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Stansbury Park Physical Therapy

Mountain Land Physical Therapy Stansbury Park

The Mountain Land Physical Therapy Stansbury Park Clinic is conveniently located just off Hwy 36 to accommodate the residents of Stansbury Park and those traveling in and out of Tooele County. The friendly staff resides in the community, giving this clinic comfortable a “home-town” feel.

Providing care for a rural community, the Stansbury Park clinic is equipped to treat a variety of injuries, pains, and strain you might experience. We commonly treat low back pain, work related injuries, sports injuries, and provide post-operative rehabilitation. The Stansbury Park clinic also has access to a pool for aquatic therapy when that is needed for their patients.

See what people are saying about the Stansbury Park Clinic…

Awesome therapist and staff. I received exceptional care. Could not ask for better service.

Stansbury Park Physical Therapy Staff


Scott Warner

Scott Warner, PT, DPT

Clinic Director, Physical Therapist

Scott graduated from Utah State University with his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science in 2013. He continued his education at the University of the Pacific with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015.

Scott specializes in several manual therapy techniques as well as treating spine conditions. He also has experience using cupping techniques, trigger point release, and muscle energy techniques. Scott’s goal is to help patients finish their rehabilitation process and function at the level prior to their injury or condition. He is dedicated to providing the best therapy to each patient so that they can reach their rehabilitation goals and get back to doing the things they love again.

When he’s not in the clinic, Scott loves spending time with his wife and dogs. He also enjoys playing sports, watching movies and spending time outdoors, hiking, camping and shooting.


Linda R. Shober, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Linda earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of New England, in Portland, Maine, in 2019. She first began working for Mountain Land in 2015 as a Therapy Tech and then a Clinic Coordinator before going to school to earn her doctorate.

In addition to her experience in orthopedics and post-surgical rehabilitation, Linda also has experience working with patients who have Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease. She strives to be creative with intervention and has done research exploring the use of breathing and relaxation techniques to supplement treatment. Linda has a passion for optimizing posture and breathing to reduce pain and improve athletic performance. She focuses on the big picture and helps her patients reach their therapy goals so they can get back to doing the things that make them happy.

When not in the office, Linda enjoys playing doubles sand volleyball, shooting three-pointers, and rock climbing. She also loves dancing Salsa and catching live music!


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