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Nora is a board-certified athletic trainer and the Director of Performance and Recovery Services at Rx Sports Recovery. Prior to coming to Rx Sports Recovery, Nora worked with a wide range of athletes, from adolescents to Olympic qualifiers. She interned at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN in the Sports Medicine Department, treating patients with physical-activity related injuries. She brings additional insight to Rx Sports Recovery after her experience working with Division I collegiate teams. She was an athletic trainer at University of Denver with Pioneers Women’s Volleyball and Swimming & Diving programs. She was a graduate assistant at University of Wisconsin-Madison with Badgers Men’s Basketball and Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving programs. While at Wisconsin, Nora obtained her Masters of Science in Kinesiology. She has worked with over 100 highly competitive athletes and has mastered numerous recovery strategies using our state-of-the-art modalities for optimal performance.
Nora is originally from Illinois and obtained her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training at Loras College in Dubuque, IA. She is a triathlete, enjoys mountain biking, swimming, spending time in the mountains, and cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers.
Dan is a part-time recovery specialist. Dan recognized the benefits of designated recovery time and originally joined RXSR as a member. He then became part of our team in August, 2015. Dan is a running hobbyist. Since 2012 he has completed a total of 34 races ranging from 5K-100 miles. His largest accomplishment is one of the few Leadville Leadman race series finishers, which consists of 5 races and total mileage of 282.4, all within an 8-week span. Dan can answer any of your running or recovery questions because he certainly practices what he preaches. His certifications include:
Dan is originally from Prior Lake, MN and is a full-time student at ACC. He enjoys trail running, mountain biking, camping, and coaching.
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Alison is a part-time recovery specialist. Alison graduated from the University of Wisconsin Parkside with a degree in Applied Health Science. As a collegiate track athlete, she has encountered a fair amount of success and injuries, which lead to an interest in the best preventative and recovery methods. This inspired her to learn and help others going through the same situations with access to tools to optimize their own performances. Alison has experience with stress management, preventative injury methods, rehabilitation and general recovery of athletes of all ages. You will see Alison in the evening and some weekends.
Alison is originally from Freedom, WI. In her free time, she loves weight lifting, running, hiking, going to the beach and fishing when she can get the fish off the hook. Also, can’t forget watching football. Go Packers!
Brittany is a certified massage therapist and a graduate of the Colorado School of Healing Arts. Brittany has worked as a massage therapist for 5 years specializing in sports massage and recovery as well as being versed in pre-natal, swedish, and deep tissue massage. Brittany is also an professional mixed martial arts athlete. This allows her to understand many of the physical needs of current or former athletes.
Contact Brittany at firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 918-8378 for appointment availability.
Kristen grew up in Highlands Ranch and graduated from ThunderRidge High School. She won two girls’ soccer state championships as a Grizzly (2000 and 2002) and received All-Conference, All-State, and Player of the Year honors. She was recently inducted into the inaugural ThunderRidge Athletics Hall of Fame.
Kristen received a soccer scholarship to Wake Forest University where she participated in four NCAA Division-I tournaments with the Demon Deacons and earned her Bachelor of Science in Health in Exercise Science.
Kristen’s own experience with injury and rehabilitation inspired her to pursue a career in Physical Therapy. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2010 and currently practices at Cactus Sport and Spine, P.C. in Littleton. She is a board-certified clinical specialist in orthopedics (OCS) and enjoys mentoring current physical therapy doctoral students as a Clinical Instructor.
Kristen is passionate about helping athletes maximize performance and return to sport after injury. She is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and has been untilizing this technique in her practice for over five years. Kristen is excited to offer this service to the clients of Rx.
When she’s not treating patients, Kristen enjoys spending time with her family including her two children, Brayden (5) and Landon (2). Her husband Julian is also a former soccer player for Wake Forest where he won a National Championship, and played two seasons in Major League Soccer with the Los Angeles Galaxy. He is now the Director of Digital Media and Publications for the Colorado Rockies. Kristen’s brother, Taylor Kemp, graduated from Mountain Vista and currently plays for D.C. United in Major League Soccer.