In Motion Therapy physical therapists are evidence-based, health care professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives. We offer cost-effective treatment that improves mobility and relieves pain, reduces the need for surgery and prescription drugs, and allows our patients to participate in a recovery plan designed for their specific needs. In addition, our physical therapists will work with you to prevent the loss of mobility before it occurs by developing fitness and wellness programs for healthier and more active lifestyle.

In Motion Therapy is Western Colorado’s premier Physical Therapy clinic. We have highly trained staff who are specialists in their field.

Dry Needling Release Form

Prior to having Functional Dry Needling performed by your Physical Therapist, we ask that you complete this waiver and return it signed to your PT.

Dry Needling Release Form

We treat all orthopedic injuries including:

  • Knee Pain

  • Hip Pain

  • Back Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Foot and Ankle Pain

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Athletes

  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation

  • Runners

  • Dizziness

  • Headaches

Other Services Offered:

Aquatic Therapy

In Motion Therapy is proud to have a multi level therapy pool with two endless pool jets in house. We use this to aid many patients with their rehab from chronic pain to post op care.

Performance Running (Running Analysis)

We use video analysis to help runners improve their efficiency to decrease/prevent overuse injuries. We recommend exercises or stretches for each individual’s needs.

Dry Needling

Used to improve circulation, decrease pain and improve tissue mobility to assist with reaching patient’s goals.

Meet the In Motion Physical Therapy Staff

Teresa Bailey
Teresa BaileyPT, MA, MSPT
Teresa Bailey, PT, MPT, MA graduated from University of Colorado Health Sciences Center with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1995. She previously earned a Master’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from University of Denver in 1990. Teresa’s involvement in rehabilitation and sports medicine began as a Certified Athletic Trainer in 1988, working with collegiate athletes at Metropolitan State University of Denver and University of Denver. Teresa moved to Montrose, CO in 1997 and was instrumental in the growth and development of the Montrose High School Athletic Training Program. With her support, new Athletic Training Programs at Olathe and Delta High Schools have been established.

Teresa joined the team at In Motion Therapy in 2005 and helped launch the expanded facility at its present location in 2006. She specializes in treating orthopedic conditions and working with athletes, young and not so young. She is passionate about educating her clients and giving them specific home exercises and self treatment programs to achieve their goals. Her aim is to empower her clients to be active and strong even after they move on from physical therapy.

Teresa is committed to her profession and continually seeks to improve herself and other professionals in the field by being involved with educational outreach activities for her peers, students, and the community. Teresa is the Center Coordinator of Clinical Education (CCCE) for professional students at IMT. She loves the nurturing, “can do” environment at In Motion Therapy. She values the team approach to patient treatment using best practice, evidence based techniques.

Teresa is a Colorado native who enjoys riding her road bike (listening to Disco music), traveling, hiking, boating, camping and spending time with her husband and two amazing teenagers.

Kristin Tea
Kristin TeaPT, DPT
Kristin was born and raised in Minnesota and where she attended St. Olaf College and graduated with a BA in Biology. She then obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Franklin Pierce University in 2013. She went on in her education and is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Othropeadics. Kristin previously was a Traveling Physical Therapist prior to moving to Montrose, CO and joining the IMT family in 2017. She specializes in dry needling, orthopedics and sports physical therapy. In her free time Kristin loves to run, mountain bike, hike, ski and travel with her Husband and Golden Retriever.
Troy Grignon
Troy GrignonPT, DPT, OCS
Troy is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical
Therapy and a Credentialed Clinical Instructor. He received his
Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech, eventually going on to
receive a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont.
He joined the In Motion Therapy team in 2013 and specializes in
treatment of the shoulder, hip, knee, spine, and balance disorders. He
enjoys working with patients across the life spectrum and seeing them
achieve their personal goals.

When not in the clinic you will find him enjoying the outdoors, likely
riding local mountain bike trails or exploring the amazing San Juans.
During the summer and fall months he is an assistant coach with the
Montrose High School Mountain Bike team. Other activities include
snowboarding, running, soccer, and volleyball.

Ryan Williams
Ryan WilliamsDPT, CBMDN, CIDN
aised in Alaska, Dr. Ryan Williams attended the University of Western Colorado on a Football scholarship before receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Natural Science from the University of Alaska Anchorage. After graduating, he attended the University of Saint Augustine due to its superior reputation in manual therapy, orthopedics and manipulation. He graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, specializing his skills in high velocity low amplitude thrust techniques, Biomedical Dry Needling, and orthopedic manual therapy.

Dr. Williams lives by the mantra that a rolling stone gathers no moss. He has actively competed in football, wrestling, basketball, snowboarding and crossfit. While imploring this active life style Dr. Williams has many personal experiences with injury, including a 3rd degree elbow dislocation and fractured wrist. Ryan’s aggressive athletic career and his personal battles with injury have lead him to implement his true passion of doing for others. Dr. Williams spends his leisurely time enjoying the outdoors with his lovely wife Desiree and son Carter.

Mary Genser
Mary GenserPTA
Mary was raised in Baltimore, MD. Wanting a change of scenery, Mary moved to Denver to investigate the Rocky Mountains. She met her husband Carter playing soccer and moved to the western slope, where they enjoy hiking, biking and skiing. Living on the western slope offers access to many places, both near and far. They have hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon 5 times, and are still awed by this magical place.

Mary graduated from Arapahoe Community College as a physical therapist assistant. She incorporates exercise and manual techniques in her treatments, helping patients reach their full potential on both land or in pool. Mary also completed STOTT’s Pilates for Rehab Professionals and is trained in both mat and reformer exercises.

Cory Meaker
Cory MeakerPTA
Cory was born and raised right here in Montrose. He and his wife Sherry have two children, Ben and Avery. When he is not trying to keep up with the little munchkins, Cory enjoys running and exploring all that this beautiful area has to offer. Cory’s background is in endurance athletics and we are happy to have him with us as a physical therapy assistant.
Anne Keil
Anne KeilPT, DPT
Anne holds a BS in Community Health (1989) and BS in Physical
Therapy (1991) from California State University Fresno and a Doctorate in
Physical Therapy with Health Promotion emphasis from Simmons College (2005). She is certified in Dry Needling and in Sole Supports Orthotics casting.
Her professional focus has been primarily outpatient orthopedic, with
specialty areas including dry needling, taping, and complicated cases such
as chronic pain, headaches, and TMJ. She is also author of the textbook
“Strap Taping for Sports and Rehabilitation” (2012) and contributing author
to “Athletic Taping and Bracing” (Perrin, 2012).

Conference presented unpublished research includes: 2017 “From Healthcare to Health: 20 Year Opioid Dependent Low Back Pain to Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail”, 2015 “Gentle Dry Needling in the Management of Bilateral Upper Extremity Dystonia: A Case Report”, and 2010 “Trigger Point Dry Needling and Resolution of Narcotic Dependent Chronic Low Back
Pain: A Case Study”.

She joined In Motion in May 2018 after relocating from Denver and loves
the fantastic staff here. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys travel and the
exploring the outdoors (without all the Front Range crowds!).