Solstice Physical Therapy
Dr. Lisa Wilcox, PT, DPT, cert-DN
owner/doctor of physical therapy
Lisa Wilcox, PT, DPT was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. She received her Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science in 2003 and then her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Montana, Missoula in 2006. After finishing school she moved to Colorado and worked in both corporate and private practice clinics for 7 years, until she realized that she wanted to provide a more personal and inclusive treatment that was not possible with network insurance. She has now been completing private PT and providing fill-in coverage for outpatient clinics in the Denver Metro area since 2013. She loves working with all different types of diagnoses in the outpatient field, and utilizes different manual therapy techniques to supplement therapeutic exercise programs, functional training and patient education. She is certified in Dry Needling and finds that this is a very helpful tool in treating patients with a variety of conditions.
Lisa is married to her wonderful husband Cory and they were blessed with their beautiful baby girl, Emma, in August of 2018. They enjoy traveling, camping, spending time with friends and family, all of the Colorado outdoor activities, and getting back home to Alaska to visit family and go fishing and hiking.
Dr. Marin Campbell, PT, DPT, Cert-DN
doctor of physical therapy
Marin was raised in a military family and fortunate to live in many places before receiving her bachelor's degree from the University of Georgia in 2001. After college, she moved out to Colorado where she worked in the ski and bike industries as well as coaching high school swimming. Marin's experiences as a coach, her own training as a competitive mountain biker, and her rehabilitation from shoulder surgery compelled her to return to school where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University in 2014. An accomplished mountain biker, she understands how to optimize performance through tailored training programs. However, she has also experienced the slow, methodical, and sometimes frustrating recoveries from shoulder and hip surgeries, and this feeds into her collaborative, holistic approach to treatment. Marin has worked with a diverse collection of patients in a variety of outpatient orthopedic settings including occupational medicine, hospital-based, and upper extremity clinics. Dry needling is an important part of her practice, and she is certified through the Integrative Dry Needling Institute. She also extensively employs the John Barnes Myofascial Release Approach which fits nicely with her intuitive and holistic style. When she’s not working, you will find Marin mountain biking, skiing, hiking, cooking, or traveling.
Do I need a doctor’s Rx to see you?
No, you don’t. Colorado is one of eighteen states in the USA granted unrestricted direct access for physical therapists. This means you do not need an MD order to see us. Simply schedule online or pick up the phone and call!
Do you take insurance?
Solstice Physical Therapy offers unparalleled customer service and quality care. We are not in network with insurance providers but provide a cash-based discount to all our clients and patients. We will also provide a superbill for you to submit to your insurance for reimbursement or payment toward your deductible. Some patients use this third-party site for reimbursement, click here.
What sets Solstice apart from other clinics?
Unlike other physical therapy clinics that treat up to twenty-five patients a day, per therapist, we pride ourselves on providing attentive one-on-one care to our patients. Every Solstice patient gets the quality care they deserve, and because of more thorough examinations and treatments, we get patients better, faster. Our therapists have many years of experience and are highly trained in complimentary and skilled manual techniques, which also provide an enhanced experience for the patient.
Does Dry Needling hurt?
Dry needling is one treatment we provide, among many. If your therapist determines that dry needling may benefit your condition, only then would you be a candidate. Dry needling can be slightly uncomfortable, and sore for 24-48 hours. However, the method of dry needling that Solstice employs is more gentle than the traditional trigger-point method, which means less soreness and often yields better results. Most patients contend that the long-term benefits of decreased pain or improved mobility outweighs the initial discomfort.