For information about our practice during the pandemic, please click here.
Due to Covid-19, we are closing our in-person services.
Existing patients may schedule phone or telehealth appointments. Please email to schedule. 
Dr Aronow is supervising care on a limited basis for new patients with CRPS, RSD, and other sensory disorders at Kinetikchain.
Please call them to schedule at (720) 651-0674
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About Us

Our Core Philosophy

  1.  The vast majority of unresolved health issues are treatable.
  2. Feeling healthier allows us to live happier and more complete lives.
  3. Happier people create happier communities and a healthier world.
Physical Therapy: Dr. Emily Aronow, DPT

Dr. Aronow

Emily Aronow, DPT TPS, treats pain and injury for patients with complex conditions. She has dual specialties in both the nervous system and pelvic health. 
Emily Aronow is a Board-Certified Physical Therapist with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT). She achieved her specialization in Therapeutic Pain Science (TPS) through the International Spine and Pain Institute. She trained with the esteemed Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute for her pelvic health specialization. 
She provides a variety of treatment options, from traditional physical therapy to neural retraining. She has taught yoga for 12 years, and enjoys helping patients modify their yoga classes so they can continue yoga without flaring up old injuries.  She is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling.
​Emily has a passion for staying fit and healthy, especially in the outdoors. She has hiked 20 of Colorado’s 14,000 foot peaks and continues to work toward completing the list. She competes in triathlons, and enjoys rock climbing, ice climbing and skiing. She is a musician and loves to garden.

“You gave us a lot of time and made us feel important. You answered all our questions and were patient with our daughter. Thank you for being gentle and so caring. Your special care is what will make our daughter want to keep up with her exercises.”
Leslie K, age 36

Physical therapy: woman walking

What is Pain?

Pain is our body’s living alarm system. It tells us when something dangerous is happening in our body or in the environment, so we can take action to stay safe.

What is Health?

Health is a resource for living, not the object of living. A healthy person can perform everyday activities and be involved in the community the way he or she would like.

What is Vitality?

Vitality is the energetic power to live and be successful