Staff Photo Spotlight: Nick Woolley

This month’s Staff Photo Spotlight is on Nick Woolley, Director of Marketing at our home office in Salt Lake City, Utah. Nick’s photo was chosen for the month of January in our 2020 calendar.

Nick’s winning photo was taken last summer at the Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau, Alaska. On the way to the Yukon for a rafting trip, Nick, along with his friends, decided to paddle across Mendenhall Lake to get an up close view of the magnificent glacier that most people don’t get the opportunity to see. The photo of Nick was taken by his friend, Collin Jones, as they paddled along the face of the glacier.

Awesome shot Nick and Collin! Thanks for submitting this great photo to the Staff Photo Contest and congratulations on the well deserved win.

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Pelvic Congestive Therapy Options

Dr. Aaron Frosham is the guest for this episode of Mountain Land Pelvic Health Podcast. Dr. Frodsham received his bachelors degree from Brigham Young University, attended medical school a the University of Vermont College of Medicine followed by his residency in radiology at Yale University, Hospital of St. Raphael and concluded with his internship in vascular and interventional radiology at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. During this podcast, we discuss what interventional radiology is, common diagnosis treated including uterine fibroids and pelvic congestion syndrome, as well as the multidisciplinary approach with pelvic therapists.

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Meet Dylan Metters, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC!

Meet Dylan Metters, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC, our new Physical Therapist at our Tooele, Utah clinic. Dylan earned his Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Utah in 2014 and went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2018. He is also a certified and licensed athletic trainer.

Dylan specializes in orthopedics and sports medicine and his athletic training background has allowed him to work with high school, college and professional athletes. Dylan also has experience treating neuro patients with diagnoses such as: Traumatic brain injuries, strokes, post-op spinal fusion, concussions, Parkinson’s disease, vertigo, and multiple sclerosis to name a few. He is passionate about taking a hands-on approach and is skilled in many manual therapy techniques. He also prides himself in creating strong relationships with his patients, considering them as a whole and involving them in their plan of care as much as possible to get them back to living their best.

Dylan enjoys weight lifting, playing guitar, and spending time outdoors hiking, camping, fly-fishing and participating in and watching sports with his wife, Tara and dog, Rex!

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Barefoot Running Acclimation

Karsten Hollander, MD, PhD of the University of Hamburg is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Hollander is an assistant professor specializing in sports medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation. He served as the team physician for the German cross-country skiing national team and on the medical advisory board of the German Athletic Association (middle and long-distance running). He completed his PhD in biomechanics studying the “Long-term adaptations of habitually barefoot locomotion on foot morphology and biomechanics during childhood and adolescence.” He is currently a visiting fellow at the Spaulding National Running Center and postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School.

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