Mountain Land Physical Therapy
Downtown Salt Lake City

Mountain Land Physical Therapy in downtown Salt Lake City is nestled on South Temple to provide easy access to those patients who need convenient care close to where they work. Although this clinic is located in the hustle and bustle of Downtown Salt Lake, the feeling here is quite the opposite. It is relaxed and friendly, with the goal to make therapy an enjoyable break from the daily grind.

The downtown Salt Lake clinic has been recently remodeled to provide plenty of room to adequately give you the space you need to perform your exercises, and more treatment rooms for private one-on-one evaluations with our therapists. The Downtown Salt Lake clinic consistently measures outcomes of their patients, and are always at the forefront of creating new exciting programs to help many specific diagnoses get better. Examples of some of their programs include running, Trigger Point Dry Needling, dance medicine and orthopedic pediatrics.

See what people are saying about the Downtown Salt Lake Clinic…

I was very impressed with the treatment I received at Mountain Land Rehabilitation. Samantha and all her aids made me feel comfortable and I always felt that they focused on me during my appointments. As soon as I started my treatment I started feeling better and now I am pain free!!

Downtown Salt Lake Physical Therapy Staff

Christopher R. Lapray, PT, DPT, ATC

Clinic Director, Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer

Chris received his doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013 from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions after becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer at Southern Utah University in 2008. In addition to orthopedics, Chris has received extensive additional training and is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling. Chris also provides Vestibular Rehabilitation for vertigo and balance and falls management.

Chris enjoys working with his patients to help them find relief from pain and discomfort. Working one-on-one, Chris encourages results by setting goals and by making treatment fun and motivating. Chris’ background as an Athletic Trainer gives him a unique perspective in helping athletes through the Mountain Land Return to Sport and Running Medicine Programs.

Chris is a big fan of University of Utah sports. When he is not watching or attending a game he can be found golfing, fishing, hunting, skiing and spending time with his wife and two kids.

Sarah Kettner

Sarah Johncock, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

As a native of Michigan, Sarah received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Michigan in 2009, then her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Grand Valley State University in 2012. In addition to her degrees, Sarah has received extensive training in vestibular physical therapy and mechanical diagnosis and therapy.

Sarah’s passion is helping patients achieve the highest level of function possible. Sarah has a special interest in pediatric therapy, specifically including torticollis and gross motor delays, and helping those with vestibular dysfunction. She also works with patients who experience back and neck disorders using a mixture of principles including the McKenzie method.

When she’s not in the clinic, Sarah enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling to new places.

Megan Stott, LMT

Megan Stott, LMT

Licensed Massage Therapist

Megan graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in 2015 with her Certification for Therapeutic Massage and Body Work. She is trained in Orthopedic Massage and Thai Massage.

Megan uses her knowledge of the body’s systems and various treatment techniques to help patients reach their rehabilitation goals. Her goal is to help patients feel better with each visit and to experience the many benefits that massage therapy has to offer. Megan ensures credibility, integrity and professional commitment with each patient so that she can help them get back to doing the things they love again!

When she’s not in the clinic, Megan enjoys living an active lifestyle. She loves playing sports and has been playing soccer since she was five years old. She also enjoys taking every opportunity she can get to go up the mountains where she loves to go hiking and camping.

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