Founded in 2015 by  three physical therapists looking for an environment to apply our full skill set. That facility did not exist.  We created it.  

We feel our clients should benefit from our full knowledge base and receive the care they need when they need it, not when an insurance company deems it necessary.  We charge what our services are worth.  To provide you with the utmost quality of care we do not have contracts with insurance companies.  We do act as an out of network provider, meaning we collect payment for our services and provide you with our paperwork to submit for reimbursement to your insurance carrier.  

At REVO you will always work 1 on 1 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy for 60 minutes.  Colorado is a direct access state, meaning no physician prescription is required to utilize our services.  We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment all of musculoskeletal sources of pain.    

REVO believes in the use of diagnostic technology to gather objective data in order expedite the evaluation and  treatment process. There are known movement patterns that increase injury risk.  Through the use of technology previously reserved for research settings we can identify those patterns quickly and accurately.  We strive to find the root cause of your pain or performance limitation and fix it.   


Dr. Brian Briggs, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Alex Buck, CPT, USAW

Strength Coach

Emma Caughlin, CMT

Massage Therapist

Dr. Anh Bui, PT, DPT, CSCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Sarah Gahagan, CPT, CKT, CMT

Strength Coach, Massage Therapist

Emily Pickner

Administrative Assistant

Dr. Matthew Smith, PT, DPT, CSCS, USAW

Doctor of Physical Therapy


Kim Springborn

Run/Strength Coach

Dr. Candace Townley, PT, DPT, ATC

Doctor of Physical Therapy


Dr. Brian Briggs, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS


Dr. Brian Briggs has been practicing in the field of sports medicine since 2002. As a board certified sport physical therapist, athletic trainer, and certified strength and conditioning specialist, Brian uses his background to specialize in movement performance, injury recovery and exercise enhancement.  Brian is a specialist in all sport-orthopedic injuries for athletes of all ages and skill levels and expert trigger point dry needelist.  Brian is residency trained from The Ohio State University and has practiced in various clinical settings, including high school, college and professional arenas across the country. Brian is passionate about accurately assessing the cause of a patient’s injury and performance limitations through a detailed understanding of movement functions and athletic demands.  Brian embodies a “work hard play hard” mentality as he enjoys his Colorado lifestyle of skiing, biking, and exploring the great outdoors.


Dr. Dane DeLozier, PT, DPT, ATC, NASM-PES


Originally from Central Pennsylvania, Dane grew up with traditional team sports in his blood. Football, basketball and track in high school led him to Pittsburgh to play Div I football in college. Dane's injury resume grew from there along with his passion for science. This led to an undergraduate degree in athletic training from Duquesne University. Dane signed on to stay in the city and work at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Center for Sports Medicine and Carnegie Mellon University.  Having the opportunity to work closely with Pittsburgh's top professional, collegiate and high school athletes fueled his desire to progress his sports medicine knowledge.  

This led to enrolling in a Doctor in Physical Therapy program at Franklin Pierce University in Concord, New Hampshire.  This developed a passion for research and education for which Dane is still pursuing opportunities today.  Dane then went West to intern at Mammoth Hospitals Physical Therapy Center in Mammoth Lakes, California and The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Having to grown to love all the outdoor activities the West has to offer Boulder, CO was the next stop.

Landing at the prestigious Boulder Center for Sports Medicine Dane co-founded the ACL injury screen and prevention program, performed daily physical therapy treatments and worked with the preseason ski/snowboard training course.  Dane was also a medical bike fitter at BCSM, using Specialized Bicycle Components University Body Geometry Fit and Retul systems. Dane also performed a long term lower extremity biomechanics training in Los Angeles with the Movement Performance Institute and University of Southern California.   

Dane's past patients include athletes from the NFL, NCAA, professional cyclists and triathletes, Olympic ski and snowboard athletes. Now an avid mountain and road cyclist, backcountry snowboarder and fly fisherman he continues to strive to apply the art and science of elite level physical therapy to help others get back to their peak performance in any sport they choose.    


