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Rocky Mountain Therapy Services/West Valley City has been providing services in West Valley City since 1983. Located in the Harmon Building on 4000 West, we work with the physicians in our community as well as those throughout the Wasatch Front. Through our relationship with physicians, we are able to provide a quality outcome and patient education focus to clients.

RMTS works with the community, area employers, professional sports teams and student athletes and their parents and coaching staff to assist in a positive outcome. Our therapists are committed to your care and in addition to providing outstanding physical therapy services, also provide specialty care in the areas of hand therapy, chronic headache, back, neck and spine, auto accidents and total joint replacement rehabilitation.

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 West Valley 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.

West Valley City

3540 South 4000 West, #340
West Valley City, 84120

801-417-5017
801-417-5016 (fax)

Hours:

Mon, Wed, Thur: 9am-6pm
Tues: 10am-6:00pm
Fri: 7am.-12pm

Holiday Hours:

November 26-27: Closed
December 24: 9am-12pm
December 25: Closed
December 31: 9am-3pm
January 1: Closed

Clinic Director: Todd Brown

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Conditions We Treat - Services

Physical Therapy

  • Treatment of Orthopedic and Spine Injuries
  • Joint Replacement Program
  • Wellness

Hand Therapy

Sports Medicine

Dry Needling


Billing & Payment

  • BCBS
  • Cigna Health Care
  • Gallagher Bassett
  • Medicare
  • Medicare HMO
  • Molina
  • Public Employes Health Program
  • Sedgewick
  • State Farm Auto
  • United Healthcare
  • Workers Comp Fund of Utah
  • Zurich America


Our Team

Todd Brown

Todd Brown
- Clinic Director
PT, CHT

Todd graduated from Northwestern University in 1989, and is uniquely specialized in Hand Therapy and became certified in 1996. Serving as the Clinic Director of the West Valley location, Todd is a valued partner/owner in RMTS and has provided leadership in the company for over 30 years. Because of his unique training, Todd provides support to industries seeking ergonomic work force solutions. Todd is an active member of the APTA and the American Society of Hand Therapist and Hand Therapy Certification Commission. Todd is married with two children. In his personal time he enjoys mountain biking, skiing, stand up paddle boarding, hiking and snow shoeing.

Jaclyn Long

Jaclyn Long
- Physical Therapist
PT, DPT

Jackie grew up in suburban Philadelphia playing soccer, wakeboarding and skiing. After her first ski trip to Alta, she was determined to move west. During her time at Colorado State University, studying Health and Exercise Science and researching aging, she also spent summers educating in the outdoors. After graduation, she pursued outdoor education building leadership and interpersonal skills while exploring diverse mountain ranges. She returned to PT, graduating from the University of Utah, to continue to mentor others in challenges and to pursue healthy lifestyles. Jackie enjoys treating orthopedic conditions for job-related injuries, our aging population and athletes alike. She believes in addressing the entire kinetic chain to reduce re-injury and empowering patients by using education for self-management. Mostly, Jackie loves to escape to remote areas to ski mountaineer or alpine climb with her partner and playing with her big, goofy lab.

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