KC attended Utah State University and majored in Exercise Physiology. He graduated from Rockhurst University in Kansas City in 1993. He returned to his roots in Layton after graduation and has been with Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy ever since. KC specializes in out-patient orthopedics and sports medicine and has provided high school sports medicine coverage for over 25 years. KC enjoys treating patients with a variety of diagnoses, complexities and treating patients of all ages. He is blood flow restriction certified and has been a member of the APTA and Sports Medicine Section since 1991.
KC enjoys spending time with family, working out, running, mountain biking and a variety of sports.
Sheldon graduated from the University of Utah physical therapy program in 1992. Since that time he has worked in Davis County at the Layton facility. In 2000, he and two other partners started Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy. He currently has administrative roles at Wasatch Peak, as well as treats patients at the Layton office. His areas of specialties are treating knees and shoulders and he enjoys rehabbing total joint arthroplasties. He is ASTYM certified and has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1991.
Sheldon and his wife reside in Davis County where they have raised their four children. In his free time, he can be found at a Jazz basketball game or anything you can do on the lake, from fishing to wake surfing with his grandchildren.
MPA, Owner, Business Manager
Jason graduated from Weber State University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Service Administration and then from Brigham Young University in 2004 with a Master’s in Public Administration. He joined Wasatch Peak In 1997 and has served as the Business Manager since 2000 – He joined the clinic partnership in 2010 with KC Logan and Sheldon Cox.
Jason and his wife Staci reside in Syracuse where they have raised two daughters, Aubri and Sara. He enjoys spending time with family, fly fishing, fly tying and watching the Chicago Bears.
Kristen graduated from the University of Oregon in 1995 with her bachelor’s degree and then attended the University of Utah where she graduated from the physical therapy program in 1999. She began her career working at Wasatch Peak and has continued her time in the Layton Clinic. Kristen has specialized in upper extremity therapy for the last 15 year and became a certified hand therapist (CHT) in 2018. Kristen is also involved in the medical sports coverage at Layton High school where she works with the football and wrestling programs.
Kristen is originally from Oregon, but has lived in Utah for the last 20 years. She and her husband live in Salt Lake City and are raising their son who keeps them extremely busy. In her free-time she enjoys playing tennis, running, going to the movies and watching sports. She is an avid Duck fan and Ute fan.
Royce graduated from Utah State University in 1989 in physical education with a pre-physical therapy emphasis. He graduated from Chapman University in 1993 with a graduate degree in physical therapy. Royce is currently working in the Layton clinic and has been with Wasatch Peak physical therapy for the past 14 years. He is currently the director of the cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs. He has also completed the vestibular competency certification from the national APTA and treats patients with balance, dizziness and vestibular disorders. Royce also treats patients with a variety of neurological conditions and general orthopedics.
Royce and his wife currently live in Davis County with their five children. In his spare time, Royce enjoys boating with his family, fishing and spending any time in the outdoors. Go Aggies!
PT, DPT, OCS
Lindsey graduated from the Washington University in St. Louis Program in Physical Therapy in 2015. Upon graduating, Lindsey moved to Utah and began working at Wasatch Peak in the Layton Clinic. She has been an Orthopedic Certified Specialist since 2019 and enjoys seeing hip and knee pain. She has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2012.
Lindsey is originally from Indiana, but has lived in Salt Lake City since moving to Utah. In her free time, she competes in triathlons and enjoys spending time in the mountains.
Kimberly graduated from the University of North Dakota physical therapy program in May 2002. As a new graduate, her first job was at Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy. Since that time she has worked primarily in out-patient settings with patients with varying diagnoses from orthopedic and joint conditions to generalized weakness and balance disorders caused by various neurological and inner ear conditions. She enjoys working with a variety of patients and conditions. She currently works at all 4 of the Wasatch Peak clinics as well as helping in the acute care setting at Davis Hospital as needed.
