ELEVATE PHYSICAL THERAPY is a private outpatient facility specializing in the treatment of bone, muscle, and joint pain and dysfunction. We treat patients of all ages, abilities, and walks of life. We specialize in post-surgical treatment, spine and extremity dysfunction, and sports medicine.
Our Mission: Sharing our knowledge to enhance performance, health, and function of those who experience Elevate Physical Therapy.
Our Motto: Strengthen and empower each patient to achieve their goals.
We value personalized, effective physical therapy to achieve patient-centered goals. As a new patient, expect to discuss with your therapist your problems and work together to achieve your goals. No problem is too complex or too small. We are here to help you achieve a greater potential.
Dr. Matt Scott, PT, DPT, ATC is originally from Delta, Utah. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Southern Utah University, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Washington University in St. Louis in 2011, one of the top Physical Therapy programs in the country. Matt is experienced working with a variety of patients including pre and post surgical, chronic pain, sports injuries and pediatrics. He has extensive clinical experience with pediatrics through a hospital based pediatric internship in St. Louis.
Matt developed and teaches an ACL Injury Prevention course as well as a “Couch to 5K” running course to promote health and wellness. Matt is an outdoor enthusiast, an avid cyclist and multi time LOTOJA finisher. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids.
Dr. Joel Tenbrink attended Brigham Young University for his undergraduate training in Athletic Training. He went on to Physical Therapy school at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, MN. While there, he practiced as an athletic Trainer at Henry Sibley High School as well as the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center, working with High school, college, and semi-professional athletes. Following Graduation in 2004, he took his first job in northwest Washington. He later accepted a position as clinic director at Ironwood Drive Physical Therapy in Coeur d’Alene Idaho. He decided to pursue a PhD in 2008 at the University of Idaho. While there, he worked as the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education for the Athletic Training program. In 2011, Joel began as Program Director of a developing consortium program of 4 colleges throughout Idaho providing a Physical Therapist Assistant program across most of the state. He joined the faculty of RMUoHP in January 2013 as Director of Clinical Education. He loves working with Athletes of all ages, but mostly high school. His clinical passion is ACL prevention programs and completed his dissertation comparing various programs. He enjoys spending time hiking and biking with his wife and 4 children.
Additional New Patient Information
We want to welcome you as a new patient at our facility and hope that you will feel the difference here. Our goal is to decrease your pain, make you stronger and elevate your life. We value personalized, professional care, and thus hope you will feel comfortable with collaborating and actively participating with us in your care. Expect to make a permanent change in your life with the guidance of our professional staff and facility.
Our hands-on approach with emphasis on empowering you to make the changes we determine together, is a powerful force which will lead to lasting improvements. On your first visit, we will discuss your condition, evaluate the causes, provide insight as to your plan for recovery and define your goals. You will leave with an understanding of your condition, what you can do and how long it will take to reach your desired outcome. Follow your plan that we develop together, and you will find relief and results.
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Schedule your appointment today by calling our office at (801) 221-9060.
If you need to change your appointment, please be considerate of others and give us at least 24 hours notice, so that we may open that time up to another valued patient. Prior to your first visit, please call the office and give them your health insurance information so we can verify your benefits and eligibility. Your appointment should last approximately an hour. Wear comfortable clothes.
Appointments available Monday -Friday, 7am to 7pm.
Additional hours are available based on need. So please call and let us know how we can better help you.
What We Offer
- Hands on manual therapy approach
- Endless pools for water therapy
- Personalized Home exercise program to aid in a quick and steady recovery
- Access to other professionals such as Chiropractic, Massage Therapy, Triathlon Coaching, and Personal Training
We accept most medical insurances.
We strive to provide the excellent, personalized service. Please feel free to ask our front desk about your insurance benefits and eligibility.
For questions, or to schedule an appointment– Call us at (801) 221-9060.