Jeff Fulford graduated from Loma Linda University in Southern California with a master’s degree in physical therapy in 2000. He currently is an adjunct professor for Loma Linda University teaching how to treat the knee joint, ACL injuries and subsequent rehabilitation, and conducts a sports medicine lab for evaluation of biomechanics of the lower quarter and treatment.   Jeff has specialized in orthopedic care, becoming board certified from 2010-2020 with an emphasis on knee and ACL rehab.  He had a gymnastics ACL injury at age 15 that led him into the field of physical therapy and has fueled his passion to treat these injuries.   Extensive ACL training has been through Chris Powers, PhD, PT, FACSM, FAPTA at his MPI (movement performance institute) in Los Angeles, CA.  

Endurance sports is Jeff’s love as evident by completion of the Leadville Trail 100-mile mountain bike race numerous times and achievement of the coveted Big Buckle finishing under 9 hours.  He is a 2x Ironman finisher, Coeur d’Alene, ID and Louisville, KY. He has raced road bikes for 15+ years reaching a category 3 level. He knows the injuries that come with endurance athletes and teaches prevention exercises to stay injury free.   

To deliver quality treatment Jeff has taken extensive training with year-long courses in manual therapy, movement science, sports medicine, and vestibular rehab.  It’s a joy for him to treat all orthopedic conditions and combined with his vast educational background and eclectic approach yields great results.  Jeff has an unwavering desire to continue learning and pursue growth to better serve his patients.   


Monday: 7am - 6pm
Tuesday: 7am - 6pm
Wednesday: 7am - 6pm
Thursday: 7am - 6pm
Friday: 7am - 6pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Qualifications and experience

Rehabilitation Therapy - Physical Therapy, Orthopedics
Languages spoken
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