Tens of millions of people suffer from migraine, cluster or tension headaches. The causes and treatments vary depending on the type of headache you have, the duration and whether it is chronic or acute.


Fibromyalgia is a common condition characterized by widespread pain in joints, muscles, tendons and other soft tissues. Other problems commonly linked with fibromyalgia include fatigue, morning stiffness, sleep problems, headaches, numbness in hands and feet, depression and anxiety.


Four out of five (80%) American adults experience back and neck pain sometime during their lives. That's millions of Americans who suffer from chronic back pain and the lost mobility it causes.


Myofascial release is a unique form of physical therapy used for a variety of pain-related and soft-tissue complaints. Most importantly, it works.


An estimated 90 million Americans (42% of the current population) experience dizziness at least once in their lifetime. Some patients develop permanent balance deficits with subsequent functional limitations.


Manual therapy techniques including myofascial release, soft tissue mobilization, and stretching deliver favorable results in treatment of pain and spasm due to trigger points. However, occasionally the condition cannot be fully resolved with manual techniques & exercise alone.

Where The Power to Help is in Your Hands, and The Power to Help Heal is in Ours

manual-therapy-associates-staff-2At Manual Therapy Associates, you’ll find one very important difference. We always deliver hands-on, one-to-one physical therapy aimed at giving you a faster, more effective recovery.

Whether you have a work injury, auto injury or sports injury, we have the advanced training and unique capabilities to get you out of pain and back to your activities sooner. If you have been unable to receive effective therapy elsewhere or need a second opinion, we can help.

At Manual Therapy Associates, we believe that life is movement and movement is life. And you don’t have to live with pain and dysfunction as long as we are here with the experience, resources and hands-on expertise to help you.

Doctors, the community and other therapists trust us, so can you


Back painMany referring doctors know it. And patients we’ve treated know it. They’ve experienced our caring, knowledge, dedication and results first hand.

Doctors know that we go out of our way to work closely with them and their patients throughout therapy and rehabilitation. They also know that we educate patients so they fully understand their condition, how to improve it and how to prevent reinjury.

That’s why so many doctors send us their most complex cases, and so many patients come to us for second opinions.

You can trust that you are always in good hands at Manual Therapy Associates. The road to healing, recovery and good health is well within your reach.



PT: BS in physical therapy, Louisiana State University Medical Center in 1991; Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Fellowship in Manual Therapy at Regis University in 2007. Affiliate faculty member Regis University.

Certification: CCRT: Certified Canine Rehab Therapist, Pilates instructor

Advanced Training: Dr. Do’s additional post graduate education includes spinal and extremity mobilization/manipulation, neural mobilization, Myofascial Release, McKenzie approach to spinal mechanical pain and dysfunction, muscle energy techniques, and medical exercise therapy. He has taught seminars as well as his own classes for physical therapists.

Member: American Physical Therapy Association, American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists

Lecturer & National Speaker


PT: BS in physical therapy, University Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School in 1989; Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Fellowship in Manual Therapy, Regis University in 2007, Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist.

Advanced Training/Teaching:   She has extensive postgraduate education in manual therapy including:  the McKenzie approach to spinal mechanical pain and dysfunction, spinal manipulation,  Craniosacral Therapy, dry needling, and muscle energy techniques. She attended a six month post graduate Manual Therapy program at Thim van der Laan University  in Utrecht, Netherlands. She is passionate about her work and changes that it can make in peoples lives. Dr. Sandra Do taught the Fascial Pelvis; with John Barnes Myofascial Release Seminars 1991-2000. She continues teaching for MFR seminars locally.

Member: American Physical Therapy Association, American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists

Lecturer & National Speaker

Stephanie Johnson, PT, DPT

received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She completed her undergraduate studies in Kinesiology and Spanish from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.

Dr. Johnson has training in advanced exercise physiology, cardiovascular and immunological responses to exercise, and manual therapy interventions of the spine and upper and lower extremities. Her clinical interests include spinal dysfunctions, vestibular pathologies, using biomechanical analysis to identify underlying impairments, and chronic pain science. She is passionate about providing a holistic, individualized treatment plan that empowers each patient to a faster recovery. Outside of the clinic she enjoys hiking with her dog and exploring all the outdoor adventures that Colorado has to offer

Jennifer Rohling –  Office/Billing Manager

CNA:  CNA License in the State of Colorado, Graduated from Pima Medical Institute 1993

Jennifer has been with Manual Therapy Associates since March 2008.  She oversees the billing office and front office administrative staff.  Jennifer’s work passion is to make sure that the patient is taken care of by their insurance company according to their policy benefits and claims are paid in a timely manner.  Having worked for several insurance companies over the years, she will always go the extra mile to help patients understand their benefits and claim payment processes.

When Jennifer is not working, she spends her time with her husband and 7 year old son.  Her other pastimes include spending time in the outdoors camping, hiking, riding ATV’s and gardening.  Jennifer also has a passion for photography.

Nicole A. Drew – Administrative Assistant

Bachelor Degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder 2011

Nicole joined Manual Therapy Associates in 2013.  She provides front office administrative support for our patients and therapists. Nicole is dedicated to bringing the best customer service to our clients and strives to make sure that every individual feels right at home in our clinic. She has worked in customer service for several years and understands that open communication is integral in giving everyone the best physical therapy experience possible.

In her free time, Nicole likes to dive into reading books, watching movies, playing volleyball and running.  Her other passion is acting in her friend’s theatrical productions.


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