Steve Medberry is a Colorado native, growing up in Littleton. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Exercise Science with a Sports Medicine concentration from Colorado State University in 2013. He then went on to receive his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Regis University in 2016, graduating with honors and receiving the prestigious Alpha Sigma Nu award for personal and professional excellence.
Ever since his sophomore year of college, Steve has worked as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor. He trained clients and taught boot camps for the CSU fitness center, and eventually took the lead of the personal training department his senior year as fitness manager. He maintains his own personal training business in addition to his work at the clinic, and loves to approach therapy with the mindset of a health and wellness professional. He enjoys working with clients of any age and activity level, from young athletes to adults recovering from orthopedic conditions.
Steve has a passion for both manual therapy and exercise-based treatments and believes strongly in providing clients with the education and tools they need to be independent and successful in their rehab. Outside the clinic, Steve enjoys archery, bow hunting, hiking, weight lifting, and swing dancing. He volunteers extensively in his community through his work on the Denver advisory board of the international non-profit H.O.P.E. Worldwide, and enjoys spending his time with his wife, friends, and family.