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|Debra J. Layne, PT
Debra Layne is originally from Oklahoma and moved to Colorado in 1977. She is married a classmate and physical therapist, Ted Layne. She has two sons, Todd and Scott. Ms. Layne, PT enjoys flying as a private pilot, as well as skiing, hiking, reading and travel. She has been practicing physical therapy in Boulder since 1977, and is on the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Boulder Valley Schools.
Medical Training and Specialty:
She received her degree from the University of Oklahoma Medical School in Physical Therapy in 1975. In 1992 she was acknowledged as the PHYSICAL THERAPIST OF THE YEAR by the Colorado Physical Therapy Association. Ms. Layne, PT is specialized in orthopedic physical therapy, post-operative rehabilitation, sports physical therapy, work injury rehabilitation, vestibular (balance and dizziness) rehabilitation, TMJ treatment, treatment of headaches, peripheral neuropathy treatment, and orthotics for the feet. She has attended well over 175 post-graduate courses in physical therapy and has lectured and taught courses for other physical therapists.
Ms. Layne is a past-President of the Colorado Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association. She is currently President of Colorado Physical Therapy Network. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Alliance for Physical Therapy. Ms. Layne is the Managing Member and Owner of North Boulder Physical Therapy providing therapeutic services at two locations: 3000 Center Green Drive, Suite 110 and at 2750 Broadway in the Boulder Medical Center. Ms. Layne, PT is a co-owner with Julie Byrt, PT of Coal Creek Physical Therapy in Louisville located at 315 South Boulder Road, Suite 100.
She is a member of the:
American Physical Therapy Association
Colorado Chapter American Physical Therapy Association
Colorado Physical Therapist in Private Practice
Private Practice Section of the American Physical Therapy Association
Hand Section of the American Physical Therapy Association
Sports Section of the American Physical Therapy Association
Women's Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association
American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapists
Peripheral Neuropathy Association
Alliance for Physical Therapy
Colorado Physical Therapy Network
|Terri Handy, MPT|
Terry Handy grew up in Rhode Island and moved to Colorado to play in the mountains after living for many years in Philiadelphia and San Francisco. When not encouraging patients, Terri enjoys biking, cross country skiing, ultrarunning, and climbing 14ers with her dogs.
Terri received a B.S. in Athletic Training from Springfield College in Massachusetts and worked for several years as a high school/college athletic trainer before returning back to school. She graduated from Hahnemann University in Philiadelphia, PA in 1991 with a Master in Physical Therapy.
She has continued her training with post-graduate courses in manual therapy, orthopedics, and spine rehabilitation. Terri treats a wide variety of orthopedic injuries and enjoys working with foot and ankle rehabilitation and sports physical therapy.
|Seneca Webb, DPT|
Doctor of Physical Therapy
A non-traditional student, Seneca’s original BS degree in Geology and Environmental Science was conferred by Tufts University in Medford, MA in 1991. Seneca moved to Colorado in 1995, and stayed for the climbing and skiing. Working a wide variety of mountain town jobs including trail crew, house-keeping, and food service, Seneca became inspired to make a positive contribution to her community through physical therapy. Work and play injuries shouldn’t be show-stoppers. Seneca loves to focus on function and help a patient return to both work and play as soon as possible.
Professional Training: Seneca Webb graduated from the University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center in May 2007 as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. She completed undergraduate course work in Boulder and Colorado Springs through CU. Concurrently, Seneca completed a year long program at the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy in March 2001. She also received certification as a Neuromuscular Therapist.
Seneca brings strong evidence based treatment techniques to North Boulder Physical Therapy. She treats each patient as an individual, she listens, and is very focused on what they want to accomplish in Physical Therapy.
|Lee Brenann, MSPT|
Lee Brennan grew up in Virginia and Maryland and then moved to Nederland, Colorado when she was in high school. She and her husband, Steve, enjoy many Colorado outdoor activities including skiing, biking, 4-wheeling and hiking fourteeners with their dogs. She has been practicing physical therapy since 1998.
Lee received her B.A. in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado - Boulder. She went on to graduate with her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998 from the University on Colorado - Health Sciences Center.
She has continued her training with post-graduate coursework in manual therapy techniques, spine and work injury rehabilitation, orthopedics and sports physical therapy, and exercise training. Lee also completed her Pilates Instructor Certification in April 2003.
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Occupational Therapist, Certified Hand Specialist
Lori received a BS in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University in 1981. She worked in outpatient rehab before becoming certified in Hand therapy in 1991.
Her treatment focus is on return to function after an arm or hand injury. Lori’s expertise is in evaluation and treatment of complex upper extremity injuries or syndromes. She is experienced in manual treatment and fabrication of custom splints.
Lori has worked as a hand therapist in Boulder and Louisville since 1987.
Lori is a Colorado native. She was born in Denver and grew up in Lakewood. Lori raised 3 boys with her husband Russ. She enjoys traveling and has participated in 3 medical missions to Rwanda, Africa and Peru.
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Claire Atherton has been working in medical office settings since 1990. She has lived in Boulder since 1999 and has worked at North Boulder Physical Therapy since 2002. She enjoys the friendly and caring atmosphere of North Boulder Physical Therapy.
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