|Dr. Marci Catallo-Madruga, PT, DPT, tDN
Founder-Agility Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Dr. Marci Catallo‐Madruga, PT, DPT, tDN, CWC, AIB-VR graduated from Regis University with a Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May of 2005 and has practiced in outpatient physical therapy since that time in the Denver Metro area. She has served populations from low income to professional athletes and everything in‐between. She truly enjoys spending time with her clients and getting to know them.Marci believes that the whole person is part of the injury picture, not just the current complaint they may have. There is some weakness or illness that led to the injury that occurred and finding the cause is as important as healing the injury itself.Marci States, “My favorite client is the one that comes in and gives a good history, but lets me explore the smaller things that may not seem relevant, because sometimes they are the most important.”
Marci started Agility Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine because she wanted to be able to choose how she treated her clients. There are occasions where she needs more time with some people, but less time with others. She wanted to make sure that she was getting to each patient in a one‐to‐one relationship and help them “get right” so they could go back to whatever activity they were previously doing.
Marci and her husband, Daniel, are originally from California and moved here by way of Las Vegas, NV in 2002. Growing up in the Central Valley she learned to love the mountains, as does her husband. They both are involved in the triathlon community and enjoy hiking, skiing and camping. Marci is also a Nationally Ranked competitive Masters Swimmer and has qualified for Worlds in the 1000 yard and 1650 yard distances.
Marci and her Husband were blessed with twin Boys in late Summer 2010. Alex and Austin are a huge joy and a huge handful. Add to that the fact they currently have a Rottweiler named Llyr and life gets a bit crazy.
Whenever she is not with a client she is either in the pool or with the boys in her life, including the furry child.
| Dr. Jenna Schauer, PT, DPT, CKTP and LSVTBig Practitioner.
Dr. Jenna Schauer PT, DPT, CKTP, LSVTBIG practitioner graduated from The University of Pittsburgh with a Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy in April of 2012. Since graduating she has worked in many physical therapy setting including acute care hospitals, in-patient rehab facilities, skilled nursing facilities, home health, pediatrics and out-patient clinics, all while working as a travel PT. She has been primarily treating patients in an outpatient clinic for the past 2 years treating patients from young athletes, geriatrics to pediatrics, post surgical, general orthopedic, Parkinson’s patients, as well as patients with chronic pain. She loves that through physical therapy she is able to connect with patients and become an integral part of their road to recovery. She believes that by empowering her patients to take control of their physical well being, she is able to positively affect many aspects of their lives. She is a firm believer that you must treat the whole person and not simply the specific injury.
Since graduating from PT school, Jenna has continued to expand and grow her clinical skills by becoming a Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner and LSVTBIG Practitioner. Jenna has also taken courses in manual therapy techniques, sports rehab and modern pain science. She believes that with physical therapy are a million ways to get to one point and each person needs an individualized plan to reach his or her goals. She uses an eclectic approach with a variety of techniques to best assist each patient. Jenna’s goal is always to give each patient the tools and abilities to recover and maintain a strong and healthy body throughout his or her lifetime.
Originally from Ohio, Jenna landed in Colorado because of her love for the outdoors and the active mindset of many communities in the area. Growing up in the midwest, Jenna was very active in a variety of sports, eventually focusing on soccer. Being active is still very much a part of her life, however, these days you will more likely find her in the mountains trail running, hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, camping or fly fishing.