Linda L. Stouffer, PTA

Linda L. Stouffer
Linda L. Stouffer, PTA, is a physical therapy assistant at National Jewish Health. Ms. Stouffer is in Rehabilitation Services.
Physical Therapist Assistant
Rehabilitation Services

Special Interests

Since 1977, I have experienced a variety of Rehab settings:  post/op, outpatient, orthopedic and dance, nursing home geriatric and hospital, with many types of clients.  I was involved in developing an innovative exercise program for oncology patients.

A Rehab team member and National Jewish Health since 1989, I enjoy working with different age groups and innovative Physical, Occupational, Recreational Therapists and Speech Pathologists.

My goal is to acquire up to date science and techniques of Physical Therapy through continuing Education, then transfer knowledge and enthusiasm to patients for a better quality of life.


Board Certification

Certified LSVT BIG instructor
2012: Office of Physical Therapy Licensure developed a PTA certificate program and granted me credential status in Colorado
1994: Kansas Board of Healing Arts Certificate for Physical Therapist Assistant
Recognized by Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Division of Professions and Occupations as a PTA.

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Contact Information

  • Office: 877.225.5654



  • National Jewish Health Main Campus
    1400 Jackson St.
    Denver, CO 80206

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