Located in Downtown Colorado Springs, Rocky Mountain Rehabilitation Physical Therapy is known for giving patients the one-on-one attention they deserve.
The ultimate goal of therapy is to get you moving pain free again so you can do what you love, whether thats gardening, hiking or backcountry skiing.
We offer physical therapy for everything from neck and back pain to sports and running injuries. Let us help you with:
**NEW: Blood Flow Restriction Training ( BFR )
headaches and neck pain
knee pain and injuries
shoulder pain and injuries
post surgical rehabilitation
athletic performance enhancement
home exercise programs
Location - NEW AS OF MARCH 2016**
711 N Tejon Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
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Jeremy Snyder DPT, OCS, CSCS, FMC, CCI
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Orthopedic Certified Specialist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Functional Movement Screen Certified, Certified Clinical Instructor. Jeremy is active in the Colorado American Physical Therapy Association, serving on the nominating committee and is a physical therapy consultant for Colorado College Athletics. Jeremy is also a Level 1 and Level 2 Instructor for Kinetacore, teaching Trigger Point Dry Needling throughout the United States and Canada. Jeremy's interests include BFR - blood flow restriction training, treatment of shoulder dysfunction, running injuries, post-surgical rehab, and sports orthopedics.
PT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Ed received his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado in 1985. He completed the three-month Manual Therapy Program in Vancouver Canada in 1991 and achieved his Advanced Manual Therapy Certification (COMT) through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) in 1994 and then graduated from their residency program. Ed is certified as an Orthopedic Specialist (OCS) by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1996. He achieved Fellow status with the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapy (FAAOMPT) in 1999. He was a physical therapy consultant for the Colorado College Athletic Department for 20 years. Ed has been a Course and Clinical Instructor for NAIOMT and has taught various orthopedic and manual therapy courses over his career. He was the original founder of Rocky Mountain Rehabilitation, now working as a clinical physical therapist specializing in orthopedics with a focus on chronic pain and cognitive based interventions alongside traditional physical therapy.
Sarah Collins PT, DPT, OCS
Sarah received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University after graduating with honors from Purdue University. Sarah is trained in level 2 Trigger Point Dry Needling and is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedics (OCS). She is also a certified yoga instructor. As a yogi and runner, Sarah enjoys treating athletes with a particular interest in the hip, knee, and ankle. She has a passion for the outdoors and volunteering as a "Big" mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Lindsey Swaim, PT, DPT OCS
Lindsey joined Rocky Mountain Rehabilitation after 8 years of practice in her hometown of Winchester, Virginia. She graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from West Virginia University in 2010 and went on to completed Evidence in Motion’s Orthopedic Residency in 2012. She earned the designation of Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2013. She also has completed Level 2 Functional Dry Needling training. Lindsey enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic conditions and loves the range of individuals the profession of a Physical Therapy allows her to work with on a daily basis. As she has been a lifelong athlete, she especially enjoys helping her clients reach their activity goals through manual treatment in addition to specific movement analysis and exercise prescription.
Jim Rennell, PT
Jim has been a Physical Therapist since 1977 after graduating form Marquette University. He practiced in multiple hospital systems in Michigan until 1986. He moved to Colorado as the Program Director of El Paso County Easter Seals in January 1986. In 1987 he became part owner of the Back to Work Clinic in Colorado Springs and became certified in Key Functional Assessments. Jim went on to become one of the first Senior Assessment Specialists and has performed over 2,000 assessments. He also was in the initial class of computer trained assessment specialists. He became an instructor for Key Method and a technical support consultant in 1997. He also has extensive background as an expert witness for both the plaintiff and defendant. He continues to perform assessments at Rocky Mountain Rehab in addition to his teaching and technical support roles with Key Method.
Kayla Snavley, Director of First Impressions
Kayla Snavley, MA, LPCC, NCC received her BA in Psychology in 2014 from Adams State University and recently graduated with honors from Colorado Christian University with her MA in Counseling. Kayla manages the administration duties at Rocky Mountain Rehabilitation with answering phones, scheduling patients and coordinating with insurance providers. Kayla is also building her her own business (K.H. Counseling, LLC) with experience as a Prepare Enrich facilitator, certified in SafeTALK, and member of the American Counseling Association. Kayla is a Colorado native and enjoys hiking, yin yoga, and Zumba in her free time.
Melanie graduated from MSU Denver with a BS in Biology and is in the process of applying to physical therapy school. She previously worked in an outpatient clinic in Denver where she found her passion for physical therapy and helping people get back to living their best life. Melanie plays and referees rugby, and enjoys learning about nutrition and traveling.
Tanya Brown, Billing/Account Manager
Tanya is responsible for communication with insurance companies to include collections, denials and claim resolution. She is the coordinator for patient accounts and works with patients individually to make payment arrangements and help patients with insurance questions and problems. Tanya has over seventeen years experience as a Billing Specialist. She is a native of Colorado Springs
What insurance plans do you take?
United Health Care
Mutual of Omaha
Beech Street Multiplan
Aetna (only some plans)
Rocky Mountain Health Plans
Tricare - we ALWAYS take Tricare so if you’re having problems getting a referral, please call and let us help
Don't see your plan? Call us! Let us double check for exceptions or see 'our services' for our cash pay rates
What if you don't take my insurance?
You can still see us! See the "Our Services" page for our cash rates that are discounted to be cheaper than what we bill insurance companies. This also means less paperwork and no doctor referral required!
Is Physical Therapy painful?
The short answer is NO. Our therapists do not use a 'no pain no gain' philosophy. We don't "crank on knees" or tell you to "suck it up". It is a common misconception that physical therapy hurts! Our job is to make you feel better, so any discomfort involved in that process should be 100% worth it and 100% okay with you.
Do I Need to See A Doctor First?
No! A doctor's referral or prescription is NOT required to see a physical therapist. However, some insurance companies DO require a referral if you want your insurance to cover it. This includes Medicare and a few others. Call us to find out if your insurance requires one.
If you'd like to do your paperwork ahead of time, download and complete BOTH of the patient forms, along with ONE of the "body specific forms' based on which body region is most relevant to your physical therapy treatment