Andrew grew up in Seattle, Washington, but moved out to Denver in 2015 to attend the University of Denver and escape the rain. During his four years at DU, he worked in a visual perception research lab, shadowed different healthcare professionals, and met his future wife. Going into his senior year he shadowed a physical therapist who worked with neurological disorders and quickly decided that he wanted to be a physical therapist. In 2019 he graduated from DU with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cognitive Neuroscience. Prior to attending Regis University for his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, he worked at Craig Hospital for a year with a gait training team, helping individuals with spinal cord and brain injuries. While working on his DPT degree at Regis University he gained experience in many different clinical settings and worked with different orthopedic and neurologic populations. During this time, he also found his true passion in physical therapy of working with vestibular and concussion populations. He developed an understanding of how debilitating dizziness and head injuries can be for individuals’ day-to-day life. Because of these experiences, he has been dedicated to helping these individuals move better and get back to doing the things they love to do. He is certified in functional dry needling, as well as vestibular and concussion rehabilitation through the American Institute of Balance. When not working on house projects, he spends most of his time with his wife and two dogs in the mountains going on hikes, camping, and fishing.
Sarah has been with Brookside Physical Therapy for more than 20 years. Sarah wears many hats as the office supervisor as she is involved in marketing, insurance contracting, and office staff oversight. This also makes her knowledgeable in patient benefits, medical billing, payments and patient accounts. Outside of work Sarah spends time with her husband and two sons. She enjoys being outside, playing sports, going to the mountains, playing board games and putting together puzzles.
Jeremy received two Bachelor of Science degrees from The University of Northern Colorado in Dietetics and Sports and Exercises Science. He is certified by The American College of Sports Medicine in Personal Training, and has taken classes for a National Strength and Conditioning Association Certification. In 2015 Jeremy became a certified paramedic. Jeremy joined Brookside Physical Therapy in 2008. He specializes in teaching patients how to exercise correctly to resolve their dysfunction and avoid re-injury. This skill has also carried over to working with clients in industry to prevent injury on the job. Jeremy is responsible for the Metabolic program, which is a great fit with his degree in dietetics, sports and exercise science along with his experience as a chief. Jeremy and his wife have a young son that keeps him busy, along with rock climbing and coaching soccer.
Clinical Director, PT, DPT, Cert. DN
Tiffany is a Colorado native, born and raised in the Denver metro area. While in high school, she discovered a love for sports and fitness, especially in the weight room. Knowing she wanted to pursue a career in the healthcare field, Tiffany realized that physical therapy comprised the ideal balance between patient interaction and her love of all things sports- and gym-related. Tiffany attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, graduating in 2003 with her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Psychology. While at CU-Boulder, Tiffany received her certification as a group fitness instructor and continued teaching through graduate school. She then attended Regis University for Physical Therapy school and graduated in 2006 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Following graduation, Tiffany moved with her husband to northern Nevada where she practiced in multiple settings including acute care, acute rehab, home health, and (her favorite!) outpatient orthopedics. Both Tiffany and her husband are from close-knit families, so they decided to move back to Colorado in 2011 after starting a family of their own. Since returning, Tiffany has been working exclusively in outpatient orthopedics. With her strong fitness background and years of diverse experience, she believes that therapy is a team effort between patient, therapist, doctor, and other health care providers. Tiffany is a firm believer that physical therapists are the musculoskeletal specialists and, as such, her goal is to give patients the tools to succeed both immediately in rehab as well as in future fitness programs. Tiffany has completed all coursework for Manual Therapy through the University of St. Augustine, is certified in Dry Needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy, and is a Lymphedema Certified Specialist trained through Klose Training. Away from work, Tiffany enjoys running, triathlons, aerobics, and spending time with her husband, two young girls, and two dogs.
Yvonne was born and raised in Alaska. An avid runner, she has completed countless marathons, including the Boston Marathon and ultramarathons. In addition to running, Yvonne has been passionate about CrossFit and was a coach for 8 years. Her love of fitness became a natural stepping stone to her new career as a PTA. In 2018, Yvonne completed the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at the Pima Medical Institute in Tucson, Arizona. Since then, she worked as a PTA in Arizona until moving to Colorado in the Fall of 2022. Yvonne provides a positive, challenging, and encouraging environment in therapy. Her goal is to inspire each of her patients to push their limits safely so they can live an active lifestyle. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, drinking coffee, exercising, and spending time in either the mountains or on tropical beaches.
Rachel was born and raised in Minnesota and has lived in Illinois and Arizona before landing in Colorado. Rachel completed a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago and did a year of volunteer service at a special education school before earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver. Rachel recognizes how important physical therapy is to improve everyday life and is passionate about pelvic health physical therapy for people of all ages. She believes that understanding and listening to our bodies is of utmost importance – and she is always learning alongside her patients! She enjoyed attending Jesuit schools and resonated with the values, including Cura Personalis – Care for the Whole Person – which she feels is especially important for pelvic health care and incorporates into her practice. Rachel loves living in Colorado and being in the sun – in her free time, she likes to hike, bake, run, travel, ski, and camp.