North Platte Physical Therapy - Cheyenne (North)


Our company has now expanded to provide physical therapy services to the city of Cheyenne and its surrounding communities. We provide progressive, research-based intervention techniques to meet your personal rehabilitative needs. As a patient of North Platte Physical Therapy you can expect to receive the highest level of rehabilitation, a personalized plan of care designed to meet your needs, a family friendly, hometown clinical experience and exceptional outcomes so you can return to your active lifestyle. We focus on always remaining flexible to meet your needs. With same day appointments and walk-ins welcome, whatever your injury may be, we are always here for you. We will work closely with your healthcare providers to provide the most seamless recovery possible. If you have any questions on the services that we can provide or how we can best serve you please contact us or stop by so we can get you on the road to recovery.

Location Details

307-514-5834  Send Email

Address: 7226 Commons Dr, Cheyenne, WY 82009
Hours: Mon - Fri: 7AM - 6PM
Phone: 307-514-5834

Interested in scheduling at our South location? View Cheyenne South Details 


Clinic Supervisor


"I initially began seeking a career in physical therapy watching my mother work in Torrington, WY as a Physical Therapy Aid. I am passionate about continuing education and maintaining the highest level of excellence in physical therapy. My patients will always come first and I will work with you to achieve the best outcome possible."


  • 2005 - Bachelors of Health Sciences, Minor in Chemistry; University of Wyoming
  • 2009 - Doctor of Physical Therapy; University of North Dakota
  • Currently attending: Texas Tech University seeking Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy

Certifications/Specialized Training:

  • Advanced Topics in the Examination, Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder and Knee
  • Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist
  • Champion Performance Specialist
  • IAOM Elbow Course
  • IAOM Wrist Course
  • Vestibular Certification
  • A Systematic Approach to Examination, Diagnosis and Manual Therapy of the Wrist Part 1
  • Diagnosis and Management of the Elbow
  • Orthopedic Certified Specialist APTA
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
  • Certified Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner
  • Certified Cupping Therapist
  • ErgoScience FCE Trained
  • Gray Institue, CAFS 
  • Kevin Wilkes: Online and Live Certificate

Professional Society Memberships:

  • American Physical Therapy Association 
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association 

Community Involvement:

  • Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce 

Hometown: Lingle, Wyoming 

Family: Wife: Lorelei Eakins, Children: Ava, Harper, & Hayes

Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, outdoor activities and spending time with his wife and two kids

Kara Carter, PT, DPT, OCS, AIB-VR

"Seeing patients progress through treatments and making a difference in their lives to regain function leaves a great feeling of personal satisfaction. You meet a variety of people from many walks of life and make lifelong connections with people. Physical therapy fosters a holistic approach and allows therapists to treat the individual, rather than the body part or injury. Lending a helping hand through all aspects of rehabilitation focused my career choice to physical therapy."


  • 2017—Doctor of Physical Therapy; Clarke University
  • 2014—Bachelor of Science in Pre-Medical; Iowa Wesleyan University
  • 2012—Associate of Science; Lake Land College

Certification/ Specialized Training:

  • Advanced Topics in the Examination, Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder and Knee
  • Orthopedic Certified Specialist
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation Certified
  • A Systematic Approach to Examination, Diagnosis and Manual Therapy of the Wrist Part 1--IAOM
  • Diagnosis and Management of the Elbow
  • Dry Needling Course 1
  • Dry Needling Course 2
  • Current Concepts in Orthopedic Physical Therapy
  • IAOM Wrist Course
  • Gray Institue, CAFS 
  • Kevin Wilkes: Online and Live Certificate

Professional Society Memberships:

  • American Physical Therapy Association - 5 years
  • Orthopedic Section

Hometown:Potomac, Illinois

Hobbies:Hiking, camping

Family:Amanda, Shadow, and Max

Sean Dick, PT, DPT, CSCS

I love therapy because it allows me to help people heal via movement and exercise, things I am very passionate about.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science: University of South Carolina
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: Cleveland State University

Certification/ Specialized Training:

  • Advanced Topics in the Examination, Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder and Knee
  • Physical Therapist
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Functional Dry Needling Level 1 Certified
  • Kevin Wilkes: Online and Live Certificate

Professional Society Memberships:

  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Member
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Member

Hobbies: Spending time outdoors with my girlfriend, Corinne, and my dog, Beau Working out, playing softball, watching football any time it’s on

Cole Brooks, PTA

"I decided to go into physical therapy after becoming injured in high school football. I really enjoyed the positive environment during my therapy experience and strive to provide the same for my patients."


