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…
East Fort Collins
Meet the Staff
Brenda graduated from the University of Kansas in 1984 with a degree in Occupational Therapy, she continued her education with achieving a Certification in Hand Therapy in 1991. Brenda has shared her passion and experience in Hand Therapy with fellow colleagues through teaching hand therapy courses and mentoring students completing their internships. Brenda is an active member of the American Society of Hand Therapists, the American Occupational Therapy Association, and the Colorado Occupational Therapy Association, which she is a past Vice-President. She coordinates a Northern Colorado Hand Journal Club, a quarterly collaboration of hand therapists and hand surgeons who come together to discuss current research and best practices for the upper extremity. In 2002, she opened Harmony Hand & Physical Therapy, eventually merging this thriving clinic with Colorado Physical Therapy Specialists in 2015 resulting in the creation of Colorado In Motion. Brenda keeps moving by enjoying the beautiful hiking trails in Colorado, visiting a beach at every opportunity, spending time with family, and practicing yoga.
Graduating from Colorado State University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, Sue immediately began her career in Hand Therapy. She achieved her Hand Therapy Certification in 1994, and has extensive experience in wound management and custom splint fabrication. Sue has also been a Certified Lymphedema Therapist since 2012, has trained in Complete Decongestive Therapy and Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage. Outside of work Sue is an avid trail runner, mountain biker and gardener of organic vegetables. She is an active member of the Diamond Peak Mountain Bike Patrol and the Overland Mountain Bike Club.
Maud moved to Fort Collins from Paris, France in 1991. In 1985, she completed her physical therapy studies in France. Maud has extensive experience in orthopedic injuries and rehabilitation. Additionally, she is qualified in lymphedema management and kinesiotaping. Maud completed certification in Trigger Point Dry Needling (TPDN) in 2011, and is utilizing this treatment method in treating muscle spasms and imbalances throughout the body. She has traveled with the US Olympic wrestling team as the team physical therapist.
Jordan Allison was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. He attended the University of Colorado and graduated with his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree in 2014. After one year of professional experience, he was accepted into the Saint Louis University and Sister Saint Mary’s Orthopedic Residency Program. Following residency completion, he passed the Orthopedic Specialty Examination and is now a board-certified Orthopedic Physical Therapy Specialist. Jordan enjoys evaluating, treating, and managing a variety of activity or sport-related injuries and is passionate about helping others to return to a higher level of performance or function than prior to the onset of their injury. Jordan finds joy in creating rich, meaningful relationships with the individuals he works with and strives to actively engage and listen, helping to better reach the individual’s personal and performance goals.
Jordan is blessed to have two beautiful daughters. Some of his hobbies include cycling, running, basketball, snowboarding, boxing, long nights of hide and seek with his girls, and occasional rap battles.
I workout pretty much every morning at Orange Theory Fitness which is amazing. It has changed my life in so many great ways. If I don’t work out Saturday mornings, then you can find me hiking with some of my girlfriends. I enjoy staying active. I love to be out on the water either boating or paddle boarding which is new to me but love it so much! I’ve started to get into reading a lot more than I ever have. It’s helped me learn a lot about myself. I like spending time with friends and family as well sitting on a patio at a brewery!
Originally from a small Indiana farming community, Hannah moved to Colorado in 1998 and still loves living here. She returned to the Midwest for college, attending Indiana University’s fine art program with a focus on photography, French, and music, but afterwards quickly settled back in mountain country.
Hannah worked eleven years as a receptionist at Harmony Hand & Physical Therapy Center, gaining extensive knowledge of the insurance industry, billing, and tenacious problem-solving. Now the insurance specialist for Colorado In Motion’s multiple locations in Northern Colorado, Hannah enjoys the daily challenge of working problematic accounts, continually learning, and the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of patients, her colleagues, as well as the business. She finds advocating for proper insurance payment very rewarding. However, she considers Colorado In Motion’s team the best part of her career, daily looking forward to interaction with patients and co-workers.
Hannah continues to passionately pursue visual and performing arts through travel photography, botanical acrylic painting, dancing with Rocky Mountain Latin Dance Academy, and occasionally writing music or blogging. When not absorbed in art projects, Hannah soaks up the Colorado sun by hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking, wakeboarding, and simply enjoying anything involving water.