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More time for Leading Edge Physical Therapy

Submitted by Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce;
Press release provided by Leading Edge Physical Therapy

“A body in motion stays in motion.” This motto applies to our patients and our business. “Since we opened in 2010, we are constantly looking for new, innovative ways to treat our patients and enhance our practice,” said co-owners Sara Tibby and Sharon Wheeler.

With our expansion 15 months ago, we are now able to offer more to our patients and the community.

Scott Stein, from St. Louis, is a specialist in craniosacral and neurofascial release treatments. Neurofascial release, which works at the level of the “fascia” or connective tissue in the body, can be useful in the treatment of many conditions. It is especially effective in the treatment of concussions and headaches.

Bob LaBine, from Phoenix, offers biofeedback testing via the Zyto Scan and blood analysis. Imbalances of the body and options for getting the body back in balance can be addressed. Usually body balance can be achieved through nutrition and minor adjustments to lifestyle.

We offer Pilates and Yoga each week, group and private sessions, all of which are open to the public.

As a sponsor to Altitude MultiSport Club, The Rock Tri Club and 6202 Cycling Club, we host frequent workshops at the clinic and offer Retül Bike Fits for club members and the public alike.

To accommodate all of this new activity, we have expanded our hours. Many days we are open at 6 a.m. or 7 a.m. and close between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m.

For specific details, call us at 303-663-5552 or stop by the clinic. You can also visit us online at or like us on Facebook for frequent updates.



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