Meet Our Therapists

When it comes to your physical therapy treatment, we understand the importance of having a therapist who is empathetic, a good listener and an expert in their field. Our passionate and dedicated team is committed to providing you with the highest level of hands-on care.

John has been a therapist for 24 years.  He was raised in Arizona where he played football, swam, and wrestled in high school.  He received scholarships in football and swimming but chose football to compete in, in college.  In 1993 he graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Degree in Physical Therapy.  He then moved to Cache Valley with his wife Kristi and 4 children.  He has worked in a hospital, nursing home, rehab center and private clinical practice.  John finds it important to serve in the community where one resides, as he and his wife have emphasized this to their children.  He has coached at the high school level in baseball and football.  He enjoys working with the youth and local athletes.  He currently serves in the LDS church and previously served a mission in Costa Rica and Panama in 1982 where he learned to speak Spanish.  He emphasizes manual therapy in his orthopedic practice and works with pre-surgical, post-surgical, orthopedic and sports physical therapy. His experience and lifelong involvement in sports allows him to provide the best care and experience to his patients. John has a knowledgeable staff of clinicians that work with him in his clinic and homecare settings. He feels everyone he works with has a story that makes them unique and that is why he focuses so much on individual care and treatment.

Ty graduated in 2011 from Sky View High School and attended Utah State University for 4 years. During his time at Utah State he played for the club baseball team and was a part of the 2012 National Championship team in Columbus, Georgia. He furthered his education at Dixie State University where he graduated in 2017, with his degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Ty currently lives in Logan with his wife Emily and dog Champ, where they love to go fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and attending sporting events.

Beth is a 2014 graduate of Pima Medical Institute with an Associate Degree in Physical Therapist Assistant. She has worked in Home Health for 3 years. Prior to returning to school, she worked as a physical therapy tech for 9 years, with a background in massage. She graduated from Utah College of Massage Therapy in 2000 and is licensed in both Utah and Idaho. When she’s not working she loves spending time with her husband, children, and grandchildren.

Dena was born and raised in Brigham City.  She graduated from Salt Lake Community College in 2006 with her degree in Physical Therapy Assistant.  During her 11 years as a PTA she has worked in transitional care and currently enjoys working in homecare.  She loves being able to work with her patients in their own home to help them regain their strength and independence.  Dena was born with a passion for taking care of people.  She absolutely loves her job and wouldn’t change it for the world.  She currently lives in Brigham City with her daughter and in her spare time she loves spending time with family, reading and camping.