Dr. Matthew J. Smith PT, DPT, CSCS, USAW


Both an academic and field player All American College Lacrosse player, Matt understands the commitment, devotion and work required of success, whether it be on the field or in business. Matt exudes a passion for performance and shares excitement and drive for his clients success, whether that be returning to the golf course, or winning national championships. A graduate with honors from Drexel University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, as well as from Gettysburg College, Matthew has shown commitment and devotion to human performance both in the classroom and on the playing field. After having worked at one of the most respected orthopedic firms in the nation, Matt understands the level of care and communication required for upstanding patient care. Matt continues to stay active in the lacrosse community on top of continually progressing his own fitness with everything from Olympic Lifting to epic bike rides. A husband and father, Matt can be seen running around Boulder pushing a stroller, as well as presenting to local Crossfit affiliates.  Matthew continues to progress his knowledge base of Olympic lifting as well as the most current concepts in orthopedic/ sports rehabilitation by prescribing to most recent publications as well as being an active part of national societies.


Dr. Candace Townley, PT, DPT, ATC


Dr. Candace Townley has been practicing in the field of sports medicine since 2010. Being a collegiate basketball player and a certified athletic trainer Candace understands that staying healthy accompanied with movement efficiency is crucial for optimal performance.

Graduating from Regis University with a Masters in Sports Performance and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Candace is a movement quality expert and is passionate about preventing injuries before they occur. In the event that surgical intervention is needed, she is ready to get you back to what you love to do faster, better, & stronger than before.

Having traveled all over the world providing sports medicine coverage for collegiate volleyball tours and having provided medical coverage for underprivileged high school sports teams Candace’s passion lies with court & field sport athletes; ready to make ACL tears a thing of the past.

Candace, a Colorado native, loves spending much of her free time outdoors running, hiking, fishing, camping, and if she’s lucky all in one day. During the fall months you can find her cheering on the Denver Broncos at Mile High & waxing her snowboard anxiously waiting for some powder.

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Sarah Gahagan, CPT, CKT, CMT


Originally from Maine, Sarah moved to Boulder in 2014 to further her lifestyle of adventuring. An avid mountain and road biker, hiker, and skier, Sarah quickly found comfort in the mountains and people of Colorado. With her constant state of movement, Sarah recognizes the importance of maintaining a fluid and injury-free body, which is why she is committed to providing her clients with the foundation to success through massage therapy and functional training.

Certified as an ACSM trainer and NCBTMB massage therapist, Sarah has found great results from the partnership of massage and training. She understands the stresses our bodies have to endure in our pursuit of wellness and is aware of specific movement-related injuries and muscle fatigue. She has been in the industry for over 10 years and has worked with bodybuilders, professional athletes, pre- and post-natal, geriatric, and pediatric clients in both fields of work.

Sarah can provide Swedish massage, focusing on peace and resetting; Deep Tissue, focusing on release within the deeper muscle layers and fascia; or Sports massage, focusing on greater range-of-motion and the necessary pre- and post-event therapy. She also has training in Cupping and Gua Sha.

During her training sessions, Sarah provides a great mix of humor, drive, and skill, encouraging her clients to exceed their own expectations and goals. Her goal is that every day, her clients leave their session feeling better than when they started. She’s a stickler on form and won’t let anyone get away with cheating through a session! Her theory is simple: discipline equals freedom. Be consistent, and see results!

When Sarah’s not working with clients, she can be found training for off-road triathlons, adventuring in the mountains, making salads, and giving solid high-fives.


Dr. Anh Bui, PT, DPT, CSCS


Dr. Anh Bui is an avid runner from Oakland, CA. She is a former NCAA Cross Country & Track and Field athlete from University of California, San Diego. During her time in San Diego, she worked in the field of neuroscience research and was published in 4 academic journals. Anh is also one of few individuals who studied exercise science and performance training at the Australian Institute of Sport- an experience she describes as “combining her passion for endurance sports and science at one of the most renowned facilities in the world.” 

Graduating from Columbia University Medical Center’s PT program, Anh’s goal is to get runners back on their feet and make them durable athletes. During PT school, Anh played lead roles in Columbia’s RunLab Clinic performing running gait evaluations and prescribing individualized exercise programs to high level runners. In addition, she lead an injury prevention program for underprivileged youth runners in Harlem, NY. 

