Like many people, I have benefitted from physical therapists. They make the aches and pains go away.
That’s why I was receptive when Pat Grant, a former Colorado state legislator and president and CEO of the National Western Stock Show, told me his story — and what it inspired him to do.
He went to a “PT” (physical therapist) who was a CU faculty member.
“My physical therapy was so successful that I became committed to the program,” Grant, the perennial activist, told me.
The program he meant was the effort to bring physical therapy to rural Colorado, which has limited access to a PT.