Welcome to Mountain Land

Therapy in every environment

Everyone has a different road on their way to recovery. Mountain Land is committed to being with you every step of the way. As a comprehensive rehabilitation provider, we provide therapy services in a variety of settings, including outpatient clinics, skilled nursing facilities, hospitals and even in the comfort of your home.

Regardless of where you receive rehabilitation, you can be assured that Mountain Land therapists have the training and skills to help you reach your best possible outcome. Many of our therapists are board certified and have specialized in techniques and methods in all areas of therapy.

Featured Programs & Services

Women's Health

Women’s Health

Addressing common women’s health challenges with Physical Therapy.

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Running Rehab


The science of running, keeping you running.

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TMJ/TMD Therapy

TMJ Therapy

We take a team approach to treating TMJ/TMD.

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Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic Therapy

Just add water!

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Board Certified Specialists

As part of our dedication to Clinical Excellence, many of our therapists are Board Certified in their field. Click here to learn more about the benefits of seeing a Board Certified Specialist.


usaWe have locations throughout the Western United States including Utah, Idaho, Montana, Colorado and California. Click here to find a location near you.

Running Summit

Mountain Land Running Summit

Join us for the fourth annual Mountain Land Running Summit in beautiful Park City, Utah. Network with colleagues and leaders in the field of Running Medicine in a relaxed atmosphere surrounded by the stunning fall colors of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. With up to 14.5 CEU’s available, the 2019 Mountain Land Running Summit features up to presentations covering a range of Running Medicine topics including the latest on running shoes, running injury risk factors, strength training prescription for distance runners, the role of sleep in performance and injury, and sprinting mechanics and risk of hamstring strain injury. Visit summit.mlrehab.com for more information.