Medical Staff

Cameron Lyons

Cameron Lyons, PT, DPT

Cameron is a Colorado native who practices the philosophy that “we should not bother to be better than our predecessors or our contemporaries, but be better than ourselves”. Cameron was a collegiate baseball player and completed his bachelor's degree in Human Biology at the University of Northern Colorado and completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Regis University, where he was the 2005 recipient of the American Physical Therapy Association's (Colorado Chapter) Student Academic and Clinical Excellence Award, as well as an inductee to Alpha Sigma Nu, the national honors fraternity of Jesuit Universities in the US. Cameron enjoys the variety of all aspects of orthopedic physical therapy, but has special interests in the cervical spine, temporomandibular disorders (TMD), dry needling, and neurodynamics. He has completed over 10,000 clinical hours treating TMD, headaches, and craniofacial pain.. With excitement, Cameron became the owner and president of Precision Physical Therapy in 2019. His stated goal is to continue the excellence and person-centered care upon which Precision has built its reputation under the leadership of Ernie Quinlisk, PT. Cameron also serves as an Affiliate Faculty member of the School of Physical Therapy at Regis University and the Physical Therapy Program of the University of Colorado. In his free time, Cameron heartily cheers on the local Colorado sports team and is proud to be a father, husband, slow runner, kook surfer, and happy camper.

Susan Blue

Susan Blue, PT

Susan received her B.S. in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 1988. Over the years, she has worked in various locations in the Denver area, but has found her home at Precision Physical Therapy in Louisville since 2004.

Susan enjoys doing lectures for the general public on various orthopedic topics ranging from neck and low back pain to hip knee and shoulder pain. She is well versed at treating all types of sports injuries whether the problem is acute, chronic or post operative. Susan has also received extensive training in dry needling since 2010 and she has accomplished the highest level of training currently available.

Susan is highly respected in the medical community and when you meet her, you will quickly ascertain that she loves her work and is passionate about doing whatever she can do to expedite the healing process.

Jaime Oppegaard

Dr. Jaime Oppegaard, DPT

Jaime received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota Moorhead, in Moorhead, Minnesota, in 2002 and was inducted into Psi Chi National Honor Society. She was initially exposed to physical therapy after her father underwent a total hip replacement. Since the surgery did not fare well, the surgical team argued that he would not be able to return to work for three months. After only five weeks of physical therapy, he was able to fully return to his occupation. Jaime was astonished by the success that her father had experienced through physical therapy and wanted to be a part of a profession that fueled not only her passion, but also would give others their life back. Dr. Oppegaard graduated from The College of St. Scholastica physical therapy doctoral program in Duluth, Minnesota. She began practicing physical therapy at Precision Physical Therapy in June of 2009.

Currently, Dr. Oppegaard, practices at our south office at the Apex center in Arvada, Colorado and is certified in functional dry needling, which has been a great adjunct with traditional manual therapy techniques as it allows her patients to rehabilitate more quickly. In 2018, She was accepted to a position with Kinetacore, now Evidence in Motion (EIM), as an Assistant Instructor, an education group that provides specialized training to physical therapists throughout the United States and Canada in the evolving practice of dry needling. Dr. Oppegaard frequently treats chronic conditions with traditional physical therapy models that focus on retraining the brain. Additionally, she is certified in fitting for custom orthotics through Sole Supports, Inc. and has added video gait analysis to her practice, which allows for diagnosis and treatment of various running injuries. The Apex center allows Jaime to provide aquatic therapy for patients with orthopedic and neurological conditions that make regular exercise painful and difficult on land against gravity. She often coordinates health and wellness programs with the personal training staff for those patients who want to continue with an exercise program post rehabilitation. Jaime is a "hands-on" manually based therapist who is able to individualize treatment based on the patient's specific needs and goals. Dr. Oppegaard's background as an athlete allows her to realize the importance of returning to an activity and/or sport safely and effectively.

Jaime resides in Westminster, Colorado with her husband, Chad, her son, Braxton, and her silver lab, Izzy. She enjoys the great outdoors, hiking, camping, beach volleyball, yoga, skiing, and traveling.

Kevin Klingenmeier

Dr. Kevin Klingenmeier, DPT

Kevin graduated from Colorado State University in 2016 where he received his Bachelors of Science in Health and Exercise Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine. He is excited to rejoin the amazing team at Precision Physical Therapy after beginning his physical therapy career as an aide in 2016.

