Denver Chiropractor, Dr. Meghan Dukes grew up in a very active family and spent time competing in both alpine ski racing and rowing in her teenage years and through college. She was a varsity captain of the Division I Women's Rowing Team at Boston University and competed in three NCAA Championships while pursuing her education.
Dr. Dukes completed both a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Studies and a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy while at Boston University. After spending time in a few different realms of physical therapy practice, she returned to the academic world and completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Dukes began practicing in Denver in 2008 and has continued her education with advanced training in a variety of soft tissue and rehabilitation techniques. Her treatments focus on a balance of both chiropractic and manual muscle work utilizing Active Release Technique (ART), Graston Technique, Active Muscle Integration Technique (A.M.I.T.) and FACKTR-PM Technique. She has also been certified in the Gray Institute 3DMAPS program of movement analysis.
While not in the office, Dr. Dukes stays busy chasing her son and husband around the great state of Colorado with their two dogs. She enjoys cycling, hiking, skiing and traveling.