Paisley Hiefield, DPT. PT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Dry Needling Certification

Paisley is originally from Portland, Oregon. She graduated from Pacific University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. At Pacific she also played lacrosse, led outdoor adventure trips, and received two minors – one in Outdoor Leadership and one in Spanish. Paisley moved to Colorado in pursuit of more sunlight and to further her education in the field of physical therapy. She graduated from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Paisley also has earned her Level 2 Dry Needling Certification. Paisley is currently furthering her knowledge and expertise by completing her Residency in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy at Regis University.

Paisley has previous experience working as a research assistant, rehabilitation technician, lacrosse coach and backpacking and whitewater kayaking/rafting guide. Paisley is passionate about fostering collaboration with her patients and providing them with the empowerment, tools and education that will lead to lifelong changes. With her extensive knowledge and hands-on training in the field, she is equipped to treat a variety of health conditions and injuries. She is eager to provide an individualized treatment plan to help each patient achieve their own specific goals.

During her free time Paisley can be found spending time with her husband and family/friends, loving her Collie/Sheltie named Corduroy and being extraordinarily average at far too many hobbies including: snowboarding, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, golf, hiking, lifting and running.

About Treatment Methods

Deep Tissue Massage Therapy

Dry Needling (Level 2 Certified)

Struggling with muscle pain, tightness, or limited movement? Functional dry needling, administered by your expert physical therapist, could be the key to unlocking relief and restoring optimal function. What is it? Unlike traditional acupuncture, functional dry needling uses thin needles inserted into specific muscle trigger points. These trigger points are tight, irritable areas that can contribute to pain, weakness, and movement limitations.

Trigger Point Massage Therapy

Post Surgical Rehabilitation

Undergoing surgery can be a life-changing experience, and the road to recovery deserves careful navigation. At our practice, we firmly believe that post-surgical rehabilitation is a crucial phase in the healing process. That's why we offer a comprehensive and personalized approach to help you regain your strength, mobility, and independence.

Myofascial Release

Active Aging and Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Feeling the years catching up, but unwilling to slow down? Physical therapy for the active-again population can be your key to staying vibrant and engaged in the activities you love

What our clients say

Dr. Hiefield, incredible health care professional. Proactive therapies and knowledge of body movements and all dynamic sports functions keep our family healthy and performing at our best. If you seek proactive wellness, she should be your journey's trusted advisors.

"Helped me tremendously overcome my injuries while training for a marathon. Very thorough and professional."

"Amazing service. Always supportive helpful and friendly. They will help you accomplish your health goals"