Bridget End, PT, DPTBorn and raised in New Jersey, Bridget earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Dartmouth College. While at Dartmouth, she was a four-year NCAA Division I athlete as a member of the Cross Country and Track and Field teams. After college, she moved to Boulder to continue running competitively, competing in road races ranging from 10k to the marathon, while pursuing her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Regis University. She was drawn to physical therapy due to her personal experiences as an injured athlete and her ability to empathize with people who are injured and unable to partake in the activities that they enjoy.
When not treating patients, Bridget enjoys running (and exploring new trails at higher elevations), snow skiing, and water skiing. She also enjoys cheering for the Green Bay Packers and spending time with her family, including her 2 nieces and 2 nephews.
Continuing Education and CertificationsLevel 1 Functional Dry NeedlingTreating clinics: Boulder
InterestsBridget enjoys treating all orthopedic and sports-related injuries. As a competitive runner and lifelong athlete (who grew up playing soccer, basketball and lacrosse), she has a particular passion for treating runners and other athletes.
During her treatment sessions, Bridget utilizes a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription to assist patients in healing more efficiently. She understands the importance of patient education to help patients better understand the rehabilitation process and to teach patients how to self-manage their injuries and prevent future injuries.
Movie: Pitch Perfect
TV Show: One Tree Hill
Book: Let Your Mind Run, by Deena Kastor
Sports Teams: Green Bay Packers
Vacation: Safari in Botswana
Food: Peanut butter
Hobbies: Running, snow skiing, playing the piano, and completing crossword puzzles
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