About Harmony Physical Therapy
Therapy for healing, optimum health, and performance.
At Harmony Physical Therapy, we believe that alignment of your body and balance in muscle activity promotes a structure with the least amount of strain. Faulty posture and movement patterns are often the root cause of chronic pain and injury. Kristi Anderson, MPT uses the proven neuromuscular retraining method developed by physical therapist Ron Hruska at the Postural Restoration Institute and the bodywork principles perfected by the late Ida P. Rolf to realign and stabilize the human body in a position of optimum performance. This method assures full recovery following injury or surgery by addressing the whole structure as it learns to regain normal posture and mobility.
Kristi will evaluate your injury in relation to the position of key core structures of your body, use manual techniques to release areas of restriction, and assign a personalized home exercise program designed to achieve balance in your body. She is highly trained in a variety of bodywork techniques and offers dry needling, cold laser treatment and kinesiotaping to accelerate your healing time.
Harmony Physical Therapy provides various healing techniques including:
- Muscle Energy
- Fascia Release
- Neuromuscular Re-Education
- Postural Restoration
- Structural Integration
- Cold Laser
- Dry Needling.
Kristi Anderson, MPT
Kristi Anderson founded Harmony Physical Therapy in 1994. She has a Bachelors Degree in Biology from University of Colorado and a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from University of Puget Sound. She earned a diploma from The Guild for Structural Integration and certification in dry needling from the American Dry Needling Institute. Kristi is an avid learner completing over 40 continuing education courses over the course of her career with a focus on manual therapy and postural restoration.
Kristi enjoys an active Colorado lifestyle. She loves hiking and trail running in the mountains, traveling around the world, and spending time with her family.