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Mountain Land Physical Therapy Kanab

Mountain Land Physical Therapy Kanab is conveniently located in the Kane County Hospital. The Kanab clinic has been recently remodeled and offers a variety of therapy services to ensure you get back to your active lifestyle. We strive to exceed customer expectations and are dedicated to reaching your desired outcomes. Through our pneumatic unweighting device we offer unweighting therapy for those with spinal injuries or other weight bearing limitations. The personal and friendly staff at the Kanab Clinic will make you feel right at home throughout your treatments.

 

Kanab Physical Therapy Staff

Brandon Stubbs, Physical Therapist

Brandon Stubbs, PT, DPT

Clinic Director, Physical Therapist

Brandon received his Bachelor at Southern Utah University and his Doctor of Physical Therapy at Eastern Washington University in 2006. Brandon feels privileged to work in a small community, like Kanab, where he enjoys practicing and experiencing the different fields of physical therapy, including outpatient, acute, skilled nursing, wound care and home health with a primary interest in orthopedics and sports medicine. Brandon is happy to be back in southern Utah where he can enjoy his outdoor passions for fly-fishing, spending time with his family, training horses and coaching wrestling.

 
Craig Hadfield

Craig Hadfield, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Craig earned his bachelor degree in exercise science in his hometown at Utah State University, then his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Touro University Nevada in 2013. He has enjoyed all areas of physical therapy and is excited to have the opportunity to work in outpatient, inpatient and home health. He enjoys working with athletes and other orthopedic or spine conditions, patients with neurological conditions, and work conditioning. His professional goals are to become a certified specialist in orthopedics or geriatrics and to engage in continuing education that optimizes use of recent evidence. When not working, he enjoys family time, soccer, outdoor activities, drawing and painting, and recently started a new hobby growing bonsai trees. His goal in life is to achieve balance and excellence as a husband, father and health professional. He is excited to become an active member of the Kanab community and raise his young family.

 

Directions to Mountain Land Physical Therapy in Kanab, Utah