Dave Schultz Owner, Physical Therapist PT
After being raised in Iowa City his whole life, David graduated from Luther College in 2006 and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Iowa in 2009. Falcon Physical therapy has been his home ever since. Primary interests are outpatient orthopedics, manual therapy and therapeutic dry needling. He spends most of time fixing up his old house and property in Peyton, tinkering with projects way over his head, crossword puzzles, reading and eating his wife's delicious food. He is joined in these endeavors by Ashley, daughter Sophia, son Levi (Bubba) and trusty dogs Midas, Jake and Abby Sue.
Julie Hartman Physical Therapist PT
Julie Hartman received her Bachelor's degree in Sports Medicine from Colorado State University, followed by her doctorate in physical therapy from Regis University. Julie began her career at Craig Hospital, a top rehabilitation hospital specializing in treating individuals with spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries. Julie developed and ran The PEAK Center at Craig Hospital, a world renowned activity-based wellness center, housing the most advanced therapeutic technologies. Her passion is working with individuals with neurological disabilities and diseases. She has extensive experience working with state of the art rehabilitative technologies and robotics. When she is not at work Julie is busy being a Mom to her identical twin daughters. In her spare time (ha ha) she enjoys camping, hiking, running, and spending time with her family.
Michaela Robley Physical Therapy Assistant PTA
Michaela is a native of Falcon, Colorado who has experienced the Flacon Physical Therapy culture firsthand as a patient, intern, and employee. She graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Pueblo Community College all while maintaining a full time job, getting married and having a baby girl. She graduated in May of 2016 and passed her national licensure exam shortly after in July. Michaela then accepted a job with the same company that piqued her interest in physical therapy. Michaela’s mentality of rehabilitation is geared around manual therapy and emphasizing a home program, making the patient’s self-sufficient in their recovery. She now spends her days enjoying all of the active outlets that Colorado has to offer with her husband Scott, daughter Dakota and their loving dog Arlo.