“I always wanted to have a family business. Practicing in my hometown gives me the opportunity to return to my roots and provide treatment to the great people in this area.”

Jon Rhodes, owner

 

 

Our Story

At Rhodes Physical Therapy, our goal is to provide genuine care and support in relieving pain and restoring each patient to the highest quality of life possible. We utilize state of the art equipment and professional techniques to promote recovery. We strive to instill a life-long commitment in our patients’ individual health and wellness.

 

Jon Rhodes, DPT, MBA, MSPT, Shepard Lane

Jon attended Brigham Young University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology.  He earned a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado.  He then furthered his education by earning a Master’s of Business Administration from Troy State University with an emphasis on marketing.  He completed a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2009.  Jon is certified by the Titleist Performance Institute in Medical Level 3, Biomechanics Level 2, and Junior Coach Level 3, and works with many prominent local golfers and collegiate golf teams. He specializes in using 3-D motion capture technology to help golfers achieve their potential and designs exercise programs to help with flexibility and stability. Jon is an avid golfer and loves spending time with his wife and 6 kids experiencing the outdoors or playing tennis, golf, skiing, and of course, Disneyland!

 

Henry White, PT, PGA Professional, City Creek

Henry has over 20 years of experience in physical therapy and has been running his own practice in SLC since 2001.  He is one of the only physical therapist in the country who is also a Class A PGA professional.  He still active and competes in the Utah section golf tournaments and he teaches golf lessons to his clients and friends. He is a big part of our golf physical therapy program.

 

 

 

 

 

Jen Bieber, DPT, Station Park, Shepard Lane

Jen Bieber earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah, recognized as a Pro Bono National Honor Society member and Widener Award recipient. Jen specializes in orthopedic and sports physical therapy, is certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA-1), and passionately addresses the entire kinetic chain of each patient to educate and empower them to reach their potential. Jen is a Pandolabs Founding Member, Park City’s entrepreneurial community, and is Chief Rehab Officer for Avid Alexander, a rehab health incubation fund. Prior experiences and education includes: Research Assistant at the University of Utah Orthopedic Center, Patient Care Coordinator for Kagen MD, and she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health, Fitness, and Recreational Resources, Health Promotion Concentration and a Minor in Psychology from the George Mason University Honors College, where she was a member and captain of the varsity tennis team. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband and dog and enhancing her personal perspective on physical performance enhancement and recovery through her active Utah lifestyle: running, biking, kayaking, hiking, golfing, playing tennis, bouldering, and skiing.

 

 

Casey Carolan, PTA, Shepard Lane

Hitting Certified, Baseball Pitching Certified

Casey earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Athletic Therapy from Weber State University. He went on to earn his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Provo College. Casey is passionate about his work and helping his patients reach their goals and exceed their expectations. His goal is to tailor each treatment to the individual and build relationships with his patients. Casey loves to be outside in the sunshine where he loves to travel, go golfing, hiking, boating, or rock climbing. Casey is also an avid food lover.

**See the Baseball tab for more information.**

 

 

 

Alyssa Arnold, Office Manager

Alyssa earned her Bachelor’s in Communications and Kinesiology from Gordon College on the East Coast. Hailing from the professional dance world, Alyssa knows how important physical therapy is in injury prevention and in rehabilitation. She enjoys seeing patients improve after exerting their efforts in the clinic and working closely with the therapists. Happy to assist you with scheduling, insurance questions, billing, and any other concern you might have during your time here, she will be at the front desk on Shepard Lane to greet you.

 

 

 

 

Sarah Thompson, Front Desk Administrator, PT Aide

Serving as both the Front Desk Administrator and a Physical Therapy Aide and, Sarah works at our Salt Lake City office on the third floor of the City Creek Mall. Sarah received her Associates Degree at Weber State University and loves working in the healthcare field. You can call the Salt Lake City office directly at 801-656-2091 where Sarah can research your insurance benefits, schedule your next appointment, and answer any other questions that you may have.

 

 

 

 

 

Jensen Emery, Tennis Performance Specialist,
Raquetfit Certified, USPTA Certified,
Head Physical Therapy Aide

Rhodes PT | Jensen Emery | Farmington

Serving as the Head Physical Therapy Aide, Jensen works tirelessly at the Shepard Lane location alongside Jon. Jensen began playing tennis when she was six years old, immediately developing a passion for the opportunity to play the game. Jensen played in the Intermountain USTA throughout her youth and was able to travel to France to play and train for one month when she was 14. A clear sports enthusiast, her motivation and love for sports comes from the many “life lessons” she has learned from playing tennis. She lives by this inspirational quote and encourages her students: “Pressure is a privilege: it only comes to those who earn it.” -Billy Jean King

**See the Tennis Academy tab for more information.**

 

 

 

Our highly-trained physical therapy aides specialize in helping our patients with exercises, applying modalities, and ensuring comfort throughout the physical therapy experience. They are friendly and ready to help, don’t be shy to ask them questions!