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.
See what people are saying about the Kanab Clinic...
Brandon is a very good therapist he has always explained the injury and the plan he has for me. … I really like the staff and would recommend them to other patients.
I regret that I had not began treatment as soon as my doctor recommended it as I suffered needlessly . I went into your office and with Wade’s treatments I left with full use of both of me feet again.
All the folks that work at Mountain Land are great. They are friendly & very hard working.
Great staff all the way around. Craig is very professional. Will use Mountain Land again.
Brandon and his staff are friendly, courteous, helpful and know what they are doing. I definitely benefited from my time in their care.
Wade and staff were exceptional – in our rural area this level of service is rare and greatly appreciated. I would gladly recommend to all residents of Kane County that they do not have to travel 80 miles to get professional physical therapy. Thank you so much!
Kanab Physical Therapy Staff
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.
Wade Nielson, PT, DPT
Wade earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an emphasis in Biology from Southern Utah University in 2013. He later earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2015. Wade has been a part of the Mountain Land team since 2015.
As a Division 1 student athlete in college, Wade found an interest in how the human body moves and how specific training and rehabilitation improves function. Wade enjoys working with his patients to understand their diagnosis and their individualized plan of care. Wade takes pride in helping people improve their quality of life in a fun and productive environment.
In his spare time, Wade enjoys spending time with his wife and kids, exploring the outdoors and playing sports.
Michelle Harward, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Michelle joined the Mountain Land team in 2016. She earned her Associates as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Provo College in May of 2016.
Michelle loves working with people and helping patients achieve their goals towards recovery. She’s passionate about making the process of therapy fun and enjoyable for her patients from start to finish. She believes the best approach is to treat each patient with compassion and listen to what they have to say first. She ultimately wants her patients feeling their very best so they can get back to doing the things they love.
In her spare time, Michelle loves the outdoors so she spends most of her time traveling, exploring new places or hiking her favorite spots.
Directions to Mountain Land Physical Therapy in Kanab, Utah
Address355 North Main St. Kanab, UT 84741 Phone: (435) 644-4199 Fax: (435) 644-8562 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Directions
- Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Pneumatic Unweighting
- Running Program
- Sports Injuries
- Video Running Analysis