Flatirons Health and Wellness

  • (720) 441-5001
  • 1010 Carbon Court, Unit F, Erie CO 80516

Physical Therapy

$ 120
Per Session
  • Evaluation of movement, strength, flexibility
  • Manual Therapy including joint mobilization and soft tissue work
  • Exercise instruction for home exercise program

Physical Therapy
Follow Up

$ 90
Per session
  • Manual Therapy including joint mobiliztion and soft tissue work
  • Exercise Progression
  • Modalities as needed including dry needling, cupping, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, compression boots, taping


1 hour
$ 75
Per session
  • Sports Massage
  • Relaxation & Restorative Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Ask about MVA massage

Quick Fix

15 minutes
$ 45
Per session
  • Dry Needling
  • Manual technique
  • Taping
  • Cupping

Running or Gait Analysis

2 part
$ 180
  • Video Analysis & Evaluation
  • Education on balance, core stability, foot and ankle mobility, hip stability
  • Home exercise instruction
  • Shoe Recommendation

for structural integration

$ 125
  • Fasical work with movement
  • Postural analysis
  • Recommended 10 sessions
  • Movement Education

Physical Therapists

Lindsay Ramsey, DPT

Lindsay graduated from Central Washington University with degrees in Biology and Athletic Training. She then earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Florida in 2010. Lindsay is originally from the Seattle area and has worked in Boston and Boulder prior to moving to Erie and opening the doors to her practice in 2014. She loves spending time with her husband Micah and English Bulldog Russell. They are excited to add to their family with a baby girl coming in December.

Her physical therapy treatment approach incorporates manual techniques including joint mobilizations and myofascial release, manual strengthening and functional or sport specific training to achieve goals that are tailored to each individual. Lindsay also teaches a core and glute class that focuses on deep stabilization held at the office on Wednesdays at 6:30AM.

Katie Madson, DPT

Katie completed her undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University in Physiology and Developmental Biology. She continued her graduate studies at Regis University in Denver receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2011. Clinically she has treated in Idaho, Oregon, Arizona, Mexico and Ethiopia internationally. Originally from Utah, Katie loves living in Colorado; running, hiking, mountain biking, and enjoying the outdoors. She loves spending time with her husband and three kids, and working on their recently acquired fixer-upper farm just outside of Erie.

Katie’s treatment philosophy centers on treating the whole person and working on both the immediate symptoms and the cause of dysfunction or imbalances. She utilizes a variety of manual techniques including joint mobilization, myofascial release, neuromuscular reeducation, and trigger point dry needling. She also focuses on body awareness to correct and strengthen movement strategies to get you back to what you love doing. Katie believes Physical Therapy is about empowering patients and harnessing the body’s natural abilities to restore function and improve overall well being to maximize recovery.

Andrea Terry, DPT

Bio coming soon!

Kath Anne Weber, DPT

Kath Anne is a physical therapist who focuses on outpatient orthopedic manual therapy.  She was introduced to Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) in 2008 and found it to be complementary to her practice.  She uses fascial stretching as the primary approach to treatment.  FST (founded in 1995 by Ann Frederick) focuses on 10 guiding principles to enable lengthening of muscle and connective tissue in a painfree and effective manner.  Distraction of the joint capsule, dynamic movement in different planes, synchronized breath work, and working from trunk outward are some of the principles.  The technique utilizes straps in order to get a more true stretch. Clients will receive a personalized home stretching program to continue along a path for recovery and/or injury prevention.  In addition, Kath Anne offers a class, LifeStretch, which takes the same principles but applies them in a class setting.  The class follows a similar flow each time so that clients can become comfortable with the routine and take out various series of stretches for their own home program.  
Kath Anne lives in Lafayette with her husband and three young children.  She continues to have a passion for sports herself, including mountain biking, tennis, skiing and of course, cheering her kids on the soccer field and judo mat.  

Massage Therapists

Candace Carroll

Candace is a graduate from Colorado School of Healing Arts in Lakewood, Colorado and has been practicing massage therapy since 2010. She has had training in Swedish, deep tissue, neuromuscular, sports and prenatal/postnatal massage. In 2017 she continued her education in Trauma Touch Therapy and plans to further that to become a Licensed TTT. She has practiced in both Spa and Clinic settings in several areas of Colorado. Candace’s main goal for her clients is to help them feel comfortable and at peace in their bodies so they may live a healthier, happy life.

Kathleen Lawless

Kathleen received her massage therapy certification in 1995 from Full Circle School of Massage in Edwards, Colorado. She has also taken many continuing education courses in massage and bodywork since graduating. Kathleen has worked in chiropractors offices, wellness clinics, physical therapy clinics, spas and hot springs resorts in Vail, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Boulder and Estes Park, Colorado. Kathleen blends many eclectic techniques in her massage session including Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique, Myofascial Release, and Cranio-Sacral Therapy. Her massage is both therapeutic and deeply relaxing. Kathleen is also trained in Reiki, Reflexology and Pre-Natal Massage. As a massage therapist Kathleen is professional, knowledgeable, physically strong, nurturing, calm and caring. She has worked with many clients who were dealing with chronic pain and stress issues and was able to effectively relieve their symptoms. Kathleens primary goal as a massage therapist is to contribute to her client’s well being and healing of mind and body. 

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