Why Choose PT Lifetime?
- You’ll LOVE the care!
- Patients love Physical Therapy and Lifetime Wellness!
- Affordable yet superior treatments. (Payment Plans Available)
- One to one care.
- NO WAITING POLICY
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Meet The PT Lifetime Team in Denver, CO
Liz Walley, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Physical Therapist, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
I love working with people. Everyone’s body tells a story of their past and present lifestyles. Trying to figure out someone’s pain, injury or weakness is like solving a jigsaw puzzle with a million different pieces that all act together. Listening to a person’s history and observing movement are what I do best. Everyone has imbalances, trying to figure out those imbalances, bring back symmetry and restore function to help each person achieve their goals to become their best physical possibility is the essence of my work.
“I believe that all things in life happen for a reason. I believe that your attitude can make or break a challenging situation.”
- Texas A&M University, College Station, TX: BS in Kinesiology 2002 (Gig’Em Ags!)
- Texas Woman’s University, Dallas, TX: MS in Physical Therapy 2005
- Simmons College, Boston, MA: DPT, Doctorate in Physical Therapy 2007
Special Credentials and/or Accomplishments
- ABPTS (American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists) Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) 2011
- NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) 2009
- Former company member of the Dallas Metropolitan Ballet, 1993-1998
I enjoy running ½ marathons and have completed 8 full marathons. I love to snow ski and snow shoe in the winter. I am a believer and active in yoga, Pilates and continue to take Ballet classes. I love traveling, reading and visiting my family as much as possible.
I am an advocate of all animals and I really love dogs! I had a wonderful, beautiful golden retriever/lab mix named Bailey, who was with me 14 years. I recently lost her in February of 2015 and it was the hardest experience I’ve ever survived.
Life without a dog is like a day without love or sunshine for me. After Bailey died I started volunteering and walking dogs at the Maxfund Animal Shelter in Denver. It was at that shelter that I met Lucius and Mabel, 2 dogs that both stole my heart. Lucius is a black lab/great Dane mix, he’s about 90 pounds and thinks he is a lap dog 🙂 Mabel is the cutest little chocolate lab ever! She loves playing fetch and has become the occasional greeter at our clinic.
I support the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), Denver Dumb Friends League, Best Friends Animal Society, Wild Animal Sanctuary and several other smaller local animal charities or shelters. I am currently a volunteer at the MaxFund, a No-Kill animal shelter in Denver and looking to be a foster mom in the future!
One of my favorite quotes is from Emil Coue,
“Day by day, in every way, I am getting better and better”
Another favorite from my dad, Jim Walley, that he constantly said when I was growing up,
“Work hard, Play hard”
Roxanne Ouweleen, PT, DPT, SCS
Roxanne is a California transplant, drawn to Colorado’s beauty and the great outdoors. She believes in empowering others to take an active role in recovery by providing them the tools to maximize human body movement and function. Her passion is working to help active individuals and athletes achieve their goals. She believes in examining the body as a whole to develop individualized treatment plans specific to individual needs and goals. Roxanne played soccer during her youth and is an avid runner. She enjoys camping, hiking, skiing and traveling the world.
- Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, CA: BS in Biology (2011)
- University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, CA: Doctor of Physical Therapy (2015)
Special Credentials and/or Accomplishments
- ABPTS (American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists) Sports Certified Specialist (SCS) 2018
- Functional Dry Needling 1 (FDN 1)
- SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment)
- NASM-PES (Performance Enhancement Specialist)
Katherine Bertaut, Physical Therapy Aide
Health and wellness has always been an integral part of my life. After studying nutrition, I thoroughly enjoyed learning the science mechanisms of the body and how essential taking care of our bodies is. I have always found pleasure in the outdoors and physical exertion that I eventually decided to channel that pleasure into movement and physical therapy. I enjoy using my knowledge in order to help people inhibited by ailments, so that they too can have their hearts filled with the joy of physical activity.
I moved to Colorado after college to be near the mountains and enjoy an active lifestyle. On the weekends you can always find me hiking, skiing, or biking if I’m not already grooving to some live music. I adore traveling and always try to carve out some time each year to travel somewhere new and experience a different culture. Cooking and eating good food is one of my favorite pastimes and I have been proclaimed a nacho aficionado.
- Texas Christian University, BS in Dietetics 2015
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” – Mary Oliver
“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.”
Brooke Wunder, Physical Therapy Aide
Hi, I’m Brooke! I am currently completing my undergraduate education at Colorado State University with a major in Human Development and Family Studies with two concentrations in Prevention/Intervention Sciences and Early Childhood Professions. A lot of words, I know. My main goal while at school is to understand the best way to help people and work towards completing a Child Life Specialist certificate. While this path is not specifically tied to Physical Therapy, I am always looking to learn how to create a welcoming and comfortable environment for all clients.
When I’m not studying, you can find me singing with my A Cappella group “Mainstreet” at CSU or playing with my dogs, Lily and Miles, when I’m home with family. I love finding local coffee shops and reading all kinds of genres. Right now I’m reading “Here I Am” by Jonathan Safran Foer.
“The grass is greener where you water it.”