Mary Finck, PT, DPT
Mary was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM in a mountain town where she grew up playing sports including basketball and running track. She moved away to attend Whittier College in California where she played basketball and graduated with Bachelor of Kinesiology & Leisure Science. In 2009, Mary received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA.
Mary has been passionate about helping individuals with brain injury, and other neurologic conditions, strive toward achieving functional goals and improve quality of life. She also has been involved in the Crossfit community for nine years and enjoys helping people return from orthopedic injuries and progress back into sport and fitness. Mary’s approach to physical therapy is to address functional limitations that affect the individual’s life, with an emphasis on motor control and movement dysfunctions. This approach allows patients to focus on individual goals and address issues that will benefit them for a lifetime. Mary also trains adaptive athletes with disability participate in functional fitness training to improve overall physical mobility and stamina.
Mary enjoys spending time with her husband Dan and kids Zoe & Grayson camping, hiking, going to the mountains and enjoying the beauty of Colorado.