I am 100% cured. No more numbness in my fingers. I don’t even need to wear my brace at night anymore. Your recommended equipment and posture changes did the trick. Thanks so much!
Our son was 9+ weeks premature and required physical therapy to help with his gross motor skills. Jessica Albers was our therapist and she was wonderful. She gave us the tools to help our son develop and he is now a very active little two year old. We would recommend Jessica to any parents with…
I was referred to CIM for some calf and Achilles issues a few months after a bad strain. I had the pleasure of working with Derek Haverley to resolve it. Derek took time explaining to me how dry needling could help the situation, the results were amazing. It took about 4-5 sessions of dry needling…
From the very first treatment with Tim I knew I was on the road to recovery. A combination of dry needling, manipulation, home exercises relieved my chronic leg pain caused by a herniated disk. I was in severe pain and limited mobility for more than 3 years. I’ve had 4 treatments and I’m back on…
Tim has been helping me deal with various running and cycling injuries for a couple of years. They have included hip, back, calf, and knee issues. The at-home exercises he recommended helped so much, and I am now running and cycling pain free. He also recommended a specific strength training program. I am so grateful…
Meet the Staff
Mandie graduated from Colorado State University (CSU) with a Master of Occupational Therapy. She has since practiced in both inpatient and outpatient settings with a specialization in neurological rehabilitation and vision/vestibular therapy for those who are recovering from a brain injury/concussion, brain tumor, or stroke. Mandie works primarily with the Aasha Brain Clinic at our BattleCreek location and offers comprehensive concussion management for those that have been impacted with cognition, dizziness, and vision difficulties post-injury. Her extensive training in neuro-behavioral vision and collaboration with local optometrists also benefits the pediatric population who have difficulty with reading, dizziness, balance, and performance in the classroom.
Mandie also offers neurological rehabilitation to all populations with long-standing diagnoses such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, and ALS. She is especially passionate about helping her patients return to work or school, continue to participate in activities that they enjoy, and live independently in home and community. Mandie has completed numerous trainings for neuro-rehabilitation facilitation, neurological vision deficits, vestibular therapy, concussion management, and is LSVT certified for Parkinson’s. She has also achieved her yoga teacher certification and enjoys introducing her patients to the practice or helping modify an existing practice for continued participation.
Prior to graduating from CSU, she had a 13-year career in construction, so she still enjoys sneaking in home improvement projects, when possible, but also enjoys spending time outdoors gardening, tending to her bees, fishing, and hiking with her husband and two kids.
Jennifer is originally from Michigan and moved to Colorado in 2007. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine from Central Michigan University. Jennifer then worked as an athletic trainer for 3 years prior to returning to school to pursue her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Colorado Denver in 2013. Since graduation, she has worked in long-term acute care, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient settings. Jennifer comes with a neuro background as she is certified in NeuroIFRAH, a handling technique for individuals with stroke and traumatic brain injury. She is very excited to transfer this knowledge to a new population with concussion and vestibular needs. Jennifer has also formed a passion for treating individuals through various pain states.
Jennifer is a competitive volleyball player, enjoys anything outdoors and loves spending time with her husband and two dogs.
Holden received his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2019 from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to completing graduate school, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado (though his parents are proud CSU Rams and remind him of their allegiances frequently). Whilte at the University of Pittsburgh, Holden spent considerable time traininging within the UPMC Sports Medicine Concussion Program where he studied the integrative management of concussion through vestibular and exertion-based treatment models. After completing his time in Pittsburgh, Holden moved to Columbus, Ohio where he continued his management of vestibular and concussion populations alongside patients with orthopedic injuries. Though he enjoyed his time in Pennsylvania and Ohio, his home ini Colorado ultimately proved too difficult to stay away from. Holden returns to Colorado with excitement and passion for serving the community that has poured so much effort into shaping him.
In his spare time, you will find Holden caring for his canine companions, attempting to play the piano, fixing his golf swing (unsuccessfully), supporting Colorado sports franchises, and pursuing his ultimate dream of becoming a world-class pickleball player.
I grew up in Northwest New Jersey, and grew up skiing. My father opened a ski and sport shop when I was 15 and cemented my love of the sport. After graduating high school I taught skiing at the local ski areas until a childhood friend who had moved to Colorado called and convinced me to check out the skiing there.
I moved to Summit County in 1975 and have been in Colorado ever since. I worked in food and beverage for 30 years and decided I needed a career change. I began working as an administrative assistant. In 2016 I started having trouble breathing in the higher elevation, so since my daughter and grandkids lived in Fort Collins, it seemed like the ideal place to relocate. I have worked for CPA’s for the last 8 years, but again decided on a career change. I was drawn to Colorado in Motion by the job description and working more closely with people.