Anne received her Masters of Physical Therapy degree from Texas Tech University. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and past District Chair in Amarillo, Texas. She belongs to numerous sections of the APTA including the Hand Section.
Anne and her husband Gordon moved to Estes Park in 2001. She established Mountaintop Physical Therapy, P.C. in 2002. Anne is NDT trained, certified in Manual Lymphatic Drainage, and specializes in stroke, spinal cord injury, and hand therapy. Anne also has a passion for aquatic therapy and the difference it makes in the healing process.
Megan graduated from Eastern Washington University in June 2014 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. While at Eastern, she received numerous accolades within the department, including the Zorre Dearborn and Donna El-Din Memorial Scholarships, as well as the Department of Physical Therapy Scholarship Award, which recognizes the student with the highest GPA. She has a passion for knowledge and learning, and one day aspires to teach the next generation of physical therapists.
Megan is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is currently pursuing continuing education in the orthopedic realm, including taping techniques, orthotics, and functional movement assessment.
Her areas of interest include orthopedics, geriatrics, pediatrics, aquatics, health promotion and nutrition. In her free time, she enjoys challenging hikes in the park, biking to work, attending cooking classes, and book club.
Kim Shaffer, PTA is the newest staff member at Mountaintop Physical Therapy. She is a 2011 Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with an Associate’s degree in the Science of Physical Therapist Assistant. She is certified in Aqua Stretch through the Aquatic Training and Rehab Institute. At WPR clinic in Pennsylvania, she treated patients of all ages and complexities ranging from muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, joint replacement, sprains/strains, spinal cord injuries, back and sciatic pain.