Ezekial Mendenhall, DPT DPT: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions – Provo, UT BS: Exercise Science and Wellness, Brigham Young University – Provo, UT For more information, or to schedule an appointment with Zeke, call 307-883-7878. You can also request an appointment using our easy online form.
Martha Hageman, MD “I seek to listen to each patient’s individual narrative in a non-judgmental way, and I view my role as an educator and support for my patients, helping them to combat illness and medical problems as they arise and hopefully, prevent illness when possible.” Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Women’s Health Phone: 307-883-5852 Fax: … Continued
Dan Jeske, MPT “I love helping people, and I’ve always enjoyed putting myself in situations where I can help someone who needs it. I became a physical therapist because it involves helping people and making a real difference in their lives each and every day. I strive to give them all the time and attention … Continued
Dave Johnson, MPT “In college, I loved learning about anatomy and physiology. In addition, one of my mentors when I was young was a physical therapist. Together, these helped me to know that becoming a physical therapist was the right choice for me. It is a joy to get to know my patients, spend time … Continued
Billy Kennington, MOT, OTR/L, CHT “Most of the time, when patients are referred for skilled therapy, they are at one of the lowest points in their lives. I thoroughly enjoy helping them find hope and assisting them in restoring functional independence through hard work. Having a vocation that allows many clients to first come to … Continued
Sean E. Knighton, MSN, APRN “I was certified in my teens as a wilderness medicine first responder, and I had several experiences that put my training to the test. They also caused me to set aside my initial educational pursuits in favor of healthcare. I enjoy the process of figuring out the sometimes puzzling medical … Continued
Niki Milleson, DO “I love being able to care for—and make a difference in the lives of—entire families. It’s also rewarding, as an osteopathic physician, to do what I was trained for: taking care of the whole patent, not just the ‘pieces and parts.’ Osteopathic manipulation gives me an additional tool for diagnosing and treating … Continued
Kristen Simpson, COTA/L