Dr. Amanda Gotschall is the founder of Anewu Physical Therapy. After starting her career in orthopedics focused on treating the spine and chronic pain conditions, she developed a strong interest in pelvic health, postpartum, and pregnancy physical therapy. She believes in a whole-body treatment approach and is passionate about helping people reach their optimal level of function. Her treatment philosophy balances proven manual therapy techniques with therapeutic exercise prescriptions custom designed for each patient to achieve their goals.


Dr. Gotschall is CAPP-OB certified through the APTA, certified in trigger point dry needling, and trained in Associative Awareness Technique for chronic pain conditions. Through continuing education, she continuously advances her skills. She enjoys spending time with her family traveling, camping, hiking, biking, running, and enjoying the great outdoors.  


Dr. Amanda Gotschall earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Chapman University and her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry from Santa Clara University.


Advanced functional dry needling - KineticaCore®

Pelvic Floor functional dry needling - KineticaCore®

CAPP-OB – American Physical Therapy Association

CAPP-Pelvic- American Physical Therapy Association

Associative Awareness Technique

Visceral Mobilization for Gynecologic Disorders




Dr. Ashley Hoath earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Lynchburg in 2013. She moved to Colorado in 2015 to chase her love of adventure and the outdoors. Ashley is a certified orthopedic clinical specialist, pelvic health specialist, and treats a wide range of orthopedic injuries, such as foot and ankle and cervical spine injuries. She has extensive experience in sports rehab and is extremely passionate about women’s health! Her approach to physical therapy is a combination of evidence based practice and high quality communication with her patients. Healing is active and a partnership between patient and provider. In her free time she can be found reliving her glory days on the soccer field, hiking mountains, or bombing down hills on her mountain bike!


Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS)

Advanced functional dry needling - KineticaCore®

Pelvic Floor functional dry needling - KineticaCore®

Graston Technique



Dr. Leshelle Lencioni earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder in Integrative Physiology and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 2014. She gained extensive experience treating orthopedic conditions in the spine, hips, and extremities, and is passionate about pelvic health.

Dr. Leshelle believes in assessing the whole person in order to get to the root cause of the problem. She uses a combination of manual therapy, including dry needling, and specific exercise prescription to help people out of pain and back to doing what they love. She knows what it's like to be a patient, through orthopedic surgery and childbirth recovery, and can help be a partner in your healing journey.


Outside of the clinic, you can find Leshelle spending time with her family, skiing, camping, and hiking.


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Dr. Eve Monrad earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Denver and her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. She started her career in orthopedic physical therapy before developing a passion for pelvic health, pregnancy, and postpartum physical therapy.


Dr. Monrad believes in a whole-body treatment approach in order to find the "why" behind each patient's complaint. She uses a combination of manual therapy, dry needling, tailored exercise, and education into a patient's lifestyle, nutrition, sleep, and stress in order to optimize function and recovery. She was a certified massage therapist for 4 years prior to attending PT school and is continually learning new skills through continuing education courses and conferences.

She is the lucky mother of two girls and enjoys spending time with her family traveling, skiing, enjoying the rocky mountains, crafting with her kids, reading a good book, and cooking delicious and healthy meals. 


Level 1 functional dry needling - KinetaCore®

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and Cupping


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Dr. Christine is currently on family leave


Dr. Christine Coyle earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, PA in 2016. She recently moved from Alaska and is excited to be back in her home state. Christine is a pelvic health specialist and has a strong background in orthopedic conditions. She truly listens to your needs and forms an approach tailored to you. Besides clinical work and continuing education, Christine enjoys the great outdoors with her husband and two dogs. Ask her about eating lunch with grizzly bears, flying a plane, the northern lights, or many of her other interesting experiences and hobbies!


ODNS Trigger Point Dry Needling – International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine

Herman and Wallace Pelvic Health

Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) of the Lumbar Spine – The McKenzie Institute

Spinal Manipulation Certification – American Academy of Manipulative Therapy