At Give Us Strength Physical Therapy, we have a simple mission: to return your movement, strength and reduce your pain. We’re professionals with years of experience that incorporate a variety of methods and practices. Movement is a key component to optimal living and quality of life. Our goal is to increase your movement and strength while reducing your physical limitations and pain. We want to assist you in maximizing your potential to perform your daily living activities.
Our pledge to you is to do our best to assist you in returning your strength and regaining your movement. We want you to be you, and will help in any way possible to get you there again.
Each of our providers became a physical therapist because we all wanted to help others in their journey of recovery.
The therapists who started Give Us strength Physical Therapy have been in various clinical settings and have enjoyed each location while working with a wide range of injuries and functional limitations. We all have that one unique aspect as to why we became a therapist and wanted to work in an outpatient physical therapy clinic.
Feel free to ask us about our individual stories. The therapists who started Give Us Strength Physical Therapy, met together at the Cheyenne VA Medical Center.
When working with the veterans, we decided that there is more of a need in the community to serve the Veterans as well as the private individuals as best as we can. We have decided that our talents needed to be explored in multiple avenues to allow for further relief of pain for the community. We enjoy working with patients who feel broken and need that encouragement and help to recover with their limitations from pain.
Charlene "Charlie" Sheamansmith
Charlie was born in Fort Collins, CO, and raised in both Fort Collins, CO and Lusk, WY; and is a proud member of Heritage Christian High School’s graduating class of 2001.
PETER "PETE" SHEAMANSMITH
Pete graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. Pete spent several years in the military before obtaining a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, Colorado.
Christa was raised in her hometown of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Christa received her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Laramie County Community College where she completed her program as president of the 2013 graduating class.
Charlie is amazing!! I went in hurting and by the time I came out, I felt brand new! Love her and her staff! So great to deal with amazing people!
Dr. Sheamansmith is kind, attentive and takes the time to listen to your symptoms and come up with a treatment plan. I found them to be convenient, provide appointments that fit my lifestyle, and have a very kind and helpful staff. Thank you for giving me the strength to get back to doing what I enjoy in life.
Awesome ladies that work here. Very knowledgeable on bone, joint and muscle conditions.
Give Us Strength Physical Therapy Clinic
Cheyenne’s premier physical therapy clinic.
Located at 4515 East Pershing Boulevard, Suite C, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001-6093.