Katie DoVico PT, DPT
Katie is passionate about what she does, she loves to help people get back to their active state. She graduated from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Kinesiology and from A.T. Still University's Arizona School of Health Sciences with Doctorate in Physical Therapy and is licensed in the state of Colorado.
Katie enjoys working with athletes of all sports and all levels since she grew up being a multi-sport athlete. She continues to participate in martial arts with a goal of eventually obtaining her second degree blackbelt in Taekwondo. Because of her background and love for exercise, she enjoys creating a specialized exercise program for her patients so they can return to their sport with greater ease and confidence.
Mike DoVico PT, DPT, AT-R
Mike has found his niche with working with youth recreational and competitive athletes. He graduated from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training. His physical therapy education is from A.T. Still University's Arizona School of Health Sciences with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and is licensed in the state of Colorado.
With Mike's athletic training experience, he can assess acute injuries and refer the patient to another provider if indicated. Mike is passionate about helping all athletes return to their sport but he enjoys working with the throwing athlete because of his love for the sport of baseball and his previous intership experience in 2003 with the Arizona Diamondbacks Baseball Team.
Personally, Mike loves to be active by running half or full marathons with ambitions to become more involved with road cycling.
Mike and Katie believe in supporting families within the community, so they love family referrals and working with all the family members.
Kate Bennett PsyD
Clinical Sport Psychologist
Kate Bennett, PsyD, is a Clinical Sport Psychologist and the director of Athlete Insight, PC. She supports the clinical and performance needs of athletes worldwide and specializes in the treatment of athletes recovering from eating disorders. Prior to becoming a psychologist, Dr. Bennett was an athletic trainer and cycling coach. During her coaching career, she coached several state and national champions as well as earned two national championships herself. As a sport psychologist, Dr. Bennett’s roster of athletes includes Olympians, National Champions, professional athletes, and DI/II/III college student-athletes as well as amateur athletes. She authored “Eating Disorders in Athletes” (Eating Disorders in Special Populations, 2017) and co-authored “Motivation and Mental Training” (Cycling Science, 2017). In addition, Dr. Bennett regularly presents at annual conferences on topics related to the mental health of athletes and leads sport psychology workshops for teams and individuals interested in excelling athletically by maximizing their mental game.