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
Dr. Kristen Holman received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 2008 and her Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Kinesiology from the University of Northern Colorado in 2004. She specializes in pediatrics and treating children with a wide array of needs including musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, developmental, and genetic disorders. Dr. Holman is certified in functional Trigger Point Dry Needling and has completed additional education courses in kinesiotaping, gait assessment, vestibular therapy, and developmental orthopedics. She enjoys treating kids of all ages from birth through teenage years. Dr. Holman feels it is important to understand and include the family’s priorities when discussing and developing evidence based treatment plans to best meet their needs and achieve their goals. Outside of work her time is dedicated to chasing after her two kids and enjoying time with family and friends.
Kate gradated with a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Rush University In Chicago, IL in 2015. She is originally from Chicago, IL and received her bachelors in psychology from University of Wyoming.
She has had a passion for working with children from a young age and has worked with children in a variety of volunteer capacities both nationally and internationally including; Tanzania, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic. Kate began her OT career working at a developmental preschool in Cheyenne and has also grown as a therapist working with adults in acute rehabilitation in Cheyenne. She continues to learn and expand these skills working in pediatric population.
As a mother of her own young daughter, she understands the importance of including the whole family in every child’s treatment. Kate also enjoys snowboarding, hiking, climbing, arts and crafts, traveling, and being a mom.
Lauren attended Saint Louis University where she earned her Master’s of Occupational Therapy degree in 2016. Prior to graduate school, she attended Luther College, where she was a member of the cross country and track teams, while she worked toward her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology.
Lauren has always had a passion for helping others and found the perfect outlet for this as a pediatric occupational therapist. She is inspired by the kids she works with and strives to help them learn and develop skills to promote lives full of meaning. Lauren is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
In her spare time, Lauren enjoys spending time with her husband and dog exploring the outdoors, skiing, and paddleboarding.
Rachel received her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Ithaca College in 2016. She was a member of the varsity collegiate rowing and sculling team at Ithaca College while receiving a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Science with a minor in Psychology. Rachel began her occupational therapy career in New York City where she was a pediatric occupational therapist at a specialty school for children ages 3 to 21 years old with a diagnosis of Autism.
Rachel is passionate about helping others and enjoys working with children of all ages. She understands the importance of communicating and collaborating with other disciplines and families to ensure carryover of skills. Rachel provides an engaging and fun environment to help each child grow. She is an active member of American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).
In her free time, Rachel enjoys exploring all that Colorado has to offer including, hiking, kayaking, camping, skiing, and biking.
Alexa received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado in 2018. Prior to PT school, she competed as a collegiate hurdler at the University of Missouri while receiving her Bachelor of Health Sciences. Alexa enjoys evaluating and treating both, kids with neurodevelopmental and musculoskeletal disorders as well as young athletes hoping to return to a higher level of performance after an injury. She strives to create meaningful relationships with the individuals she works with along with their families as she understands the importance of a family approach to therapy. She is passionate about improving her patients’ overall function as well as reduce their risk for future injuries in their sports. She is certified in trigger point dry needling and is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), including both the pediatric and sports sections of the APTA.
Alexa’s hobbies include spending time with her four fur babies, hiking, running, CrossFit, arts and crafts, and cheering on her Green Bay Packers.
Alex graduated with her Masters of Occupational Therapy degree from Colorado State University in 2019. She is originally from Kansas City, KS and received her bachelor’s degree in developmental psychology from Pittsburg State University. Throughout her education, Alex interned at multiple pediatric settings including schools and outpatient clinics working with newborns to young adults. She also began providing pediatric adaptive swim lessons during graduate school which greatly reinforced her passion working with kids.
Following graduation, she has gained pediatric experience in multiple settings including working in early intervention, aquatic occupational therapy, and now clinic-based occupational therapy at Colorado in Motion. Alex is passionate about client-centered care and helping her patients and families achieve independence in areas that are important and meaningful to them. She loves working in a variety of different settings and with different ages of children from infants to teenagers. In her freetime, Alex enjoys being outside in the mountains as much as possible! Most weekends she is either hiking, biking, camping, kayaking, or skiing in this beautiful state.
Dr. Molly Vincent graduated from Midwestern University – Downers Grove, IL with her doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018. She received her bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Kentucky. During her time in school she trained at Shriners Children’s Hospital Chicago with experiences in pediatric inpatient/intensive rehab, outpatient, acute care and aquatic therapy. She started her pediatric career in Chicago doing early intervention and clinic-based therapy.
Molly is passionate about pediatric therapy and utilizes a functional, evidence-based approach to prioritize the patient and family’s goals. She enjoys evaluating children of all ages and developing individualized rehabilitation plans specific to a patient’s goals and needs. Molly is a member of the American Academy of Physical Therapy and a member of the pediatric section.
In her free time, Molly enjoys spending time with her daughter, husband and golden retriever. She is either at home cooking/baking or outside enjoying the beautiful state either hiking, biking, or camping.
Hi! I’m Karla and I am a student at Front Range College (FRC) in Fort Collins, Colorado. I am studying to become a Registered Nurse (RN) because I want to bring happiness to individuals and their families, and comfort to those in need.
What brings me to Colorado In Motion is the opportunity to learn a new experience to improve my work skills, and of course, I love working with kids. I am comfortable with the work environment in this company as well!
In my free time I enjoy hiking, reading history books, camping, going to the lake, and spending time with family.
It’s amazing to see the journeys of the patients who come to Colorado in Motion. It is heartwarming to see how they get better each day they attend therapy sessions. I work with Pediatrics at the Greeley location and I love working around kids! I am often taking part in therapy sessions with kids when I am able to translate for families, and I enjoy being able to be part of their experience at Colorado in Motion.
In my free time I love to spend time with my family. I love the outdoors and the many things there are to do in Colorado. I enjoy rides to the mountains, hikes, shopping, and cooking.