Clinic Owner, DPT
Julie earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 2009 and her BA in Business from Augustana College in 1994. Since graduating from PT school, Julie focused her skills in the orthopedic outpatient setting and likes to focus on one-on-one patient care with her patients. She is a manual based therapist who enjoys working with a variety of conditions including spine, sports related injuries, post operative rehabilitation, work related injury, auto accidents headaches, and any other musculoskeletal conditions.
Julie is certified in Level 1 and 2 Trigger Point Dry Needling and has taken several continuing education courses to further her skills in manual therapy. Julie strives to get her patients back to function as quickly as possible.
When not treating patients or operating the ins and outs of Bodywise, Julie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, participating in all activities that Colorado has to offer.
PTA, LMT, PT
Cathy is a Colorado native with degrees held in Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology from two Colorado universities. She is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, Athletic Trainer, and Licensed Massage Therapist with 29 years of clinical experience. With extensive training in manual therapy for soft tissue release and mobilization techniques for the spine and extremities, Cathy also holds advanced certification in the Egoscue Method of Postural Alignment Assessment and Exercise Therapy. She is certified in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, the Y Balance Testing procedure, and the FMS Assessment through Functional Movement Systems.
Cathy is passionate about patient care and a team approach to helping patients achieve their rehabilitation goals. Working extensively in orthopedics and chronic pain, she has presented in various continuing education settings on topics including soft tissue release techniques and arthritis management strategies.
When away from the clinic, Cathy is also passionate about spending time with her family and friends and enjoys any time she can spend outdoors.
Halley earned her doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2014 and her BS in Health Science with a minor in Spanish from Saint Mary’s College of California in 2008. Since earning her Doctorate, Halley has focused her career in Orthopedics with an emphasis in manual therapy and taken continuing education courses in Muscle Energy Technique, Graston Technique (IASMT), Functional Dry Needling and several other specialized manual therapy techniques for the spine and pelvis. Halley enjoys treating all aspects of the body and loves having the opportunity to help patients of all ages and abilities return to the active life they want to live.
Before working as a therapist, Halley spent 9 years working for REI and as a PT aide and has a passion for the outdoors and recreation. Halley is passionate about rock climbing, trail running, and cycling, and is always up for new adventures with her boyfriend Jeremy. When not running around in the mountains, Halley loves spending quality time with friends and family and traveling to new and exciting places.
Laura graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University in 2011. She specializes in Orthopedic based manual therapy, including joint mobilization, IASTM release therapy, and Trigger Point Dry Needling. Her continuing education includes running analysis, foot bio mechanics, trigger point therapy, ASTYM, chronic pain, spinal manipulation, and postural analysis. Additionally, Laura is the founder of Wave Tools, LLC making innovative physical therapy tools for both professional and individual use.
Working with Orthopedic conditions, including acute and chronic neck and back pain, elbow and Achilles tendinitis, hand and wrist pain, plantar fasciitis, and shoulder and knee conditions, is something Laura enjoys. She uses an integrative and comprehensive approach of evidence based manual therapy, including joint and progressive functional exercise prescription.
Before becoming a Physical Therapist, Laura worked for over 14 years as a mountain guide in the Tetons and an Outdoor Educator at NOLS. She is an avid rock climber, mountain biker, and backcountry skier, with a passion for the outdoors and natural history. Her background helps her understand the biomechanics of a wide variety of sports and outdoor pursuits.
Martina Young is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, an avid athlete, a triathlon coach and a mother of two beautiful girls. She stands for quality care and long-term results. Martina believes that absolutely anyone has the ability to move effortlessly.
During her years of practice, Martina had the amazing opportunity to treat professional and Olympic-level athletes. Treating athletes, then seeing them return to such a high level of competition (the kind that made her hair stand up!) was one of the biggest honors of her career. She has many stories about patients who thought it impossible to fight through chronic pain in order to heal, but she was able to show them the way. “Getting to the source of the problem is the key component of a successful rehabilitation plan,” says Martina. In the PT room, she prides herself in being a ‘good detective.’
Martina’s training includes courses in: Therapeutic and Functional Dry Needling, Selective Functional Movement Analysis with Corrective Exercise, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Reeducation and Functional Mobilization.
Rayann earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 2007 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Exercise from Colorado State University in 2003. Since graduating from physical therapy school, Rayann focused her practice in outpatient orthopedics and enjoys treating a variety of conditions including sports injuries, post-operative care, neck and back pain, headaches and vertigo. Rayann places an emphasis on delivering high quality patient care through the utilization of manual therapy techniques, functional dry needling, therapeutic exercises, and patient education. She believes it is important to empower patients to be an active part of their care.
Rayann has a passion for learning and has taken several continuing education courses. She earned a manual therapy certification (MTC) from the University of St. Augustine in 2012 and is certified to perform trigger point/functional dry needling.
Outside of the clinic, Rayann enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, running, playing soccer, and watching Broncos games.