She and her husband have lived across the U.S. from coast to coast as well as in the Midwest, and also had the privilege of spending a few years in England. After living in Utah in the early 2000s, they have now returned, put down roots, and are raising their family of 3 children, a dog, 2 cats, and a small flock of chickens in Davis County. They enjoy spending time in the desert and the local mountains hiking, skiing, mountain biking, camping, and exploring the beautiful state of Utah.
PT, DPT, MS, OCS
Pam earned a BS in Physical Therapy in 1992, an MS in Exercise Physiology in 1999, and a Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2011, all from the University of Utah. She has enjoyed providing Physical Therapy care to patients for 28 years, recently obtaining the APTBS Orthopedic Specialty Board Certification (2019). Having taken the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health coursework (Levels I – III), she began specializing in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in 2014, and has found this additional practice area to be interesting and fulfilling; as it constitutes a unique opportunity to introduce mindfulness practice and to access the mind-body connection to optimize health and well-being for her clients.
Pam has a son who is a professional juggler extraordinaire, and, when not working, she enjoys hiking in Utah’s beautiful deserts or Wasatch Front Mountains, teaching and practicing yoga.
Olivia graduated from the University of Utah in 2018 with her doctorate in physical therapy. Olivia also completed her bachelor’s in athletic training from Weber State University in 2014. Olivia’s areas of specialties include pelvic floor dysfunctions, orthopedics and sports medicine.
Olivia’s interests include hiking with her husband and dogs, watching Green Bay Packers games and traveling with her family.
Tyler graduated from AT Still University at the Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2007. He began his professional career working at a Skilled Nursing Facility in Salt Lake City. In 2008 he became a full-time employee at Wasatch Peak Physical therapy. He currently is the director of rehab services at Davis Hospital and Medical Center. He spends most of his time working in the hospital but does see patients in the Layton clinic. His areas of specialty include acute care, geriatrics and neuro rehabilitation working primarily with stroke survivors in the out-patient clinic. He has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2004.
Tyler and his wife along with his four children reside in Weber County. In his free time, you will find him supporting his children at soccer games, tumbling meets, choir concerts and piano recitals. He enjoys spending time on the golf course and making his yard beautiful.
AT Layton High School
Jami graduated from the University of Utah in the athletic training program in 2003. She has been working in the Layton clinic and providing Sports Medicine coverage for the athletes at Layton High school since the summer of 2003. She spends her mornings in the clinic working with patients, and every afternoon at Layton High School working with the various sports teams. While in college she spent four years helping with sports medicine at Dixie State University, and the University of Utah. She was able to work with the Dixie State softball team for two seasons, the Dixie State football team for one season, the University of Utah football team for two seasons, and the University of Utah gymnastics team for one season.
Jami grew up in Clinton, Utah and attended Clearfield High school. She coached power tumbling for four years, which sparked her interest in sports medicine, influencing her to pursue a profession in Athletic Training. She is a huge college football fan. She enjoys the outdoors, hiking, paddle boarding, and spending time at the beach.
Sheila graduated from BYU in 1978 with her RN and graduated from Weber State in 2005 with her BSN. Sheila worked at Davis Hospital from 1994 until 2016, during that time she was the clinical director of Geriatric Psychology unit, Co-director of inpatient services – Surgical, Medical, Pediatrics and Inpatient Rehabilitation. She also served as director of Medical inpatient services. She is currently a cardiac nurse at Wasatch Peak and works as a nurse for Davis County Corrections.
Sheila has been married to a high school football coach for 37 years and has raised her 3 children in Davis County. She has 2 grandchildren and one on the way! Her hobbies are watching and supporting her husband’s football team and spending time with her family. Roll Tide!
RN, MSN, CDE
Cindy graduated from Weber State with an RN in nursing in 1986; in 1999 she graduated with her BSN and in 2011 with her MSN. She has worked at Davis Hospital and Medical center for 33 years with 20 years in the ICU/CCU. During that time she was the director of the ICU/CCU for 5 years and the director of cardiac services. She also started several programs for quality care. She is a Basic EKG and an ACLS Instructor. She is a certified diabetic educator.
