Mark Campbell, PT, MSPT, OCS, CMPT
Mark Campbell, PT, MSPT, OCS, CMPT earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Colorado State University and his Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Mark is a Board certified specialist in Orthopaedics. He holds a Certificate of Manual Physical Therapist through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy. Mark's areas of specialization include Spine evaluation and treatment, vestibular disorders, foot and ankle disorders, pre and postoperative care, orthotics fabrication, pelvic floor rehabilitation, and trigger point dry needling. He began working with patients in Ladakh, India in 2007 in conjunction with the Dzi Foundation and REWA. In 2015, he instructed courses in Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapy and treated patients at the Danang Orthopaedic Hospital in Vietnam.
Mark is the Owner and President of Peak Performance Therapy and has been working in the Telluride area since 1998. In his spare time he enjoys kayaking, triathlon, skiing, and gardening.
Christine Richards, PT, DPT
Christine Richards, PT, DPT, earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Vermont. With a previous career as a massage therapist and yoga instructor, she was naturally drawn to practice in an outpatient orthopaedic setting. She has special interests in Manual Therapy and in treating patients with chronic pain. After traveling and working everywhere from Vermont to Alaska to California, Christine is thrilled to be making her home in Telluride with her husband Tom and dog Choyu. She enjoys cross-country skiing, hiking, and mountain biking, as well as singing with the Telluride Choral Society.
Candice Good, PT
Candice Good, PT earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from California State University Long Beach in 1997. A California native, born and raised in Yosemite National Park, she was lured to the Colorado mountains in 1998 by the champagne powder, and has made it her home ever since. She has been working in the Telluride region since 1999 and specializes in Orthopaedics, Sport Injury Rehabilitation, Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and Manual Therapy. Her background includes work with all patient populations and working in the district schools for the past 2 years with children with developmental delays.
She is an avid skier, mountain biker, and enjoys time spent with her two daughters camping and exploring the mountains.
Jennifer McParland, PT
Jennifer McParland, PT received her degree in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. In her career, she has been a clinician, outpatient clinic manager and an inpatient rehabilitation program director. Making a move to Colorado for all that Telluride offers in lifestyle and outdoor sports, she brings with her experience in Orthopedics, Sports Medicine Fellowship, Manual Therapy, and Spinal Cord Injury/Disease. She is an avid athlete who enjoys biking (velodrome, road and mountain), skiing, hiking, ice hockey and kayaking. Jennifer is a passionate therapist who thrives on her clients to achieving more than they think possible.
Patty McIntosh, PTA
Patty McIntosh is a Colorado native and grew up on the front range of Colorado. She graduated from University of Colorado, in Boulder, Colorado with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology. Subsequently, she received her Physical Therapy Assistant Degree from Arapahoe College. Patty has a strong working background in aquatic therapy and gerontology. She has recently taught and treated in clinics in Ladakh, India and and in Danang, Vietnam. Adjunct to out patient therapy at Peak Performance Therapy, she works with home health patients and early development with children in the School System. Patty lives in Telluride where she loves to ski deep powder in steep terrain, and water ski on glass-like conditions.
Always good for a "hey y'all", Jacki Lawshe hails from 'The Natural State' of Arkansas where she graduated from the University of Arkansas with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology. Jacki's love for adventure drew her to plant her roots in Ridgway where she can be found hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing with her two rescue dogs and husband, Scott. Her active lifestyle makes her realize the importance and amazing benefits of physical therapy. In addition to her love for the outdoors, Jacki has a very strong passion for animals of all kinds as she's worked with numerous organizations including the Jane Goodall Institute, Sea Turtle Conservancy, and the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust To name a few. She can be found volunteering at Ridgway Elementary School with her dogs in a program through Second Chance Humane Society and at Equine Therapy programs in the area.
Susan has lived in Telluride for over 40 years. During that time, she has been a ranch hand, worked administratively for other professionals and owned her own business. Faithfully serving the Telluride community, Susan has been an EMT for 12 years and is a wildland fire fighter. She loves animals, skiing, gardening, and is an avid Mahjong player.
She works at Peak Performance Therapy as an Office Coordinator.