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Welcome Zachary Weber, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert, DN!


Help us Welcome Zachary Weber, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. DN! Zachary received his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from The University of Mississippi – Ole Miss. He went on to earn his doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center for physical therapy. Zachary completed a year of orthopedic residency training through Select Medical with Kentucky Orthopedic Rehab Team in Louisville, KY and is certified in Dry Needling through the American Spinal Manipulative Institute.
Specializing in musculoskeletal orthopedic conditions, Zachary is also trained in dry needling on the upper and lower body, vestibular therapy and working with tactical athletes including military, police officers and firefighters. He strives to listen and connect with each one of his patients and create individual treatment plans that are tailored to their goals. Zachary is passionate about empowering his patients by giving them the tools they will need to heal and return to doing the activities they enjoy.
Zachary enjoys spending time with his wife hiking, trail running, skiing, camping, traveling and playing all sports!

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Say Hello to Sarah Thomsen, PT, DPT, GCS!


Say Hello to Sarah Thomsen, PT, DPT, GCS! Sarah earned a doctorate degree in physical therapy from St. Ambrose University, Davenport, IA in 2017. She completed a geriatric residency in 2019 through the University of Minnesota and became a Certified Geriatric Specialist in 2020.
Sarah specializes in geriatric physical therapy. She strives to make every patient feel comfortable during physical therapy and believes in focusing on the whole patient and not just the impairments. Sarah’s therapy philosophy: movement is the key. By encouraging her patients to move, they can heal and get back to doing what they enjoy.
When not in the clinic, Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband dirt biking on single track or taking their dog, Nala, on hikes in the mountains. She also loves learning new things, meeting new people, and she is always up for an adventure.

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Help us Welcome Sarah Mowrey, PT, DPT!


Help us welcome Sarah Mowrey, PT, DPT, our newest physical therapist to our Downtown Salt Lake and Holladay clinics!
Sarah Mowrey received her bachelor’s degree in health and human sciences in 2017 from Northern Illinois University. She went on to earn her doctorate of physical therapy in 2020.
Sarah has experience treating general orthopedics, post-surgical care, acute care, and neurological conditions. She has worked with patients as young as four to geriatric. She has also studied RockTape Functional Movement Training (FMT). Sarah strives to make every patient feel comfortable when coming to physical therapy, and ensures that each patient has an individualized plan of care to meet their specific needs. She believes that “movement is medicine,” and by giving her patients the right tools, they will have a clear path to reach their goals and return to the activities they enjoy.
Sarah moved to Salt Lake City from the Chicagoland region. When not treating patients, Sarah likes running, power lifting, reading and spending time with family and friends. She also loves taking her labradoodle, Walter, for walks and to the dog park.
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Colorectal Conditions & Procedures


Dr. Abby Crume is our guest for this episode of Mountain Land Pelvic Health Podcast. She attended medical School at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, University of North Texas, Fort Worth, TX followed by her Residency at the Maine Medical Center, Portland, Maine and her Fellowship at St. Mark’s Hospital Colon and Rectal Surgery. She has board certifications in both surgery and colon and rectal surgery. Dr. Crume serves on the Faculty for St. Marks Hospital Colon and Rectal Surgery Fellowship. During this podcast we discuss the multidisciplinary approach for treatment of fecal incontinence, rectal prolapse and colo-rectal cancers in regards to diagnosis and the treatment paradigm including medication, nerve stimulators, surgeries and pelvic floor physical therapy.

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