Currently she is a diabetes educator at Tanner Clinic and program coordinator. She is the communication director of American Diabetes Association. She serves as an adjunct faculty at USU nursing program, and is one of our Cardiac Rehab nurses at Wasatch Peak.
Rachel graduated from Weber State in 2000 with her nursing degree. She has since worked in hospital settings; medical, telemetry, Emergency department and home health in Utah and Arizona. She currently works at Davis Hospital and Medical center and is a Cardiac Rehab nurse at Wasatch Peak.
She and her husband have 4 children, 18 year old twins (Boy and Girl), a 14 year old boy and 12 year old girl. Her hobbies are watching sports, especially her children’s, soccer and swimming. She also enjoys reading, playing the piano, hiking and traveling!
Shawn Graduated from Utah State University in 2011 with a Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology. He earned his Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in January 2012. He has been a member of The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) since 2011. Shawn has worked for Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy since 2013. He works at Davis Hospital and the Layton Clinic; he will travel to all clinic sites if requested. His areas of specialties include Dysphagia, Dysarthria, Aphasia, Cognition, and working with Articulation/Phonological Disorders. He enjoys helping those who recently suffered Strokes or Traumatic Brain Injuries, along with those who have difficulty swallowing. He also enjoys working with children who need help improving their speech.
Shawn and his wife reside in Davis County where they have 3 children. In his spare time, he can be found doing anything outside with his family. He is an avid USU Aggie and LA Dodger fan. Go Aggies!! Go Dodgers!!
MOT, OTR/L, CLT
Jeremy graduated from the University of Utah in 2012 with a Master’s Degree of Occupational Therapy. Since June 2012 he has worked at the Davis Hospital doing acute care. He also does outpatient care at the Layton Clinic as well as Home Health in Davis County. His areas of specialty include rehabilitation of patients with stroke and TBI. He also is a Lymphedema Certified Therapist and enjoys seeing people reach goals in managing and regaining function to participate in chosen activities. Jeremy has been a member of American Occupational Therapy Association, Utah Occupational Therapy Association and registered Occupational Therapist with NBCOT.
Jeremy lives in Cache Valley with his wife and 5 children. He enjoys spending time with his family outdoors, paddle boarding, kayaking, camping and taking care of the yard.
Darcy graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s in psychology in 1999. She attended Washington University in St. Louis where she received a master’s in Occupational therapy in 2002. She has experience in neurological rehabilitation, geriatrics, pediatrics, and newborn intensive care (NICU). In 2019, Darcy became a certified lactation counselor to better assist with breast feeding in preterm infants. Darcy has worked at Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy’s Layton Clinic/Davis Hospital and Medical Center since 2015. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Darcy resides in Davis County with her family. When she’s not keeping her energetic boys occupied at the park, doing school work, reading with them, building forts or keeping them from turning her furniture into a jungle gym, she enjoys reading, music and spending time with her husband.
Elizabeth Fanslow GiVogue
Beth graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 1988 with a BS in Occupational Therapy. Since that time Beth has worked in various areas of O.T. including inpatient rehabilitation, acute care, SNF rehabilitation, work hardening, and outpatient rehabilitation, in Michigan, North Carolina, Idaho, and Utah. Beth began working at Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy in Dec. 2014 where she focuses her skills in acute care treatment at Davis Hospital and Medical Center and in outpatient rehab in the Layton Clinic.
Beth enjoys spending time with her family biking, skiing, paddle boarding, hiking and watching college sports.
Matt graduated from the University of Utah physical therapy program in 1995. After graduation he joined the Wasatch Peak team and has worked with them throughout his career. He worked at the Layton office from 1995-2005. He currently works and manages our Syracuse office. His area of interest is in outpatient orthopedics.
