Foothills Sports Medicine Physical Therapy has opened its 29th location, this time in Anthem, offering free rapid pain assessments to anyone concerned with an injury.
Located near Anthem Way and Gavilan Peak Parkway, the full-service PT clinic focuses on its patients’ needs and full recovery by restoring movement, improving function, and helping those recovering from chronic pain, surgery or an accident.
“We design each rehabilitation program custom to each patient or athlete we treat,” said Kevin Truitt, clinic director and physical therapist.
“We will assess how they move to identify the injury site and the source of any pain or weakness. Addressing the underlying cause is essential for healing any injury, preventing recurrence and getting our patients back to feeling their best.”
During the last 23 years, Foothills Sports Medicine Physical Therapy has helped more than 500,000 patients recover from injury.
Foothills has 29 clinics throughout the Valley and surrounding cities.
“Whether recovering from an injury, impacted by physical limitation, dealing with chronic pain or being in a car accident, we understand the stress and urgency of returning to your daily routine,” Truitt said.
Hailing from Tucson, Truitt started his PT career in outpatient orthopedics and spent five years as the team physical therapist for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Since 2017, he has been with Foothills focusing on orthopedic post-op rehab and musculoskeletal pain. Truitt takes a special interest in evaluating and rehabilitating professional, amateur and overhead youth athletes. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has a certification in dry needling.
The clinic specializes in physical therapy; pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation; acute injury management; chronic injury management; sports physical therapy; strength and conditioning; general orthopedics; pediatric and geriatric physical therapy and rapid-recovery free injury assessments.
3655 W. Anthem Way, Suite A129, Anthem