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This is a Woman owned Business since 2011. Dr. Marci Specializes in Back, Neck and Shoulder Dysfunction as well as Functional medicine. The goal with each client is to find the root cause of injury or disease in the body and correct that cause so that the body can function more optimally. Dr. Marci has practiced in the Denver Metro area since 2005 and has taken extensive continuing education courses in the Spine, Shoulder, and Vestibular dysfunction. She also became a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner in 2017. Dr. Marci enjoys Swimming, Biking, Hiking and Skiing.  She grew up as a competitive swimmer and spent more than a decade competing in Triathlon, Running and Cycling events. She is a mother to Twin Boys. She and her husband transplanted from CA in 2002 and truly enjoy all that CO has to offer.

Q What is Functional Medicine?

Care Comes First, Symptoms Management is not A solution. Cause Finding Is...
Functional medicine describes a systems-based approach to health care with a comprehensive analysis of interactions between all components of the human biological system, the environment and genetics.
The body functions as an ongoing network of interconnected systems, rather than individual parts operating on their own. Each system interacts and affects the function of other organs.

Q How does Physical Therapy differ from Chiropractic or Massage Therapy

Physical Therapist are trained movement specialists. We examine how your body moves and diagnose the cause of your pain. This evaluation includes the joints, muscles, fascia and the way your body responds to the environment. We offer treatment plans that include joint mobilization, soft/deep tissue work and corrective exercises. We work well with and sometimes in conjunction with chiropractors, massage therapists and acupuncturists. Currently, to obtain a physical therapy degree and license our therapists must complete undergraduate work of a 4 year degree with a focus on science, then complete a Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy and pass a National licensure examination.
Chiropractors are also trained in how to see what your body is doing, but they focus on manipulation as a form of treatment. Most of that manipulation is of the spine with little focus on the fascia and muscles. They often consider themselves Primary Care Physicians through naturopathic means. Currently, to become a chiropractor, one must obtain a Clinical Doctorate in Chiropractic.
Massage Therapists require less initial training to obtain a license. They focus on the muscles and the fascia as well as visceral tissue (the area around the organs). They are not allowed to manipulate joints or offer diagnoses, even though some are very skilled. Massage therapists must go to a specialized trade school for Massage Therapy and then pass a state license examination.
Personal Trainers vary greatly in knowledge and adeptness at helping you heal and can even cause further injury. Training for these persons can be as little as a weekend course offered by a large corporation they work for or as much as a degree in Athletic Training, Exercise Physiology and/or Kinesiology. We recommend that you choose a Trainer with at least a 4 year degree.

Q Do You Accept Insurance

Our Company chooses to Bill Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, Vetrans and Pinnacol Work Comp Directly. All other insurances may or may not be participating, but are billed by the Client Directly to the Insurance Company through the Reimbursify App. You will Pay the Provider Directly and obtain reimbursement if it is Due To You from your insurance company.

Q Why Is there a Cancellation Policy? What If I am Sick? Snow?

We schedule a time specifically to take care of you. We are guaranteeing your spot. Our time has VALUE, just like yours.

The fee is set at a rate that has allowed us to have the most number of persons realize the value of the time we set aside for them. The problem with a lower fee is that when you can pay less than the cost of a co-pay, you tend to skip it if something "comes up". We set the rate at a point where people understood that they needed to keep the appointment to get better.

What if I am sick? Please stay home, But call US to let us know. In the event that you are running a fever, Vomiting or have diarrhea with in 24 hours or have green guck coming out of you, Please keep your germs to your self. If you don’t let us know first thing in the morning though, we still reserve the right to charge for that missed appointment. We often need at least 24 hours to fill up your spot. If you were sick Tuesday and your appointment is Wednesday, call us Tuesday by 7 pm and leave a voicemail. We will understand.

What about snow? If accumulation in a 5 mile radius of our office is under 6 inches, You may be charged for the missed appointment. We will call you/Email you if our office is closing.

Q Why do you require a CC on File

In the event you no-show or late-cancel for an appointment, we reserve the right to place the charge on that card.
The Credit card on file will also be charged for any balance on the account beyond 15days.

Q Do you offer Payment Plans

Yes. The payment plan is based on finances discussed with the owner and to pay off the balance in 6 months.

If you are experiencing a bonafide financial hardship, as long as you make minimum of $25/month, you will not be sent to collections and no new charges will appear on your card on file.
We are also In Network with CareCredit.

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  • Monday08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Tuesday07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Wednesday08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Thursday07:00 AM - 02:00 PM
  • Friday07:00 AM - 02:00 PM