Dr. Charlotte Robinson, PT, DPT, Synergistic Dry Needling
Senior Physical Therapist
Doctor of Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Specialist
About Dr. Charlotte
Dr. Charlotte Robinson graduated from the University of Colorado Doctor of Physical Therapy program and went on to specialize in sports medicine and orthopedics.
She specializes in shoulder injuries in rock climbers, bikers, and overhead athletes. Dr. Charlotte also focuses on the running community and has worked with recreational and olympic athletes alike to address running injuries and prevention through Alpine Fit’s Biomechanical Running Program.
Dr. Charlotte is certified in synergistic dry needling and uses this along with instrument assisted soft tissue release (IASTM), myofascial release, joint manipulation, and other hands-on techniques to keep her patients active and doing what they love!
Outside of the office, Charlotte can be found camping in the summer months and snowboarding in the winter months. She loves to explore the mountains and get out in the Colorado wilderness with her Golden Retriever pup, Burton.
– Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado
Licenses, Achievements & Certification:
– Board certified Doctor of Physical therapy
Articles By Dr. Charlotte
By now nearly everyone has played or at least heard of the new sports craze sweeping the nation: pickleball! There has specifically been a lot of increased interest from the 55 years and older age group. Pickleball is not only...
It’s summer time here in Colorado which also means it’s running season! With an increase in running frequency, we are also seeing a steady increase in injuries. Runners running an average of 30 minutes per day for 3 days/week have an injury rate of 12-24%. If we...
Before you start reading this article, do me a favor: reach up into the side of your neck and poke around a bit in the muscle (this is your upper trapezius muscle). Do you have neck tightness or tenderness from your desk job or from last weekend’s activity? Can you...
The Shoulder Joints Yes, you read that correctly. It’s shoulder joints plural as the shoulder is one of the most complex joint systems in the body. The multiple joints and muscles that together form what we know as “shoulder” have to work together seamlessly to...
As summer turns into fall and we start seeing the first signs of snow in the mountains, ski season is upon us! Skiing and snowboarding are one of the biggest pastimes in Colorado that natives and transplants enjoy alike. But with the start of ski season, we also...
Trail running is a very popular sport in Colorado. The state offers a combination of tough elevation climbs with amazing views as a reward and is a great way to enjoy the Colorado outdoors. What is the difference between trail running and road running? The...
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