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I can’t say enough about the amazing care I have received here. The personal one-on-one attention allows for the PTs to get to know their patients and they use all of their skills and different strategies to promote optimum healing. I also appreciate the detailed explanations of exercises I can do at home for quicker recovery as well as maintenance. Melinda and Kalie truly want to help patients and it shows in every step of the care they give during the healing process. I never want to have another injury, but if I do experience one, I will always return here for help. With great appreciation to Peak Performance!
I have received treatment from Peak Performance for several injuries (running injury, ski crash, etc) and each time they have done an awesome job getting me back to full health. I love that they have so many modalities under one roof to help people get well – manual PT, massage, feldenkrais, light therapy etc. I’ve seen 4 different PTs there as well as the massage therapist and feldenkrais practitioner and they have all been awesome. It’s not a “patient factory” where you see a physical therapist for 5 minutes and just to do stretches with a tech. Your whole appointment is with a skilled PT. I’ve been to several other PT places and Peak Performance is the best in town by far. Melinda and her team are amazing!
I have used Peak Performance twice for PT, for an ACL and shoulder surgery. Most recently, I worked with Jacob Dulski, who did an incredible job returning my shoulder/arm to complete motion. Jacob has a variety of techniques at his disposal, allowing him to treat each patient or injury in the way that works best for them. I highly recommend Peak Performance for any PT needs, especially for those who wish to return to a very active lifestyle.
This practice is friendly and professional. Unlike the mechanized feel of large practices, it is small enough to offer therapy in a way that feels personal and relaxed, without sacrificing the ability to treat diverse patient issues. I saw Dr. Jacob Dulski for 2 issues, both of which were healed when my sessions ended. Dr. Dulski has an amazing list of credentials. He was able to diagnose my problems quickly and his treatment plan was steady and effective. His manner was entirely professional. He was also easy to talk to and had a great sense of humor. If I were to need therapy again, I wouldn’t hesitate to return to this practice and request to work with him.
Peripheral Neuropathy came into my life in 2013. In 2014 I took a bad fall and my injuries were fixed by Melinda’s manual physical therapy interventions. She also invited my to be one of her first patients in her Low Intensity Light Therapy Clinic, and successfully treated my neuropathy! I could feel my feet again and my balance improved. I returned to the golf course and other activities.
I recently returned for help again because of returning neuropathy issues, especially balance and loss of strength in my legs. Melinda assigned me to Jacob Dulski. Jacob focused on and inquired about feelings of dizziness and headaches, talked about his training and experience in that area, and his enjoyment in ridding patients of this unhappy experience. He observed dizziness could be preventing me from making better progress on my strength and balance efforts.
In one session, his movement tests while watching my eyes told him that I had both dizziness and vertigo and the operative causes. He then exercises those areas, causing them to go away. Next session, he retested all, giving me a high confidence that I am finally rid of that depressing part of my life. My leg strength and balance continue to improve.
Since I started using Sole Supports, my persistent hip pain has all but vanished! If you are “getting to that age,” do yourself a favor and get a pair, or two.
Laser therapy helps return Colorado College volleyball player to the court!
A few years ago, after X-rays revealed that my increasing hip discomfort was due to Stage 4 Arthritis, I saw a series of orthopedic specialists who assured me that I was looking at inescapable hip replacement. According to them, it was only a matter of when to decide to undertake the surgery. And their offices would schedule that now, or several months later, if my pain levels allowed postponement of the procedure. Because a physician’s assistant had pointed out in reviewing the images with me, that while my hip was in undeniably terrible shape, I did have a wee sliver of cartilage left… if only something could be done to nurture and multiply it… With that in mind I pursued physical therapy with Melinda Couch at Peak Performance. A key to her healing regime was to treat me with protocols borrowed from the pioneering Canadian physician, Fred Kahn, who spent decades developing and refining Low Intensity Light therapies. My improvement was by no means immediate, but after what-seemed-like-too-many weeks, it became apparent that this series of photon therapies was based on real clinical science. I became increasingly functional and then, amazingly, pain-free and stabilized after about 11 weeks. Now at 70 I relish that I can almost keep up with my young grandchildren.