Lea Klein, MSPT


"My goal is to help you be your very best."

Lea Klein, MSPT, is a physical therapist and owner of Klein Physical Therapy, P.C.  Lea created Klein Physical Therapy because she has a passion for helping people get back to the things they love and she feels she can deliver an accelerated rate of improvement with private, one hour sessions focused on your unique needs.

Lea graduated from St. Louis University with her bachelor's in Exercise Science in 2000, and then a Master's in Physical Therapy in 2001.  During her almost 17 year career, she became more and more passionate about treating the pregnant and postpartum patient and decided to go through training to treat pelvic floor disorders in 2007.  Her strong orthopedic background prior to this specialty has assisted her in using a "whole body" approach to treatment for better overall results.  She has a commitment to education and has additional massage training from the Center of Advanced Therapeutics as well as being certified in trigger point dry needling.  Lea is trained in visceral mobilization, Selective Functional Movement Analysis, and kinesiotaping as well.

As a wife and mother of 3, Lea stays very busy with her family when she is not treating patients.  Gardening, cooking, yoga, and pilates are hobbies of hers.


Amy Rolsky, DPT

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Amy graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland in 2006 and earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 2009. During her time at PITT, Amy was trained in pelvic floor physical therapy and has since completed specialized post-graduate training on the core and pelvic floor.

In addition to this specialty, Amy has advanced training in disorders of the spine, pelvis, knee, hip, pain associated with pregnancy and post-partum, and dry needling. Amy's treatment philosophy emphasizes treating the whole person and to consider the big picture when addressing musculoskeletal pain. She loves being a part of patients' recovery from injury, educating patients on how their body works and how to help it work better for them with an individualized exercise program and manual therapy approach. 

Amy has a passion for cooking, travel, and exploring the Colorado outdoors with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she relaxes with a good book, a strong coffee, and restorative yoga class.