Winter Sports Safety

Utah’s mountains are known for the “Greatest Snow on Earth.” In 2013, local resorts had 4.2 million skier visits, which is the third best season on record, according to the Utah Tourism Industry Association. Many of our therapists love hitting fresh powder on the...

Winter Weather Injuries

Winter weather can present  hazardous conditions here in Utah. Sub-freezing temperatures create icy conditions, making falls more common. Motor vehicle accidents are more common due to these same icy conditions that create treacherous road conditions. Increased...

Direct Access

No referral? No problem? Physical therapy in Utah is recognized as a “direct access” health service. This means that a physician referral is not required by state law to access physical therapists’ services for evaluation and treatment. It eliminates the...

Medicinal Balls

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between these balls and children’s toys? These large balls are known as yoga, stability, or exercise balls and they actually have many different purposes. They can be used as tools in physical therapy for a variety of...

Physical Therapy after a Car Accident

After the initial shock of being in a car accident wears off, sometimes pain can linger for days. The most common injury received in an automobile accident is whiplash. Over 3 million people in the U.S. will report having some form of whiplash injuries sustained in a...

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