Mountain Land Physical Therapy Moab

Mountain Land Physical Therapy Moab is conveniently located in the northeast corner of Moab Regional Hospital in a new, state of the art facility. The Moab Clinic offers a variety of services and treatments to help you on your road to recovery. We are proud to be located in the center of Moab surrounded by the beautiful redrock landscape of Eastern Utah. Our helpful and friendly staff is here to help you get back to doing the things you love. We’ll be there every step of the way.

See what people are saying about the Moab Clinic…

I think Cynthia is a skillful, dedicated therapist. I have the highest regard for her.

Moab Physical Therapy Staff

Jim Lewis, Physical Therapist

Jim Lewis, PT, MOMT, Cert. MDT

Clinic Director, Physical Therapist

Jim has been a physical therapist since 1989. He has a Masters Degree in Orthopedic Manual Therapy and additional certification in the McKenzie method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment of the Spine. His areas of expertise include the conservative treatment of back, neck and other orthopedic problems. Since 1994, Jim has worked for Mountain Land and is currently the director of rehabilitation services in Moab. Jim’s many interests and hobbies include spending time with his wife and three children participating in outdoor recreational activities and mountain and road biking.

Cynthia Indergard, Physical Therapist

Cynthia Indergard, PT

Physical Therapist

Cynthia earned her degree in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University located in Loma Linda, CA. She has been practicing Physical Therapy since 1987 specializing in orthopedics and, more specifically, the foot and ankle. Cynthia has been a part of the Mountain Land team since 2005. She enjoys working with people and has always been very athletic and active in sports. Cynthia’s hobbies include activities with her three children, running, hiking, outdoor life, and horses.

Emily Neuharth, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Emily’s passion for helping others fueled her dreams of becoming a physical therapist. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Mary in 2013.

Emily treats a variety of conditions from headaches to sports injuries and everything in between! She loves helping patients reach their full potential throughout their recovery. One of her strengths as a therapist is helping minimize readmission rates. She believes in working one-on-one with her patients, educating and encouraging them, from start to finish.

In addition to helping patients live their own active and healthy lifestyles, Emily enjoys spending her free time outdoors or reading a good book.

Amber Williams, Physical Therapist

Amber Williams, PT, DPT, ATC, OCS

Physical Therapist

Amber received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2009, and has been working at Mountain Land since 2011. She specializes in conservative treatment of orthopedic injuries and geriatric care.

Amber’s treatment philosophy is to help patients participate in their own treatment and learn how to avoid reinjuring in the future. Her philosophy comes from her own experience with receiving physical therapy while in college, where she learned how to improve her own health and prevent future injuries.

When she’s not in the clinic, Amber enjoys spending time with family, running, hiking, mountain biking, backpacking, camping, and knitting.

Nicholas Nakkache, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Nick’s inspiration to pursue the field of physical therapy stemmed from his father’s career as a neurosurgeon. Nick realized his passion for helping those in need when he became a camp counselor at summer camps for kids with disabilities, and then later on volunteering in hospitals and clinics. He graduated with his Bachelors in Health Science in 2011 from Philadelphia University and then went on to receive his PTA degree in May of 2015 from Provo College.

Nick’s approach to therapy is to motivate his patients to become as independent as possible and to enable them to use their functional abilities to their full potential. His goal with his patients is to help them get back to prior levels of function to improve their daily lives.

When Nick is out of the clinic he loves to be outdoors. He enjoys cruising through the mountains on his motorcycle, climbing mountain summits, downhill skiing and mountain biking.

Directions to Mountain Land Physical Therapy in Moab, Utah

Click here for directions.

Loading new locations