Meet The Team


Brady Hoffmann PT, DPT, ATC
Owner and Founder of UpSlope PT

Dr. Brady Hoffmann PT, DPT, ATC

Owner and Founder of UpSlope PT
Dr. Brady Hoffmann is a licensed Physical Therapist who earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Clarke University in Dubuque, IA. Brady studied Athletic Training as his undergraduate degree, also at Clarke University, and was a licensed and practicing Athletic Trainer while in grad school. Along with having his Doctorate, Brady is an EXOS performance specialist, having completed a course emphasizing a holistic view of Mindset, Nutrition, Movement, and Recovery. He is also certified in dry needling. While at Clarke, Brady was a member of the Clarke University Baseball Team, and he served as one of the Strength and Conditioning coaches for the team while he was in grad school. With his education in AT and PT, and his history as a ball player himself, Brady worked to develop programs that emphasized arm care and transitioned players from pre to post season. Brady is from St. Louis Missouri and moved out to Colorado with his wife, Maddie, and their dog, Hank. They have since added another four-legged member to the family, Scout. In his free time, Brady loves to hike, hit the gym, fish, spend time with friends and family, and enjoy a cold brew. His favorite place is his family’s cottage in the UP of Michigan that has been in the family for three generations. Brady has a passion for helping people, especially the active community. He loves helping his clients get back to doing the things they love, pain free.
Frankie Noeldner PT, DPT, ATC

Frances (Frankie) Noeldner PT, DPT, ATC

Physical Therapist

Dr. Frances (Frankie) Noeldner is a licensed Physical Therapist who earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Pacific University in Hillsboro, OR. Frankie is residency-trained in Orthopedics, having completed her formal residency program through the Rocky Mountain Regional Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Aurora, CO. Frankie also earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska-Kearney in Athletic Training with minors in Nutrition and Philosophy. She has experience working with a variety of collegiate and adolescent athletes in many sports, though she has a particular interest in track and field and weightlifting. While in Nebraska, Frankie also competed in collegiate track and field as a sprinter and long and triple jumper and was a team captain for three years. 

Since retiring from formal athletics and completing her education, Frankie has returned to her roots in Fort Collins, CO and has continued to find competition by training for trail races, hiking, and weightlifting. She and her husband, Riley, enjoy outdoors adventures of many kinds with their goldendoodle, Molly. When she’s not out exploring the beautiful CO outdoors, Frankie can often be found trying new coffee shops, reading her new favorite book, or painting. Frankie is very passionate about helping people maximize their quality of life through movement. She loves helping athletes of all sports, ages, and experience levels return to their favorite activities without pain. She firmly believes in taking time to individualize her treatment to help each client reach their highest potential.

Rob Radcliffe

Rob Radcliffe

Patient Care Coordinator

Rob Radcliffe was born & raised in the beautiful Pacific Northwest in the state of Oregon. Northern Colorado had always been his second home as a child having numerous relatives in the area whom he frequently visited. He decided to make the move to Loveland in 2020 to be closer to his Mother. Rob graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Business & Sociology. He & his wife Catie, who is also a physical therapist, enjoy spending time hiking & traveling with their two Golden Retrievers Cashew & Jackson. Rob’s passions include weight training, cooking, photography & playing guitar. He has long been an advocate for the benefits of physical therapy seeing first hand results as a patient himself. 

Maddie Hoffmann

Maddie Hoffmann


Maddie is co-owner with her husband, Brady Hoffmann, owner and founder of UpSlope Physical Therapy and Performance. Maddie graduated from Clarke University in Dubuque, IA with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2018. Maddie worked in the hospital setting in Dubuque while Brady finished up his doctorate before the two of them moved out to Colorado. Maddie currently works full time at Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center as an Oncology Nurse Navigator- she helps coordinate patient care and runs the comprehensive clinics that Banner MD Anderson offers for lung and GI cancer diagnoses. When she is not working in the cancer center, Maddie helps with behind the scenes administrative work at UpSlope. She is involved in client experience and keeping the team accountable to offer the best environment to reach optimal client success. Maddie enjoys all things Colorado- hiking, fly fishing, skiing, camping. She loves to read and cook. Maddie’s biggest joy in life is snuggling up after a long day with the pups- Hank and Scout. 


Hank & Scout

Gym Dogs

Meet Hank and Scout! Mascots of UpSlope PT. Hank is an odd mix of a St. Bernard and poodle, who resembles something similar to a mop and believes all people on earth are here to give him love. Scout is a Bernese Mountain dog who has a bit of a goofy personality and who’s arch nemesis is a trash bag. Both boys love the snow, love long walks and hikes, and love eating veggies out of mom’s garden. 

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