing self-defense, and combines the martial art kicks of karate with the punches of boxing. It is also said that it has it...

atlasptco.com 10/28/2020

Wrist Anatomy

atlasptco.com The anatomy of the wrist joint is extremely complex, probably the most complex of all the joints in the body. The wrist is actually a collection of many bones and joints. Thesebones and joints let us use our hands in lots of different ways. The wrist must be extremely mobile to give our hands a full...

atlasptco.com 10/22/2020

Distal Biceps Rupture

atlasptco.com A distal biceps rupture occurs when the tendon attaching the biceps muscle to the elbow is torn from the bone. This injury occurs mainly in middle-aged men during heavy work or lifting. A distal biceps rupture is rare compared to ruptures where the top of the biceps connects at the shoulder. Distal....

10/19/2020

Come join Dr. Gabirel Dorn, PT, DPT, ATC for a LIVE webinar about common running injuries! The webinar will be tomorrow (Tuesday, October 20th) at 5:30 PM.

Sign up here: https://www.atlasptco.com/Workshop/Live-Webinar-for-Runners!/a~20983--c~403905/article.html

atlasptco.com 10/16/2020

Choosing and Using The Right Backpack

atlasptco.com No matter what our age or where we are going, everyone seems to have a lot of stuff to haul around. Whether you have a little one going off to school, are making your way to university or work yourself, or are heading out on a single day or multi-day trek, a backpack is often the carrying mode of ch...

atlasptco.com 10/12/2020

Guide to Osteoporosis

atlasptco.com Osteoporosis is a very common disorder affecting the skeleton. In a patient with osteoporosis, the bones begin losing their minerals and support capabilities, leaving the skeleton brittle and prone to fractures.

atlasptco.com 10/06/2020

Adult Femur Fractures

atlasptco.com The thigh bone, or femur is the longest and strongest bone of the body. It takes a lot of force to break the femur in an adult so it is often accompanied by other injuries. The fracture is a disabling problem, severely limiting mobility until it is stabilized.Until recently the most common way to tr...

atlasptco.com 09/29/2020

Adult Elbow Fractures

atlasptco.com The elbow is a very important region of the arm. It serves as a hinge joint between the upper and lower parts of the arm and allows movements for activities like feeding and lifting. It also allows rotation of the hand and forearm. Together these functions allow us to position the hand in space to p...

atlasptco.com 09/23/2020

Osteonecrosis of the Humeral Head

atlasptco.com Osteonecrosis of the humeral head is a condition where a portion of the bone of the humeral head (the top of the humerus or upper arm bone) loses its blood supply, dies and collapses. Another term used for osteonecrosis is avascular necrosis. The term avascular means that a loss of blood supply to t...

09/21/2020

Come join Dr. Gabriel Dorn, DPT for the Runner's Reset Program! Call today to get a spot!

atlasptco.com 09/16/2020

Patellofemoral Problems

atlasptco.com The patella, or kneecap, can be a source of knee pain when it fails to function properly. Alignment or overuse problems of the patella can lead to wear and tear of the cartilage behind the patella. This produces pain, weakness, and swelling of the knee joint. Several different problems can affect th...

atlasptco.com 09/10/2020

Headaches

atlasptco.com the headache-related anatomy of the head and neck what the most common types of headaches are and their causes how your health care professional diagnoses your headache what Atlas Physical Therapy’s approach to rehabilitation is

atlasptco.com 09/03/2020

Guide to Clubfoot

atlasptco.com Clubfoot is a congenital condition that affects newborn infants. The medical term for clubfoot is Congenital Talipes Equinovarus. This condition has been described in medical literature since the ancient Egyptians. Congenital means that the condition is present at birth and occurred during fetal dev...

atlasptco.com 08/28/2020

Dupuytrens Contracture Patient Guide

atlasptco.com Dupuytren's contracture is a fairly common disorder of the fingers. It most often affects the ring or little finger, sometimes both, and often in both hands. Although the exact cause is unknown, it occurs most often in middle-aged, white men and is genetic in nature, meaning it runs in families. Thi...

08/27/2020

Let’s give a big warm Welcome to our Physical Therapist at our Downtown location, Dr. Gabriel Dorn!! 👏



Gabriel graduated from Luther College in 2015 with a bachelors in Athletic Training and is a licensed Certified Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist. He then went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Washington University. He has orthopedic experience working with a large variety of patients. His focus is on addressing pain at its cause utilizing techniques such as manipulations and dry needling. In his spare time he enjoys camping, skiing, biking, and distance running. He makes it a point to move efficiently in the mountains and will help his clients move efficiently and pain free whether that's in the mountains, at work, or at home. 🚴‍♂️🏃

Gabriel is keen to further his ortho learning including completing his OCS. @ Atlas Physical Therapy Denver CO

08/25/2020

💥ATTENTION MOMS 💥 Dr. Kate Diffily will be hosting a live webinar tomorrow to teach safe exercise postpartum! Live webinar will begin at 6:00 PM (MT) 💪🤱

Sign up here: www.atlasptco.com/Workshop/Postpartum-Exercise/a~20983-c~402986/article.html

Dr. Kate is also offering Virtual PT sessions for further specific evaluation and treatment. These sessions are covered by all major insurance providers!!

Call us at 303-848-3873 for more information!! ☎️

#womenshealth #pelvicfloorphysicaltherapy #postpartumfitness #postpartum #physicaltherapy #denver #atlasPT

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