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Foothills Sports Medicine Physical Therapy opens in Queen Creek

Jordan Brocker, who has lived in Queen Creek for the past six years, opened this newest full-service physical therapy clinic off Ellsworth and Sierra Park roads in December.

Bringing the first Queen Creek location of Foothills Sports Medicine Physical Therapy to town is exciting for local resident Jordan Brocker, who has lived in Queen Creek for the past six years.

He opened this newest full-service physical therapy clinic at Ellsworth and Sierra Park roads in December. It's the 28th location for the Phoenix-based company, which has clinics located all across the Valley. 

Brocker serves as physical therapist and clinic director of the Queen Creek location, which focuses on patient needs and full recovery by restoring movement, improving function and helping those recovering from surgery or an accident. He offers free rapid pain assessments to anyone concerned with an injury and curious if physical therapy should be used during recovery.

He believes in treating every patient's needs uniquely, not just as a number.

"We genuinely listen, learn and care about our patient's injuries while working hard to ensure their full recovery. Our personalized, hands-on approach to optimal care will help ensure success," said Brocker. "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."

Originally from Wisconsin, Brocker completed his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2013. He has been a therapist at Foothills Sports Medicine across the Valley since then. Throughout his life, Brocker has been passionate about problem solving and helping people. In high school, an injury led him to pursue this DPT application to the human body. Brocker is eager to provide high-quality care and serve the Queen Creek community hands-on at every visit and help patients towards a full recovery without medications, injections or surgery.

He uses a multi-modal approach to therapy, including manual therapy techniques, blood flow restriction, cupping, taping and trigger point dry needling. Brocker's own experience in high school sparked his passion for helping others with sports injuries, back pain and making the patient experience fun while promoting timely results. In 2020, he completed his clinical sports spine specialty through Northern Arizona University.

Brocker's new Queen Creek physical therapy clinic is located at 22719 S. Ellsworth Road, Building C, Suite 101. Clinic hours from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. For more information, call 480-906-0900 or visit them online at