Get you back to doing what you love, free from pain, with the ability to move naturally.
We begin with a holistic physical assessment. Injuries to one part of the body often lead to muscle imbalances in others. Our goal is to uncover the real source of your pain and then build a plan to get your body working in harmony, allowing for a full, long-term recovery.
Combining office visits with an at-home program, we utilize our extensive tool kit including hands-on therapies, state of the art technologies, and proven exercises to return you to a place of strength, mobility, and health.
I grew up snowboarding, hiking and camping in Utah's spectacular wilderness areas and throughout high school and college, competed in numerous sports. Ranking as a top 10 runner in the state earned me a scholarship to Utah Valley University. Unfortunately, injuries in my third year of college left me frustrated and unable to compete. But, it put me on the path to earning my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from South College in 2022. Today, my mission is to help people of all ages overcome physical challenges and lead active lives.
Since receiving my PT license I have become a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and a Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), both from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).
Whether your goal is to hit the slopes, carry your grandchild, or simply to live without pain, we will work together to get you back on your feet and so you can do what you love.
A thorough evaluation is essential to accurately identify the true causes of pain and dysfunction. Prior to your first appointment you will be asked to fill out a new patient form with your previous medical history, nature of your injury, and any other information that may help me formulate an appropriate assessment and treatment plan.
Assessments like the Over Head Squat are used to identify your strengths and weakness during movement. When certain muscles are over-active and others are under-active, this can lead to muscular imbalances that may cause pain.
For example, this individual may have muscular imbalances that cause pain due to his knees caving in, or from his upper body being pulled down to his left.
As a physical therapist, I have been trained to use various hands on techniques to aid in the healing process and provide pain relief when you need it. Getting your tight and over-active muscles to relax is one of main purposes for manual therapy!
Most people know that exercise is good for them, but knowing which exercises to do or how to recover from an injury or surgery is challenging. Doing the wrong exercises can make your pain worse and decrease the chances of you achieving your goals. This is why you will be educated on the WHY of each exercise so you can have long term results even when you are done with therapy!
Please contact me directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
13034 Glacier Point Circle, Draper, Utah 84020, United States
Tuesday and Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 12pm (contact to book)