Pam Andringa, DPT
Pam started out as a pediatric therapist with a focus on sports and rehabilitation and expanded into adolescent and adult orthopedics and Sports. With personal experience as a competitive athlete as well as a weekend warrior, she appreciates the whole realm of the active Boulder population and enjoys helping each individual achieve their goals. She finds the energy of the CU sports Medicine and Performance Center to be an energizing and inspiring setting for rehabilitating injuries. She also works with high school Swimmers, Poms and competitive Freestyle Skiers for injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Pam enjoys being outdoors with her family and makes time for adventures in mountain biking, horseback riding and skiing. She has spent over 20 years volunteering with the National Sports Center for the Disabled, teaching skiing and volunteering for the Rocky Mountain Freestyle All-Star Development Program.
Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Washington University in St. Louis
Evidence in Motion Sports Physical Therapy Certification
Specialty: Performing Arts Team, Concussion Team and rehabilitation of orthopedic and overuse injuries, especially shoulders, backs and knees for people of all ages and activity levels.