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
Dona J. Leonard, MS, OTR/L is an Occupational Therapist and Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist who has practiced in Northern Colorado since 2005. As Director of the Industrial Health division at CIM, she customizes Early Intervention treatment and Ergonomics training programs for Colorado employers, helping our workforce avoid musculoskeletal injuries and stay strong while thriving at work. Dona is a certified ART® provider, and performs functional Job Analysis and Ergonomic evaluation for governmental and private industries. Dona is a certified ART® provider and X-RTS® Functional Capacity evaluator, and has served for seven years as a member of the BBB & Pinnacol Assurance Safety Committee. To maintain balance, Dona escapes with her family to the mountains as often as possible, and enjoys CrossFit, salsa dancing and swimming. For more information, or to speak with Dona directly, please call Industrial Health Direct line at 970-674-9675.
Dr. Barker earned her post-professional doctorate in occupational therapy (OTD) from Rocky
Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. She earned her undergraduate
degree in occupational therapy from Colorado State University in 1998, at which time she began
her career as a therapist in the U.S. Army. As a therapist in the Army she gained extensive
experience in upper extremity rehabilitation performing neuromusculoskeletal evaluations for a
wide variety of diagnoses. She has extensive experience with traumatic injuries, post-operative
management of upper extremity conditions and splint fabrication. Dr. Barker is a certified hand
therapist (CHT) and enjoys treating patients of all ages with upper extremity conditions. Dr.
Barker is certified in ART® (Active Release Technique) for the upper extremities and treats
patients at our Windsor location. She is an active member of the American Society of Hand
Therapists (ASHT), and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Dr. Barker
currently serves as adjunct faculty at Colorado State University in their Occupational Therapy
department. Dr. Barker likes to keep moving by spending time with her two active boys and
Dr. Katie Hall received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Colorado in 2015. Prior to pursuing her degree in physical therapy, she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Exercise Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine at Colorado State University. Dr. Hall’s special interests include sports medicine, injury prevention, and health promotion. She enjoys working with individuals of all ages and abilities. Dr. Hall is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Orthopaedic Section. She is a board certified Orthopaedic Physical Therapist (OCS), and she has become certified as a Therapeutic Pain Specialist (TPS).
Dr. Hall is a Colorado native, and she is passionate about the great outdoors. She enjoys running, triathlon, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and snowboarding. When she isn’t outside, she enjoys reading a good book, watching movies, and relaxing with friends and family.
Dr. Oeffling earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona in 2011 and her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies at Colorado State University in 2005. She began her career as a traveling physical therapist working in a variety of settings and states before moving back to Northern Colorado to work in the outpatient orthopedic setting. Dr. Oeffling is board certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy (OCS) and an LSVT BIG(TM) certified clinician for people with Parkinson’s disease, movement disorders, and neurologic conditions. She enjoys working with people of all ages and backgrounds in orthopedic and neurologic fields to improve their function and reach their goals.
Dr. Oeffling is an outdoor enthusiast and an avid hiker having climbed all of Colorado’s 58 14ers and many of the state’s 13ers. She enjoys exploring Colorado, cooking, traveling, cycling, gardening, and spending time with family and friends.
Cam grew up in rural Wyoming towns before finally settling in Cheyenne, WY with his parents and older sister. When Cam was young he dreamed of saving lives as a combat medic, but his parents didn’t share my excitement for that path! Instead, Cam chose to pursue a degree in athletic training. Cam received his undergraduate degree in athletic training from the University of Northern Colorado in 2016. Since then he has worked in two different orthopedic clinics while providing coverage for high school and club athletics. Currently Cam is entering his final semester to receive his master of occupational therapy. Cam appreciates the mixture of knowledge he has developed over the last year and feels the holistic nature of occupational therapy balances the body structure and function foci of his athletic training background. Cam is obsessed with the philosophical core of occupational therapy and enjoys creating space for people to be autonomous and active recipients of care. Upon graduating Cam is interested in pursuing a specialty certification in hand therapy or vestibular therapy would like to incorporate his knowledge and experience with concussion and mild TBI into his practice.
When he is not working Cam can be found reading or exercising- he is a philosophy nerd and just started reading works by Ludwig Wittgenstein. He also likes to unwind by hiking, camping, playing chess (Buffalo Ridge Elementary School 5th grade chess club champion), or finding another plant-based recipe to master.
Bio coming soon!
I grew up in a farming community in Iowa, where this small-town, mid-western girl couldn’t wait to venture outside cornfields in exchange for skyscrapers and bright lights in Los Angeles. I resided in LA for 25 years where I enjoyed a variety of positions in the legal and medical arenas. My most challenging position was that of Disaster Response Program Manager for the American Red Cross, where I stayed very busy due to the havoc caused by Mother Nature’s wrath (wildfires, floods and earthquakes). Having lost my homes in both an F5 tornado in Iowa and the 6.0 Northridge earthquake, I understand what it is like to be impacted by a natural disaster and the importance of recovery in its aftermath. The fast-lane was not as appealing to us after the birth of our child, so my husband and I decided to slow down our pace by relocating up to the San Bernardino Mountains where we enjoyed a beautiful, peaceful mountain community for another 10 years. Family loyalty and responsibility drew us to Colorado in 2015 where we chose to be near our transplanted Iowa family. We exchanged our familiar San Bernardino Mountains for the rugged Rockies.
After getting settled in Colorado, I was unsure of what career path to pursue, but I knew that I wanted to be in an energetic, positive and healthy work environment. BINGO…Colorado in Motion called me for an interview. I was initiated into the therapy working world by covering the front desk at our busy Harmony Clinic before accepting the opportunity to learn our Industrial Health side of the business at our Windsor Clinic. I enjoy this team of devoted professionals and am inspired by everyone’s passions both inside and outside of the clinic.
I have been exploring all that Colorado has to offer and have challenged myself to many hikes in the mountains. Although I miss the Pacific Ocean, I am finding solitude in the lovely mountain lakes and streams available in Colorado in addition to all of the wildlife that exist in these habitats. I have also found a passion in photography, where I have captured spectacular mountain landscapes, wildlife and my newest interest – barns! These historic structures are disappearing from our landscape and I am determined to photograph EVERY one of them while dragging my family along for the adventure. I guess things have gone full circle for me…I have returned to my country-girl roots and am enjoying life as the Barn Goddess…in motion.
Laura is a native of Windsor Colorado. Laura loves our community and the wonderful relationships she develops with the great people who come to Colorado In Motion. Laura has a handsome 12-year-old son who keeps her moving and keeps her on her toes. Her family loves our Colorado backyard and is frequently hiking, playing football, soccer, biking, fishing, camping, or anything they can do to get away to the mountains!