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Newsletter GETTING TO KNOW OUR STAFF Jason Hall, PT, DPT HERRIMAN 13358South5600West Herriman,UT84096 EAGLEMOUNTAIN 3943E.PonyExpressPkwy.,Ste.220 EagleMountain,UT84005
“I have always been fascinated with the workings of the human body. My greatest passion in life is to help people which is why I became a physical therapist. As a physical therapist, nothing brings me more joy than seeing my patients return to good health and their active lifestyles.” “My focus as a physical therapist is to provide outstanding care while engaging with my patients to determine their individual needs so they can meet their goals and return to all their activities most effectively.” DPT: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT. BS: Athletic training, Weber State University, Ogden, UT. Member: AmericanPhysical Therapy Association, Utah Physical Therapy Association. Jason has a background in a wide variety of physical therapy treatments in both inpatient and outpatient environments. He has special interests in orthopedic and sports-related injuries, strength training, and general health and wellness. He utilizes evidence-based research in providing treatments and participates in frequent continuing education courses to provide the most updated treatments and information to his patients. Jason grew up in Kaysville, UT and currently resides in South Jordan, UT with his wife and young daughter. He is an avid weight lifter and enjoys participating in all outdoor activities including camping, hiking, fishing,
wakeboarding, and basketball. Jason and his family love to travel and to experience new countries and cultures. In April, Jason and his wife had the opportunity to travel to Shanghai and Beijing, China. While in Shanghai they visited Shanghai Disneyland and saw the incredible modern architecture and skyscrapers along The Bund. They rode a bullet train from Shanghai to Beijing reaching speeds of 200 mph. In Beijing they visited the Forbidden City, The Temple of Heaven, The Summer Palace, and the 2008 Olympic venues. The highlight of the trip was climbing The Great Wall of China, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. After climbing 129 flights of stairs and taking in an amazing panoramic view of The Great Wall and surrounding mountains, they were able to check an item off their bucket list.
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