Physical Therapy


3676 Parker Blvd, Suite 370 Pueblo, CO 81008


(719) 553-2209

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM

What makes our practice different?

Pueblo Physical Therapy

Our Services Include:

Our specialty is in treatment and care of problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. Physical Therapy is a proven first-line treatment for orthopedic injuries. Utilizing evidence-based treatments like manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, activity modification, and education; we take a structured approach that includes distinct milestones and a clear path to achieving your goals. Our focus is to promote optimal soft tissue healing, reduce pain and restore function for a rapid recovery and reduced re-injury potential.

Evidence based and protocol centered care to promote optimal soft tissue healing, reduce pain and restore function. We work closely with surgeons from all over the state to ensure ideal healing of your surgery and get you back to all desired activities

Many injuries can be prevented and better managed if the movement dysfunction contributing is identified. Functional mechanic correction and training is vitally important to reduce our patients’ potential of re-injury or pain return caused by posture, ergonomic, or movement dysfunctions. Our goal is to get you back to independence without the need to rely on long term care by identifying and correcting the source of the problem not just treating your symptoms.

Return to play quickly and successfully with mechanical assessment and sport specific exercise tailored to correct mechanical breakdowns in sport activities that cause overuse injuries.

Balance can be impaired for a number of reasons, including neuropathy, Parkinson’s disease, advanced age, and vestibular problems causing vertigo. Fortunately, strong research suggests that Physical Therapy can improve balance, treat vestibular disorders and improve confidence with movement.

Lymphedema Complete Decongestive Therapy is the “Gold Standard” of effective treatment and management of Lymphedema. We will assist in decongesting your swollen regions and assist in training you to effectively manage your condition long term including the effective measurements for compression wear purchase.

Movement disorders, function loss and safety concerns caused by stroke, MS, and Parkinson’s Syndrome can be devastating to your quality of life. Our focus in treatment is to help
improve independent mobility and maintain functional safety.  We will
assist in getting you the tools you need to remain independent.

Our therapists specialize in treating school age children with orthopedic injuries. From sprains to strains we want to get your child back to playing hard successfully.

Optimize performance and ensure a safe return to play after injury. Sport specific functional testing will allow us to identify and correct mechanical errors before they affect performance or lead to injury. We are biomechanical specialists, we do a full assessment and identify suboptimal movement and training patterns that may be holding you back. Whether you are a team sport athlete, a rotational athlete (e.g., golfers), or an endurance athlete, we can give you simple and effective drills to both optimize your performance, and reduce your injury risk.

Getting injured on the job can be especially difficult. We have extensive experience navigating work-related injuries, and we know that it starts with helping you heal. From there, we help you re-enter the work environment, using training that is specific to the demands of your job. This helps you have the confidence to do your job well, and get back on track with your career.

Getting injured in a car accident can be especially difficult. From whiplash to concussion or contusions, we have extensive experience navigating these types of injuries to help you heal. This includes soft tissue work, gentle joint mobilization, stretching, coordination training, and eventually strength and functional training. We will assist in helping you get back to normal.

Intramuscular manual therapy to assist in relieving pain, tension headaches and overuse injuries of muscles, joints and tendons to ensure a rapid return to activities and reduce the risk of symptom return.

Prevention of the loss of mobility before it occurs by developing fitness and wellness oriented programs for healthier active lifestyles.

Living with long-term painful medical conditions (fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue, etc) can limit your ability to move well and lead to decreased independence and safety. We can work alongside your medical team to manage your condition and keep you moving to your full potential.

Fascial adhesions can alter mobility and range of motion and ultimately lead to injury. Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization sometimes referred to as Graston or ASTYM is a technique that uses specially beveled instruments to help detect and loosen fascial adhesions to restore motion and mobility.

Cupping is also known as a “tissue distraction release” technique. During the technique, cups slide over various regions of the body to elevate and separate tissue. This causes neural tissues, fascia, skin, ligaments, muscles, and tendons to loosen more easily. It works by relaxing tissues, releasing tightness, stimulating lymphatic flow, increasing local circulation, and releasing scar tissue adhesion.

Kinesio-taping is meant to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. When applied correctly it can correct posture, support muscles for better efficiency, allow overused muscles to rest, remove congestion to the flow of body fluids, and assist in pain reduction.

Physical Therapy Providers

Jaymie Ownbey, DPT​

Jaymie Ownbey, DPT

Shannon Snow, PT

Shannon Snow, PT

Elizabeth Toler, PTA

Elizabeth Toler, PTA

BettyAnn Massino, LCMT

BettyAnn Massino, LCMT