Diane Percy, PT
Diane Percy, PT, graduated from Cleveland State University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. She received extensive training in neurological and orthopedic rehabilitation and more recently has decided to specialize in the areas of Vestibular Rehabilitation, balance training and fall prevention. In addition to treating patients with these disorders, Diane has been active in the community teaching these concepts to other therapists, therapy students, allied health professionals and seniors. Her wide range of experience in Vestibular Rehabilitation, neurological disease and program development have enabled her to provide educational and practical instruction to the novice and experienced provider. She has also written articles about fall prevention and dizziness for numerous publications.
Diane has received her Clinical Competency Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Susan Herdman, PhD, P.T. at Emory University in 2004. Subsequent certification at the advanced level was obtained in 2004 and 2009. She has received instruction in manual therapy through the Paris Institute in St. Augustine, Florida. Diane has also completed advanced certification in dry needling from Kinetacore.
Diane created Balance Point Vestibular Rehabilitation, LLC, in 2004 and is the sole owner of the practice.
Elizabeth Creamer, MPT
Elizabeth (Liz) Creamer, MPT, graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder, in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. She then obtained her Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 1992. She has since worked in an inpatient rehabilitation facility, specialty headache centers and outpatient orthopedic clinics. She has special interests in orthopedic manual therapy and spinal stability management programs. She has also received certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation and advanced training in cervicogenic dizziness which is complemented by her manual therapy technique.
Liz has received her Clinical Competency Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Susan Herdman, PhD, P.T. at Emory University in 2010. Subsequent certification at the advanced level was obtained in 2012. Liz has also completed advanced certification in dry needling from The American Dry Needling Institute.
Liz has been providing therapy services in the office at Balance Point Vestibular Rehabilitation, LLC, since 2009.
Jenna Huffard Ridder, PT, DPT
Jenna Ridder, PT, DPT, graduated from The College of William & Mary in 2006 in Williamsburg, Virginia, with a Bachelor of Science in both Kinesiology and Neuroscience. She then obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2011 from Virginia Commonwealth University. After graduation, Jenna practiced acute care physical therapy and gained extensive experience in post-surgical Orthopedics, Trauma, Vascular Surgery, Cardiac Surgery, Acute Care Surgery, Burns, Neurosurgery, Cancer/Bone Marrow Transplant, and Surgery/Trauma Intensive Care Units. In 2015, she moved to Colorado Springs and had her first of three daughters. In 2016, Jenna continued her acute care and inpatient rehab experience at Penrose/St Francis Hospital with Centura Health.
Jenna was excited to join Balance Point Rehab in 2019 to specialize in vestibular, balance, and fall prevention therapy.
Jenna has received an advanced certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency-Based Course from Duke University and the APTA, as well as Cervicogenic Dizziness, Concussion Management, and Dry Needling from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. She enjoys seeing her patients thrive and improve after learning balance techniques and symptomatic improvement of their vestibular problems.
Meagan Banning Barber, PT, DPT
Meagan (Meg) Banning Barber, PT, DPT graduated from Colorado State University Fort Collins with degrees in Biology and Zoology in 2008. She obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2012 from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Following graduation, she returned to Colorado Springs and practiced in acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient neuro settings. While working at Memorial Hospital she co-collaborated the expansion of the Physical Therapy Program in the Emergency Department with an emphasis on identifying and treating Vestibular conditions.
Meg then moved to England with her husband and worked for the National Health System. While in England she continued to pursue her passion for treating patients with neurological and vestibular conditions in acute care, inpatient stroke rehabilitation, and outpatient neuro settings. After two years overseas it was time to return home to Colorado. Once back state-side she joined the team at Centura, working with critically ill patients in the acute care setting.
Meg joined Balance Point and received her Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation: A Competency-Based Course from Duke University and the APTA in 2023.
We are proud to provide therapist only services; no techs or assistants to be passed off to. Your personalized care will include a comprehensive evaluation, individualized treatment and education about your diagnosis. When discharged, you will have all that you need to continue your progress with a detailed home exercise program.
Our Therapists Care
The therapists at Balance Point are graduates of accredited physical therapy programs and fully licensed to practice in the State of Colorado. They are certified in many aspects of treatment including manual therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, dry needling and sports concussion management. As members of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the are active in lobbying to keep physical therapy an integral part of our medical treatment system. With over 50 years of combined experience, patient care is always of the highest quality and importance.