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Joe joined the Next Level team in January 2008. Joe has spent his whole life in the sports world both as an athlete and a coach. Joe began his healthcare career by working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Northern Colorado. The next chapter for Joe was obtaining his Doctoral of Physical Therapy degree from University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. As a member of the Next Level team, Joe has attended numerous continuing education courses in specialized treatment of the hip. Since, Joe has specialized in manual and therapeutic interventions for a wide variety of hip syndromes. Joe is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist. Joe has implemented a functional sports test, to evaluate the ability for an athlete to return to sport following a lower body injury. His goal is to have his data and test published. Joe enjoys mentoring physical therapy and sports performance students as a clinical instructor. He has been involving in mentoring dozens of students, including 7 current Next Level team members. Joe is certified through Kinetacore in level one and two Functional Dry Needling. He is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions. Joe enjoys spending as much time as possible with his family. Joe’s other main hobbies include wakeboarding, golf, poker, and working out.
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Travis joined the Next Level team in January 2014. He is a Colorado native who grew up playing soccer and has been involved in a variety of other sports throughout his life. He played soccer at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, UT where he received his Bachelor of Science in Biology. During his time there he sustained several injuries which led him to pursue a career in physical therapy. He then received is Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Colorado. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association Orthopedics section. Travis is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist. Travis is certified through Kinetacore in level two Functional Dry Needling. He is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions. Travis enjoys exercising, and doing anything outdoors with his family.
TJ joined the Next Level team in 2015 after receiving his Associate of Occupational Studies – Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Pima Medical Institute. He started his academic career at Colorado State University, and then ran his own business before deciding to pursue his passion for sports and sports medicine. He is a Northeastern Colorado native who has been involved athletics both as a player and coach throughout his entire life. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association – Sports Medicine section, with his dedication to professional growth, continues to attend courses which will further enhance his skills and ability to provide Next Level clients with top of the line care. He is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions. In his free time, TJ enjoys working out, snowboarding, cooking, playing guitar, fishing, and watching football. You can also find him enjoying the microbreweries Colorado has to offer.
Kylie joined the Next Level team in August of 2016. She grew up in Noblesville, Indiana playing a variety of sports including basketball and soccer. The injuries she sustained while playing those sports led her to pursue a career in physical therapy. She received her BA in Exercise Science and a minor in Spanish from Hope College in Holland, Michigan were she also played four years of soccer for the Flying Dutch. Upon graduating from Hope, she moved to Colorado to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Denver. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Orthopedics Section. Kylie is certified in level 1 functional dry needling through KinetaCore. She is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions. Kylie enjoys playing soccer, tennis, camping, hiking, and snowboarding and spending time with friends and family both in Colorado and in Indiana.
Kylie joined the Next Level team in January of 2017. She is originally from Craig Colorado. She grew up playing a variety of sports including gymnastics, basketball, and track. Injuries through these sports and the want to optimize physical therapy and return to sport for others led her to pursue a career in physical therapy. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado. Upon completion, she moved to Denver to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association- Orthopedics section. Kylie is certified in level 1 functional dry needling through KinetaCore. Kylie enjoys all things related to water (avid water skier), the outdoors of Colorado, and spending time with friends and family.
Patrick joined Next Level in 2018. Originally from Virginia, he gained his undergraduate degree in business marketing at Virginia Commonwealth University before moving to Colorado in 2012 to pursue larger mountains than those on the East Coast. Following careers, in business and arboriculture he decided to follow his passion for human movement and returned to school to receive his Associate of Occupational Studies – Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Pima Medical Institute. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is committed to furthering his abilities. He is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions. Patrick enjoys training for and racing ultramarathons, skiing, climbing, camping, and anything else outdoors – all of which with his wife and dog.
Cody joined the Next Level team in March 2018. He received his Bachelors of Science from Colorado State University before continuing to earn his Associate of Occupational Studies – Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Pima Medical Institute. He is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions. He is a Colorado native who grew up playing football, lacrosse, and snowboarding. Cody’s passion for sports and helping others lead him to pursue his career in physical therapy. He is an active person who enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding, concerts, visiting local breweries, and enjoying all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer.
Taylor joined the Next Level team in May 2018. She is a Colorado native, born and raised in Boulder. She received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She went through several years of physical therapy after multiple shoulder injuries and her experience inspired her to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Washington University-St. Louis. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy-Orthopedics section. Taylor is certified in level 1 functional dry needling through KinetaCore. Taylor enjoys all things outdoors including biking, hiking, skiing and camping, especially with her husband and Vizsla puppy. She is a die-hard Wisconsin Badger fan and enjoys watching and playing a variety of sports.
Sharee joined the Next Level team in May 2018. She grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska playing a variety of sports, including softball, basketball, and soccer. She received her BA in Nutrition, Exercise, and Health Science and minors in Business and Coaching While at UNL she played on the Nebraska women’s club soccer team. Upon graduation, she moved to Colorado to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Denver. Sharee is certified in level 1 functional dry needling through KinetaCore. She is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions. In her free time, Sharee enjoys recreational sports leagues, snowboarding, biking, working out, and outdoor activities.
Greg Brock, CSCS
Greg is a Colorado native who joined the Next Level team in February of 2018. He graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. After graduation, he went on to obtain his Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification through the NSCA. Greg is also certified in personal blood flow restriction therapy. Greg’s interest for sports and performance began at a young age. He has played sports for many years and ultimately played football at the collegiate level in Indiana. In his free time Greg enjoys working out, playing sports, and exploring Colorado.
Mekala Henderson, CSCS, CPT
Mekala joined Next Level in 2018 and has been a fitness professional for over 7 years with experience helping clients of all levels achieve their fitness goals. She completed her bachelors degree in May 2017 and has both a Strength and Conditioning certification as well as a personal trainer certification. Currently Mekala is working on her Corrective Exercise certification to keep her knowledge up to date and to be of even more help to the clients at Next Level. She is also certified through Owens Recovery Science in Blood Flow Restrictions.. While not at work Mekala is a current Nationally Qualified bikini bodybuilding competitor with 6 competitions under her belt with the last three she prepped herself. Her other activities include trap shooting, hiking, camping, travelling and spending time with her family and four legged friends.
Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Jon moved to Colorado in 2018 and joined the Next Level Team in August of 2019. He graduated from The University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science & Human Performance. Jon holds certifications in both ASEP (American Sport and Education Program) and NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine). The passion for sports performance came from a long relationship with sports and fitness. Jon grew up playing many sports and played collegiate lacrosse at Rockhurst University. In his spare time, Jon loves to workout, play sports, as well as, hangout with his wife and two dogs.
Tara joined Next Level in 2012. She is a Colorado Native who grew up on the Western Slope. She attended Colorado State University where she majored in Sports Medicine. She is married to her husband Shawn and they have one Daughter together.
Alyssa joined the Next Level team in February of 2016. She was born and raised in Colorado. Alyssa has two wonderful children, a boy and girl. She loves the outdoors and playing outside with her children every chance she gets.