Dr. Hannah Payton, PT, DPT
Dr. Hannah Payton joined the One80 Physical Therapy team in 2021, but she has actually been with us since 2011. As a native of Loveland, she grew up playing a variety of sports. Thanks to injuries experienced during her athletic career at Loveland High, Dr. Payton became familiar with The One80 System as a teenager. Her experience as a patient sparked her interest in orthopedic physical therapy, and the results she experienced at One80 made her want to give others the experience she experienced herself.
After graduating from LHS, Hannah continued her athletic career at Colorado Mesa University playing lacrosse. During her time there, she studied Exercise Physiology and Sport Management, and completed her undergraduate internship at One80 PT.
She then spent three years at the University of Toledo working on her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree. Dr. Payton spent the last three months of that program at One80 while completing her final residency. After graduation, she was added to our full-time staff, completing a journey that spanned over ten years.
Currently, Hannah stays close to the game of lacrosse by working with LAX athletes and coaches on sport specific injury prevention and recovery programs at One80. Outside of the clinic, she spends time with her family and friends being active outdoors.
– B.A. Health and Exercise Science, Colorado Mesa University
– Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Toledo University