Physical therapy isn’t just about rehabilitation.
It’s about understanding the tipping point between health and injury, and understanding the biomechanics of movement patterns that allow the body to participate in a balanced life. It’s about individualized care to help you achieve your goals-whether you are returning from an injury or wanting to avoid one all together.
An evidence-based blend of manual therapy, functional training and exercise.
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Nicole is a strong advocate of community outreach and education, and lends her voice and expertise across the wellness and medical community. See what she has to say…
Nicole is excellent at what she does! I am a local personal trainer and run coach and have recommended her to clients for both physical therapy and a run screens. Her run screens and subsequent exercise suggestions have helped keep both me and my clients healthy and running strong. I’ve also had her come and speak to my run groups many times. I learn something new every time and I know my clients have taken a lot away from her talks. She is great at explaining biomechanics to people in a way that is easy to understand and relatable. It is so great to have someone like Nicole around to help both prevent and treat injuries. I highly recommend her pt services as well as her run screens and personalized talks.—Erica S
I have to admit that this is my very first review. I’ve been using others as a reference for years, but never found the need to sign up and write a review until now.
Nicole Haas is one of the best Physical Therapists I’ve come across, and I’ve met a lot of PTs (I play sports competitively, and also have a roommate who is a PT). She is incredibly observant, so she is able to figure out what’s wrong with you just by watching you move. On top of that, she’s great at explaining to you what’s going on in your body so that you actually understand it.
I’ve had chronic knee problems for years, but with Nicole’s help, I’ve not only recovered, but I haven’t had a relapse ever since. She worked with me intensely to fix up my knee for my competition, and she helped me see that my poor body mechanics were what was causing recurring inflammation & irritation in my knees. She gave me exercises to help fix the instability in my glutes and hips when I walk, run, bike, etc.
I don’t know what I would’ve done without her. I’ve seen and talked to a lot of people about my chronic injuries, and there hasn’t been anyone else who could adequately explain not only what was wrong, but what I needed to change in my everyday life in order to fix it.—Ness F
Nicole helped me in San Francisco. She was incredibly thorough, answered all my questions, and got me back into tip-top shape. I highly recommend her.—Kevin G
Nicole knows her stuff! I saw Nicole March of 2014 thinking I had a tibia stress fracture but within 2 minutes of talking to Nicole she diagnosed me with MTSS/ posterior tibialis tendonitis–which was exactly what I was dealing with. Nicole is quick to follow-up and check in which I think is a great quality and one that lacked in my previous PTs. I just wish I saw her earlier! Since seeing Nicole, I’ve learned how important hip strength is and proper running form. I’ve been running healthy since seeing Nicole and more in-tuned with my running form.—Tessa D
Nicole is awesome. In a marketplace full of PTs I go back to her every time. I know that she’ll be able to quickly figure out what’s going on and prescribe the best course of action to fix me. I’ve always seen quick turn arounds for whatever issue I’m having. Her command of human biomechanics and her experience working with athletes is on another level. She’s the best in the business.—Matt H
Nicole understands runners and their injuries better than any other PT I’ve seen! Where other PTs gave me immediate off-the-shelf answers and (the wrong) suggestions for rehab, Nicole actually took the time to listen to my whole long history of injuries, analyze my gait, and design a specific and careful program of rehab. I wish I still lived in CO because she is an amazing person and PT too.—Suzanne B