Dr. Paden Wolfe
Denver Physical Therapist MSPT, DPT, CFDN, LSVT BIG® Cert.
Paden opened Mile High Physical Therapy™ in 2001 and has since helped thousands of clients regain their confidence and independence. A former graduate of the University of Colorado with a degree in Psychology, he went on to earn his master’s degree and doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Regis University. Paden specializes in back and neck disorders, post-operative rehabilitation and health/wellness. He also holds a Level 2 Certification in Trigger Point Dry Needling.
In his free time, Paden enjoys running with his wife, mountain biking, obstacle races (3x Tough Mudder/Spartan racer) and spending time with his three children.
Fun Fact: Paden is a Four Time World Champion in full contact, bare knuckles karate. Over the course of his distinguished 25+ year martial arts career, Paden also earned the rank of a fourth degree black belt in Enshin Karate, as well as a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
DPT, LSVT BIG® Cert.
Bri earned her doctorate of physical therapy from Quinnipiac University in 2015. After graduation, she left her hometown of Howell, New Jersey to begin her physical therapy career in Austin, Texas. It was there she gained experience in outpatient orthopedics, home health, and inpatient rehabilitation.
Bri moved to Denver to focus on outpatient orthopedics, but uses her experience from the entire continuum of care for all of her patients. She believes treating the “whole person” is the key to positive outcomes. Brianna specializes in balance training, muscle imbalances, and movement impairments.
In her spare time, Bri can be found biking the Cherry Creek Trail, hiking and skiing the Rockies. She also has a passion for traveling and experiencing new places.
Office Manager / PTA
Cassidy recently graduated from Colorado State University in Fort Collins with a degree in Health and Exercise Science and a concentration in Sports Medicine. She stated at Mile High Physical Therapy & Balance Training Center © in August of 2019. She loves being able to interact with patients and assist them through the rehabilitation process.
Aside from work, she loves being outdoors and especially spending time in the Rocky Mountains. She’s an avid dog lover, enjoys doing yoga, as well as, spending time with friends and family.
Cassidy enjoyed mentoring students during her undergraduate years at CSU as a Teach Assistant. She was a camp counselor at the CSU Youth Sports Camp and the Longmont City Day Camp where she worked mostly with children that had behavioral and social disorders.
Cassidy plans to attend medical school so she can continue helping others and pursue her interests in the human body. Her focus will be on family medicine, OB/GYN, or oncology.