Matt and his wife reside in Layton where they raised their five kids, three of which are now married. His interests revolve around his family. From helping his kids with a project to weekends on the lake, he loves to stay busy. Throughout the winter you can find him on the slopes of Snowbasin.
Justin graduated from the University of Utah physical therapy program in 2012. Since then he has worked in a variety of settings including outpatient rehab, acute hospital rehab and onsite work rehab. Justin has worked with Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy since 2012. He works in the Syracuse office and as part of the physical therapy staff at Davis Hospital and Medical Center. Justin treats all general orthopedic injuries/surgeries including joint replacements and is Graston Certified.
Justin resides in Davis County with his wife and four kids. He can be found running after his kids, working on his house and yard and enjoys relaxing with a good movie or outdoor activities.
DPT, OCS, CSMT
Josh graduated from Utah State University with his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and then continued his education at UNLV where he received his doctorate degree in physical therapy in 2010. He has continued his learning and is now an orthopedic certified specialist, certified spinal manual therapist, and certified in blood flow restriction therapy. He enjoys treating all orthopedic, sport and spine issues. He currently works at the Farmington clinic; helps cover the athletics at Davis High school and works one weekend a month at Davis hospital in the in-patient setting.
Josh and his wife live in Davis County where they are raising two amazing boys. When he is not at work you will find him usually on a soccer field refereeing, playing or coaching. He also enjoys going to the gym, hiking, watching movies or traveling with his family.
MS, AT Davis High School
Marissa graduated with her Master’s in Athletic Training from Weber State University in 2017 and has been with Wasatch Peak ever since. She splits her time between the Farmington clinic and Davis High School. She especially enjoys being around high school athletics and finds true joy in getting them back on the field. She’s been a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association since 2015.
Marissa and her husband Bryan reside in Syracuse, where they were both born and raised. Marissa grew up with a passion for sports, but especially playing soccer and watching Jazz basketball. She enjoys backpacking, fishing, pickleball, biking or just about anything outdoors.
Randy graduated with a BS in Athletic Training from Weber State in 2005; He graduated with his doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2008 from Regis University. His emphasis is in Manual Therapy, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. He is Dry Needle certified and a member of the APTA. Randy is the director of the Roy Clinic and has been instrumental in opening both the Farmington Clinic and the Roy Clinic for Wasatch Peak.
He enjoys spending time with family, mountain biking, triathlons, camping, and horseback riding.
PT, DPT, OCS
Derrick graduated from the U.S. Army-Baylor Physical Therapy program in 2012. He then served as an active duty Army physical therapist until 2016. During that time, he became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist. Since leaving active duty for the Army Reserves and moving back home to Utah, he has worked in home health, hospital, and outpatient settings. He currently works in our Roy facility as well as home health throughout Weber and Davis counties. Derrick currently enjoys working with patients experiencing sports and orthopedic conditions and is licensed to perform basic and advanced Trigger-point Dry Needling.
Derrick lives in Syracuse, Utah with his wife and three children. During his free time, he enjoys being outdoors with his family, camping and hunting as well as doing woodworking projects with his wife.
Tasia graduated from Idaho State University in 2017 where she was the president of her class. She then moved to Utah and began her career at the University of Utah Orthopaedic Center. There she was trained in Aquatic Therapy and Outpatient Physical Therapy. She then started at Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy where she has developed and grown the Aquatic Program. She enjoys aquatic therapy because the water is a very helpful resource for chronic pain, back injuries/surgeries, total joint replacements and fibromyalgia. She finds fulfillment in seeing how successful aquatic therapy is for people with these types of diagnoses.
In her spare time Tasia enjoys, most importantly, spending time with her family and close friends. Her hobbies include outdoor activities like hiking, camping, four wheeling and anything that gets her into the great outdoors.
