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Dr. Gayle Fischer, DPT, MPT

609 East Speer Boulevard, Suite# 150
Denver, CO  80203
Tel:  (303) 725-6958

Fax:  (720) 941-6040

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  • Visceral Manipulation 1 (10/2020)
  • Dry Trigger Point Needling Certified Level I and II since 2010
  • METs of the Lumbar-Pelvis-Sacrum Level I 
  • Completed Level I of the Associative Awareness Technique (AAT)
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) since 2012
  • Contemporary Cupping Methods - Certified in Cupping through the International Cupping Therapy Association
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • When the Feet Hit the Ground...Everything Changes - Level I
  • MET of the Thoracic Spine and Ribs
  • Kinesiotaping - KT1, KT2, KT3 since 2007
  • Functional Orthopaedics I and II
  • CPR Certified since 2002
  • APTA Member since 2000

About Dr. Gayle Fischer, DPT, MPT

Dr. Gayle Fischer, DPT, MPT received her Masters and Clinical Doctorate Degrees in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 2002 and 2003 respectively.  Her passion for Pilates led her towards her Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Certification in 2004 and she has been teaching rehabilitation and wellness machine and mat Pilates classes in Denver for 19 years.  Combined with 21 years of practicing physical therapy in Denver in the outpatient orthopedic setting, she incorporates her doctorate knowledge and exercise techniques to enhance patient's recovery. 

Gayle has been certified in, and specializing in dry needling in Denver since 2010.  Finally, Gayle is a firm believer in not only the evidenced-based approach of physical therapy, but the holistic approach.  She became fascinated with, and certified in Fire Cupping since 2012.  She combines her cupping experience to the physical therapy realm via use of specific non heated, pliable cups to treat the myofascial system (i.e., ITB syndrome, back pain), soft tissue and scar tissue release.

Gayle's treatment philosophy is based on a holistic, evidence-based, and individualized treatment approach.  Through the combination of relieving patients' pains and educating them on prevention of future occurrences,  her goal is to empower them to heal themselves. She loves being a physical therapist because it is fun and rewarding to make a difference in others' quality of life. 

In her free time, Gayle likes to spend time with family and friends enjoying the great outdoors of Colorado.  Her favorite sports are downhill skiing, basketball, and hiking.

Since graduating in 2002, Gayle has taken numerous continuing education courses to enhance her knowledge and specialties in her field.  These courses include: