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Rodrigo Gil Moreno de Mora, PT, DPT, MA

Doctor of Physical Therapy-President and Bilingual Therapist

Rodrigo Gil Moreno de Mora, PT, DPT, MA

I graduated with the charter class from Regis University in 1996 with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy. I then went on to a second masters which focused on the psychological aspects of injuries. In 2005, I obtained a Doctorate in Physical Therapy that emphasized a manual therapy approach to the rehabilitation process.

As an experienced cyclist, I have experienced many injuries and thus integrate a scientific/therapeutic approach to the rehabilitation process. I also developed specific rehabilitation programs for cyclists of all experiences that emphasizes in biomechanical performance and neuromuscular balance. In 2006 I started the Diamond Peak Racing Team that members of the community have joined to share their love of biking. As Diamond Peak Racing and Diamond Peak Physical Therapy, I volunteer in local events helping to promote cycling for the kids and cyclist of all ages.

In July of 2002, after working for over 6 years with the “industrial athlete”, helping injured workers to get back to work. I opened Diamond Peak Physical Therapy, P.C. to use my experience and knowledge to serve the needs of our community in both Spanish and English.

In 2007 I began taking Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN) classes. I have taken the advanced needling courses and have seen amazing results using the needles alone and in conjunction with other manual techniques.

As the insurance industry is forcing changes in the way we focus our treatments, I continue to be faithful to my principles of quality care instead of quantity of patients.