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Physical Therapy

Evaluation $125 (1 hour)

Treatment $90 (45 minutes)

Physical Therapy

Evaluation (1 hour) $150

Follow up Treatment (45 minutes) $100

Follow up Treatment (30 minutes) $75

Dry Needling Add $15

Flatirons physical therapy was established to bring evidence-based treatment, manual therapy, and get to the root cause of your pain. You will spend the entire treatment time with a physical therapist. Initial evaluation will consist of a movement analysis, muscle strength testing, flexibility testing, assessment of joint mobility and myofascial mobility and you will be provided with a home exercise program. Follow up treatments may involve joint mobilizations, soft tissue work or dry needling. 


Integrative Dry Needling uses filament needles to create minor lesions into the soft tissues (skin, muscles, fascia, tendon and ligament) to activate the healing process, resulting in pain relief and restoration of normal muscle function.

Lindsay Ramsey, DPT

Lindsay graduated from Central Washington University with degrees in Biology and Athletic Training. She then earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Florida in 2010. Lindsay is originally from the Seattle area and has worked in Boston and Boulder prior to moving to Erie and opening Flatirons Health & Wellness in 2014. She loves spending time with her husband Micah, English Bulldog Russell and brand new baby girl Landon. 

Her physical therapy treatment approach incorporates manual techniques including joint mobilizations and myofascial release, manual strengthening and functional or sport specific training to achieve goals that are tailored to each individual. Lindsay also teaches a core and glute class that focuses on deep stabilization held weekly at the office.

Katie Madson, DPT

Katie completed her undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University in Physiology and Developmental Biology. She continued her graduate studies at Regis University in Denver receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2011. Clinically she has treated in Idaho, Oregon, Arizona, Mexico and Ethiopia internationally. Originally from Utah, Katie loves living in Colorado; running, hiking, mountain biking, and enjoying the outdoors. She loves spending time with her husband and three kids, and working on their recently acquired fixer-upper farm just outside of Erie.

Katie's treatment philosophy centers on treating the whole person and working on both the immediate symptoms and the cause of dysfunction or imbalances. She utilizes a variety of manual techniques including joint mobilization, myofascial release, neuromuscular reeducation, and trigger point dry needling. She also focuses on body awareness to correct and strengthen movement strategies to get you back to what you love doing. Katie believes Physical Therapy is about empowering patients and harnessing the body's natural abilities to restore function and improve overall wellbeing to maximize recovery.

Andrea Terry, DPT

Andrea Terry is a Wyoming native who has been practicing in Colorado since earning her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2008 from Eastern Washington University. She has extensive experience as an outpatient physical therapist, working with a multitude of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Andrea uses a combination of hands-on manual therapy, functional exercises, and education to empower and restore patients return to daily activities. She has also earned certifications in functional dry needling and instrumental assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM).

In addition to orthopedic rehabilitation, Andrea is a vestibular specialist who is able to treat pathologies of the inner ear. She received her vestibular certification through Emory University in 2009. She has significant expertise and a strong passion for treating diagnoses such as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), vestibular neuritis, migraine associated vertigo, cervicogenic dizziness, vestibular hypofunction, and Mal de Debarquement syndrome. Andrea believes that treatments should be a combination of evidenced-based practice with customized sessions to maximize success. Additionally, she believes that educating patients is vital for long-term management of overall health. 

In her free time, Andrea spends time with her husband, three daughters, and two dogs. She loves the outdoors, playing volleyball, and home projects. 

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