Rocky Mountain Therapy Services (RMTS) has been providing services in Grantsville since 2007. We enjoy working with the physicians in our community as well as those in surrounding communities. Through our valued relationship with physicians, we are able to provide a quality outcome and patient education focus to clients. RMTS works with the community, area employers and student athletes and their parents and coaching staff to assist in a positive outcome. Under the Direction of R. Brian Cragun, DPT, and a great support staff, the clinic has reached out and become a partner facility to the community.
RMTS has been a provider of comprehensive and state of the art Sports Medicine services for more than 25 years.
Sports medicine involves diagnosing, treating, and preventing medical injuries or conditions in individuals who are active in sports and focuses on health issues that are caused during or by playing sports.
The sports medicine team refers to the physician, the athletic trainer, the physical therapist, the athlete, and the coaches who must work together to ensure rapid access to medical care, appropriate and timely intervention, and a team approach aimed towards recovery and return to sport.
Our Grantsville sports medicine team helps hundreds of athletes take control of their performance by staying injury-free and in the game. Professional and amateur athletes of any age can benefit from our dedicated treatment and prevention of sports injuries. No matter what sport you play, from football to basketball to bow hunting or dancing, you can trust us to provide the best quality of care for your sports injuries.
Located on East Main Street in Grantsville, in close proximity to physicians our facility offers a comfortable and warm atmosphere for our patient’s recovery from an injury or surgery. This facility has been updated and offers a great environment for healing and education.
822 East Main St.
Grantsville, UT 84029
Mon, Wed & Thur 8am - 5pm
Tues 8am - 4pm
Fri 8am - 11am
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- Treatment of Orthopedic and Spine Injuries
- Joint Replacement Program
- Deseret Mutual Benefit Association
- Gallagher Bassett
- Medicare HMO
- Public Employes Health Program
- United Healthcare
- Workers Comp Fund of Utah
R. Brian Cragun - Clinic Director PT, DPT, Cert.DN
Brian attended Weber State University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Lifestyle Management. He earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Utah in 2006. He has continued to stay current with continuing education classes since graduation that include courses focused on the shoulder, knee, ankle, spine and Neurokinetic Testing. Brian was born in Boise, ID, but moved to Utah when he was 12 years old. He now lives in Stansbury Park, Utah and enjoys watching and participating in sports, especially football and basketball. In his free time, he loves spending time with his wife Jaime, and their three children hiking, biking, camping, cooking, and trying new foods.
Rachel Alldredge - Physical Therapy Assistant PTA
Rachel studied at Salt Lake Community College to become a Physical Therapist Assistant with an Associate of Science degree in 2012. Since graduation, she has been practicing Physical Therapy with a focus in Orthopedics, Geriatrics and Home Health. She continues to stay current in Physical Therapy best practices by attending continuing education focusing on balance and falls prevention, myofascial release techniques, relaxation and stress management techniques, shoulder, hip and knee surgery recovery. Rachel was born and raised in Utah and loves to be in the mountains camping, hiking and kayaking with her family. Rachel is a fitness enthusiast and enjoys teaching classes at a local gym, practicing yoga and running.