A Physical Therapy Clinic Providing Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Rehabilitation. Serving Denver, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Centennial, and Lone Tree.

What to Expect

According to the Colorado Physical Therapy Practice Act, Physical Therapy is the medical practice of examination, treatment or instruction of patients and clients to detect, assess, prevent, correct or alleviate or limit physical disability, movement dysfunction, bodily malfunction, or pain from injury, disease and other bodily conditions.

At Above It All Physical Therapy you should expect us to listen intently to your needs. We will get to know you as a person and understand how your physical injury impacts you. We work closely with your physician or healthcare professional. If a referral is needed, we are able to help you find the appropriate professional that will suit your need.

The common stereotype of physical therapy is that it is associated with pain, leaving the patient fearful of its treatment. This is not the case. With most conditions, pain is an adverse response to the appropriate outcome. There are a few situations that discomfort is necessary to gain progress, but it is done at a slow, tolerable level and is always discussed before treatment is preceded.


  • You are expected to arrive promptly at your appointment time.
  • You will fill out paperwork for your chart. Below are the forms we request you fill out. You can download these forms and fill them out prior to your first visit.
  • We will review your health insurance benefits with you as they relate to physical therapy. You are responsible to provide us with the proper insurance information prior to your first visit. We will contact your insurance carrier to verify your coverage benefits; however it is your ultimate responsibility to know your healthcare benefits as you have contracted with your insurance carrier.
  • Any co-payment, co-insurance or financial responsibilities are due at the time of service.
  • You will receive explanation of benefits statements from your insurance carrier and billing statements from our bill company, The Billing Office, Inc. Should you have questions regarding these statements or any questions regarding your financial responsibility please contact The Billing Office, Inc at 303.761.7224, or e-mail them at Thebilloff@aol.com.
  • Your appointment will last approximately one hour.
  • Your physical therapist will perform a thorough evaluation, educate you on your condition, establish functionally based goals with your input and create a treatment plan.
  • Physical therapy is most successful by being compliant with the treatment plan and its recommended frequency. This is usually 2-3 visits per week with the addition of self treatment at home.

  • You are expected to arrive promptly for your appointment.
  • Visits are typically scheduled for one hour.
  • Payment is due at the time of the appointment.
  • Appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours of notice or no-showed appointments will incur a $35 charge if they are not rescheduled within the business week (Monday-Friday).
  • You will see the same Physical Therapist on each visit to maintain proper continuity of care.
  • Be prepared to actively participate, ask questions and have fun!

PH: 303.683.1877 ~ Fax: 303.683.1484 ~ 4185 E. Wildcat Reserve Parkway, Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80126