Meet The Integrative Physiotherapy Team
John Kummrow, PT, DPT, CMT
John Kummrow first found his passion and respect for physical fitness as an athlete playing American football. That passion led him to explore other athletic outlets, including bodybuilding and martial arts. Tragically, John experienced the worst injury of his life following a collision on the football field just prior to graduation from Colorado State University. The medical community at that time, including many physical therapists and chiropractors, concluded that due to the severity of the injury John would lose a large percentage of mobility in his right arm and shoulder.
Despite the opinion of the medical community, John believed that he could recover. He brought that belief to graduate school and earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Along the way, he applied his instincts and his education to his own injury, a combination that eventually led to near complete mobility and use of his right arm and shoulder.
Today, as the owner and primary physical therapist at Integrative Physiotherapy LLC, Dr. Kummrow practices a unique and multi-faceted form of physical therapy known as Kinetic Chain Rehabilitation . His practice is rooted in his personal experience of severe injury, and his respect for both eastern and western philosophies of medicine.
Prominent in his holistic approach to physical therapy is a neuro-muscular awareness of how the body’s nerve network coordinates and communicates with the body’s musculature to achieve efficient function. At Integrative Physiotherapy, Dr. Kummrow offers a unique combination of physical therapy techniques, including one-on-one personal training, trigger point dry needle therapy and spinal manipulation that are designed to reprogram the mind-body connection, psychosomatic components, and achieve long-term physical health.
Dr. Alex Veronda, DPT
From a young age, Alex Veronda witnessed the life-changing effects of physical therapy. Her grandmother suffered a massive stroke at the age of 35, leaving her right side of her body paralyzed. Her grandfather was in a motorcycle accident at 60, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. However, the grandparents that Alex knew were healthy, active, and independent thanks to physical therapy.
This inspiration, combined with her love for leading an active lifestyle, led her to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. While earning her degree, Alex completed a 10-week clinical internship with Dr. Kummrow. The relationships and mentorship Alex experienced during her internship with Integrative Physiotherapy inspired her to return as a full-time practitioner post-graduation. Alex has clinical experience treating a variety of conditions including orthopedic diagnoses, sports injuries, strokes, and spinal cord injuries.
Alex is looking forward to serving the Fort Collins area at Integrative Physiotherapy and helping her patients reach their full potential. In her free time, Alex enjoys traveling, attending concerts, and spending time outdoors including hiking, skiing, and watersports.