Tramadol is used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain. It may be habit-forming. It is similar to narcotic analgesics. It might have a negative impact on the child. It may increase your risk for having a seizure. It should not be used longer than justified from a therapeutic point of view. Tapering off tramadol is systematically reducing your day-to-day dosage on a planned-out time. Should you feel yourself becoming dependent, get in touch with your health care provider without delay. To stop withdrawal reactions, your physician may lower your dose gradually. Your physician will suggest that you avoid pulling the hair out and deliver you aftercare tips which include washing the skin with a gentle soap and water, avoiding exposure to the sun and tanning beds for no less than a week. If you go see a physician and get treatment, you're supposed to secure much better. The dosage could be increased by the physician, but shouldn't be increased by the individual. It should be adjusted according to the severity of the exocrine pancreatic insufficiency. Safe dosage of tramadol varies depending on the patient and their needs. Tramadol is tremendously metabolized within the body. It is designed for oral use only, and the tablets should not be crushed for the purpose of inhalation or injection. Tapering off tramadol gives you the ability to slowly lessen the total amount of tramadol you take, thus reducing shock to your physique. It's also important not to suddenly quit taking tramadol, as stated by the NIH.
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shop7RunFree was founded on the idea that Physical Therapy could be better.

We all know healthcare quality is at an all-time low. We believe in providing a value laden experience each and every session. An experience you can’t wait to tell your friends about.

Our goal is to provide the highest quality Physical Therapy in the country. We want our clients to know that we have their best interest at heart. We also want to be a resource for our community, coaches, athletes and trainers. We constantly upload new videos and blog posts to help our community stay healthy.

Another advantage of choosing runfreept is that you are able to save time and money by coming directly to us. No MD referral needed as you will be treated by a Doctor at all times. This saves you wasted time and money and in most cases we are able to see you in 1-2 days.



As a lifelong learner Dr Mondello has completed extensive specialized post doctoral training with a focus on developing the skill set to achieve the best outcomes in the country.
Specialized training includes:
Certification in Applied Functional Science
Certification in Functional Dry Needling
Medical Bike Fit Training
Doctor Mondello has also completed
Internships under the guidance of a Fellow in Manual Therapy as well as a Fellow In Applied Functional Science



Introduction to our Founder10526060_10152235559428601_1907053781148863191_n

Being active is an imperative part of my life. From my earliest days growing up in southwest New Mexico with the Gila National Forest as my backyard and becoming a champion mountain biker, to later years when I would complete multiple Ironman races and marathons, an ultra marathon, CrossFit competitions and more, my life has been about healthy movement.

This passion for movement, and health and wellness is the foundation for RunFree Physical Therapy and Human Performance. My most successful days are when clients tell me things like, “I took my kids camping this weekend and had no pain,” “I finished my first 10K and my knees feel great,” or “I slept through the night for the first time in months.”

I use physical therapy as a tool to help clients reach personal milestones like these and my goal is to guide them to holistic wellness spanning the mind, body and spirit. Correcting issues with the body is simply the first component in building a client’s overall wellness.

With four years as a physical therapist and nearly 20 in the health and wellness industry in roles such as a coach, personal trainer and wellness director, I have the tools and experience to fully evaluate each client’s goals and concerns to help them get to their ideal level of wellness.

Believing that I was made to help people improve their health and wellness, I sought my doctorate in physical therapy after being Wellness Director at a large, successful YMCA. I loved that role but wanted to have the ability to offer more to my clients. In 2014, I graduated from Regis University, with my doctorate, having completed the highest level of education about how the human body functions.

Over the next four years, I practiced physical therapy across the country in a variety of settings, in locations from Boston to Washington state before settling in Golden, Colorado. I saw Golden as the ideal place to grow my practice into one that is more than a PT clinic, but a true wellness practice for the community that combines functional medicine with mind, body, spiritual wellness and fitness for clients to discover — or return to — their best selves.

In the health care and wellness industries, new research and findings are always guiding practitioners on how to best serve clients with the most up to date information. That’s why I strongly believe in continuing education and have hundreds of hours invested in various classes. In addition, my post-doctorate training includes certifications in level two functional dry needling, applied functional science and medical bike fitness.

When I am not guiding people to wellness at RunFreePT, I’m either doing something physically active or reading.