Teri Day


Teri, a Montana native, is the Clinical Manager and an Orthopaedic Physical Therapist with 23 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy. 

Teri has been with Avalanche since 1992. She moved to Summit County for one year and never left, except for a brief period to obtain her Bachelor degree in Physical Therapy at Hogeschool Enschede in the Netherlands. Teri is also certified in Dry Needling (level 2), McKenzie method, Instrumented Manual Therapy Tooling, Mulligan technique, and KinesioTaping.

Teri enjoys treating all aspects of orthopaedic injuries. She has also spent time as the traveling PT with the GB Park and Pipe Team at several World Cup Events and the Sydney Mosman Rugby Club at the Rugger Fest in Aspen. 

In her free time, Teri enjoys mountain biking, golf, skiing and spending time with her family and dog Dobby.



Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (1993-95). Hodgeschool Enschede, the Netherlands

Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design; Minor in Animal Science (1985-90 ). Montana State University (Bozeman, MT).



Functional Dry Needling Level 2: Kinetacore

McKenzie method trained Cervical/Lumbar Spine

Instrumented Manual Tooling Certified

Mulligan Technique

Kinesio Taping Certified


Low back and Neck Pain

Preventing Knee Injuries

Concussion Management