In 2007 I was diagnosed with a series of rare diseases. As a result, I lost the ability to walk for 9 months. During this time I was in college and relied on my friends to carry me around campus and help me take steps when I had enough energy. I was also on the equestrian team and would continue to go out and ride a small pony named Freckles bareback. After I would ride her I would be able to walk in the barn and to the car without assistance from anyone. A few months later I started intensive physical therapy for 3 months.
My physical therapist had spastic cerebral palsy that affected the left side of his body. Upon completing my physical therapy evaluation he told me that he would get me walking again because there is no reason not to. Prior to this every doctor I had encountered had been preparing me and my family for the hard reality that walking without an assistive device and bracing was not an option. My physical therapist was the only practitioner that was able to tell me why I was having trouble walking and how exactly he would get me back to walking and riding horses again. After 3 months I was walking again and I was not using any braces or equipment. When I returned to college I changed my major to pre-physical therapy and I jumped into my studies by becoming a student athletic trainer so I could learn as much as possible about the human body. I love being a physical therapist because I enjoy helping people get to their maximal fun cation always potential especially when they have to see so many other healthcare providers and are looking for someone to bring them hope in a realistic fashion, just like my physical therapist did for me. I enjoy helping people of all ages, especially the pediatric population because they are not able to communicate as clearly as adults and it is so rewarding to be able to communicate with another person without the option of using words.
The biggest reward of my job is when I discharge a patient from my services because this means they are in a place where they no longer need me and can function as their best self completely independently. As a physical therapist, this is the ultimate reward because physical therapy is not a lifestyle choice it is just a small adventure to help a person move thru space in a way that works best for them.
Hollie Ibarra is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. Hollie graduated in 2006 from CSN. She started working in pediatrics when she graduated. She loves working with kids. She also enjoys working with adults. Hollie loves to continue to learn new approaches to help the bodies heal and function properly.
Hollie grew up in Southern Nevada and loves the weather here. She loves spending time with her family. She is married and has 3 busy boys and 1 adorable girl who has everyone wrapped around her finger. As a family, they love to be outdoors. They love to camp, hike, play sports, watch sports and of course, eat good food!
Other fun hobbies Hollie enjoys are refinishing furniture, working out, doing home projects, gardening and quilting.
Amanda is the administrative director that helps make Let’s Move Physical Therapy run smoothly. With a Master of Fine Arts degree in theatrical costume design from Northwestern University, Amanda has a knack for details and enjoys assisting others. Amanda is from the Chicago area and has recently relocated to Denver to take advantage of the outdoors more. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, painting, baking, and creating embroidered gems.
No matter whether your condition was caused by a sport, work accident or otherwise, we welcome the chance to serve you.
I have been going to Let’s Move Physical Therapy and I have never felt like my care was as important until coming here. Dr. Rabito is very personable and is vested in her patient's care. I recommend her as she listens to what is going on with you and works to get you where you need to be!
Therese Baleto Wood
Neck Pain Treatment
Jaclyn is amazing and sets my standard for a good physical therapist. She genuinely cares and is excellent at finding exercises that actually work for each individual rather than using a one-size-fits-all approach.
Neck Pain Treatment
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Our exceptional team of well-qualified experts utilizes advanced therapeutic techniques to help you regain a pain-free, healthy state promptly and effortlessly. We conduct comprehensive assessments and address all underlying factors associated with your concerns, which may encompass work and home stressors, general physical wellbeing, dietary habits, genetic and postural tendencies, as well as emotional ties and ingrained patterns present within your muscles.
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Wednesday - 08:00-17:00
Thursday - 08:00-17:00
Friday - 08:00-17:00
Sunday - CLOSED