Stephanie Branchaud pt, DPT
DRY NEEDLING SPECIALIST
Stephanie received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Biology from Luther College in 2013. She then moved to Colorado and graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2016. Stephanie is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and is training on the Counterstrain technique.
Stephanie loves being a Physical Therapist because it allows her to walk with patients throughout their treatment to improve their quality of life. She believes in using evidence based treatments, as well as empowering patients to be able to take control of their bodies and live the full life they want to live without pain. She uses a combination of hands on manual therapy, skilled exercise prescription, and patient education to ensure that each patient gets what they need to meet their goals.
Stephanie enjoys treating all Orthopedic conditions, helping patients with acute injuries or chronic conditions in any joint resolve their pain and dysfunction. She also has special interest in treating Pediatrics, including Torticollis and Developmental Delay.
Outside the clinic, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, as well as running, hiking, skiing, camping, and traveling to new places whenever possible!