Hi! I’m Jenn.

Meet Jennifer Lane, Physical Therapist

A certified pelvic health specialist and licensed orthopedical manual therapist, Jennifer Lane has been practicing PT since 2002 in Denver, CO.  Passionate about her work and eager to learn, she regularly invests in continuing education, including Functional Dry Needling and Pelvic Floor Therapy.  A certified Pilates Instructor, she incorporates exercises into care plans for clients.

Jenn’s goal is to provide individualized, hands-on care to clients with an emphasis on looking at the whole person rather than just the ailment or dysfunction. A key reason for opening her own practice is to spend more time with each person to ensure great outcomes for clients.

An avid mountain biker, skier, and mother of twins involved in sports, Jenn practices what she preaches to her clients. She understands what it’s like to balance family, an intense work life, and a healthy lifestyle- allowing her to give realistic guidance.


  • University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO.  Masters of Physical Therapy, May 2002.
  • Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.  Human Development and Family Studies, Bachelor of Science, May 1996


  • BLS/Basic Life Support/AED for the Professional CPR Colorado
  • Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist Maitland-Australian Approach
  • Certified Pilates Mat Instructor Professional Health and Fitness Institute
  • Certified Pilates Reformer Instructor Professional Health and Fitness Institute
  • Certified Pilates Chair Instructor Peak Pilates
  • Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification Herman & Wallace

“I love helping people, especially those who have run into brick walls in the past with their care. I am most pleased when I can help someone never need PT again. Self-care, education, improving a client’s body awareness are all part of my individualized treatment.”

Specializing In Women Specific Needs

Jenn Lane is all about educating women on their bodies especially during pregnancy and postpartum. During pregnancy, your health is #1 priority, but one part of your body that doesn’t get much attention is your pelvic floor. It either has or is about to undergo a lot of trauma during childbirth.

Did you know that up to 89% of women will experience a tear during vaginal delivery, and 60-70% of these women will require stitches?

Did you know that trauma to the pelvic floor muscle can lead to urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, pain with sex and pelvic organ prolapse?

Did you know that pelvic floor physical therapy can help restore normal function to the pelvic floor muscles so you can get back to living your life on your terms?

Once baby comes, all the sudden your health and your body is on the back burner. For most women, postpartum recovery isn’t even on their radar. Unfortunately, this sets her up for disappointment, instead of awe and appreciation for the birth her body just performed. But not you. You’ve decided you want something different for your pregnancy and postpartum health. You’ve come to the right place!

Worry-Free Labor & Delivery

All you need to know about your pelvic floor during pregnancy and beyond.

Jumpstart Your Post-Partum Healing

All you need to know to heal your pelvic floor the right way after childbirth.

Healing Once and for All: Postpartum and Beyond

This is a class for all mothers, whether still changing diapers or fretting about your teenager and everything in between. You will learn tips and techniques to heal your pelvic floor and your core so you can feel strong again!

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