We are very excited to have a opened a Clear Passage clinic in Denver, CO, led by clinic director Michele, PT. With a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Long Island University, Michelle brings 13 years of experience to Clear Passage.
We asked Michele, an outdoors and yoga enthusiast, to share some of her favorite places and things to do in the area. Read on for an insider’s guide to Denver!
What do you hope patients will get out of coming to get treatment at your clinic?
Results! If they have infertility, I look forward to helping them increase their chances of conceiving. If they have bowel obstruction — helping them return to a more normal diet. If they have pain — freedom from pain and the ability to live more fully.
I’m excited for my patients to experience a profound transformation and learn how to improve the quality of their lives.
What are your favorite things to do in the Denver area?
Where to begin…pretty much anything where I can enjoy being with friends or family and the beautiful scenery of Colorado. Hiking, biking, running, food festivals, wine festivals, music and arts festivals, concerts at the Red Rocks Amphitheater, performances at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, gallery hopping, and people watching. I am going to hike my first “14er” next month!
Favorite restaurant if someone else is paying?
That’s a tough one, so many to choose from. Colterra in Niwot, Elway’s in Cherry Creek and Frasca in Boulder are some great ones.
Favorite hole-in-the-wall restaurant?
Aunt Alice’s Kitchen, in Longmont… it’s a throwback diner-style, home cooking, comfort food place with some colorful people.
Favorite local ‘hidden gem’?
Maybe it won’t be so hidden now, but Sushi Leo in Longmont has excellent sushi. It’s fairly new so I don’t know if too many people know about it yet but I love it. I thought it an odd name for a sushi place but it’s awesome.
Anything else you’d like to share about your area?
Yes, it’s a spectacular place to visit any time of the year since the weather is beautiful — we have 300 days of sun. The winters here are so mild compared to my years of living in NYC. I love our snow here, so fluffy and white. I love that there are times I can ski in just a turtle neck.