Bronda graduated from The Ohio State University’s Occupational Therapy program in 1991. Moving away from home, she took her first job at the Charlotte Institute for Rehab in North Carolina, working with adult neurological and spinal cord patients, and ultimately shifting into their pediatric rehab hospital. In 1995, Bronda joined a traveling therapy company which brought her out west to the mountains, and eventually Ogden, UT, where she met her husband. Since she has lived in Utah, Bronda has worked in several locations, including Manor Care with geriatric rehabilitation, Applegate with home health, and Morgan County school district with special needs students, grades K-12. She has been working with Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy for 20 years as a PRN therapist, and now is part-time. Bronda is certified in NDT techniques (Neuro-Developmental Treatment), and is specialized with CVA patients. Other certifications included Myofascial Release (MFR) for skeletal immobility/pain, and Early Intervention with children.
Bronda and her husband live in Ogden, where they have raised their two children- their son is now in college at Westminster and their daughter is a high school senior. Passionate about the outdoors, Bronda loves spending time with her family skiing the beautiful powder snow in the winter, hiking and mountain biking in the fall, and paddle-boarding in the summer. Whenever she gets the chance, Bronda loves to travel anywhere life has to offer- either for family vacations, backpacking, or mission trips. Being a dog lover, she thoroughly enjoys spending as much time as possible with her two standard poodles/ best friends, Nellie and Theo.
Charlene earned her Bachelor’s degree in American Culture from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY and went on to graduate with a Masters of Occupational Therapy from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Growing up studying ballet and modern dance, Charlene values participation in meaningful activity and believes in occupational therapy’s ability to help people get back to doing what matters most to them. She is currently treating patients at Davis Hospital with the Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy team.
When not in the clinic, Charlene enjoys cooking, hiking, and skiing with her husband and three boys.
Kerry Kearl lives in Syracuse, UT with her husband and two youngest children. She is currently employed by Wasatch Peak. She grew up in Rexburg, ID and attended Ricks College in Rexburg, ID. She transferred to Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, ID, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Education. She then continued her education at Idaho State University where she earned a Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology. Kerry has over twenty years of experience working with adults and children. For the past ten years she has worked in hospital and transitional rehabilitation settings. She has ample experience working with individuals who have neurological disorders and specializes in the evaluation and treatment of dysphagia.
Brandon earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Utah State University. He graduated from the University of Utah physical therapy program in 2009 earning his Doctorate degree. He has worked at Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy since that time. His areas of focus are home health services and geriatrics specializing in total joint arthroplasties and treating a variety of medical conditions. He has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2007. He is passionate in helping patients heal and recover.
Brandon, his wife, and four daughters reside in Davis County. He enjoys spending time with his family, paddle boarding, yard work, movies, watching sports especially Utah State Aggie Athletics, and playing sports.
Anthony Nixon, DPT
Anthony graduated from Brigham Young University with his bachelor’s of science and also received a minor in Spanish. He then attended Franklin Pierce University in Arizona where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Anthony was inducted into the National Student Honor Society for his high academic achievements and community service, which included a trip to Ecuador to provide needed medical care and rehabilitation services.
Anthony grew up in Utah and now lives with his wife and two boys in Davis County. He loves spending time with his family and is an avid outdoorsman. Anthony enjoys weight training, water skiing, playing golf, and riding dirt bikes. Anthony has a zest for life and is constantly trying to improve his own health and wellness as well as that of others.
Assistant Office Manager
Jeanie has worked with Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy for 22 years and has filled the position of Assistant Office Manager and Home Health Intake Coordinator. She enjoys assisting staff and patients with their many differing needs whatever they may be. She highly values her relationships with the entire team and strives to have, “everybody happy all the time.”
Jeanie and her husband have raised 4 children in Kaysville, and are now enjoying 12 grandchildren. She likes to cook, read and loves every tree and flower.
Insurance Specialist/Customer Service
Michele has been a part of the Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy family for 8 years. She provides customer service for the clinics, answering questions on insurance claims, benefits and patient accounts.
Outside of work, she enjoys sewing and crafts, spending time with her 6 children and 17 grandchildren and supporting local sports teams, especially hockey.