Physical Therapists Colorado Springs: Physical therapists are movement specialists trained to evaluate, diagnose and treat conditions with physical therapy that may hinder people from living life as fully as they would like. In Colorado, you can see a physical therapist immediately, without a referral, and we get you on the fast track to pain-free living.
After receiving a thorough evaluation, we work with you to create a customized program to meet your specific needs. During your treatment sessions at Great Moves, you spend the entire time exclusively with your therapist. Your therapist meets your individual needs using ‘hands on’ therapy, education and exercises to enhance your quality of life. In an age where most clinics provide short treatment times and use support personnel, we have been able to provide our 1-on-1, 60-minute treatment sessions without the use of aides or techs.
All of physical therapists and specialists are accredited by their respective associations. This best assures you get the highest quality of care. It’s now time for you to meet our team!
Want to Work at Great Moves?
Want to join our wonderful team of therapists at Great Moves Physical Therapy? Please call 719-477-6870 or email your resumé to [email protected]
Our team consists of physical therapists, massage therapists, personal trainers, and administrative staff. Everyone works together to get you feeling better!
Jacki Koury, PT, MPT
Jacki Koury, PT, MsPT, founded Great Moves in May of 2001, after moving to Colorado Springs in 1993, she graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Park & Recreation Management.
After working in a hand clinic & PT clinic, Jacki attended Regis University in Denver, completing her Master’s Degree of Science in Physical Therapy.
She taught at Regis University as an affiliate faculty after graduating while working at the Arkansas Valley Medical Center in LaJunta and at In Motion Pt. She opened her own clinic in 2001 to treat golfers. Her favorite areas to treat are the low back, hips, shoulders, feet and necks. Biggest passion is improving people’s performance in life.
I consider heating my girl’s clothes in the dryer EVERY morning before school as one my greatest accomplishments … :O)
Jessica Cozine-Lehman, PT, DPT
Congratulations to Jessica who was recently awarded Physical Therapist of the Year by the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association).
Physical therapist, Jessica Cozine-Lehman, earned her undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ and her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Regis University in Denver, CO in 2004. She began working at Great Moves in 2005, and became a partner in 2009.
She has continued her education in many areas, including manual therapy, women’s health and sport specific rehabilitation (cycling, running and triathlon). Jessica had the honor of going to the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece in 2004 as a therapist for the Cycling Team.
Jessica has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 2001. She has enjoyed volunteering for the Colorado Chapter of the APTA since 2002, and currently serves on the Colorado APTA Board. She is also the Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee and serves on the Colorado delegation at the National House of Delegates. She is honored to have received the Bob Doctor Service Award in 2008 and was named the Outstanding Physical Therapist of the Year in 2014 by the Colorado APTA.
Monica Clinesmith, PT, DPT
Physical therapist, Monica Clinesmith, particularly enjoys finding and correcting movement impairments that cause pain, whether for athletes on the field or for someone trying to learn how to perform daily activities without pain. She also enjoys working with patients with chronic pain to help address the complex underlying factors contributing to those syndromes. She has taken advanced courses in Movement Impairment Syndromes from Washington University in St. Louis.
Monica is Functional Movement Screen certified and has taken several functional movement system classes. She is also level II certified in dry needling. She has been an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 2003. Monica is also a dry needling specialist.
Karen Stellick, PT
Physical therapist and golf specialist, Karen Stellick, brings more than 30 years of experience and a vast knowledge of orthopedic and neurologic treatment methods. She enjoys the quick recovery of total joint replacements and the challenge of neurologic care.
Karen worked as the physical therapist for the LPGA for 4 years. She continues to teach with local high school and collegiate programs. Karen is available for public speaking and education in the areas of golf, women’s health, arthritis, and aging.
Our Massage Therapists
Mary Herrera, RMT, CNMT
Mary is a graduate of the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy and is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She is a certified neuromuscular therapist, and has been honing her craft for nine years. Mary specializes in trigger point therapy, working with patient’s pre and post-surgery and post traumatic events, such as car accidents, falls, or athletic competitions.
She possesses a thorough knowledge of anatomy and the soft-tissue links to improved movement. Her ability to problem-solve, attention to detail, and unique focus on the individual set her apart from practitioners in her field. While typically in search of injury treatment or prevention, her clients walk away rejuvenated, with lower stress, and improved sense of well-being.
When she’s not practicing her art, Mary can be found running and hiking the trails of Colorado Springs with her dogs and enjoying her practice of Pilates.
Our Personal Trainers
Formerly ACSM certified, personal trainer, Ty Arcilla, has acted as a gymnastics coach and the strength and conditioning specialist for Colorado College’s men’s soccer team. He worked in the bike industry, owning his own shop, for 20 years. He has been a snowboard instructor and EMT.
Ty has been intimately involved with children programs including being the children’s strength and conditioning specialist at World’s Gym and the downtown YMCA in Colorado Springs, and acting as club counselor and after school rec coordinator for the Boys and Girls Club in Salt Lake City.
Ty believes in having fun while exercising, incorporating play ground play, various exercise ball routines, and TRX, to name a few into your individualized personal training session.
Aaron received his BS in Strength & Conditioning from UCCS. He was nominated “Most Outstanding Student” by faculty & staff for his dedication and leadership qualities. Aaron was born and raised in Alaska, and grew up playing golf, fishing, and hunting. He was involved in sports at a young age, and excelled in golf, basketball and soccer. While in Alaska he started working at his local Golf Course at the age of 12. He participated in junior golf programs, and contributed to the growth of the game in his community. In his spare time he plays golf, and basketball.
Aaron has been working with athletes of all ages for 2 years. He loves to volunteer for local golf related events and with the Boys and Girls club. He will work with you for developing specific exercise programs to meet your goals.
“My biggest accomplishment is receiving a degree in Health Science. College was not an easy trek it took dedication, responsibility, hard work, and above all, perseverance. I realized true accomplishment when the Dean of UCCS handed me my diploma. What a great experience college was. I am truly blessed to be here at Great Moves.”
Below are the members of our administrative staff. Feel free to contact them with any help you may need from them:
Debbie DeBaun, MBA, CPC, CHA, CHCA, CPPM, ICDCT-CM
Give us a call!
Call 719-477-6870 to schedule an appointment to see one of our physical therapists, massage therapists, personal trainers today! If you contact us after hours or weekends, please leave a message and we’ll return your call as soon as we can.