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Judy Noteboom

Judy is a highly skilled manual physical therapist who has treated patients with a variety of injuries and physical conditions for over 25 years. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Illinois with a double major in Spanish and German, and later graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School with a degree in Physical Therapy.  

Through the years, Judy has worked with pediatric patients at Cook Childrens and Child Study Center, worked in Outpatient Offices and worked at Ethicus Hospital, which is a long-term acute-care facility. At Ethicus Hospital, she worked with both inpatients and outpatients, and she set up and directed the outpatient Lymphedema/Edema Clinic for the hospital. She opened up a Private Practice several years ago, first in Texas and now in Colorado. 

Judith Noteboom

Judy Noteboom,

Certified Lymphedema Therapist , CLT

Mastery Certification in Manual Therapy, MCMT

Certified Fascial Manipulation Specialist,CFMS

Judy has always had an affinity for a hands-on approach to treatment and has now moved her practice in that direction. She has actively pursued continuing education to broaden the scope of her practice to better serve her patients.

Judy treats the patient with a full-body approach and treats not only the injured area, but looks at the entire body and the lines of tension to see if another area might have led to another area being compromised. She takes a thorough Patient History and does a Postural Analysis, a Movement Assessment and a Palpation Assessment. She uses the Fascial Manipulation Technique and is also certified in Fascial Distortion Technique, Graston Technique, Astym and is a Rock Doc being certified with Levels I and II Rocktape training. Judy performs Manual Manipulations for tissue releases, Dynamic Movement Assessments, Functional Movement Assessments and Rehabilitative and Corrective Exercises for her patients.

Judy is also a Certified Lymphedema/Edema Therapist and was trained in the LeDuc method. She has been very successful with use of Complete Decongestive Therapy and will provide patients with CDT and the appropriate compression wear as needed. 

Judy loves to travel, loves any sport and loves the outdoors. She has jogged since the 1980s and exercises daily. She has been very involved with Global Hands of Healing, a medical/dental/vision mission organization, since the mid-1990s and has been on many mission trips to Mexico, Guatemala, Panama and Nicaragua. Judy has four children, Austin, Lindsey, Shane and Conner, 3 daughters-in-law, and two grandsons, who are the loves of her life.





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