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Mountain Land Physical Therapy Holladay

The Mountain Land Physical Therapy Holladay clinic provides physical therapy and rehabilitation services to residents of Holladay, Utah and the surrounding communities including Salt Lake City and Cottonwood Heights.

The Holladay clinic is located downstairs, in the new Olympus Clinic family practice building. Finished in fall 2015, the new clinic features a spacious gym with state of the art equipment and private treatment rooms. This Holladay clinic takes an active approach in providing physical therapy to the local residents of the great town of Holladay. Because of our close relationship with the physicians upstairs at the Olympus Clinic, we can create a better environment of communication between the doctors and the therapists to make sure you are getting the care you deserve.

TMJ/TMD Therapy

In addition to providing a wide range of therapy and rehabilitation services, the Holladay clinic specializes in treating patients with jaw pain such as TMJ/TMD. TMD stands for Temporomandibular joint disorder and is usually characterized by pain in the jaw that may cause headaches, popping, clicking, difficulty chewing or ringing in the ears.

If you are experiencing pain when you chew or any other jaw pain, it’s possible that you may suffer from TMD. Our specially trained TMJ/TMD physical therapists can work with you to identify the cause and help you get back to a life free of chronic jaw pain.

See what people are saying about the Holladay Clinic…

I have nothing but the best to say about Brian and the other staff at the Holladay location. They were all extremely helpful and encouraging. It is obvious that they all are very concerned with the well being and appropriate treatment of everyone that enters. No matter the situation, if I ever need therapy services again, I will be going here!

Holladay Physical Therapy Staff

Brian Bay Physical Therapist Clinic Director at Holladay clinic

Brian Bay, PT, DPT, OCS

Clinic Director, Physical Therapist,
Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist

Brian grew up in Sandy, Utah and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Utah where he obtained a Bachelor’s in exercise science with minors in nutrition and Spanish.

Brian graduated with his Doctor of Physical Therapy from ATSU in Mesa, Arizona where his program focused on manual therapy techniques and emphasized the importance of an evidence-based practice approach. Brian is fluent in Spanish and has additional experience in treating disorders of the Temporomandibular joint (TMJ).

Brian is a proud husband and father of four children, a boy and three girls. He enjoys participating in water sports, namely knee-boarding, water skiing, and tubing. Brian enjoys running, and in training the injured athlete to return to running pain free.

Shane DiBiase Pysical Therapy Assistant at Holladay clinic

Shane DiBiase, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Shane earned his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from North Idaho College in 2016 before joining the Mountain Land Team.

Shane enjoys utilizing manual therapy techniques and is excited to see the difference it can make for his patients. As a very active person, Shane was inspired to become a Physical Therapist after experiencing first-hand the impact an injury can make to one’s day-to-day life. He strives to make each patient’s time in therapy as positive as possible and enjoys helping them get back to what they love to do.

When he’s not in the clinic, Shane enjoys being active and spending time outdoors playing hockey, golfing, snowboarding, skateboarding, mountain biking, and exploring new places to camp and backpack.

Jules Olsen Physical Therapist Assistant at Holladay clinic

Jules Olsen, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Jules earned her Physical Therapy Assistant and Bachelor’s degree of Exercise Physiology from Brigham Young University – Idaho in December 2018.

Jules’ focus is on orthopedics, sports and running injuries, balance training for the geriatric population, and physical therapy for musicians. Jules strives to make each patient feel comfortable and important while she treats his or her specific and individual needs. She feels that effective hands-on manual treatments and ensuring patient education and understanding are vital parts of treatment. She is passionate about helping others heal and feel better while witnessing them get back to doing what they love.

When Jules is not in the office, she enjoys running, playing the violin, music, and spending time outdoors hiking, playing soccer, skiing, golfing, and boating.

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