We are a Physical Therapy practice focused on people of all ages and demographics. Whether you’re an athlete, a middle-aged fitness enthusiast, or a retiree seeking help for lower back pain or recovering from surgery, the focus of our practice is helping people recover from injuries as fast as possible while maintaining the highest level of activity that they can in the process. In other words, we want you to be able to recover quickly, with as little impact on your normal daily routine as possible. Not only are we interested in helping you recover from injuries but we also help with impaired mobility, and evaluating deficiencies in muscular strength that may be holding you back from achieving better performance in the activities you love most. Our practice is designed to meet the needs of YOU the patient. Call RX Rehab Physical Therapy today to schedule an appointment.
Meet your Physical Therapists
Scott Christensen, DPT
Owner, Physical Therapist
Born and raised in Provo Utah, currently owns and runs Rx Rehab. Earned Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Nevada at Las Vegas, and has practiced for more than 10 years. He is also an active CrossFit athlete.
Grew up in Grantsville Utah, and He graduated from Rocky Mountain University with a doctorate of physical therapy. He is also a certified personal trainer.
Physical Therapist Assistant
Graduated from BYU with a BS in exercise science and later attended Provo College for the PTA program. Has practiced for 8 years and enjoys fishing, golf, volleyball, and making jade pendants.
Introduction: Dry needling has emerged as a popular therapeutic technique for managing musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. This technique involves the insertion of fine needles into specific trigger points or tight muscle bands, aiming to alleviate pain and promote healing. While the precise mechanisms of dry needling are still being investigated, several theories have been proposed…
We often get asked whether physical therapy is a good option for managing arthritis. Arthritis is a chronic condition that affects the joints and can cause pain, stiffness, and limited mobility. While there is no cure for arthritis, physical therapy can be an effective treatment option for managing the symptoms and improving quality of life.…
https://youtu.be/XHiKaDgaw_4 Scapular dyskinesis, also known as scapular winging or dyskinesia, is a condition characterized by abnormal movement or positioning of the scapula (shoulder blade). The scapula is a triangular bone located on the back of the ribcage that plays an important role in the stability and movement of the shoulder joint. Scapular dyskinesis can result…