Mountain Land Physical Therapy Layton
The Layton clinic is located in the Layton Medical building off Highway 193. This location offers a wide variety of specialty therapies including ASTYM, pneumatic unweighting, aquatic, pediatric, hand and vestibular/balance rehabilitation. Therapists at the Layton clinic have also provided therapy to the athletes of local schools for many years.
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Mountain Land Physical Therapy in Layton was a positive experience in treatment. I recommend them to everyone who needs therapy.
I was very impressed with the customer service I received here and will definitely refer my friends and family here. Everyone who worked here was so very nice and was willing to answer all of my questions. It felt like going home because everyone was so nice.
I had a great experience at Mountain Land Rehabilitation. This was my first time dealing with any type of rehab. The whole staff was phenomenal and I would recommend anyone to Mountain Land.
Everyone I dealt with was extremely courteous and helpful. Everyone worked together as a team and I could not have had a better experience. The results has made a difference in the quality of my life.
I was always treated with utmost respect. I would highly recommend this clinic to others and have often done so. A special “shout out” to Kurt who made me feel comfortable and appreciated every step of the way.
I had a great experience and was pleased with my improvement. The staff is phenomenal, and so fun and easy going. It made PT such a pleasant experience.
I have had several other experiences with PT at other facilities, but this was by far the best! Everyone was kind, helpful and knowledgable. I will definitely recommend this facility to others and will come back if I’m ever in need of PT again.
It is rare for me to give perfect scores on every survey question. In short, my experience at Mountain Land Rehabilitation was great. The whole team was professional, courteous, friendly and effective. I do not plan on needing physical therapy for a while, but if I ever need it, I plan to choose the Mountain Land Rehabilitation group on Church Street.
I was referred to this facility by two friends who had been previously. They said I must see Kurt!!! Now I know why and I will definitely be referring him to anyone I know who needs physical therapy, he’s absolutely the best!!!!!
Kurt and all the staff at Mountain Land in layton have been very helpful and courteous. I have had many physical therapists in Utah and Kurt is by far the best around.
Such a wonderful crew! Fun to be around and they really care about there patients. The love is real! Thank you very much for putting me back together! Knock on wood but I would definitely come back!
This was the most pleasant experience I ever had with physical therapy, every single person was nice, courteous and respectful. I will recommend this to all of my friends and family.
I absolutely loved Kurt and all of the staff at mountainland. I would recommend him to anyone. Very impressed with his knowledge and the care he takes of each individual.
GREAT TEAM, have sent coworkers and friends to MLR and will continue to do so. Kurt, Tiff and the rest of the team at MLR are some of the best if not the best and would go back if I break again.
I have the utmost respect for Tiffany and would highly recommend her to anyone I know who is in need of PT
I am absolutely so thankful that I got the chance to go to this great place every week. I have made significant improvements after my knee surgery and will most definitely miss everyone.
It was great to have a therapist who helped me out so much before surgery. I knew I would be well taken care of post surgery as well. … All of the therapists and staff were great to work with and really cared about me as a patient.
Very responsive, gentle and courteous. Kurt insured all my concerns were addressed and we took an adequate amount of time. At no time did I feel rushed, or that Kurt was in a hurry to leave me and move on to another patient.
After surgery I was in so much pain I didn’t know how I’d ever get back to normal but now I feel great. Everyone was incredibly friendly (and funny!). I thought PT would be a nuisance but I was way wrong, I learned a ton and enjoyed it. I can’t thank you guys enough.
I really felt like the therapists and the techs all really cared about me as a patient and genuinely wanted me to get better.
Layton Physical Therapy Staff
Kurt Leschke, PT, DPT, OCS
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Kurt grew up in South Ogden and graduated from the University of Utah with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2007. He has been a therapist for Mountain Land Rehabilitation since his graduation. His areas of specialty include general orthopedics and treatment of the spine.
Kurt was inspired to enter this field because of his desire to assist and witness healing taking place on a daily basis. Kurt takes a hands on approach to treating his patients. He is a people person and enjoys building relationships that will help his patients succeed. For him, it is a rewarding and powerful experience to help someone improve day by day.
Kurt lives in Layton and enjoys golfing, traveling, following sports, reading, and spending time with his wife Michelle and their two children.
Tiffany Vendela, PT, DPT
Tiffany received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University Of North Dakota in 2008. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with her bachelors degree in Kinesiology and health in 2005. Tiffany joined Mountain Land Physical therapy in 2010. She has experience in orthopedic, geriatric, pediatric and women’s health physical therapy.
She went into physical therapy because it was a combination of two of her biggest passions, sports and helping others. Her goal with each patient is to make a difference in their lives and to help them progress to their previous level of function.
In her free time, Tiffany enjoys her family, boating, being active, being outdoors and traveling.
Susan Ashdown, PT, DPT
Susan graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professionals in December 2015. She earned her Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology from Brigham Young University in 2013 with her thesis studying the functional movement screen and it’s relation to other performance measures. She also graduated from the University of Utah with her Bachelors in Exercise Sport Science with a minor in Nutrition in 2007.
Susan believes in treating the whole person, not just the injury, as everything is connected. Susan has her certification in trigger point dry needling, specializes in pelvic health including men and women, orthopedic injury, as well as working with balance and dizziness, and pediatric clientele. Her favorite part of therapy is witnessing her patients’ improvements and returning them to what they love to do.
In her free time she loves aerial fitness, hiking and biking with her family, and dancing with her husband. She also loves music and plays the flute and piano.
Brynne Gerrard, PT, DPT
Brynne Gerrard earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Brigham Young University in 2018. She went on to graduate with a doctorate degree in physical therapy from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. Brynne also speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese.
Brynne specializes in orthopedics, focusing on helping athletes, post-surgical rehabilitation, and treating lower back pain. She has also trained in balance/fall prevention for the geriatric population as well as vestibular rehabilitation. After experiencing first-hand the benefits of physical therapy for an injury to her Achilles’, Brynne felt like she was part of a team with her therapist. Brynne strives to incorporate that same “team approach” while working with her patients to help them reach their goals and provide the tools they’ll need to maintain their progress and get back to doing the things they love.
When not in the clinic, Brynne enjoys traveling, running, swimming, hiking, playing the piano, singing and spending as much time as she can with family and friends. She is also an avid fan of BYU football and the Utah Jazz.
Eric Scot Neil, PTA, CST
Physical Therapist Assistant, Certified Surgical Technologist
Eric graduated from Weber State University with his General Studies Associate’s Degree prior to receiving his certification as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Salt Lake City Community College. Eric pursued further education at Davis Applied Technology College where he earned his Surgical Technologist Degree.
Eric specializes in hand therapy and rehabilitation. When he works with patients he implements both fun and effective ways for them to progress. Eric strives to make a difference in his patients’ lives, making sure they’re satisfied with their therapy so that they can get back to doing the things they love.
In his spare time, Eric enjoys spending time with his family and keeping active. He enjoys camping, hiking, dirt biking, snowboarding, skateboarding and playing ice hockey.
Directions to Mountain Land Physical Therapy in Layton, Utah
- ASTYM Services
- Aquatic Therapy
- Board Certified Specialist
- Pneumatic Unweighting
- Running Program
- Sports Injuries
- Video Running Analysis
Hours of Operation
Monday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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