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Insight Physical Therapy Moves to New Offices

Insight Physical Therapy and Wellness has moved to Suite E, 2903 Aspen Drive, Loveland.

Owned and operated by Dr. Julie Wallace, Physiotherapist, Physiotherapist and Certified Lymphedema

I am a therapist and specialize in pelvic floor physical therapy.

It used to be at 231 degrees west longitude. Fourth Street Before the Sept. 5 move.

September 17, Cleaned with Breeze-Thru Car Wash to Benefit LCSAR, WRV

Breathe Thru Car Wash will be hosting fundraising events for three local non-profits at multiple locations on Saturday, September 17th from 10am-4pm.

Breeze Thru will donate 100% of car washes sales at Larimer County, Cheyenne and Longmont stores to three community nonprofits: Larimer County Search and Rescue (LCSAR), Cheyenne Soccer Club and Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV). Donate to an organization.

Racing star Brett Yuckie has his super late model race car at Larimer Parkway 4810 in Johnstown, Breeze Thru, and there is also an obstacle course at E. Mulberry 1171 in Fort

Other participating locations are 3555 Mountain Lion Drive, 279 W. 64th St. in Loveland, and 3141 S. College, Fort Collins.

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Panorama Eye Care Acquires 20/20 Vision Center

Panorama Eye Care (PEC) announced the acquisition of 20/20 Vision Center and Evergreen Vision Clinic PC as partner clinics, expanding its footprint across its Colorado Front range.

Panorama Eyecare CEO Marcello Celentano said in a news release that the addition will allow the company to expand its network to the west and north of Front Range.

20/20 Vision Center is a Fort Collins-based optometrist led by Dr. Greg Vosseteig. “We look forward to partnering with PEC to improve access and expand opportunities to continue providing excellent service to patients in northern Colorado,” he said.

Evergreen Vision Clinic is based in Evergreen.


• During National Direct Support Professional Week, September 11-17, Northern Colorado’s Mosaic, a non-profit, holistic health care organization, announced it’s celebrating direct support professionals serving people Did. Intellectual and developmental disabilities: “Mosaic and other service providers couldn’t do what we do without them,” Mosaic executive her director Sally Montgomery said in a news release.

• Windsor’s DaVinci Sign Systems Inc. wins Signs of the Times 2022 Best Outside Design/Shop Fabrication, non-illuminated for Emily’s Alley at Slate Hotel Denver. The Slate Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton signage in a multi-purpose area Showcasing handcrafted accents, color matches, and tooth mark details.

• Hach of Loveland was assigned a patent (No. 11,431,596, filed February 12, 2021) developed by two co-inventors for “Real-Time Management of Device Maintenance.” Co-inventors are Vishnu Vardhanan Rajasekharan and Russell Young from Fort Collins.


• Tuesday through September 17, 9:30 am: Warehouse Business Accelerator Tour of Innovation Hub at Forge Campus, 815 14th St. SW, Suite C250, Loveland. Contact Christina Eccleston at 970-541-0991 or, or visit

• Tuesday, September 20, 9am-noon: Northern Colorado Clean City will host an Alternative Fuels Day event at the Weld County – Southwest Service Center, 4209 E. County Road 24.5, Longmont. According to a news release, the event will focus on bringing together all alternative fuel stakeholders to share project successes, barriers and goals. For more information, please contact Diego Lopez at or register at

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