Scott Kosola PT, DPT, PRC Clinical Director / Physical Therapist
As Clinical Director, Scott has led numerous projects in quality assurance, patient care, and program development. Scott has served as a Physical Therapist for the Point for the last 13 years. He was the first Postural Restoration Certified Physical Therapist in Colorado, which specializes in correcting postural asymmetries to improve pain and function. He has extensive experience in providing quality healthcare to orthopedic and post surgical patients, as well as to athletes recovering from sports-related injuries and improving sports performance.
Leslie Vail, PT
Leslie received her PT degree from University of Oklahoma and has 30 years of experience with 15 years in vestibular and balance rehabilitation. Leslie focuses in vestibular rehab for patients that suffer from vertigo and imbalances. She also has a strong orthopedic background with an emphasis in manual therapy. Leslie has completed the Vestibular Competency Certification course through Emery University as well as the Cervicogenic Dizziness Competency certification. Her son serves as a Captain in the US Army, her daughter works in the IT field and her husband recently retired from Weld County School District Number 6.
Kelly Milkent, PT, DPT
Kelly received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine and is certified in Functional Dry Needling Level 1 by EIM/Kinetacore. Her education is strongly based on manual therapy which she integrates with exercise and self-management techniques for a well-rounded approach. Kelly’s primary goal when working with any patient is to maximize their functional abilities as well as provide them with the tools to maintain progress on their own. As a former collegiate runner, Kelly enjoys working with athletes of all levels but also has a strong interest in working with individuals from very young and up.
Kate Pringle, PT, DPT
Kate received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Carroll University in Wisconsin and is from the greater Chicago area. Kate holds a certification in the Graston Technique for manual therapy and has a strong interest in post-surgical patients and those with Parkinson’s. As a collegiate volleyball player, she enjoys working with athletic populations from high school to weekend warriors. Kate is certified in both LSVT BIG for her Parkinson's Population and Functional Dry Needling Level 2 by EIM/Kinetacore. In her free time Kate enjoys skiing, hiking, supporting her Chicago Cubs and playing volleyball.
Nikki Streleck, PT, DPT
Nikki is originally from the Black Hills of South Dakota, and graduated from University of South Dakota with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She enjoys treating patients of all ages with varying diagnoses including orthopedic injuries, post surgical recovery, and neuromuscular conditions. Nikki’s favorite part of her job is seeing patients progress and return to activities they enjoy, whether that be return to sport, or just being able to pick up their grandchild without pain. In high school and college Nikki was highly involved in ballet and dance, and has a passion for movement and finding fun ways to be active. In her spare time she loves to get outside to hike, rock climb, and enjoy nature with family and friends.
Cozette Seaver, PT
Cozette is a Colorado native, who received her PT degree from the University of Washington, School of Medicine and has 26 years of experience. She believes patient education is a great part of successful rehab and she enjoys treating patients of all ages and with a variety of diagnoses including patients with cervical pain and headaches, vertigo and balance dysfunction, orthopedic populations; pre and post surgical. Cozette has a strong orthopedic background with an emphasis in manual therapy and has completed the Cervicogenic Dizziness Competency certification and Therapeutic Pain Specialist Competency Certification.
Lyndsey Buderus, PT, DPT
Lyndsey earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, CA. She is a Colorado native from Johnstown and is very happy to be back home on the Front Range. Lyndsey enjoys caring for people of all ages and has a deep-rooted passion for collaborating with patients on their rehab/injury prevention journey. She participated in competitive sports during her academic years and has experienced the anxiety of being on the sidelines while rehabilitating an injury. She believes the most gratifying part of being a PT is connecting with patients and their families and helping them get back to the activities that bring them joy. In her spare time, Lyndsey enjoys hiking, camping, listening to live music and spoiling her pup (pictures available upon request).
Samantha Spaulding, PT, DPT
Samantha earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from California State University, Northridge. She is a California native and new to Colorado. She is certified in Functional Movement Screen testing and is passionate about helping her patients move better to feel better – “movement is medicine!” Samantha played collegiate and semi-pro soccer and has a strong interest in helping athletes of all levels rehab from injuries so they can continue to do what they love. She also enjoys working with orthopedic populations of all ages. In her free time, she enjoys exploring Colorado with her dog, hiking 14ers, rock climbing, and traveling.
Daniel Gilstrap, PT, DPT
Daniel was born and raised in Mississippi. He completed his undergraduate education at the University of Alabama and went on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Emory University in 2016. Daniel was able to explore and work across the United States as a travel Physical Therapist for 3 years before choosing to settle in Northern Colorado. As a member of the APTA and American Academy of Sports PT, Daniel enjoys working with athletes of all ages and skill levels. When he's not in the clinic, Daniel enjoys being active outdoors with his dog & challenging his own performance limits.