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Share The Love Winners!

We are excited to announce the winners of our Share The Love Drawing! Congratulations to Mark Flinders, Rhylie Gray, and Tyler Shumway, who each won an Amazon gift card by referring their friends or family members to Mountain Land from October 1st through December 31st! Our next drawing will be in April 2021 and will include all qualifying referrals sent in between January 1st and March 31st so keep those referrals coming! Be sure to make your referrals count by entering them on our website at www.mlrehab.com/sharethelove.

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January Staff Photo Spotlight

This month’s Staff Photo Spotlight is on Mandy Mehler, PT, DPT, OCS, Clinic Director and Physical Therapist at the Salt Lake Downtown location. Mandy’s photo was picked for the month of January in our 2021 calendar.
Mandy’s winning photo was taken while snowboard touring with friends throughout the Wasatch Mountains. The sun began to set as Mandy and her friends found their way to Gobbler’s Knob, a 10,246 ft. peak, overlooking beautiful Mt. Raymond. Both peaks are on the Big Cottonwood Canyon and Millcreek Canyon ridgeline.
Great photo, Mandy! Thank you for submitting it to the Staff Photo Contest and congratulations on the well-deserved win. We look forward to seeing more of your amazing photos.

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What to Know About Caesarean Sections

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Pete Barnard is our guest for this episode of the Mountain Land Pelvic Health Podcast. Peter Barnard is a certified nurse-midwife. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Fort Hays State University School of Nursing in 1985. He later received his Master of Science in Nursing degree at the University of Utah. Pete has been a certified nurse-midwife since 1990. He is trained in surgical first assist and specializes in gynecologic and oncologic surgery using the Da Vinci robotic system. During this podcast, we discuss c-section procedures, emergency vs scheduled, post-partum implications, and how pelvic floor physical therapy can assist in the healing process for scar tissue pain and adhesion and rectus diastasis.

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Postpartum Misconceptions

The female body undergoes some major changes during pregnancy and childbirth. For new mothers looking to get some “normalcy” back, there can be a feeling of uncertainty of what recovery looks like. In this video, Madison Splan, the host of the Mountain Land Pelvic Health Podcast and Clinic Director at our Murray, UT location, is here to dispel some of the most common postpartum misconceptions.

If you are interested in learning more about our Women’s Health services, please visit https://www.mlrehab.com/womenshealth/

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