Dr. Alex Lanton, PT, DPT, OCS, CEAS, ICE- Cert Pro Bike Fitter
Alex graduated with his Master's and Doctorate degrees from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Alex is a board certified specialist in Orthopedics, a distinction only ~2% of therapists have. He is a specialist in many types of manual therapy including, trigger point dry needling, spinal manipulation, Mulligan, Mckenzie and many more. Alex has a special interest and specializes in treating spine (back, rib, headache, and neck pain), pediatric injuries, hypermobility disorders (EDS) and sports medicine. Alex also participates in and specializes in treating all adventure and mountain sport athletes and understands the special needs to get you back doing what you love.
Alex is also a certified bike fitter. If you need help with pain or performance on the bike he can change things to help!
Alex loves the outdoors and is in the mountains whenever possible hiking, mountain biking and skiing.
Dr. Kate Diffily, PT, DPT, CAPP-OB
Kate is a doctor of Physical Therapy who specializes in Women’s Health. Kate graduated with her Doctorate degree in 2011 from University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Since completing her initial schooling Kate has obtained continuing education certificates in the areas of functional strengthening, pelvic floor dysfunction, incontinence, caring for the pregnant patient, postpartum rehabilitation, and trigger point dry needling. Kate is active in the women's health community and is passionate about providing comprehensive care to women in every stage of their life. Some of the Women's Health conditions that Kate treats regularly include stress and urge incontinence, pubic symphysis pain, sacroiliac dysfunction, diastasis recti, pain with intercourse, nerve entrapment, and more. Kate recently obtained her Certification of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy - Obstetrics; a distinction less than 200 PTs in the country have achieved.
Kate is an East Coast transplant and loves everything Denver has to offer. She enjoys hiking with her dog, camping, live music, and travel.
Dr. Amanda Bloch, PT, DPT, OCS
Amanda received her Bachelor of Science degree from San Diego State University, and then earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine in 2016. She graduated from physical therapy school at the top of her class and with accolades for Excellence in Manual Therapy. Amanda is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedics (OCS) as of 2020. Amanda was a competitive dancer and performed professionally prior to beginning her physical therapy career. Her extensive training in dance has led her to specialize in the treatment of both dancers and gymnasts. From years of experience as a dancer and having a fundamental understanding of the human body mechanics she treats these athletes as a whole and not just their singular injury!
Amanda utilizes trigger point dry needling, manipulation, mobilizations, and soft tissue techniques to reduce pain and improve function. Outside of manual techniques Amanda believes in the importance of corrective exercise to help the patient fix the underlying issues! Amanda enjoys treating patients of all ages and injuries, and even has training with concussion and vestibular rehabilitation!
Amanda is a transplant from California and is enjoying everything Colorado has to offer! Amanda enjoys pilates, dancing, hiking, skiing, traveling, scuba diving, and playing with her 2 dogs!
Andrea Guevara, PT, DPT
Andrea received her undergraduate degree from University of Texas at Dallas in 2015. While at UTD, she was a 4-year starting collegiate athlete for the UTD Women's Soccer team earning several accolades for athletic and academic performances. In 2016, she was accepted into the DPT Program at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, and graduated in 2019.
Since graduating, Andrea has advanced her career through courses involving sports-related injuries and post-op, return to running, and worker's compensation. She has a special interest in the rehabilitation of patients with hypermobility or EDS. Due to her experience playing soccer and her involvement in the CrossFit community, she also has an interest in the rehabilitation of CrossFit and soccer athletes and believes in incorporating functional movements and a biomechanical approach when evaluating her patients. Andrea is DN-1 certified allowing her to dry needle craniofacial, cervicothoracic, and upper extremity conditions. She is currently working toward completing her DN-2 certification to incorporate dry needling for lumbopelvic and lower extremity conditions and becoming a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
Andrea is a native Texan and moved to Denver upon graduating. In her free time, she loves to be active outdoors, attend live music, and hang out with friends, family, and her dog, Cobie! She is also an Ambassador for Go4Graham where she promotes mental wellness through exercise.
Emily Rosenfeld, PT, DPT
Emily received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 2012. She has advanced training in spinal manipulation, muscle energy techniques, dry needling, myofascial release, nerve gliding and orthopedic sports injuries.
Emily's treatment technique is unique in that she focuses on the whole body, treating not only the specific injury but also working to identify the underlying cause. Her treatments take a “hands-on” evidence-based approach, while also helping to educate her patients in self-management and prevention. Emily's goal has been to develop individualized programs that emphasize overall wellness and help her patients return to doing what they love.
Emily trained for many years in ballet and other forms of dance and specializes in treating ankle and hip injuries in dancers and gymnasts. She also loves working with athletes of all ages, treating low back and neck pain, and post-surgical injuries.
Emily moved to Colorado with her husband 2 years ago and in her free time, enjoys exploring CO with her two pups and son Matthew. She also practices yoga and loves to hike, ski and travel!
Quincy Williams, PT, DPT
Quincy received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Regis University. He first became interested in physical therapy after experiencing it on the patient side and decided to pursue acareer in physical therapy after. He enjoys treating musculoskeletal conditions from all regions of the body and particularly has an interest hip and knee conditions. He also has an interest in post-surgical rehab and working with older adults. He utilizes manual techniques such as mobilizations, manipulations and trigger point release, combined with exercises to treat patients.
Quincy is originally from Kentucky, but moved to Colorado in 2017. During his free time, he likes running, hiking and trying out new recipes.
Alexis Klingler, Exercise Specialist
Alexis graduated from Sonoma State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science. She has experience being a PT patient herself and was inspired to pursue a career in physical therapy by the physical therapists who helped her along the way. She is now enjoying the opportunity to make a positive impact on the patients at Atlas both mentally and physically. Alexis enjoys reading, cooking and spending time outdoors with friends and family.
Taylor Geissler, Exercise Specialist
Taylor is an Exercise Specialist who recently moved here from Orange County, California. She attended Grand Canyon University where she received her Bachelor degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sports Performance. She is dedicated to providing a kind and welcoming environment to every individual she crosses paths with. When not working at Atlas, she enjoys snowboarding, hiking, working out, and travelling around Colorado.
Christian Franco, CPT, Exercise Specialist
Christian graduated from Seattle University with his Bachelors in Sports and Exercise Science. Immediately after college he worked as a Personal Trainer and a Strength and Conditioning Coach. During this time he coached competitive athletes with sport specific goals as well as the general population with more health related goals. He then transitioned into an Exercise Specialist role while still living in Seattle.
Christian grew up as an athlete competing at a national level in tennis.He now trains and competes in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting. Outside of Atlas he enjoys spending time outdoors fly fishing, camping or snowboarding.