Debbie Milkes, NCMT
Pain Elimination Specialist (PNT), Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, Certified Trauma Touch Therapist (TTT), Nutrition Coach
Debbie graduated in 2000 from the the Colorado School of Healing Arts Massage Therapy Program (680 hours). During that time, she also completed a 100 hour massage therapy internship at Swedish Hospital and an additional 100 hours of advanced training in Trauma Touch Therapy TM.
November 2018 - Lymphatic drainage training
October 2013 - Debbie received intensive training in the pain elimination technique called PNT TM. PNT stands for Pain Neutralization Technique and was developed by Dr. Stephen Kaufman of Denver, CO. Click on "Pain Elimination" on the side bar for more information.
Specialties include the following modalities - Pain elimination (PNTTM Pain Neutralization Technique), Lymph Drainage, Swedish, Deep tissue, Neuromuscular Massage (cupping and fascia work which includes the use of Graston tools and trigger-point resolution using T-bars), Sports Massage, Trauma Touch TherapyTM, TMJ Dysfunction, Pre-natal, kinesiology taping and therapeutic grade essential oils.
Other education - Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Colorado Christian University, 1992; Computer Programming Certificate from Minnesota School of Business, 1983. Debbie became Nationally certified in March 2013, license 0014802 and added Univera's product line of plant-based supplements in June 2013, https://www.newunivera.com/en-us. Debbie is proud of the fact that she receives client referrals from four different physical therapy organizations - Cherry Creek Wellness, Rebound, Rocky Mountain Physical Therapy and Denver Physical Therapy.
Debbie chose a career in massage therapy because she enjoys helping people and was fascinated by its positive physical and emotional effects in her own life.
She experienced the benefits of massage while working at a stressful job as a computer network engineer for many years. "Massage helped me to relax and brought about a body/mind awareness that helped me to manage that stress."
Debbie said she experienced the healing results of therapeutic massage from a whiplash injury she suffered in 1996, and carpal tunnel and TMJ she developed during her computer career.
When not working, Debbie enjoys working out, Tai Chi, pilates, biking, hiking, volunteering and spending time with family and friends. Debbie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-946-5266.