Physical Therapy

From post-op rehab to chronic low back pain, physical therapy can help you get back in the game faster. Direct access physical therapy means you may see a Doctor of Physical Therapy without seeing your physician. A Doctor of Physical Therapy may then diagnose, treat, or refer you for an MRI, X-ray or to see your physician when needed. 

A unique private pay physical therapy model allows for direct 1-1 time spent with each patient, focusing on education and independence to empower you to get back to full strength at a lower frequency of visits than traditional insurance based practices. Advanced training in orthopedic manual therapy and trigger point dry needling allows for quick identification and treatment of the source of your pain with the necessary techniques and exercise in order to get you back to your full potential faster. 

David Fathalikhani


David earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Marymount University in Arlington, VA in 2016 after completing his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Masters in Public Health from The Ohio State University. While at Ohio State, David was a pitcher and two-time co-captain for the OSU baseball program, winning one Big-Ten title, and finishing his career ranked in the top 10 all time in appearances in school history. 

David moved to Colorado in 2016 to begin his physical therapy career and pursue his passion in sports medicine. He has since completed advanced training in manual therapy and in 2018 obtained his Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapy certification through the Maitland-Australian Physiotherapy Seminars program. Additionally, David is Trigger Point Dry Needling Level 1 and 2 certified. David believes in combining his background in athletics, with his clinical experience and manual therapy training to return athletes of all ages to their optimal level of performance.



Sports Performance

Whether you're an athlete looking to train for team sports or a weekend warrior trying to stay in shape, our highly trained and certified strength and conditioning coaches can help you accomplish your goals.

We believe in the power of individualized training and programming for every athlete, young or old. We will combine the latest techniques in sports training combined with proven methods to help you feel good, move better and elevate your game. We work closely with our physical therapy staff so our training is designed with you, the client, specifically in mind. From the physical therapy table to return to sport, sports performance can help make the difference for you. 

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Cody McAninch CSCS

Cody is Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He played football at CU Boulder, where he redshirted as a freshman, and then went on to finish his college career as a wrestler at the University of Northern Colorado. He believes that regardless of your goals, you must develop a clear vision for how you will achieve those goals. Developing actionable steps that you can take ownership of on your journey is key to holding yourself accountable. Cody's goal is to provide a setting where people are motivated and encouraged to go after their fitness and performance goals.


Leslie Henny CSCS

Leslie earned her bachelor in exercise science from Slippery Rock University and her master in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach through NSCA as well as a Certified Personal Trainer through NASM. Leslie moved to Colorado in 2020 after spending the last 3 years working as a Sports Performance Coach for The Akron Women’s Zips Soccer Program. Leslie played collegiate soccer at Bowling Green State University for a year before transferring to Slippery Rock University and continuing her collegiate career there. At Slippery Rock, Leslie was an all conference and regional player and helped her team to a conference championship, Sweet 16, and Elite 8 appearances. 

Leslie’s goal is to help others, whether they are just starting working out or looking to take their performance to the next level. She aims to provide training that is best suited to fit an individual’s needs and goals and be a motivator in achieving those goals. She values an environment built upon trust, positivity, and encouragement and guiding her clients to achieving their personal best.


Chad Deaver CSCS

Chad found his love for strength and conditioning while serving in the Army for 5 years. Chad served as a Paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division where physical readiness was paramount and sparked his passion for elite physical fitness. Over time Chad combined his passion for strength training with his obsession for sports and decided a career as a strength and conditioning coach would be a dream job.


Chad recently graduated with his Master’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and holds a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Nutrition from Appalachian State University. Chad has competed in Strongman competitions and is set to compete at his second national championship next summer. Chad's experiences in strength and conditioning are broad, working with both general fitness clients  to Division 1 collegiate athletes and military personnel, with goals ranging from general health and weight loss to athletic performance. Chad has a passion for the outdoors and enjoys skiing, hiking, fishing, and anything else that gets him outside.