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  • Undergraduate: Colorado State University, Exercise and Sports Science

  • Graduate: Regis University, Master of Science Physical Therapy 

  • Rehab Specialty: Craniosacral, Muscle Energy Technique, Graston, Dry Needling, Hands-on Manual Therapy (all areas)


Julia has been a big contributor, manager and active physical therapist for Alpine for over 20 years.   Her methods and processes on how to treat patients is the guiding force for our clinic.  She currently operates as the supervising therapist.


A long time athlete as well as a collegiate basketball player; she understands sports related injuries and enjoys returning individuals to their athletic and physical optimum. In additon, being a mom of two very active children allows her to connect with a younger clientele. Julia has a passion for continuing her education in both traditional and alternative type treatments. She is well versed in the treatment techniques of myofascial release, strain counter strain, and cranial sacral work as well as muscle energy techniques for all joint and spinal regions.


A Longmont native, Julia enjoys giving back to the community. She served two 6 year terms on the board at the Tiny Tim Center, volunteered at the Our Center Infant Care facility, and has organized a gift giving event to the nursing home for the last fifteen years. "I feel very blessed to be working in such a great community and to work in a career I truly love!"

molly crispin, mspt


  • Undergraduate: Colorado State University, Exercise and Sports Science

  • Graduate: Regis University, Master of Science Physical Therapy

  • Rehab Specialty: Craniosacral, Muscle Energy Technique, Graston, Dry Needling, Hands-on Manual Therapy (all areas)


Molly has been at Alpine since 2003, and she really enjoys working with a diverse patient population in this outpatient setting. She has a passion for helping others and loves being a physical therapist.  This passion allows her to help her patients reach their own rehabilitation goals such as improving mobility and strength, returning to activity, and decreasing pain. 


She enjoys learning and is dedicated to continuously improving her skills and diversity of treatment strategies to better serve her patients. Her continuing education coursework includes; craniosacral therapy, dry needling, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, core strenghtening and stabilization, and joint specific courses for TMJ, shoulder, wrist, hand, hip, knee, and ankle. 


Molly is a Colorado native and says she can't imagine a better place to live. She loves spending time with her family and being outdoors, especially camping, fishing (particularly on the ice!), playing softball and golf. 

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Evan little, mspt


  • Undergraduate:  University of California San Diego, Physiology and Neuroscience           

  • Graduate:  California State University Long Beach, Masters of Science, Physical Therapy

  • Rehab Specialty:  Sports Performance, Mobilizations with Movement, Osteopathic                                   Muscle Energy, Craniosacral, Functional Dry Needling, Cupping and Graston techniques

Early in his undergraduate career, Evan was studying to be an engineer until he injured his shoulder, underwent rehab and switched his college major to become a Physical Therapist.  With that engineering mind, Evan has a strong understanding of human biomechanics and gait assessment.  He uses this to treat the body as a whole in order to allow the musculoskeletal system to move synergistically through the patient’s desired movement patterns.


As a former athlete with his share of sprains and strains, Evan would discover that Physical Therapy would be his medium to help people of all ages recover and prevent future injury.  Shorty after he graduated Physical Therapy School in California, Evan married, started a family, and moved to beautiful Colorado where he set out to pursue his long time passion for injury prevention, hone his manual therapy skills and progress his sports performance education. He strongly believes in educating his patients on spinal health and pelvic girdle balance to achieve optimal force transfer through the entire musculoskeletal system. 


He is a Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP), a manual therapy certification that uses “joint repositioning” during functional movements to abolish pain and restore functional strength, but he also uses a customized blend of manual therapy skills, scientific exercise progression and other treatment techniques to create a comprehensive and customized plan of care for his patients.


Evan and his family enjoy the mountain air, quality of life, weather and the community that Colorado offers.  He has a wonderful wife and three active kids with whom he likes to camp, hike, fish, garden, and play all sports.  He loves to work with his hands whether it be DIY projects around the house, carpentry or legos!


