Providing Personal Care and Effective Results in South Knoxville Since 1992

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Welcome to Foothills Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Center

Looking for a drug-free solution to your pain and movement problems?

We Can Help

WE HAVE BEEN PROVIDING PERSONAL CARE AND EFFECTIVE RESULTS IN SOUTH KNOXVILLE FOR OVER 25 YEARS. WE HELP RESTORE WELLNESS AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO HELPING YOU GET BACK TO THE THINGS YOU LOVE.

Whether you got hurt playing sports, pulling weeds, overtraining, at work, or simply had a brief uncoordinated moment, we can help. We specialize in orthopedic rehabilitation and sports medicine for student athletes, weekend warriors, and orthopedic injuries of the young and old.
Physical therapy should be the first stop when you are suffering from a musculoskeletal problem.
Give us a call today!

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Foothills Physical Therapy Center is your premier full service physical therapy private practice. Our staff is trained to efficiently rehabilitate a variety of conditions with different modalities:
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Feeling pain? Don’t live with it! Our free consult includes a 15-20 minute visit with a licensed doctor of physical therapy, no referral needed! Let’s discuss your condition and find the next steps to get you back to your best! Medicare, Medicaid, and other federally funded programs are not eligible.”

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Read What Our Patients Are Saying
  • My back has been an issue since my High School days. After seeing a doctor, physical therapy was requested. I had never been through physical therapy, so I did not really know what to expect

    C.K.

  • I developed severe pain in my left hip and was referred by my doctor to Foothills Physical Therapy.

    O.H.

  • Wow – two feet ready to move back into running! After an ankle injury that postponed my plans for a half marathon, the crew at Foothills got me back on track.

    D.M.

  • Before coming to see Amy I was having headaches almost everyday. In just a couple of months of therapy my headaches are virtually gone.

    K.D.

  • I learned a significant amount about my weak core and weak right side. I learned many exercises and proper was to stand, sit, clean, and do dishes.

    M.F.

  • I tore my ACL playing soccer. Dr. Mathien recommended Foothills Physical Therapy.

    M.E.

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