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Update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) for Our Patients

We are prepared and taking the appropriate measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the protection and safety of our patients and staff.

Important:
  • If you’ve traveled overseas, you must stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor your health, and practice social distancing.
  • Anyone that is sick with a fever, cough, or has trouble breathing should call their primary care physician before coming into our clinic.
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Welcome to
Foothills Orthopedic & Sport Therapy

In 1992 we founded our business on the principle of using evidence-based treatment methods to help our patients achieve their therapy goals. We treat each of our patients with a hands-on approach, and we are committed to providing individualized care that results in superior functional outcomes. All of our therapists are licensed professionals and experts at treating neck and back pain issues, acute and chronic muscle and joint pain and dysfunction, post-operative conditions, and more. We'll work with you to design a treatment program aimed at achieving your goals and exceeding your expectations.


Here at Foothills, we listen to your specific health goals and construct therapy programs based on meeting those specific goals.

Our Patients Are Feeling Great!
  • I cannot thank you and your staff enough for helping me with my back and SI joint pain.

    Edna

  • A friend of mine recommended your clinic. Thanks to Foothills and your Physical Therapist, I am back to driving and my active life again!

    Kathy

  • I’m doing much better than I expected following my course of Physical Therapy for headaches and jaw pain.

    Joan

  • Thank you all again for your kind attention & perseverance in getting me back to flying. A tough adjustment, but I’m back at full speed & icing daily.

    Amanda

  • Therapy has helped with my walking, going up and down stairs, and getting back to all my daily activities after undergoing my total knee replacement.

    JoAnn

  • Thank you Foothills for all you have tone to help me return to my normal existence. It feels great!

    Barbara

Loveland
(970) 667-7755
Fort Collins
(970) 207-1500
Loveland
2964 Ginnala Dr
Loveland, CO 80538
(970) 667-7755

Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Loveland From the intersection of U.S. 287 and 29th St (Orchards Shopping Center):

  • Go east on 29th St to the first stoplight (Lincoln Ave)
  • Turn north (left) onto Lincoln and take an immediate right, which is Ginnala Dr.
  • The Foothills office is the 4th office building on the left side of the street.

Directions to Loveland Clinic

Fort Collins
3938 John F Kennedy Pkwy
Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 207-1500

Hours:
M, Tu, Th, F
8:00 am – 5:30 pm

Fort Collins From the intersection of Boardwalk and John F Kennedy Pkwy:

  • Turn north (left) on John F Kennedy Pkwy and take the next right into “The Landings” office park cul-de-sac
  • The clinic is located inside the 3938 building on the east side of the parking lot

Directions to Fort Collins Clinic

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