Physical Therapy Near Fort Collins in Loveland

Physical Therapy for Injury Treatment, Rehabilitation, Sports Injuries & More

Find the Source of Your Pain and Discomfort

We want to help you do more of what you love, whether that’s road biking up windy mountain passes, going for a leisurely hike, or playing with your kids. It’s hard to do those things when you’re in pain or when your movements are limited, but that’s where we can help.

At Diamond Peak PT, our approach to physical therapy is simple:

  1. Restore the body’s ideal natural alignment via manual techniques and specific exercises.
  2. Stabilize the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and joints by re-educating your body on how to move naturally. Pilates, dry needling, and other advanced clinical techniques are all excellent tools that enhance stabilization.
  3. Strengthen the muscles in a functional manner.

Oftentimes, physical therapy begins with a focus on increasing strength, but our holistic approach ensures you’ll feel good for the long run. That’s because we get down to the root of your pain, discomfort, and mobility problems, which makes all the difference.

Keep scrolling to learn more about our physical therapy, pilates, dry needling, bike fitting, and other services designed to keep you moving freely, now and into the future.

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Conditions We Treat
Each physical therapist at Diamond Peak PT is an experienced provider of evidence-based treatments that will help you achieve a more balanced body. We use the latest and most advanced therapies, plus proven techniques that have been around for decades.

Over the years, we’ve treated patients for a variety of conditions, including:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Muscle strains
  • Knee, ankle, and foot pain
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Dysfunctional movement patterns
  • Work-related injuries
  • Shoulder, elbow, hand, and wrist pain
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Muscle tightness and soreness

If you suffer from one of these conditions, or others, you could benefit from a strategic and personalized physical therapy program.

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Physical Therapy
We want to share a secret with you: Pain during physical activity isn’t normal! Being afraid to move freely isn’t normal either, and if you’re concerned about hurting yourself while doing your favorite things, physical therapy could be the solution to your worries. Whether you’re aiming to rehabilitate an injury, fix dysfunctional movement patterns, or something else, we can help.
Physical Therapy 101

No matter what caused your condition,
we can help restore movement and function in your body.

Pilates in Loveland
Pilates is all about precision and control. When you move through the exercises in a Pilates class, you’ll focus on technique, proper body mechanics, and breath. It can be done with or without equipment, and while it’s a natural complement to physical therapy, but you don’t have to be a physical therapy patient to benefit from Pilates. Join our skilled instructors for pilates classes that will improve your core strength, flexibility, coordination, and mind-body awareness.

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Patient Success Stories

Dry Needling

Trigger point dry needling, often referred to as dry needling, is a physical therapy technique that treats the body’s neuromusculoskeletal systems. It’s an incredibly effective method of treating dysfunctions in muscle, fascia, and connective tissue.

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Myofascial Release (MFR)

MFR is a manual therapy technique that’s used to treat fascia (soft tissue). Gentle and sustained pressure is applied to the body’s myofascial layers, and this safe and effective method can be used to treat chronic conditions, injuries related to trauma, stress, or repetitive movements, inflammation, and/or post surgical adhesions of tissue.

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Bike Fitting

You spend hours on your bike, but does it fit like a glove? Tap into the power of precise alignment for a total body fit, and experience the difference. We’ll take exact measurements of the foot, legs, hips, spine, shoulders, and arms, and then the pedaling is up to you.

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Meet the Team

Our skilled and experienced team is what makes Diamond Peak PT stand out. Learn more about the trained therapists who are ready to help you reach peak performance.

Rodrigo Gil Moreno de Mora, PT, DPT, MA

Rodrigo Gil Moreno de Mora, PT, DPT, MA

Doctor of Physical Therapy-President and Bilingual Therapist

I graduated with the charter class from Regis University in 1996 with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy...

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Misty Woodden, PTA, CKTP

Misty Woodden, PTA, CKTP

Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, Pilates Instructor

I am a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, Certified Pilates Instructor, and Certified Kinesiotaper...

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Christian Byloo, Pilates instructor

Christian Byloo, Pilates instructor

                                   

Christian Byloo is a devoted wife and mother of four children first and a passionate pilates instructor second.

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Brandy Staves, Pilates instructor

Brandy Staves, Pilates instructor

                                  

I came to Pilates a few years back, looking for help with my hip, knee and lower back and it changed my life.

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About Us

Diamond Peak Physical Therapy is a small independent practice, founded in 2002, that specializes in individualized treatment plans based on the specific needs and goals of each patient. We have a strong emphasis in manual therapy and movement re-education. We believe that movement is the foundation of health.

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