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  • Score goals safely with these soccer injury prevention tips

    While the U.S. women's national soccer team competes in the FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, many amateur players may be inspired to kick up the soccer ball at home. A Baylor College of Medicine athletic trainer offers tips on how to play safely and prevent injuries.

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  • 6 Hip Strengthening Exercises for Seniors

    Senior hip exercises stabilize the legs and spine by strengthening the hip joint and its supporting muscles. A weak or unstable hip joint puts your hip, knee, sacrum, and lumbar spine at risk for injury, pain, weakness, and decreased mobility.

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  • Patients with worse osteoarthritis pain, physical function benefit most from exercise

    Patients with hip or knee osteoarthritis who exercise fare better than patients who do not, with those demonstrating worse severity and function at baseline benefitting most acutely, according to data published in The Lancet Rheumatology.

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  • Just Keep Swimming: 9 Health Benefits of Water Workouts

    Swimming isn’t just good exercise, it’s great exercise. That’s thanks to the water itself, which offers buoyancy and resistance that makes it easier on your whole body than other forms of exercise.

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  • Why Exercise Without Enjoyment Equals Failed Plans

    Discover why many exercise programs fail, from the perspective of a dual doctorate holder in physical therapy and health sciences. Learn about the importance of fun and enjoyment in your exercise routine.

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  • Head back safely to school sports with this expert advice

    Competing as part of a school activity can be a great way to instill the exercise habit. But parents and coaches know it's not as simple as handing a student a football, pompom or clarinet and saying, "Go play." So, we asked experts for advice on keeping things as safe and healthy as possible. Here's what they said

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  • The Value of Virtual Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Care

    Objectives: To estimate the economic benefit of evidence-based patient-initiated virtual physical therapy (PIVPT) service among a nationally representative sample of commercially insured patients with musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions.

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  • Could You Be Addicted to Exercise?

    Maybe it started off as a resolution to get in the best shape of your life. But your once-celebrated exercise habit now seems to be taking over — and your loved ones are getting concerned. Could you be addicted to exercise?

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  • Can You Drink Too Many Electrolytes?

    Your body needs electrolytes. These amazing substances help your body function in numerous ways. They work to maintain fluid balances. They turn nutrients into energy. They support muscle control and heart rhythm.

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  • Ask the Pediatrician: What is the best first sport for kids?

    Swimming is a fun, relaxing activity that fuels brain health and builds strong bodies. It's great for growing children, since learning to move in the water improves coordination and flexibility.

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2nd Floor
Boulder, CO 80309


Phone Hours:
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(off during lunch 12pm - 1pm)

Office Hours:
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Friday 6:30am - 6:30pm
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Patients seeking sports medicine and orthopedic care can be seen in person Monday – Friday from 7am – 5pm. Please call (303)315-9900 to schedule an appointment. Tele-Health Visits are still available if preferred.

Patients seeking advanced medical imaging can be seen Monday – Friday 7am – 5:30pm. Please call (303) 315-9901 to schedule an appointment.

Physical therapy is available for in-person visits Monday – Friday from 7am – 7pm and Saturday 7am – 11:30am. If you would like to schedule a Physical Therapy appointment or to contact your Physical Therapist please call (303) 315-9917.

Phone hours are Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm (off during lunch 12pm - 1pm) .

Please park in the patient parking lot and come up to the second floor. You will be asked symptom screening questions (you can also complete this on the day of your visit through your My Health Connections account). All patients and visitors will need to wear a surgical/procedural mask; if you do not have one, one will be provider for you. Thank you for your patience and understanding.