Hours: Monday-Friday: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday: as requested
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Our Litchfield Park location offers an open, friendly, and relaxed environment. With a dedicated staff whose sole mission is to get you back to the activities you love, you’ll receive hands-on therapy tailored to your needs. Proud to be part of the Litchfield Park community, our team enjoys community outings, charities, and efforts to better Litchfield Park and the surrounding area. Conveniently located near the intersection of Dysart Road and Camelback Road, our Litchfield Park center specializes in the following services:
“Jamie and her Team are AWESOME. I went for therapy for sprained MCL and some meniscus tears. I just finished seven weeks, three times a week. Jamie put together a rehab plan for me and I feel much better. Stronger, more flexible and the knee feels so much better. Kristy and Scott were great. And Sabrina and Roxy kept me on point and motivated. They were so much fun. I miss you guys. I highly recommend Foothills. They were like Family. They also do Dry Needling, which I recommend. It really works and Jamie is a PRO!!”
“I have been in severe pain in my hip and went to physical therapy feeling hopeless. But then I met with Mike. Mike was incredibly compassionate, knowledgeable, and uplifting. He showed me exercises that have helped me get stronger and reduce the pain. He explained what was happening to my hip and why the exercises will be beneficial. I walked in feeling so down and walked out feeling like a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders. After completing physical therapy, not only do I feel physically better, but I am emotionally 100% better.”
“I started coming here after knee replacement surgery. The care and compassion of everyone here are amazing. They make you feel like you’re a family member and truly want to help you.”
Jo Anne L.
“I have received excellent care from my first visit. Michael was great at evaluating what my needs were and setting a course of therapy based on those needs. He really listens to me and updates my therapy as needed. Sabrina has been great at showing me what to do. And she’s quick to make adjustments when I’m not doing it the correct way! I look forward to seeing the staff each time I go. They’re all great and appear to truly care that you get better. I have and will continue to recommend Foothills to other people!”
Education Northern Arizona University
Jamie is a clinical director who is certified in Kinesiotaping with specialties in manual therapy, cupping, TMD, Gary Gray 3D functional training/treatment approach, and post COVID recovery. She strives to give her patients an impactful experience with individualized treatment plans that meet the patient’s goals and lifestyle. In Jamie’s spare time, she enjoys cooking, party planning, volleyball, and interior designing. She also likes to “think outside the box” and challenge herself in all aspects of her life.
Education Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University
Scott is an Arizona native who enjoys working with people of all ages. He is interested in sports, disc golf, hiking, and Costco. He has one dog named Korra, who he rescued. Scott’s favorite sports team is the Phoenix Suns and his favorite TV show is The Office. Breakfast is very important to Scott, who eats two breakfasts a day.
Education: University of Missouri
Jeremy has always wanted to make a lasting difference in people’s lives. Becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy has helped nurture his passion for helping and healing others while developing impactful relationships. Jeremy specializes in geriatrics and has a special interest in knee replacement rehab, balance, and muscle energy techniques. He uses a hands-on approach incorporated with functional movement exercises to help his patients get back to what they enjoy.
Education: Simmons College, Mount Washington College
Ashley is a certified physical therapy assistant who specializes in taping, cupping, cardiac, and pediatrics. She loves working with kids, children with special needs, and athletes. Ashley wants her patients to know that she is always in their corner and that she will support and encourage them on their road to recovery. Outside of work, Ashley is an ambassador for Mission 22, a nonprofit organization that offers treatment for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries, and other issues.
Education: Wallace Community College
Kandice is a physical therapist assistant who is certified in blood flow restriction (BFR), myofascial decompression (MFD), and rocktaping. She enjoys treating all populations, especially pediatrics, sports medicine, geriatrics, and total joint rehab. Kandice moved to Arizona in 2019 because her husband was stationed here for the Air Force. They have three small children together, two boys and one girl.
Education: Arizona State University, Brookline College
Ricardo is bilingual and was born in Phoenix, Arizona but raised in Buckeye, Arizona. In high school, he participated in a HOSA competition. HOSA is an organization that empowers future health professionals to become leaders in physical therapy. Ricardo placed 4th out of 20, and it was then that he realized he had a passion for PT.
Ricardo grew up with horses, goats, chickens, dogs, and peacocks, and family is the most important part of life for him. When Ricardo is not at work, he enjoys learning new things, hitting the gym, and watching his favorite tv shows.