Reach your peak, live your life.
We get it. You have an active lifestyle and a busy family to take care of. The last thing you need is pain, injury or a debilitating health issue. Quality of life is important to you and we understand your frustrations.
You simply cannot afford to take too much time off... or spin your wheels with providers who will give you the “runaround,” a “one-size-fits-all approach," or an “I don’t know” answer. You need help to regain function, restore mobility and/or to achieve pain reduction.
Peak Health Partners can help.
Our approach is to work closely with you to figure out how to treat your root issue and related symptoms. We take care to fully understand your situation, lifestyle, and goals and then we take the time to help you understand what it takes and how we can help you reach your goals. We partner with you to provide personalized, quality care with an individualized solution.
Our patients are not treated like numbers and we don’t treat appointment times like a race against the clock. As your partner in health, we're concerned with helping you regain, restore and achieve your peak health and wellness potential.
Some of the conditions we treat:
And many more...
We specialize in helping people with active lifestyles. Colorado residents are considered one of the most active populations in the country. Whether you climb fourteeners on the weekend, run marathons and triathlons, chauffeur your children to soccer and ballet, or grind away at your job for 60 hours a week; one thing our patients have in common is their eagerness to partner with a caring, thorough, and comprehensive alternative health practice.
Meet the Team
Dr. Aaron Bebee, D.C.
Dr. Aaron Bebee is a Michigan native that earned his Bachelor of Science Degree at Northern Michigan University before earning his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 2009. Dr. Aaron began his career in Indiana where he worked with patients of all ages, but mainly focused on disc injuries, sports injuries, and low force adjusting techniques. After a couple of years in Indiana, Dr. Aaron moved back to Michigan to practice in a clinic that specialized in correcting structural disorders of the spine such as scoliosis and traumatic injuries that cause damage and alteration to the spinal structure leading to loss of function and health. Dr. Aaron moved to the Denver area to be closer to the mountains and to be able to enjoy all that Colorado has to offer. He enjoys hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, fishing, and exploring the great outdoors.
Dr. Aaron is trained in several chiropractic techniques including: Activator, SOT, Thompson Drop, Instrument Adjusting, Gonstead, and Diversified. While learning these techniques, he also sought out training in other therapies including electric muscle stimulation, cold laser, class IV laser, custom orthotics, bracing, Kinesio Taping Method, and functional movement assessments. Dr. Aaron also has extensive training and experience in postural assessment and ergonomic assessments/adaptations to help prevent overuse/repetitive use injuries. His main goal is to discover the root cause of the patient’s current symptoms, and develop an individualized treatment plan to deliver maximum results, and allow the patient to achieve optimal health and function. While under his care, Dr. Aaron’s patients are educated on options they have for their care and steps that they can take on their own to gain control of their health and live the life they want.
Cristina Beaudette-Phillips, LMT
Cristina graduated from the European School of Massage Therapy in Las Vegas, Nevada (2013). This program helped create a foundation of understanding the fundamentals of bodywork with concentration on Swedish massage, deep tissue, and aromatherapy.
Cristina furthered her education to specialize in Neuromuscular Therapy (2014) and High-Risk Prenatal (2016).
Through her own journey for health and wellness, she came to study/work under a naturopath in 2010. After three years of working with a naturopath, she came to learn and understand the connection between the mind, body, and spirit.
Her studies led her to become educated in massage therapy to learn and understand the beauty of the human body. As a result, she found it is crucial to not isolate various aspects of self. She has developed an appreciation and understanding of our human aspects (physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual) and to has the ability incorporate these aspects to meet and understand her clients on a personal level.
To better understand her clients and the human psyche, she furthered my education to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Human Services with concentration in Case Management. She found it to be important to understand how our real-world problems directly impact our health and wellness. This degree specifically amplified her to understand the correlation between how people perceive and respond in the external world, is also internalized physically.
In 2016, she encountered her own medical trauma by having a full pelvic reconstructive surgery. This experience helped her understand on a personal level: the challenges people encounter when they are faced with compromising positions to their health and what a person must overcome to recover and heal.
She makes it her intention to work with people to help overcome their obstacles and achieve both mental and physical consciousness. As a therapist, her goal is to actively listen, meet the client where they are at and create goals that are both attainable and realistic. Her passion is to help others who are struggling and seeking more than just a feel-good moment but wanting to gain a better understanding of their body’s needs and maintaining health and wellness through bodywork.