Libby Pettit grew up in Basalt, graduating from Basalt High School in 1980. Attending Colorado College and transferring to the University of Colorado, Boulder, Libby graduated with a BA in Anthropology/emphasis in Ethnohistory of the American Southwest and a BS in PE/ Exercise Science. Libby received her BSPT from the University of Colorado Health Science Center in 1988 and worked in neurologic rehabilitation for 2 years, and then opened Midvalley SportsMedicine in Basalt in 1990, re-incorporating into Roaring Fork Physical Therapy in 1992. Libby returned to Regis University and received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2005.
Libby has an extensive post-graduate education, focusing on manual care with joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization in orthopedics. Libby is a certified Kinesio Tape practitioner and is Level I certified in Functional Dry Needling through Kinetacore. Libby has taken a number of courses in ergonomics and works closely with Valley businesses for ergonomic education, evaluation, and management. Libby is a participating member of the American Physical Therapy Association, as well as the American College of Sports Medicine.
Libby has a wonderful son, is involved in the community, and can be found skiing, hiking, or biking in the high country almost every day!