As a healthcare provider, we remain open for your healthcare needs. We are a small clinic with 1-on-1 PT to patient care, therefore, we have natural social distancing as we do not have large numbers of people in the waiting area or multiple people using the same areas. We are practicing strict equipment sanitizing after each use.
We are also asking our patients to reschedule if they:
To help you plan your day accordingly, each appointment at our clinic will be an hour long.
Appointments can be made Monday-Friday. If you are unable to reach us, please leave a voice mail and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Office hours vary by therapist Monday-Friday.
Your First Appointment:
Please bring your insurance card, PT prescription, and completed new patient forms. **New patient forms can be downloaded and completed at your leisure or please arrive 15 minutes before your first scheduled appointment to complete them.**
Your therapist will need to access the injured area. Please wear accessible clothing depending on area to be treated:
Neck: Loose fitting shirt with large neck opening or sports bra
Back: Loose fitting pants and shirt and tennis shoes
Shoulder: Tank top or sports bra
Knee: Shorts or sweats that can be easily rolled up to expose the knee
Hips/Knees/Ankles: Sneakers that you can wear while performing exercises
Elbow: Short sleeve shirt
Most insurance plans accepted - To ensure valid coverage, our staff will verify your specific benefits before your first visit. Co-pays will be collected at the time of service. Insurance claims will be submitted on your behalf and received payments posted appropriately. Should the insurance company send payment directly to you versus our office; it will be your responsibility to forward endorsed checks and explanation of benefits (EOB's) to us upon receipt.
Records will only be released with your written consent. Record requests need to be submitted in writing. Please allow up to five business days for completion.
ProCare Physical Therapy is a physical therapist owned rehabilitation center in Parker, CO. We are backed by a first class team of highly trained physical therapists with specialization in sports rehabilitation and strength and conditioning.
ProCare Physical Therapy was founded by Richard Eaton, MSPT in 2003 with the commitment to provide high quality physical therapy and massage therapy in a private practice outpatient setting. Being physical therapist owned, our focus really is patient care! Once you choose ProCare Physical Therapy, you will be seen by a licensed physical therapist or licensed massage therapist for an hour appointment at every visit. We understand that getting a consistent therapist with time to address your particular needs is pivotal to your recovery. We take a holistic approach to your care that includes, but is not limited to, manual therapy, exercise prescription, soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, post operative care, dry needling, and custom orthodics.
Rick has been in practice as a licensed physical therapist since 1999. He graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S. in Sports Medicine and a Master's Degree in Exercise Physiology. He then attended CU Health Sciences Center, where he graduated with a Master's of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. In 2003, he started ProCare Physical Therapy in Parker, CO. Since this time, Rick has worked diligently to foster relationships with referring physicians, patients, and the community. He has been a resident of Parker since 2001 and has a vested interest in the community.
Rick specializes in treating all orthopedic patients, but has a special interest in treating those with knee, shoulder or spinal problems. He strives to stay up-to-date on the latest research/treatment techniques concerning physical therapy and medically related subjects to ensure his patients are receiving the most effective treatment possible. He has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1997. Outside of work, Rick enjoys spending time in the mountains, golf, and cheering on his son in football, lacrosse, wrestling and golf.
Michelle received her masters degree in Physical Therapy from the University Of Nebraska Medical Center in 2003. Prior to that, she has worked in the field of Physical Therapy in several roles, including physical therapist assistant since 1995. Michelle's focus in practice is primarily outpatient orthopedics. She treats post-operative conditions sports related injuries, chronic conditions and spine related injuries. Michelle has had extensive training in manual therapy techniques which have been foundational in diagnosing and treating the primary cause of insidious, recurrent orthopedic conditions. Her primary interest is always addressing the biomechanical dysfunction causing injury, treating it, and educating patients in long term management. Michelle is trained in trigger point dry needling, and had been practicing it since 2007. Outside of work, Michelle enjoys time with her family getting outside camping, skiing, hiking and jogging.
Scott graduated with B.S. in Biological Sciences from Colorado State University. He fell into a computer job and was a software engineer for several years. With the desire to more directly help people, he returned to school at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Scott enjoys keeping up with current research, always looking for more efficient ways to help his patients get better. He has taken various continuing education classes in manual therapy and is certified in Dry Needling. Scott has sustained injuries of his own so empathizes well with his patients. He loves how physical therapy helps the body heal without medication or surgical intervention. He also specializes in sports injury prevention to help people avoid getting injured in the first place! Scott loves to keep active and enjoys all that Colorado has to offer. He enjoys many activities including snowboarding, volleyball, racquetball, mountain biking, hiking, snowmobiling, scuba, and of course spending time with family and friends. If it's fun, he'll try it!
Chuck is a graduate of the Indiana College of Sports and Medical Massage, and a licensed and nationally certified therapist. Following an accident several years ago, deep tissue and sports massage were prescribed by his doctor as a part of his recuperation process. He eventually went back to school to learn how to help others with the therapy that got him back to his previously active lifestyle. Chuck has worked with professional and college athletes, as well as weekend warriors and stressed professionals. He enjoys working out at the gym, cycling and swimming. In addition to massage therapy, he has also been active in several different areas of public education.
I love having an entire hour with my actual therapist. I have been to other therapists/clinics and this is by far the best.
Everything at ProCare PT is the best! From the therapists, ease of getting appointments, to the staff...all are great.
I love the people, the service and no other PT clinic has ever spent the full hour appointment with me. Other PT's have never spent any time addressing my chronic spasm issues. Rick is the first to actually acknowledge my issues; he truly listened to what I had to say.
Great service, Everyone is AWESOME!!
I have received nothing but excellent treatment. All employees are friendly and experienced.
Friendly and professional staff. I am able to continually participate in my favorite sports due to the excellent care.
I truly appreciate the professionalism and friendliness of the entire staff. My therapist is knowledgeable and treats the entire person.
Everyone at ProCare has been wonderful with me and my on-going physical therapy needs. Use my exercises weekly and I wouldn't be able to get through my days without them. The outstanding care and attention by this staff keeps me on my feet; I can't get through the days without them.
I have had way too many physical therapists in my life, but only one for the last 2+ years! Scott Quinn does it all. From dry needles and manipulation, to pressure point and targeted exercise. I credit him with the pain freedom and mobility I have today!!