On her free time, Anh enjoys running the roads and trails in CO, hiking, cooking exquisite meals, and raising indoor plants. Anh continues to compete in all distances from the 5k- marathon, though her favorite distance is the half marathon. Her favorite race is the Boston Marathon and favorite place to run is Central Park (NYC).


Alex Buck, ACE, USAW


Born and raised in upstate New York, my family instilled in me a love for the outdoors and winter sports, so it was only natural that I ended up in Colorado. 

 Before heading west to Denver in 2019 I called Maryland my home.  Originally moving there to be a starting pitcher at Salisbury University.  After college I settled in Baltimore, home to Under Armour's global headquarters.  UA is where my trainer career took off.  Coaching anyone from your average Joe hoping to lead a healthier lifestyle, to young UA employees chasing their first marathon, to Michael Phelps, even Cam Newton.  

 I believe in training for the real world; whether you have a specific goal in mind or you just want to look, feel, and live better.  I believe in functional fitness for life's everyday moments and beyond. I want my class to be the best hour of your day with a mix of high intensity circuits, functional body weight movements and strength training.


Dominique Garcia, NASM-CPT


Raised in Geneva, Switzerland, Dominique’s passion for health and fitness transpired at a young age. Being an outdoor enthusiast brought her to Boulder, CO in 2017. While enjoying outdoor adventures, Dominique equally enjoys spending time in the weight room perfecting biomechanics in both compound and isolated movements. Working with a multitude of injuries has led her to be a strong advocator and teacher of proper technique due to the importance this plays in sustainable movement and in turn, a sustainable lifestyle. 

Certified as a NASM trainer and holding a Masters in Health & Social Psychology, Dominique is also keen on the psychology behind strength training and what this means for your psychological well-being. Therefore, alongside helping you with developing proper movement patterns and practicing smart training, Dominique is also interested in behavior change, goal setting, habit building and habit breaking. 

Outside of the gym, Dominique can be found outdoors–running, hiking, biking and very likely chasing a sunrise or a sunset!

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Emily Pickner


Emily is a Boulder native, who loves all things outdoors. She grew up running, hiking, mountain biking, swimming and skiing (Nordic, back country, and alpine). Emily is passionate about Nordic skiing, and grew up as a competitive Nordic ski racer. She is now a coach for the Boulder Nordic Junior Racing Team. During the winter, you’ll find Emily racing all over the country at everything from small town races to National Championships. Emily’s love of athletic endeavors and a sports oriented lifestyle has contributed to her eagerness to learn more about the science of sports performance and injury prevention. Currently studying Integrative Physiology at the University of Colorado Boulder, Emily has plans to earn a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.


Kim Springborn


Kim is always ready for a new adventure, whether a local 10k, 50-mile trail run, or a 100-mile mountain bike race. As a busy mother of 2, wife, RRCA Certified Run Coach and ultra athlete, she also understands the need for balance.

Kim’s background in athletics brought her to where she is today. She played Collegate Soccer and Basketball, then after graduating she quickly transitioned to racing Triathlons and did so for the following 8 years. After having her 2 children she quickly transitioned into trail running. With the freedom and the ability to lace up and get out it became an adventure and the freedom that she needed and she truly found her passion here! A few of Kim’s racing highlights include, 3x Leadville 50 Run, 2x Leadville 100 Bike, 2nd Female Overall 30k Behind the Rocks, 5th Female Overall Leadville Marathon, 1st Female BarnBurner 112 MNT Bike, 3 Year Leadville Run Camp Lead.


Emma Caughlin, CMT


Emma is originally from Indiana, and attended undergrad at Indiana University-Bloomington. Throughout college she raced collegiate cycling and raced in the Little 500.

After graduating from IU, Emma moved to Asheville, North Carolina for massage school at the Center for Massage and Natural Health where spent the following four years working as a sports massage therapist. Since 2015 she has worked with team USA cycling along with several world tour, pro continental, and continental cycling teams. Emma specializes in deep tissue, therapeutic massage and working with individuals recovering from injuries.

The mountains and outdoors were a big factor for Emma moving to Boulder. She spends her free time hiking, cycling, and exploring Colorado.