Kevin’s interest in physical therapy began in high school when going through therapy himself after a soccer injury. He continued shadowing, volunteering and working at physical therapy clinics until he attended Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2020. Through his time at Creighton, Kevin learned to integrate into his practice the Jesuit values and holistic patient-centered care that focuses on the whole person and not just their impairments.

He has been enjoying his early years as a Doctor of Physical Therapy and strives to continue learning and developing as a practitioner. He is now certified in functional dry needling and has utilized this treatment in conjunction with traditional manual therapy techniques and exercise to help patients overcome their pain and impairments quicker.

Kevin is a Colorado native who enjoys running, being outdoors, playing soccer and basketball, and watching the Denver Nuggets. He currently resides in Broomfield with his wife, son and two dogs.

"Kevin is a wonderful therapist. His breadth of knowledge is terrific with an ability to explain the whats and whys of therapy in a manner easily understandable. He absolutely understands the human body and its interconnections and is fully cognizant of the pain that comes with the therapy and effects of such pain that his patients' endure. His sense of humor has gotten me through some pretty painful appointments!"

"Kevin and Precision PT Team - Thank you for everything! Your positivity, guidance and support truly helped me get through one of the hardest times of my life. (Being non-weight bearing with two kids is no joke!) You all are amazing and I wish you all the best."

Ashley Lyons

Ashley Lyons, PT, DPT

Ashley grew up in Aberdeen, Washington, a small town near the coast. She attended Western Washington University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science in 2002. Following her undergraduate education, she attended Regis University where she earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2005. She loves being a Physical Therapist because it allows her to interact with people from a variety of backgrounds. She looks forward to facilitating wellness in all of her patients.

Her special interests include treating headaches, neck pain and sports-related injuries. She utilizes manual therapy treatments and individualized exercise programs to assist patients in returning to their daily, recreational, and sport activities.

She shares her home with her husband, their two children and one energetic dog. She enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding, hiking, swimming, reading novels, and cooking. Although she spends the majority of her spare time playing with her kids.

Ashley has worked in orthopedic practices in Wheat Ridge since 2005 and joined Precision Physical Therapy in August 2020. She will maintain her primary office in Wheat Ridge with Precision PT.

Jenna Jarvis

Dr. Jenna Jarvis, DPT

Jenna grew up in Broomfield, Colorado, and attended Boise State University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology in 2014. While at Boise State, she ran collegiate cross-country and track. Due to injuries she sustained while running collegiately and after rehabbing at Precision Physical Therapy, Jenna decided to pursue becoming a physical therapist and help others rehabilitate their injuries as well. She then attended Regis University, where she graduated with her Doctor in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2017. Following her education at Regis, she completed the Orthopedic Certification through Evidence in Motion (EIM) and received the distinction of Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2019. She has also completed the APTA Pelvic Health Level 1 and Intrapartum, Fundamental, and Advanced Topics of Pregnancy and Postpartum Physical Therapy courses and is currently working toward a Certificate of Achievement in Obstetric Physical Therapy from the Pelvic Health section of the APTA.

Jenna has a passion for orthopedics, sports, obstetric, and pelvic health specialties. Whether it is due to injury or pregnancy, she loves empowering and helping patients return to the activities they enjoy most.

She recently returned to the Broomfield area to be closer to family after starting her career working in orthopedics, sports, and pelvic health in Oklahoma. She enjoys running, skiing, and watching the Oklahoma Sooners football team and Denver Broncos with her husband and daughter.

Jenna is a “knee whisperer”. She listened to me about my knee pain and gave me reasonable exercises to do. She calmed my knee pain substantially on the first appointment and I am no longer contemplating double knee replacement surgery that Dr #1 recommended. Dr #2 recommended physical therapy and that suggestion changed my life. So glad I found Jenna at Precision Physical Therapy. Jenna has me able to walk comfortably again, no surgery!

Ernie Quinlisk

Ernie Quinlisk, PT

Ernie received his Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations from the University of Pittsburgh in Bradford, Pennsylvania in 1984. Following his path of service, Ernie found physical therapy to be the link between his passion for understanding the psychological and physical relationships of pain. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia in 1987. Over the years, Ernie has accumulated over 800 hours of continuing education in his field of expertise.

Ernie treats all types of painful conditions and his known for his scientifically based “out of the box” approach to treating problems that are not responding to conventional methods of treatment. Over the last 20 years, Ernie has been involved in a self-immersion of learning the vast and complicated intertwining of the mind and body as it relates to nervous system disorders and he has a keen understanding of the etiology and subsequent treatment for these atypical problems. He has a passion for treating patients who have experienced any form of trauma that has led to a combination of anxiety, depression and PTSD.

