Scott Johnson PT, OCS

Scott is a former college football player who graduated from the University of South Dakota in 1992. From there he went on to the University of Minnesota to pursue a graduate degree in Exercise Physiology. While in graduate school he worked in a muscle physiology lab performing cellular research studying the effects of aging and inactivity on skeletal muscle. Following a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology, he completed his program in Physical Therapy in 1998.

Scott started Institute of Physical Medicine & Sports Therapy, Inc. in 2003 to provide a center for excellence in physical therapy. Scott has had extensive post-graduate training from several programs and numerous other courses. He is a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy. He is trained and certified to perform trigger point dry needling as well high velocity low-amplitude manipulation techniques to the spine and extremities.

Scott and his wife live in Windsor where they are raising their four boys. He enjoys attending local sports events and spending time in the mountains.

Thomas "Ty" Lollis PT, DPT

After earning a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University, Ty received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. While studying at CSU, he recovered from several sports related injuries and developed a love for the human body and it's healing processes. This is also where he met his future wife, Karen.

Ty's areas of interests include orthopedics, post-op rehab, and sports medicine. He has completed advanced training in vestibular disorders and the treatment of temporomandibular joint dysfunction. He is a certified Vestibular Rehab specialist through The American Institute of Balance. This certification includes vestibular and balance disorders including BPPV, whiplash and concussion trauma, migraines, neurologic, otologic and cervicogenic related issues.

When not practicing physical therapy, Ty enjoys hiking Colorado's 14'ers, vehicle restoration, and family time with his wife, two sons, and daughter.