  • 2014 Associates of Applied Science Physical Therapist Assistant; Laramie County Community College

Certification/ Specialized Training:

  • IAOM Elbow Course
  • IAOM Wrist Course
  • Vestibular Certification
  • A Systematic Approach to Examination, Diagnosis and Manual Therapy of the Wrist Part 1
  • Diagnosis and Management of the Elbow
  • Sportsmetrics Certified
  • Kinesio Taping
  • IAOM Manual Therapy of the Lower Cervical Spine, Lumbar spine and SI joint
  • Therapeutic Neuroscience Education
  • Certified Cupping Therapist
  • Gray Institue, CAFS 

Professional Society Memberships:

  • APTA Membership

Community Involvement:

  • Member of Cheyenne Berean Church

Hometown: Cheyenne, WY

Hobbies: Fly fishing, hunting, hiking and anything outdoors

Anne Berry, PTA

"My father had suffered a stroke, and I was able to see first hand the role that physical therapy played in his recovery and returning back to normal life. I knew then that I wanted to help people that way."


  • 1994 Bachelors in Business & Marketing; Western State College
  • 2015 Associates of Applied Science Physical Therapist Assistant; San Juan Farmington, NM

Certifications/Specialized Training: 

  • Advanced Topics in the Examination, Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder and Knee
  • IAOM Elbow Course
  • Vestibular Certification
  • Diagnosis and Management of the Elbow
  • Kinesio Taping
  • IAOM Manual Therapy of Lumbar spine and SI joint
  • Professional Memberships:
  • Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy
  • Gray Institue, CAFS 
  • Kevin Wilkes: Online and Live Certificate

Community Involvement:

  • Valley Christian School Foundation Member
  • Havens on the Rock Summer Camp Board Member

Hometown: Evergreen, CO

Family: Husband: Todd Berry, Children: Lance & Catie

Hobbies: Biking, skiing, traveling and spending time with her husband and two kids

Craig Koger, PTA

"Being an athlete my entire life, sports medicine and physical therapy have always been a passion of mine. After recovering from a shoulder injury, which I had to have surgically repaired; I was inspired by a Physical Therapist who helped me regain my strength in order to continue my sports career. I pursued this career in Physical Therapy to help others achieve their dreams and continue to do what they love."


  • 2016-Bachelors of Kinesiology and Health Promotion and Sciences; University of Wyoming
  • 2018- Associates of Applied Science Physical Therapist Assistance; Laramie County Community College

Certifications/Specialized Training: 

  • IAOM Wrist Course
  • Functional Movement Specialist
  • A Systematic Approach to Examination, Diagnosis and Manual Therapy of the Wrist Part 1
  • Wyoming board of physical therapy 
  • Gray Institue, CAFS 

Hometown: Wheatland, Wyoming

Family: Wife: Allyson Koger

Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, outdoor activities, cameras, spending time with his wife and two dogs.

