Mountaintop Physical Therapy and Wellness Center |

Mountaintop Physical Therapy and Wellness Center

At the Silver Mountain Sports Club
Prospector Square
2080 Gold Dust Lane
Park City, UT 84060

Redstone Center
6030 North Market Street
Park City, UT 84098

435-647-WELL (9355)

  • Preston Hall, PT, CSCS
  • Kathy Bochnowski, PT
  • Stacy McCooey, PT
  • Jason Bell, CSCS, LMT
  • Shelby Hibbard, LMT

The latest orthopedic physical therapy techniques:

  • Specialists in knee, shoulder, hip and spine care
  • Muscle strains and imbalance
  • Postural reconditioning
  • Custom orthotics
  • Preventative therapy
  • Women-specific programs

Our manual therapy includes:

  • Massage work
  • Joint mobilization
  • Assisted stretching
  • Active/myofascial release
  • Corrective exercises

We offer progression into comprehensive fitness programs with access to the gym and pools at Silver Mountain Sports Club.  Most insurance programs are accepted.

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