Jen Anderson PT, DPT, OCS , Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling, Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS), CAPP-Pelvic Certified, Registered Yoga Teacher-200 hourAnderson Physical Therapy and Wellness
Jen Anderson PT, DPT, OCS graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Colorado-Denver in 2009. Jen has been an athlete her whole life. In high school she was a gymnast and ran cross country and track. Jen rowed for the University of Wisconsin lightweight team in college. Being an athlete always kept her interested in learning more about the human body and helping others to be and feel their best. Jen became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) in 2015 and is trigger point dry needle certified. She also earned her yoga teacher training certificate (200 hour) in December 2018 through Buti Yoga. In addition to treating a variety of orthopedic injuries, Jen also specializes in rehabilitation of male, female, and transgender pelvic floor conditions, TMJ disorders, and Parkinson disease rehabilitation. She has her CAPP certification in Pelvic Health from the APTA Section of Women's Health. She is LSVT BIG certified and PWR! certified for the treatment of Parkinson Disease. She completed her training in TMJ Rehabilitation from Dr. Rocabado of Argentina, Chile. Jen created Anderson Physical Therapy and Wellness to treat in an environment that allows for increased time with her patients struggling with issues that stop them from doing what they enjoy. Her goal is to provide individualized treatment plans to allow for faster recovery, decrease pain, and provide her patients with tools for life long wellness. When she is not in the clinic, Jen enjoys spending time with her husband, Jordan, and her two labradors, Riley and Denver. She loves to run, ski, mountain bike, and participate in yoga.
Additional HighlightsI am located in an all physical therapy clinic with three other therapists that specialize in other areas of pelvic health including mayan abdominal massage and pilates. This allows our clients to utilize all our different skill sets to find the recovery plan that is best for you, all under one roof!
Insurance and Payment Info
Anderson Physical Therapy and Wellness is an out of network provider, meaning we do not directly accept insurance. However, you can call your insurance company and ask them “what are my out of network physical therapy benefits?” It’s usually a quick call to the number on the back of your card. Many times they may reimburse you for all or some of your PT services, especially if you have a PPO (instead of an HMO). We’ll give you all the information you need to get reimbursed. The traditional insurance model does not allow us to treat the way we feel is best for you or spend the time with you that you deserve. This allows us to spend more quality 1-on-1 time with clients and will help you feel better faster. While most PT clinics see you 3x a week with many other patients at the same time, we usually see you 1-2x a week. You tend to need less visits, and in the long run may end up spending less with us than a traditional PT practice when you consider your deductible, co-pay, and extra visits needed.