Services Offered

  • Arthritis Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Balance and Vestibular Rehab
  • Biofeedback
  • Biomechanical Gait Analysis
  • Body Mechanics Training
  • CSCS, Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist
  • Chronic Pain
  • Cupping Therapy
  • Custom Foot Orthotics
  • Custom Splinting
  • Ergonomic and Worksite Evaluation
  • Fine Motor Dexterity
  • Fitness Screenings
  • Functional Capacity Evaluations
  • Graston Techniques
  • Hand Therapy
  • Headache
  • Kinesio taping
  • Modalities
  • Myofacial Techniques
  • Neck Pain
  • Neurological Services
  • Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, OCS
  • Orthotic Fabrication
  • Orthopedic Service
  • Pediatric Therapy
  • Pool Therapy
  • Post Cancer Treatment
  • Pre/Post Surgical Rehab
  • Pre-employment Screening
  • Return to Work Screening
  • Return to sport exercise programs
  • Running Injuries
  • Self-care skills
  • Sensory Integration
  • SFMA - Selective Functional Movement Assessment
  • Spine Care
  • Sports Medicine
  • Sportsmetrics
  • Stroke Rehabiliation
  • Tactical Training
  • Tendonitis
  • TPI (Titlist Institute Performance) Certified Golf Screenings
  • TMJ
  • Torticollis
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Vestibular Rehabiliation
  • Women's Health
  • Work Hardening/Conditioning
  • Work Injuries
  • Worksaver Certified Work Physicals
  • Wound Care

Latest News & Info

The Benefits of Yoga After Receiving Physical Therapy Services

August 26, 2020

The Benefits of Yoga After Receiving Physical Therapy Services
Physical therapy is the best way to recover from a muscle injury and regain your full range of motion. However, after you wrap up your physical therapy treatment, you’ll need to find ways to keep your body healthy and your muscles thriving. Though you have many options to choose from, yoga is one of the most effective workouts you can do. Here are a few benefits you may experience once you incorporate a yoga practice into your post physical therapy routine.

Improved Ability to Recover
There’s no guarantee that you’ll never get injured again after undergoing physical therapy sessions with your trusted team. However, there are things you can do to reduce the likelihood that your injury will require extensive physical therapy to fully recover. Yoga is one of them. When you incorporate yoga exercises into your routine, you’ll train your muscles to function properly, stay loose, and reduce your risk of injury in the first place. If you do get injured again, the injury will likely be less severe. Your muscles will be able to recover faster and more effectively.

Helps You Relieve Stress
When you get stressed, your muscles get tight. The tighter they are, the more restricted your range of motion will be. That restricted range of motion makes it easier for you to injure yourself and increases the likelihood of needing physical therapy in the future. Yoga helps keep your muscles loose and makes it easier for you to maintain the range of motion you regained after physical therapy. Over time, you might even see an improvement in the extent of your flexibility. 

You’ll Build Functional Strength
When you work out at a gym, it’s normal to want to push yourself and try exercises that you might not be ready for. Not only does that increase your risk of injury, but it also doesn’t help you stay healthier. Functional strength or building strength that helps your body function at 100 percent is always better than building bulk. However, getting those results on traditional gym equipment can be tough. Yoga builds functional strength with nothing more than your bodyweight. You’ll get strong without adding bulk to your frame.

May Improve Your Sleep
Little aches and pains can get in the way of a good night’s sleep more than anything else. The more often they do, the harder it will be for you to function at work, in social engagements, and other events throughout your life. Yoga helps stretch your muscles and restores your posture to reduce those aches and pains. When you’re in less pain, you’ll be able to sleep better which can then impact your overall health and wellbeing. 

Speak With Your Physical Therapist
If you’re about to wrap up physical therapy, the best thing you can do is continue to stay active. Ask your therapist for advice on the types of activities that will help you recover fully and avoid future injury. If you’re interested in yoga or any other activity, let them know about your interest so they can advise you further. 

Common Signs of a Herniated Disc From Your Trusted Wyoming Physical Therapy Team

August 19, 2020

Common Signs of a Herniated Disc From Your Trusted Wyoming Physical Therapy Team
Whether you work a physical job or sit at a desk the entire day, you know there are few things that are worse than dealing with back pain. It interrupts your ability to focus on your work and keeps you from being able to do your job to the best of your ability. Though chronic back pain is a serious problem for many workers, identifying the underlying cause of the pain isn’t as simple as you might think. There are many different issues that can leave you searching the internet for "physical therapy services near me", but a herniated or bulging disc is one of the most serious. You’ll need to seek professional help to overcome the damage. Here are a few tell-tale signs to watch for.

