Congratulations to Michelle Johnatakis, PTA, who was selected as the PTA of the Year by the Utah Physical Therapy Association (UPTA). Michelle¹s award was presented by our very own Nylin Johnson, who won PT of the Year from UPTA last year.
Michelle joined Mountain Land in 2005, and specializes in aquatic therapy. She enjoys the one-on-one nature of aquatic therapy and has seen life-changing benefits for her patients.
The award is well deserved and we are excited for Michelle¹s continued success. Thanks for your hard work, Michelle, and congratulations!
Nick captured his winning photo at The Subway of Zion National Park, right at the end of October when the fall colors were popping. To get to the location of the photo, Nick and some friends took the Russel Gulch entrance into The Subway, which involved three 100-foot rappels and plenty of swimming. Being so late in the season, the water was ice cold. Below is a video Nick made of their hike that day.
To get the swirl of the leaves in the photo, Nick left the shutter open for 30 seconds. He used a Canon 60D camera with an ultra wide-angle lens.
Nick enjoys shooting landscapes and does architectural photography and portraits as well. Most of what Nick has learned about photography he picked up through experience.
Nick loves spending time outdoors and sharing his experiences through his photos and videos. He also runs a popular outdoors website called Backcountry Post where thousands of hikers and backpackers get together to share photos and experiences from their outdoor adventures.
Awesome shot, Nick. We are excited to see many more photos from you and hope to see them in this year’s contest and calendar!
It’s almost time to announce the winners in our 2014 Staff Photo Contest, but before we can, we need more submissions of winter-related photos. Send us your best photos of skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, wildlife, winter landscapes or just about anything winter-related. If you’re lucky, you might just end up with a spot in our 2015 Calendar and a $50 Gift Card. Click here to submit your winter photo today! Winter photos will be accepted through Monday, October 6th, 2014.
One of the most active joints in the body is the Temporomandibular joint, or TMJ. When this joint is injured, it can cause a great deal of pain. If you know someone who experiences any symptoms of Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD), Share the Love by referring them to a Mountain Land Physical Therapy clinic.
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