Kaitlin quinn pt, DPT
Kaitlin (Katee) finished her undergraduate with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She then finished her graduate program form the University of Colorado-Denver where she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
Katee has a passion for treating elbow, wrist, and hand injuries as she believes the hands are one of our most important body parts for completing day to day activities and a body part we take for granted until there is a dysfunction or an injury. She truly loves working with all patients experiencing difficulties completing fundamental daily activities, such as dressing, grooming, cooking, shopping, as these are our most foundational activities that we must complete on a daily basis to allow for us to go on and do other things that we love. Katee also has a strong interest in treating young pediatric patients, particularly those with developmental delay and torticollis.
Katee believes all patients should receive comprehensive care that utilizes regional interdependence to identify underlying causes that may be contributing to a current injury; she aims to correct the underlying cause of the injury to prevent the same injury from recurring. Katee uses a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription to help the now pain as well as to prevent future pain. She believes patient education is one of the most important aspects of care; if we can better understand our bodies and how they work we can better identify activities that are beneficial for our bodies as well as activities or body mechanics that may cause injury.
Katee grew up in Ohio and moved to Colorado just before starting graduate school. She enjoys spending time with her fiancé and dog, Bella. She truly enjoys all that Colorado has to offer including downtown Denver, parks, and skiing/hiking in the mountains.