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Treating the Body as a Whole.

Out of many systems. Total body health.



I approach the body as a whole being, not just a part that has been injured. 

We are not just one system of bones and muscles, or just a front and a back. Our bodies have multiple systems that also require attention in the presence of an injury. 


Systems that are often overlooked for treatment include

       *the  nervous system- stemming from emotional stress, nerve injury/ compression/ impingement, head/ brain trauma, PTSD

       *the integumentary (skin) system - stemming  from surgical incisions, adhesions, scar tissue;

       *the visceral (organ) system- stemming from surgery/physical trauma, emotional stress, PTSD

        *the musculoskeletal system (muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, fascia)- stemming from stretch/ traction, force injuries    

         * the pelvic floor - stemming from nerve compression/ impingement, integumentary injuries, visceral trauma,  musculoskeletal injury, surgical trauma, physical/ emotional trauma,  emotional stress, PTSD, etc. 


I normally start my assessment portion of the evaluation with a lengthy conversation-- with you! I want to learn about your injuries (past and present), your goals, lifestyle, and what you are not able to do at this time that you wish you could. After I have an idea of what you are wanting from our physical therapy treatments, I perform a detailed and comprehensive assessment based on our earlier conversation. Your personalize treatments are developed then to fit your needs!

"When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
 you touch everything.

- Lao Tzu 


Your initial evaluation will be a comprehensive, diagnostic assessment with an emphasis on you as a whole person and with your goals, pain, and concerns in  mind.  

I help develop a customized care plan with you and help establish or work with your "healing team" as we focus on returning you

back to your fullest life again.


   Physical therapy appointments help you  move  through your healing period.   What the body needs to move forward will change frequently, and your follow up appointments need to change as your body does.   


Each treatment is tailored to what your body needs  each particular day, on your individual healing timeline. 



Most clients are unaware that some of their pain or imbalances may stem from issues with the pelvic floor.  

 After our initial evaluation, I may suggest pelvic floor therapy if you are experiencing such issues as persistent low back/tailbone pain, urinary incontinence, digestive issues,​ pain during intercourse,  or lower abdominal pain. 

Craniosacral therapy is a light and gentle technique that works with the nervous system. It can decrease injury-related anxiety/depression,  decrease the physical and/or emotional stress on the body, increase spinal and joint motion, while  decreasing overall pain. 


 It is a hands-on, non-invasive, gentle technique that addresses restrictions in the joints, the connective tissues, and the nerves of the body.


What Clients Say

I began seeing Margaret several years ago after being diagnosed with Interstitial Cystitis. In just a few weeks I felt better, and eventually my symptoms completely disappeared.

She helped me return to  a level of health and vitality that I never thought possible.

Cheryl Ilov, Client

Author,Speaker, Consultant, Host of The Femi, Ninja Show



7550 West Yale Avenue
Building B, Suite 200, Office # 3
Denver, CO 80227

Tel: 720-398-6828

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