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Meet our Physical Therapists

Doug Wilson, PT, DPT

Doug received a Bachelor of Science in Equine Science from Colorado State University; Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from University of Colorado Health Sciences Center; and Doctor of Physical Therapy from Regis University.  Dr. Wilson has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1995 and is currently a member of the Private Practice Section, the Orthopedic Section, and State of Wyoming Physical Therapy Association. His primary interest areas include: patient centered clinical practice, balance/vestibular dysfunction, manual physical therapy and is one of the few practitioners in the state of Wyoming practicing Functional Dry Needling. Dr. Wilson also has extensive experience with scoliosis patients, temporal mandibular dysfunction, spinal mobilization techniques, and concussion rehabilitation from sports and motor vehicle injuries. He has been involved in healthcare for more than 30 years and has practiced in Wyoming for over 23 years.

Joey Dobbins, PT, DPT

Joey Dobbins is a Physical Therapist at Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers of Cheyenne.  He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York in 2018. He spent his first professional year working in an outpatient orthopedic clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.  During his time as a collegiate soccer player, he gained an appreciation for the psychology and mentality involved in recovering from injuries.  Joey enjoys working with individuals of all ages and diagnoses and enjoys the opportunity to tailor every patient’s plan of care to their specific goals and interests.  Outside of the clinic Joey can be found in the mountains of Colorado and Wyoming hiking, camping, and fly fishing.  

Holly Farrar, PTA

I moved to Cheyenne from Fort Collins in 2010. I earned my bachelor's degree in Sports Medicine from Colorado State University and my Physical Therapist Assistant certification from Laramie County Community College. I love the education opportunity that physical therapy provides to my patients and for the wellbeing of the community. I am able to provide this really valuable education in critical times of people’s lives and empower patients to make positive changes with their lives and improve their health and wellness. I enjoy working with orthopedic and geriatric patients along with the challenge of vestibular rehabilitation. In my spare time I  love camping, trap shooting, weight lifting, and just getting outdoors to spend with my husband and two dogs. I also love home improvement projects, gardening, and DIY furniture making.