Meet Our Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Professionals

Caring people dedicated to your best interests & optimal health.

At CITC, we strive to help you get past your pain and return to your life, work, sport — or whatever it may be for you — because we genuinely care. And it shows.

Colorado Injury Treatment Center’s caring, dedicated professionals and staff develop a relationship with you based on trust, compassion and partnership. We truly listen, provide a fun, relaxing, low-stress environment and cater to your comfort. Ultimately, we care that you have a healthy, happy, productive life, and we’ll do whatever we can to make it a reality.

Jaime Swanson, DPT

Physical Therapist & Owner
DPT: Gannon University, Erie, PA
BS: Sport & Exercise Science, Gannon University, Erie, PA
Certified: TRX(r) Trainer
Member: National Association of Professional Women, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Colorado Chapter of APTA, American Association of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy

I always knew that I wanted to do something that involved working with others and helping people in need. Also, experiencing physical therapy as a teenager, I was able to see how these professionals were directly changing people’s lives. I also find the complex machine — the human body — very compelling. I enjoy the challenge of figuring out a person’s one-of-a-kind injury or impairment and how it can be resolved and made to function well again. And I believe that the more I engage, motivate and interact with each person in my care the better their ultimate outcome will be. I want to educate them, empower them and treat them with the heart and focus I would want for myself.

Leslie Wimbs, PT, DPT — Physical Therapist

Leslie Wimbs

PT/DPT: University of Texas – Medical Branch
BA: Kinesiology – University of Northern Colorado
Member: American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

Ever since I remember, I wanted to be a Physical Therapist.  As a kid, I was always physically active and played sports and I loved learning about science and the body.  In high school I did an internship at a Physical Therapy Clinic and I was hooked.  One of the best things about being a Physical Therapist, is that I get to work with so many different types of people and help them get back to their normal lives.  There is so much out there to learn still, and I look forward to learning new things to help my patients.

Colin Signs, RMT – Massage Therapist

Colin-SignsRMT: Denver School of Massage Therapy, Westminster, CO
Certified: Massage Therapist
Coursework: Massage Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage
Member: American Massage Therapy Association

Throughout my entire life, I’ve been drawn to the human bodies’ greatest capabilities and limitations. Learning about the human anatomy in a way that would make me and others stronger, smarter and more efficient has been my passion. Due to my love for Structural Integration and Trigger Point Therapy, my goals are set on helping people reduce pain and correct posture alignment, which in-turn creates more movement. In the words of Thomas Hanna, “movement means more life”. Here at Colorado Injury Treatment Center, I strive to enhance people’s quality of life.

Jessie Dunlap, PTA, CMT

Jessie Dunlap

MT: Pima Medical Institute – Certified Massage Therapist
PTA: Arapahoe Community College – AAS – Physical Therapist Assistant
Specialty Training/Education: Motivational Interviewing, Myofascial Movement
Member: AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association), APTA (American Physical Therapy Association)

Having the opportunity to work with people who have been injured, and having the skills to help them recover their ability to reintegrate into their normal activities brings great joy and fulfillment to my life. For the last five years as a massage therapist, I have been able to expand my knowledge base, grow in experience and improve my ability to understand and address the specific limitations of the human bodies that I come in contact with. When performing massage, I work hard to bring about change in the body while relaxing the mind. As a PTA, I seek to develop new and exciting ways of addressing imbalance, restoring function and promoting healing in those I work with. It is my life’s passion to help others and at CITC, I get to live my passion every day.

John Balfe — LMT

John BalfeLMT: Northern Prairie School of Therapeutic massage and body work
Certified: Massage Therapist
Coursework: Massage Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage
Member: American Massage Therapy Association

John Balfe is a licensed massage therapist at CITC. John moved to Colorado with his family from Chicago in 2013. John, his wife and 3 children live in Bennett Colorado with their 3 dogs and 4 horses. He has been a massage therapist for 10 years. John likes doing massage therapy because it gives him the ability to help people with their injuries and get back to a pain free active life. During his free time John and his family like to camp and hike in the mountains.

Linda Galdean — Office Manager

Helping people in need is rewarding. It’s also important, I believe. This is what motivates me to strive to be of benefit to each person who walks through Colorado Injury Treatment Center’s doors or dials our phone number. I am proud to represent and be a part of a team that works so collaboratively and resolutely in people’s best interests. It warms my heart when people leave here feeling better and getting more enjoyment and fulfillment from their lives. I take pride in being able to contribute to the confidence they have in our team, its organization, it accountability and its dedication to their relief and recovery.

Patient Forms

Colorado Injury Patient Forms

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Home Exercise Programs

Colorado Injury Treatment Home Expercise Programs

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FAQs

Colorado Injury Treatment FAQs

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