At University of Colorado Hospital's Lone Tree location, our therapy team offers state of the art therapy services in a caring and committed environment.
We focus on your education and active participation in therapy in order to restore, as completely as possible, your abilities - and to regain your independence.
We speak Spanish at this facility.
Kathy Barnum, OT, CHT
Kathy is an Occupational Therapist and Certified Hand Therapist. She has been at the University of Colorado Hospital since 1993. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Florida and a Master’s of Science in Rehabilitation Administration at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. She is a Certified hand Therapist specializing in the care of hand and upper extremity injuries.
She has been actively involved, locally, in the Denver Hand Special Interest Group, nationally she has served on the Education Committee for the American Society of Hand Therapists, she is an active member of Health Volunteers Overseas, and has participated in the Visible Hand project with the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, at the Center for Human Simulation. Kathy enjoys hiking, traveling, gardening and music.
Matt Carlson, MPT, COMT, OCS
Matt has been a physical therapist since 2001. He graduated from Marquette University’s school of physical therapy and has spent most of his career treating orthopedic disorders.
Matt is dedicated to enhancing the progress of his patients via life-long learning. In 2007 he became a certified orthopedic manual therapist (COMT) credentialed by the Ola Grimsby Institute. The American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties also certified Matt as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2010. Matt especially enjoys treating pts with headaches, spine disorders, and chronic pain.
When not in the clinic, Matt enjoys family time with his wife and children, running up and down the hills of Centennial, and playing the guitar.
Christine Cedilotte, PT, DPT, MS
Since 2002, Christine has worked as a physical therapist in various acute care, acute rehabilitation and outpatient treatment settings. She enjoys working with a variety of patient populations especially orthopedic and neurological diagnoses. She earned a Master’s degree in science and then returned to Sage Graduate School, Troy, New York, and received a doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2005. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and enjoys taking continuing education to stay current in the practice of physical therapy.
Christine enjoys being active outdoors, and volunteers as an adaptive ski instructor. She enjoys traveling and exploring new places. She has a background in figure skating, and loves to work with figure skaters to help prevent injuries and enhance their individual performance.
Mark Derreverre, CHT, OTR
Mark received his Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from Florida International University, in Miami Florida in 1991. He has spent his career treating upper extremity and hand injuries. In January 1997 Mark received his certification as a Certified Hand Therapist, and has completed follow-up recertification twice, most recently in November 2011.
Mark has worked in inpatient, outpatient, and work related injury environments. He is trained in the treatment of traumatic hand injuries, upper extremity burns, and cumulative trauma injuries. Mark enjoys hiking, abstract photography, furniture design, and spending time with his teenage daughter and rambunctious 1 ½-year-old Samoyed.
Anne Keil, PT, DPT
Anne has been a physical therapist since 1991. She graduated from California State University Fresno with both a BS in community health science, and a BS in physical therapy. Anne continued her education at Simmons College in Boston, Mass where she earned her DPT.
Anne has earned certifications from Sole Supports in orthotic measurement, and in trigger point dry needling (level 2). Anne’s expertise includes chronic pain, taping, dry needling, orthotics, and worker’s compensation.
Anne currently serves as the supervisor of two outpatient rehabilitation therapy clinics at Stapleton in Denver and at Park Meadows in Lone Tree. In addition to Anne’s clinical duties, she is a published author and researcher of various health topics. Anne is also bilingual in Spanish.
Poster presenter, 1991 California APTA Conference: Fluoromethane spray use in California.
Poster presenter, 2011 APTA CSM Trigger Point Dry Needling and Resolution of Methadone Use in Chronic Low Back Pain: A Case Report
Keil, Anne. Strap Taping for Sports and Rehabilitation. Champaign: Human Kinetics, 2011. Book.
Contributing book author: Perrin, David. Athletic Taping and Bracing 3rd Ed. Champaign: Human Kinetics, 2012. Book.
Mariellen Kulik, PT
Mariellen has worked in a variety of physical therapy settings including outpatient orthopedics, industrial PT, acute care, trauma centers, wellness centers and home health. She graduated from Rosaland Franklin University in Illinois in 1989. Her interests include outpatient orthopedics, manual therapy and is certified in trigger point dry needling.
She uses a variety of treatment techniques to achieve success with her patients. Outside of the clinic, Mariellen enjoys hiking, camping, photography, and gardening.
Carrie Lamb, PT, DPT
Carrie completed her transition DPT at Regis University in May of 2012 following 12 years of practice in the outpatient orthopedic setting. She originally earned her Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 2000 and is happy to be back with the University in the role of Affiliate Clinical Lab Instructor and the PT school. Her physical therapy practice, family, and sense of adventure have taken her from Denver to Portland, OR, Aspen, and now back to Denver.
In 2006 Carrie pursued a comprehensive Pilates program and became a certified Pilates instructor. “Pilates has given me a wonderful new insight into the integration of mind, body, and movement that has helped me become a more efficient and effective movement educator.” In April of 2012, Carrie also was awarded the title of Core Align Master Instructor following years of coursework and practice. Core Align is an emerging movement system that is on the leading edge of rehabilitation and fitness and she is the only certified instructor in the state of Colorado.
When she’s not working, Carrie spends her time trying to keep up with her husband and two girls. She enjoys running, hiking, cycling, skiing, and gardening . . . basically anything that gives her an excuse to be outside in the Colorado sunshine!