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Welcome to Atlas Physical Therapy

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ATLAS Physical Therapy for fast recovery

Atlas Physical Therapy offers the friendliest care from doctorate trained physical therapists in Denver, CO.

We're confident that we can get you back in action FAST!  How can we make that claim?  For over the last 3 years Atlas Physical Therapy has been part of an ongoing survey that compares the results (outcomes) of physical therapy clinics nationwide.  We are proud to be consistently ranked amongst the best physical therapy clinics across the nation with 90th percentile or better results. 

So when we say “We’re Good!” we really have the data to back it up!  Not only are our results superior to our competitors, but we achieve these results in fewer visits, which means savings for you

Our staff, doctors, and therapists are friendly, compassionate, listen to your needs, and help in every way to make your experience a postive one so you can heal quickly, and stay healthy longer.

The "Atlas Physical Therapy Advantage"
We are easy to work with, and convenient for your needs:

  • 3 Denver locations – Uptown, Stapleton and Downtown
  • Extended hours
  • Appointments within 24 hours
  • We accept most insurances
  • Parking is free and convenient (Uptown and Stapleton only)

Simply the Best Physical Therapy Clinics in Denver, CO

Atlas Physical Therapy in Denver, CO offers three conveniently located clinics staffed by doctoral level trained and certified physical therapists to offer you excellence in care.

Specializing in knee pain, back pain and neck pain, bulging discs, rotator cuff injuries, knee replacement therapy, motor vehicle accident injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation, we pride ourselves on exceeding our patient’s expectations. We are consistently ranked in the top 10 nationwide physical therapy providers in the United States according to Focus on Therapeutic Outcomes (FOTO Inc.). Our efforts towards excellence prompted us to create clinics in Uptown and Downtown Denver as well as Stapleton and has allowed us to become distinguished providers of physical therapy in Denver, CO.

Call us for a consultation or to book an appointment at 303-832-3700 or Contact Us via email.

We know our patients have busy lives and we do our best to accommodate your schedule by offering extended hours and appointments within 24 hours of your call. We also accept most major insurances.

Top 10 physical therapists in Denver, CO
Alex Lanton's Atlas Physical Therapy Practice in Stapleton Denver has been awarded as one of the top Physical Therapy practices in Denver, 2015.
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Blog Posts

Fighting to keep dry needling in Colorado

You may have heard recently about that fact that the Acupuncture Association of Colorado is suing the Physical Therapy State Board in order to revoke our right to dry needling our patients. They are suing based on a claim that Physical Therapists are not properly trained to perform acupuncture and are therefore endangering patients by doing so. The first problem with their claim is that Physical Therapists are NOT performing acupuncture.  Dry Needling and Acupuncture are two completely d...
Posted on 2017-04-25

Pushing vs pulling exercises

Often times people with shoulder pain come to physical therapy go through their treatment feeling good and want to return to normal activity, such as returning to their normal gym routine. Some of those common exercises that relate to the shoulder are push ups, pull ups, rows, bench press and shoulder press.  What people don’t often think about is the ratio of pushing exercises to pulling exercises. When lifting weights and returning to gym activity people should pay attention to ...
Posted on 2017-04-06

Psoas muscles

Psoas muscles...What are they? The psoas muscles are located in the front of the hips and attach along the sides of the lumbar spine. Their main action is to flex the hip up toward the head.  This muscle is also important in the maintenance of low back pain due to the fact that it attaches to the spine. When the psoas group is tight it can put increased pressure on the lumbar spine causing back pain. Also, when the core stabilizing muscles are weakened the psoas group will work overtim...
Posted on 2017-03-22

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