There’s Intense Pain When You Sit Down
Ordinary muscle strain is often alleviated by sitting down or resting. It gives your muscles a chance to relax and removes the tension from the strained area. When you have a herniated disc, sitting will often make the pain worse. Pay attention to the way you feel when you’re taking a break or working at a desk. If the pain gets noticeably worse when you’re sitting down, call your doctor as soon as possible. 

The Pain Spreads Down Your Legs
One of the most common signs of a herniated disc is a condition called sciatica. This condition causes the pain you normally feel in your low back to run down the sciatic nerve which travels from your buttocks to your feet. When a disc ruptures or slips, it puts pressure on that nerve, resulting in pain throughout your lower back, buttocks, and legs. The pain is often slow to spread and doesn’t stick around for days on end. If you notice the pain shifting from your low back to your lower extremities when you perform certain activities, you may have a ruptured disc.

Feelings of Numbness
Believe it or not, ruptured or herniated discs don’t always cause sensations of pain. Sometimes, they cause parts of your body to feel numb or tingly. Think about the way your body feels when you’re moving around. If the pain is fairly consistent, you likely have a strained muscle. However, if the pain fades and leaves a feeling of numbness down one part of your body, you may have a herniated disc. If you notice this sensation, call your doctor immediately to discuss your treatment options. 

Get Help Quickly
Coping with low back pain throughout the day is never pleasant. Luckily, there are things you can do to correct the issue and get your body back on track. The best place to start is by working with an experienced physical therapy team and letting them slowly make corrections to your muscles and spine. Those corrections will help you stave off back pain in the future so you can focus on maintaining your health. If you’re experiencing low back pain, don’t wait. Contact your nearest office and schedule a consultation with our team.

Why Active Recovery Days Are the Best Way to Avoid Needing Physical Therapy Services

August 13, 2020

Why Active Recovery Days Are the Best Way to Avoid Needing Physical Therapy Services
Exercising regularly is one of the most important things you can do for your body. It helps build up strength and keeps your body limber so you can avoid having to scour the internet for “physical therapy near me.” However, that doesn’t mean you should push yourself every single day. You need to take time away from your strenuous workouts. So, should you spend those days sitting on your couch binge-watching your latest favorite show? Not necessarily. Instead, you should incorporate active recovery days into your workout week. This is what you need to know.

What Active Recovery Means
Active recovery means you’re giving your body a break from the strenuous workouts you do on your normal gym days, but instead of sitting all day, you’re getting up and moving. Think of an active recovery day as an ultra-light workout day. If you normally run, go for a long and leisurely walk. If you lifted weights the day before, run through some yoga or stretch and walk the tension out. 

The Benefits of Active Recovery Days
Now that you understand what active recovery is, you’re likely wondering why it’s so important. After all, you deserve to be able to rest and take a day off after working out incredibly hard. While you’re certainly entitled to periods of rest, active recovery days have a few compelling benefits.

Keeps Your Muscles Loose
If you’ve ever worked out incredibly hard only to find that you’re stiff the next morning, you know that keeping your muscles loose is a challenge. Not only do stiff muscles increase the pain you feel throughout the day, but they also put you at risk for injury when you get back into your workout routine. Active recovery days emphasize movement, helping to keep your muscles loose and get rid of those feelings of stiffness that keep you from being able to work out as hard as you’d like later in the week.

Gives You Time to Focus on Form
Active recovery doesn’t have to mean taking a break from your exercise routine. It just means going at it with a lot less intensity. You can use this to your advantage and focus on form instead of how hard you’re pushing yourself. By paying attention to your form and building muscle memory when you’re not pushing yourself, you’ll be able to maintain that form later without as much effort.

It’s Fun and Relaxing
Believe it or not, active recovery days can be fun and relaxing. They’re the perfect opportunity to try new exercises and experience new things without having to worry about missing out on your workout. Just remember to keep things fun and don’t put pressure on yourself to perform to a certain level.

Keep Your Body Moving
Movement is the best medicine and is the easiest way to keep your muscles loose and healthy. If you ever end up dealing with an injury or are worried about a persistent ache that won’t go away, reach out and schedule an appointment with our team.