William Buck, DPT


  • Undergraduate:  University of Nebraska, BS, Education, emphasis on Exercise Science (Cum Laude)

  • Graduate: University of Nebraska, Doctor of Physical Therapy (Cum Laude)

  • Rehab Specialty:  Manual Therapy


Following graduation from the University of Nebraska’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program in 2012, Will has worked in multiple settings across the country.  He worked in the Omaha, Nebraska area before taking a contract therapy position which led him to places such as California, Illinois, Arizona, and South Carolina. Through his experiences, he has developed a passion for working with sports medicine, post surgical, and general orthopedic patients. His treatment philosophy is based on empowering patients to make the most of their own rehabilitation by fostering independence in individualized rehabilitation programming with an emphasis on movement and exercise. He has training in manual therapy, Blood Flow Restriction, and Trigger Point Dry Needling. Will was drawn to the Longmont area by the mountains and the multitude of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, backpacking, and camping. He enjoys traveling, maintaining an active lifestyle, working with his hands, and going to concerts of all genres. He also enjoys sports of all kinds and has yet to find a brewery he did not like. Will is eager to explore everything the area has to offer and to make Longmont his home.  


Tanna Maurer, dpt


  • Undergraduate:  Colorado State, BS in Health and Exercise Science

  • Graduate: Univ. of Colorado Anschutz, Doctor of Physical Therapy  

  • Rehab Specialty: Dry Needling, Myofascial Decompression (Cup Therapy), Hands-on Manual Therapy (all areas)

Tanna is a Colorado native, growing up in Wray and then later moving to Loveland.  


She has gained significant experience at multiple outpatient physical therapy clinics in Colorado.   Tanna has experience in all types of outpatient orthopedics.  She recently completed a course in myofascial decompression (Cup Therapy) and she is actively using this technique with patients.  She has also participated in advanced sport physical therapy and joint manipulation training. In addition, Tanna has worked in the Exercise Physiology portion of the Health and Human Performance Laboratory.  She recently completed extra courses in Muscle Energy Technique.


She enjoys an active lifestyle including playing spike ball, hiking, soccer and bowling.    And of course spending time with her new daughter! 


Rachel Moore, MSPT


  • Undergraduate: Quinnipiac University, B.S. Health Science

  • Graduate: Quinnipiac University, Masters Degree in Physical Therapy, B.S. Movement Science

  • Rehab Specialty: Manual Therapy, Synergistic Dry Needling, Neurologic Rehabilitation and Vestibular Rehabilitation


Rachel is originally from Massachusetts but has been glad to call Colorado her home since 2010. Rachel has focused most of her continuing education on treating the spine and vestibular conditions. She has a wide range of rehabilitation interests including treating outpatient neurologic conditions, peripheral nerve injuries and orthopedic conditions. The focus of her care is wholistic and patient-driven while keeping in mind the function of her patients.


Rachel is a self-described “people person” and likes to get to know her clients. She stays balanced physically through running, skiing, yoga, swimming and hiking. Her love for the outdoors brought her west from New England. Rachel appreciates  music and usually has something playing. She loves to read and is always looking for new book recommendations. She also likes to stay creative with sewing and crafting projects.

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Alysa Lerman, DPT


  • Undergraduate: Washington University in St Louis

  • Graduate: University of Pittsburgh, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

  • Rehab Specialty: Manual therapy, Chronic Pain Management


Alysa moved to Boulder from Pittsburgh, PA. She has gained experience in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings, with a focus on treating patients experiencing chronic pain. Alysa is certified in yoga instruction and enjoys incorporating mindfulness and other yoga techniques into her treatments.


Deeply interested in people, Alysa aims to treat the whole person, acknowledging that there are a wide range of factors contributing to overall health and wellness. She strives to uncover what underlying causes may be contributing to a given symptom, and works closely with patients to help them achieve their personal goals.


Alysa continues to practice yoga and meditation, and enjoys hiking, ecstatic dance, and acro yoga. She also loves spending quality time with her two cats, Queen and Greyman.