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Tracy Fehring pt, dpt

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physical therapist
 

Education

Dr. Tracy received her Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance in 2008 from the University of Montana in Missoula. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in 2013 and has been a licensed clinician serving the Denver metro since.  Dr. Tracy strives to be a life-long learner and plans to expand her clinical toolbox through obtaining certification in dry needling, engaging training in somatics, and becoming a Board-Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist.

 

Specialty

Dr. Tracy serves as a general practice clinician, treating individuals 13 years and up.  She treats orthopedic conditions from head to foot, though especially enjoys treating acute and chronic spine pain, hip and knee osteoarthritis for surgery prevention or post-operatively, and ankle/foot concerns such as sprains and plantar fasciitis.  Dr. Tracy is particularly skilled at vestibular rehabilitation, teasing out imbalances in the vestibular, visual, and somatosensory systems that lead to symptoms of chronic and vague sense of dizziness.  Additional skills Tracy brings to her practice include professional fluency in Spanish, cultural competence in healthcare provision, and LGBTQ+ inclusivity.

 

Philosophy

Dr. Tracy's philosophy of care centers on function.  After all, if you can't do what you love - what's the point?  She maintains 3 principles top-of-mind when caring for clients: Independence, Solidarity, and the Mind-Body connection.  In striving for independence, Dr. Tracy keeps her client in charge of their own health and life and helps them remain active in the activities they love.  In solidarity, Dr. Tracy believes she should never teach a client a task she cannot perform herself, and therefore works to enter her client's reality, that she may travel alongside them in their path to recovery.  In the mind-body connection, Dr. Tracy explores the whole individual - their person, their supports, their stressors - so that she may provide holistic care that helps her client reduce the score their body is holding.

 

Life

When not at the clinic, Dr. Tracy enjoys a full life as a wife and mother of two children and a fur baby.  She keeps her body moving regularly through her love for swimming, cycling, and yoga.  She sings as an alto in a local community show choir, is active in her spiritual community, and serves as a volunteer with Parkinson Association of the Rockies.  She enjoys exploring the world in all its natural and cultural diversity whenever able.

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