In his spare time, Ernie enjoys playing golf and softball, fishing, running, playing guitar and spending time with his wife and two sons.

“Having been a family doctor in Boulder County for more than 40 years, I have referred a great number of patients to physical therapists. The qualities most patients and I desire in a P.T. consultation are proficiency and a genuine competency for addressing symptoms and working toward resolution of problems. It is imperative for a quality therapist to recognize if the patient's particular problem needs referral to another specialist. In my opinion, 'Ernie Q' possesses these attributes more than any 'other' physical therapist in Boulder County.”

Dr. Howard Wolf, Family Practice Physician

“Ernie is a physical therapist with whom I have worked closely for almost my entire nine years of experience in Colorado. My office has referred patients to him with almost every conceivable orthopedic problem. I do not recall one patient who was not enthusiastically satisfied with his treatment, his professionalism, and his attentiveness. He provides me with follow-up, literally on a daily basis, which makes my work quite a bit easier. He is without a doubt one of the most exceptional physical therapists I have had the privilege of working with.”

Jon M. Erickson, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon

“Primal Reflex Release Technique™ is an excellent primary or ancillary modality to help patients resolve symptomatology which resides in the body as a result of unresolved trauma and the resultant dysautonomia. I have recommended PRRT™ to clients, friends, family and colleagues and I have experienced this new form of therapy from Ernie Quinlisk, P.T. on several occasions with good results.”

John R. M. Day, M.D., Boulder, CO

“As a family practice nurse practitioner who incidentally suffers from chronic back pain, I feel very fortunate to know Ernie. From him, I have gained valuable knowledge and learned techniques to lessen my personal daily pain and help prevent exacerbations. As a medical provider, I am happy to have someone to whom I can refer my patients, knowing that they will receive attentive analysis, treatment and education. His dedication to helping people ease pain and become more functional enables them to enjoy life on a higher level. Ernie has gone beyond his excellent traditional physical therapy skills and is currently researching, teaching and practicing Primal Reflex Release Technique. Bravo to Ernie for taking a big step beyond traditional methods to better provide for those who suffer from pain!”

Cindy Spray, FNP, Superior, CO

Trinette deFreitas

Trinette deFreitas, PT, DPT

Trinette was born and raised on the east coast (NY, VA) but found her way to Colorado after graduating from the University of Delaware. Once she got here, she never looked back!

She received her Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado and began her career in orthopedics in 1999. She received her certification in Manual Therapy in 2007 and her Pilates certification in 2002. She believes one of the most powerful treatment tools is helping patients understand their condition/diagnosis and empowers her patients to be able to manage flare ups and maintain their improvements. Physical therapy is a team effort between the patient and the therapist.

In her spare time, Trinette loves spending time with her husband, daughter and yellow lab. She loves playing ice hockey, skiing and being outside. She also completed the 2016 Arizona Ironman Triathlon.

She is the locum tenens PT at Precision.

Michelle Kinkead

Michelle Kinkead, Massage Therapist, CMLDT

Michelle is a Boulder native and has a double B.A. in Anthropology and Psychology from the University of Colorado. Combining lifelong passions for learning, travel, and diverse people and cultures, she has over 30 years' experience around the globe as a student, teacher, coach, and volunteer. She discovered the power of massage and a new career after studying Thai massage and reflexology in Southeast Asia. After moving to New Zealand in 2006, she earned a Diploma of Therapeutic Massage with distinction at the Canterbury College of Natural Medicine, and stayed there to work as an orthopedic deep tissue therapist and as a first responder with the New Zealand Red Cross.

She has loved her time working at Precision since she started there in 2012, and strives to specifically tailor each session to best address the needs and goals of her clients by using a blend of many diverse modalities, including trigger point and neuromuscular therapy (NMT), myofascial release/structural integration, manual lymphatic drainage, craniosacral therapy, microcurrent point stimulation (MPS) and reducing chronic pain and stress. Michelle has been an athlete her entire life and fully understands the aches and pains that come with an active lifestyle as well as the relief that comes from regular bodywork to free up tight, restricted and stressed muscles, joints, and brains. She loves to nerd-out by continually learning, researching and applying new knowledge, especially topics relating to anatomy, physiology, nutrition, aging, pain and injury healing, and the brain-body connection.

