Dr. Kurt Dallow Joins OCR as Sports Medicine Specialist
GREELEY, Colo. — Long-time northern Colorado physician, Dr. Kurt Dallow, has joined the Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies as a specialist in sports medicine, taking care of athletes in team and individual sports, from youth competition up to the college level.
Appointments with Dr. Dallow may be made at OCR’s new office in Greeley. Call 970-419-7050 or 1-800-722-7441. His first day of appointments at OCR is June 6.
“I have truly enjoyed taking care of the many individuals I’ve helped over the years,” Dallow said. “I’m looking forward to focusing on sports medicine and working with athletes.”
During his 33-year career, Dr. Dallow has been a family physician, a sports medicine specialist, and a faculty physician at a residency program, teaching and training new doctors in the specialty of family medicine.
“We’re very pleased to have Dr. Dallow join our office and bring his expertise in sports medicine, and his knowledge of the Greeley and northern Colorado communities,” said Dr. Rocci Trumper, who is OCR’s board president.
Dr. Dallow has worked with other medical groups and offices in northern Colorado in Yuma, Eaton, Windsor, and Greeley, since 1983. He also served as one of the team physicians since 1989 for the University of Northern Colorado’s Department of Athletics.
Dr. Dallow is recognized as a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine, the world’s largest organization of sports medicine and exercise science professionals.
He and his family have been residents of northern Colorado since they moved to the area in 1983, when he completed his residency training program in family medicine in Sioux Falls, S.D.
He has held board certification in family medicine since 1983, and a certification in his specialty of sports medicine since 1993.
Dr. Dallow’s career in medicine includes practice with the Yuma District Hospital (1983-85), Eaton Family Practice (1985-88), Windsor Family Physicians (1990-96), and the North Colorado Family Medicine Residency Program (1996-2016).
His training of new family medicine physicians at the residency program was recognized with the “Teacher of the Year” award in 2016 by the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Dallow spends time with his wife Cindy, competes in off-road triathlons, and enjoys winter sports, swimming, and gardening. The Dallows have two adult sons and two daughters.
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The Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies provides patients with specialized orthopaedic, spine, sports medicine, sports concussion, and podiatry care. The practice, founded in 1969, has offices in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley, CO. OCR’s services include a surgery center, radiology, therapy, and orthopaedic worker’s comp services. For more information: www.orthohealth.com