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Panorama Orthopedics & Spine Center has been a trusted provider of orthopedic care in metro Denver for more than 70 years. With more than 30 orthopedic surgeons, we are one of the largest and most specialized orthopedic groups in the United States and are known as a leader in orthopedic care. We offer highly trained surgeons and
specialists in sports medicine, spine, joint replacement, orthopedic trauma, foot and ankle, hand and wrist and non-operative pain management. We are committed to excellence in everything we do. That’s why patients of all ages — from children to seniors — trust Panorama Orthopedics to help them get them back to doing the things they love.
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Golden Office

660 Golden Ridge Rd., Suite 250

Golden, CO 80401

Phone: (303) 233-1223

Westminster Office

8510 N Bryant St. #120

Westminster, CO 80031

Phone: (303) 233-1223

Highlands Ranch Office

1060 Plaza Drive

Highlands Ranch, CO 80129​

Phone: (303) 233-1223

Westminster St Anthony North Office

500 West 144th Avenue, Suite 120

Westminster, CO 80023

Phone: (303) 233-1223

DTC Office

5570 DTC Parkway #200

Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Phone: (303) 233-1223

Centennial Office

14000 E Arapahoe Road, #290

Centennial, CO 80112

Phone: (303) 233-1223

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They were committed to getting me back to my life.

Karen Hogan
Patient of Emery Pino, MSPT

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy and occupational therapy play important roles in preventing injuries and in helping a patient’s recovery. At Panorama Orthopedics & Spine Center, our team of highly skilled physical therapists and occupational therapists is dedicated to providing the best care possible and getting you back to doing the things you love.

We offer physical therapy and occupational therapy any several sites across the Denver metro area.  At every one of our locations we work closely as a team, ensuring everyone is on the same page.

We have systems in place — including electronic medical records and regular monthly meetings — that allow us to easily share information.

All of this makes us uniquely equipped to make your therapy experience the most effective and efficient possible. Though you are free to receive therapy anywhere, our physical and occupational therapy are designed to increase communication among your entire care team.

Panorama Physical Therapy Locations

Panorama Physical Therapy in Golden

Panorama Physical Therapy in Westminster At Bradburn

Panorama Physical Therapy in Westminster

Panorama Physical Therapy - Highlands Ranch Institute

Panorama Physical Therapy at Highlands Ranch Town Center

Panorama Physical Therapy in Littleton

Panorama Physical Therapy in Lakewood

Panorama Physical Therapy in Arvada

The Panorama Difference - When you come to Panorama Orthopedics, you can expect to be treated by experienced therapists — all of whom specialize in orthopedics.

This focus helps us ensure our patients receive the highest quality care. Our therapists average over 10 years of orthopedic experience, with many possessing advanced certifications in a range of specialties, including strength and conditioning, sports, functional movement analysis, hand therapy and dry needling.

All our therapists participate in continuing education coursework each year, ensuring your treatments consist of evidence-based best practices. We treat everyone from adolescents to adults, recreational to professional athletes, as well as patients who are recovering from, or looking to prevent, surgery.

Comprehensive Approach

We understand that each person is unique. As part of our comprehensive approach, each patient receives a thorough evaluation and an individual care plan designed to treat the whole person. In addition to our “hands on” approach, which includes manual therapy, patients receive a detailed exercise plan individualized to meet their personal goals.

Our team of therapists uses a variety of therapy techniques and therapeutic exercise to assist you in your recovery. And when you need a little extra encouragement and motivation to keep going, we’re here for that, too. We’re committed to individualized care that helps our patients return to activities in the shortest time possible.

Panorama is unique in the integrated approach that we take to rehabilitation.

In addition to highly trained therapists, Panorama offers state-of-the-art equipment and access to a variety of other services, including, but not limited to:

  •   Dry needling
  •   Custom orthotics
  •   Hand splints/custom braces
  •   Sports-specific training and evaluation

Our ultimate goal is to provide you with the finest and most professional level of care and patient service available anywhere. We look forward to partnering with you in your rehabilitation!

Doug Hill's Story

Pelvic Therapy And the Link to Orthopedic Conditions


Pelvic Physical Therapy has been traditionally prescribed for post-partem and post-menopausal women experiencing pelvic organ prolapse or incontinence. However, there is new research demonstrating the importance of screening the pelvis and related musculature for all patients and specifically orthopedic patients who may have hip or back issues along with athletes who may benefit from these special physical therapy techniques.

Pelvic floor physical therapy involves the pelvic floor muscle group, which is responsible for a variety of functions. These muscles support the pelvic organs, assist in bowel and bladder control, and contribute to sexual arousal and orgasm. Pelvic floor rehabilitation can include: pelvic muscle retraining for underactive or overactive muscles, manual therapy to address soft tissue impairments, treatment of related orthopedic issues, and core retraining to re-integrate the pelvic floor with other deep core muscles.


  • The obturator internus is a vital pelvic floor muscle that has been implicated as a source of pain and dysfunction in femoral acetabular impingement (Femoral Acetabular Impingement (FAI) and Athletic pubalgia (irritation of the pubic symphysis) is also more common in patients with FAI.
  • “Pirifromis syndrome” has been related to an overarching diagnosis group of “non-relaxing pelvic floor syndromes”



  • 78% of women with low back pain report urinary incontinence
  • 95.3% of women who arrived to a physiotherapist for low back pain had some form of pelvic floor dysfunction with 71% pelvic floor muscle tenderness, 66% pelvic floor weakness and 41% pelvic organ prolapse
  •  Adults (both men and women) with urinary incontinence were more than 2 times more likely to have low back pain.
  •  Men with sacroiliac joint pain demonstrated an alteration lumbopelvic stabilization that may disrupt load transference through the pelvis


  • Cross country runners: 62.2% pelvic floor dysfunction
  • High level gymnasts: 67% incidences of urinary incontinence
  • General collegiate athletes: 28% pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Endurance athletes: 45.5% urinary incontinence
  • Collegiate soccer athletes: three times more pelvic floor dysfunction