We are excited to announce that ProActive Physical Therapy is the only Postural Restoration Center™ in Colorado! All of our staff members have taken continuing education seminars through the Postural Restoration Institute®. Two of our staff members, Craig Depperschmidt, PT, DPT, PRC and Brian Benjamin, PT, DPT, PRC are certified through PRI. This renowned institute takes a unique approach to physical therapy by looking at an appreciating the importance of polyarticular chains of muscles and their relationship with postural asymmetries. We are working with other health care professionals to be able to integrate Postural Restoration® concepts into daily activities, workouts, sports performance, and injury prevention.
Pilates Reformer Sessions now available!
We are one of the few businesses in Fort Collins to offer Pilates Reformer Sessions! Sessions are highly specialized and focus on flexibility, core stability, and injury prevention. These individualized and private classes are led by Rachel and Ruth and each session has a strong therapeutic approach. Rachel and Ruth offer rehabilitation expertise to help people overcome injuries and prevent future problems. We have openings throughout the week!
This year's Holiday Fundraiser supports...
Stockings for our Troops
Thank you to everyone who participated in 2020 for our AdoptaPlatoon Stockings For Our Troops Fundraiser!
We Are proud to announce that we raised over 400 dollars which provides 12 full holiday stockings to troops overseas. We thank you all for your overwhelming support. Let's work to beat that amount this year!
Longview Marathon/Half Marathon
October 3, 2021
ProActive PT is one of the sponsors for the Longview Marathon! Showcasing a unique city-to-city trail connection, The Long View Marathon and Half Marathon runs from Fort Collins to Loveland.
Continuing Education Opportunity!
April 2-3 2022
ProActive will be hosting Cervical Revolution at our facility. This is an advanced lecture and lab course for rehabilitation professionals that places emphasis on the role the cervical spine plays in the management of cranial function and position.