Action Potential


Jenna Boerboom

Jenna Boerboom, PT, DPT, OCS practices at the Fillmore (Professional Place) Action Potential clinic. Jenna grew up on a small farm in Walnut Grove, MN, where from a young age she enjoyed helping people and was interested in pursuing a career in health care.  Jenna earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and General Science at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  In addition to her studies, she competed in Division III cross country and indoor/outdoor track.  Jenna went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.

Jenna started her career in the Seattle area and practiced there for nearly ten years before moving to Colorado Springs.  Jenna believes in patient education, in getting to know her patients and their specific goals, and in giving individuals the tools they need to return to what they love.  She employs a multifaceted approach to care including manual treatments, exercise, and education.  Additionally, Jenna is Astym certified and utilizes specific tools to assist with soft tissue mobilization and stimulation.  Throughout her career she has had a specific interest in treating athletes of all kinds as well as patients with postural dysfunction.

Jenna brings an athlete’s passion to all that she does professionally and personally, and in her spare time, enjoys running, biking, competing in triathlons, hiking, and playing with her Bernese Mountain dog Monty.


Ashley Fuller

Ashley Fuller, PT, DPT practices at the Fillmore (Professional Place) location of Action Potential Physical Therapy.  Ashley earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of South Florida School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Morsani College of Medicine.  Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL.  Ever committed to professional growth and learning more effective treatment techniques, Ashley plans to pursue a post-doctoral certification in orthopedic manual therapy through the North American Institute. 

Ashley prides herself in providing high quality, truly individualized care and revels in the constant challenge each patient brings.  A dynamic and enthusiastic therapist, she aspires to help patients achieve optimal outcomes in the shortest amount of time and believes that a teamwork approach to patient care is essential to success.  Ashley has treated a variety of chronic and acute injuries and conditions using methods including soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilization, and muscle energy techniques.  She especially enjoys treating pediatric patients, from infants to teenagers.

A Florida native new to Colorado, Ashley appreciates all outdoor activities including running, hiking and learning to snowboard.  Additionally she enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with family.


Andrew Fox

Andrew Fox, PT, DPT, COMT practices at the Fillmore (Professional Place) location of Action Potential Physical Therapy.  Andrew earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2007.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from UNLV as well.  Most recently, he completed the ‘Certified Orthopedic Manipulative Therapist’ (COMT) post-graduate coursework, training, and testing through the Institute of Manipulative Physiotherapy and Clinical Training (IMPACT).

Andrew offers a fresh and dynamic approach to treating patients of all ages and in all physical stages. Practicing for over six years, Andrew uses a breadth of techniques in order to provide the most comprehensive care.  Depending on the patient’s needs, he employs joint mobilizations, soft tissue manipulations, and exercises and stretching in order to achieve the desired results.  Andrew especially enjoys treating elderly patients, individuals with total joint replacements, and patients with neurological disorders.

When not working or studying, Andrew plays golf and enjoys the outdoors.  More than anything, however, he treasures time with his wife and three small children.

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