Physical Therapy

BiodexIf you’ve been injured in an accident, undergone surgery, broken a bone, suffered from lower back pain, arthritis, heart disease or other debilitating conditions, our physical therapists can work with you. Therapists restore impaired functions, improve your mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities. Upon referral from your doctor, our experienced therapists develop an individualized program of care tailored to your needs and abilities.

Who needs outpatient physical therapy?

The physical therapists at Wasatch Peak are experienced in treating athletes, surgical patients, and individuals with chronic health conditions. If you’re suffering from any kind of physical discomfort related to the muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, or nerves, you may benefit from outpatient physical therapy. With more than 25 years of experience in Layton, Utah, there’s no better place to be for advanced outpatient physical therapy. Patients who may benefit from our services include those who:

Sustained an acute injury, such as a fall
Sustained an athletic injury
Have a congenital defect
Had a surgical procedure


What can physical therapy treat?

Physical therapists at Davis Hospital and Medical Center can work with patients to reduce pain and improve mobility in many of the body’s muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Below are a few common conditions that may be addressed through physical therapy. This list is not comprehensive. Additional treatments may be available.


Wrist & Upper Extremity
Foot, Ankle & Lower Leg


The Aquatics Program

The Layton location at Wasatch Peak Medical Plaza features a 24’ x 42’ pool for physical rehabilitation. Aquatic therapy is a great option that allows patients to reduce stress on the joint, while also working on strength and range of motion. Benefits of aquatic therapy include:

Decreased stress on weight-bearing joints during exercise
Increased strength and flexibility
Improved balance
Increased circulation
Promotes deep breathing
Promotes healing
Encourages relaxation
Promotes cardiovascular and muscular endurance
Our aquatics facility allows specialists to offer unique and effective physical therapy services in Layton, UT.

Is physical therapy right for me?

If you suffer from any of the conditions listed at the top of this page, then you may benefit from physical therapy. Physical therapy is a great way to regain mobility, build strength, and protect against future injury. If you’re not sure if you need physical therapy, ask your primary care provider what a physical therapist could do for you.

Schedule Your Physical Therapy: Layton, Syracuse, Farmington & Roy

Interested in learning more about our services at Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy? If so, call 801-825-8091. Most insurance plans do include physical therapy benefits. Depending on your insurance plan, you may need a referral from your physician in order to get coverage. Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy is located in the Wasatch Peak Medical Plaza on the campus of Davis Hospital and Medical Center. Visit us on the south side of the hospital’s main entrance on the first floor in Suite 100. Other locations are in Syracuse, Farmington, and Roy. Learn more about our therapy services.


Wasatch Peak Physical Therapists
KC Logan PT L
KC Logan
Physical Therapist
Sheldon Cox PT L
Sheldon Cox
Physical Therapist
Matt Larsen PT
Matt Larsen
Physical Therapist
Randy Erickson PT R
Randy Erickson
Physical Therapist
Roy Larsen PT Cardiac L
Roy Larsen
Physical Therapist
Jed Bartholomew PT L
Jed Bartholomew
Physical Therapist
Kerin Cook PT W L
Kerin Cook
Physical Therapist
Josh Mills PT F
Josh Mills
Physical Therapist
Brandon Goldsberry PT L HH
Brandon Goldsberry
Physical Therapist
Justin Thompson PT S&L
Justin Thompson
Physical Therapist
Kristen Treanor PT L
Kristen Treanor
Physical Therapist
Tyler Olsen PT L
Tyler Olsen
Physical Therapist
Pam Frinkman PT
Pam Frinkman
Physical Therapist