Michelle is a volunteer responder for the Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County, and earned the Colorado Meritorious Award for Service for being a co-coordinator and trainer for the state-wide Emergency Community Service Massage Team at disaster sites. In her spare time, she thrives on being active and outdoors, spending time with her family, friends and boyfriend, volunteering, enjoying competitive volleyball and track and field, and generally being a geek. She is still getting used to living in the US and is ecstatic whenever she can dust off her passport for international adventure.

Chelsea Graham

Chelsea Graham

Practice Manager

Chelsea has been with Precision Physical Therapy since 2006. She graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder, with a Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Physiology. Her role as the Practice Manager has allowed her to expand her interest in office administration while still being able to maintain her love for the medical profession. Chelsea continues to broaden her knowledge in healthcare management, which allows her to create the most optimal atmosphere possible for the patients and employees of Precision Physical Therapy. Also her vast knowledge and years of experience provide the ability to intuitively observe the “behind the scenes” operations of the the Louisville and Arvada offices, which ensures a palpably efficient and friendly atmosphere. Chelsea is a native of Colorado, and enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter.

Devin Hegger

Devin Hegger

Assistant Practice Manager

Devin, a graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Integrated Physiology and Spanish, started working at Precision Physical Therapy in May of 2013 after volunteering and shadowing at a physical therapy clinic in Boston Massachusetts the prior summer. Originally from Boston, Devin chose to stay in beautiful Colorado where he has enjoyed 9 years of hiking, skiing, camping and many other great activities Colorado as to offer.

Angel Avina-lbarra

Angel Avina-lbarra, PT Aide

Angel graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Physiology in May of 2021. He started working as a Physical Therapy Aide in August 2019 and joined the Precision Physical Therapy team in August of 2021. Being in Colorado most of his life he has enjoyed everything it has to offer. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, working out, and the outdoors.

Jocelyn Earl

Jocelyn Earl, PT Aide

Jocelyn graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder, with a Bachelors of Arts in Integrative Physiology and a minor in Sociology in May of 2022. She joined the Precision Physical Therapy Team in November 2021. Jocelyn has always been fascinated by Physical Therapy and admires the impact it has on individual patients and the local community. Jocelyn’s mother is a Physical Therapist and she plans on following in her footsteps by pursuing a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Outside of Precision, Jocelyn is enjoying all of the amazing opportunities Colorado has to offer.

Henry Locke

Henry Locke, PT Aide

Henry graduated from Colby College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Policy in May of 2019. He worked in the fields of renewable energy, sustainability, and conservation biology prior to making a career change to physical therapy. He started working as a Physical Therapy Aide in 2021 and joined the Precision Physical Therapy team in March of 2023. Beyond his work at Precision, Henry volunteers as a ski instructor at Ignite Adaptive Sports and has a passion for helping others find ways to be active despite injuries or limitations. In his free time he enjoys skiing, playing basketball, and cooking.

Jennifer DeGeorge

Jennifer DeGeorge, BS, PTA

Jennifer was born back east in PA (the youngest of seven children) and grew up in NY, WV, and OK (where she attended Oklahoma State University and earned her B.S. in Sociology). After graduating from OSU, Jennifer worked for Williams in Tulsa, OK in their health and wellness department helping employees get, stay, and be well.

Jennifer moved to Colorado in 2001 working at Sun Microsystems (now Oracle) in their Wellness Center for 9 years. When an opportunity arose to work at MillerCoors in Golden, Jennifer began working as the Operations Manager for their on-site medical center for employees. Most recently, she worked at Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers as a front office manager at their downtown location.

In 2021, after 12+ years of managing, Jennifer decided it was time for a change. Having been in the corporate health/wellness field for so long, and working regularly alongside various physical therapy groups, she thought the idea of helping people in this capacity would be a perfect fit. Jennifer attended Pima Medical Institute, acquiring her Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) degree in October 2023.

Jennifer is particularly interested in anything neuro and assisting the older population to become more mobile and functional by increasing their strength, flexibility, and balance.

In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys spending time with friends, hiking any of the abundant trails Colorado offers, baking treats, and experimenting with new recipes. High on her to-do list is to run another marathon and bring a new pup into the household to accompany her on all her outdoor excursions.

Maya Cedro

Maya Cedro, PT Aide

Maya is a current student at the University of Colorado-Boulder. She is graduating in May of 2024, with a Bachelors of Arts in Integrative Physiology and a Minor in Education. Growing up as a dancer, Maya originally became interested in PT when she sustained various injuries from dance. After graduation, Maya plans on obtaining a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. In her free time, Maya enjoys working out, spending time with friends and family, and enjoying the Colorado weather.