Lance has practiced physical therapy for over 20 years, primarily in the outpatient orthopedic setting. Lance has an undergraduate degree from Weber State University and a Master’s degree from Des Moines University. He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree through the University of St. Augustine. Lance is a Certified Manual Therapist and has special interest in the spine and LE function during gait. In 2017, he successfully completed the Advanced Functional Biomechanics of the Lower Quarter (6 Month Certificate Series) taught by Christopher M. Powers, PT, PhD, FACSM, FAPTA. He speaks fluent Spanish and his hobbies include golf, hiking, basketball and skiing.
Matt began his collegiate education at the University of Utah earning a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training while working with several of the University of Utah intercollegiate athletic teams and local high school sports teams to meet their sports medicine needs. He then went on to earn a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Franklin Pierce University in Goodyear, Arizona graduating in March 2016. Matt has a special interest in sports injury treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention, as well as recovery and rehabilitation following orthopedic surgical procedures. Matt believes that “physical therapy is a unique medical intervention that helps patients be more aware of their bodies and its movement patterns so they can feel in control of their body rather than letting their life be governed by the limitations of pain or impaired movement.” In his free time, Matt enjoys playing sports like basketball, volleyball, water polo, and football, as well as spending time with his family.
Mike is a graduate of Widener University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program and received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania. Mike was born and raised in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia and moved to Utah to finish his degree through clinical affiliations in the Park City and Salt Lake City area. His special interests include performance training, sports injury, and biomechanical movement analysis. Mike has experience working with a diverse variety of patients, including recreational to Olympic level athletes. His treatment approach is multifaceted with an emphasis on manual therapy, corrective exercises, and utilization of functional movement patterns to allow for improvements in the clinic that carry over into an individual’s daily activities. Mike believes that “physical therapy can help to enhance a patient’s ability to move and perform by identifying and addressing the underlying factors of biomechanical dysfunction and correcting muscular imbalances.” In his free time, Mike enjoys snowboarding, hiking, climbing, weight lifting, and trail running.