Nancy obtained a Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University in 1992 and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in 2014. Over the past 25+ years, Nancy's career has encompassed work in outpatient clinics, inpatient rehab, acute care hospitals, skilled nursing, home health and clinical research. Her passion is working with clients. Nancy truly loves being a PT and having the opportunity to help others and possibly impact their lives in a positive way. She strives to bring compassion, caring and joy to her practice. Nancy has completed advanced training in the Neurodevelopmental Treatment Approach (NDT) as well as obtaining Vestibular Rehabilitation Competency Certification at Emory University. She is Saebo certified and is proficient in Kinesiology taping. In addition, she has completed extensive education in orthopedic and manual therapy treatment. She believes in a comprehensive treatment approach - to consider the entire person when developing a treatment plan. She also believes patient education is an important part of therapy - empowering you to help manage your condition.
Nancy opened Dynamic Recovery Physical Therapy in 2014 based on the principles of providing high quality skilled Physical Therapy services with a focus on the individual client and "hands-on" therapy. Nancy doesn't believe in "assembly line" Physical Therapy so schedules one client at a time in order to address the client's rehab needs. She does not transfer the care of her clients to aides or assistants. By providing focused, individualized attention, Nancy feels that people often recover faster. She believes in the power of Physical Therapy to decrease pain and increase function.
When not working, Nancy enjoys spending time with her family, running, skiing, biking, reading, gardening, doing yoga and being active in the outdoors.
Morgan Wilson, PT, DPT
Morgan graduated from Michigan State University with her B.S. in Physiology in 2012 and with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Colorado in 2016. Since graduating, she has worked in skilled nursing and inpatient rehabilitation settings before joining Dynamic Recovery Physical Therapy in June 2019. Morgan enjoys working with individuals from all walks of life and values the opportunity to learn from each of her patients. She has a particular interest in neurologic rehabilitation with experience and education in balance and vestibular rehabilitation. Her treatment focuses on hands-on, individualized, and evidence-based care. Morgan is committed to providing effective, compassionate, and comprehensive care to her patients by creating positive working relationships, fully educating patients, and empowering patients to take charge of their health.
Outside of patient care, Morgan serves as an instructor, choreographer, and board member for an integrated dance company which includes dancers with and without disabilities and teaches dance classes of her own. She is eager to begin teaching Dance for Parkinson's Disease classes in the community and, when her schedule permits, plays the flute with community orchestras. She also serves on the Colorado American Physical Therapy Association Professional Development Committee and volunteers as a preceptor for physical therapy students at DAWN clinic, serving uninsured individuals in Aurora, CO. Morgan enjoys spending time with friends and family, swimming, traveling, and any opportunity for time in the Colorado sunshine.
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