Pamela Robichaud graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2006 from MGH Institute of Health Professions, an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital. After completing an internship at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, she moved to Boulder where she has worked in both an acute care and out patient setting. Pamela’s strengths include but are not limited to the following: Low Back, Ankle Sprains, Foot Pain, Knee Injuries, Chronic Pain, Balance & Vestibular Disorders, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Brain Injury & Concussion. Pamela is LSVT BIG certified for treatment of individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. Recently Pamela completed her Level 1 Functional Dry Needling and is thrilled with the outcomes + success she has seen with the addition of this tool to her treatment options. Furthermore, Pamela is an RRCA certified running coach and makes custom foot orthotics. Pamela’s treatment philosophy is centered on patient empowerment through education as the primary tool for long-term success.
Pamela describes herself as a Boulder-based New Englander at heart, forever in search of the balance between life in the mountains and sunshine and her love of the ocean. You can usually find Pamela running and riding bikes. Professionally, Pamela is driven by the success of the individuals with whom she is working. Personally, she lives by the motto “What Goes Around, Comes Around” and it makes her feel balanced. Pamela and her husband recently returned from a 14-month road trip around North America in their converted Sprinter Van, with their Boxer, Penny Love.
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