Physical Therapist

Meet Spring Creek Medical Center's physical therapist in Logan, UT

Meet our Physical Therapist!


Logan Spring Creek Medical Center offers physical therapy care to help patients recover from injuries and improve their overall mobility. Our experienced team of therapists works with patients of all ages to design individualized treatment plans that address each patient’s unique needs. Through a combination of exercises, manual therapy techniques, and education, our therapists help patients regain their strength and independence.

If you are interested in learning more about our physical therapy services, please call us at (435) 792-9400. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have or schedule an appointment for you.

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physical therapist jonathan bundy
A.J. Anderson. spring creek medical center's P.T.A

The overall goal of our physical therapist is identifying and maximizing both an individual’s quality of life and movement potential. Megan Bressel and Dr. Jonathan Bundy are our onsite physical therapists. AJ Anderson is our in-house physical therapist assistant. They focused on helping you improve your physical, psychological, emotional, and social well-being. Whether you’re recovering from surgery, or trying to prevent it, physical therapy will help you find greater flexibility, strength, endurance, coordination, and balance.

Spring Creek Medical offers state of the art physical therapy in Logan, Providence, and all over Cache Valley. Schedule an appointment today!

Benefits of Choosing our Physical Therapist in Logan, UT

There are many reasons to choose a physical therapist. Physical therapists are highly trained and experienced in treating a wide variety of conditions, from acute injuries to chronic pain. They can provide you with the most up-to-date, evidence-based care available.

Physical therapists also take a whole-person approach to care. This means that they not only focus on your physical symptoms but also on your overall health and well-being. They will work with you to develop a treatment plan that fits your unique needs and goals.​

Reduce pain and Increase Motion

One of the main goals of physical therapy is to help people reduce their pain and improve their mobility. There are a number of different techniques that physical therapists use to achieve these goals. Some of the most common techniques include:

-Exercise plans: Exercising can help to stretch and strengthen the muscles, which can lead to reduced pain and improved mobility.

-Manual Therapy: Manual therapy is a type of physical therapy that involves using the hands to massage, manipulate, and stretch the muscles and joints. This can help to reduce pain and improve the range of motion.

Age-Related Issues to Watch 

A sore back, a stiff knee, and other similar aches and pains are often assumed to be a sign of aging. However, if those little twinges ever turn into more than minor aches, call a physical therapist.  Believe it or not, there are specific physical therapy practices we use to help provide optimal aging in your joints.

Our physical therapist in Logan, UT also knows how to help individuals adapt to any potential negative side effects of aging. Such as poor coordination, dizziness or vertigo, stroke, and even lung disease or diabetes.

Click here to read more about physical therapy at Spring Creek Medical Center.

I have been receiving treatment from Spring Creek Medical Center for about a month. I have received chiropractic care, physical therapy and massage therapy. Each service is performed in a professional manner and I feel so much better than I did at the beginning of my treatment. They have made it a priority to fix my back as opposed to a crack here and there with no specific plan which I have experienced from other chiropractors. I highly recommend this office and the staff.

Katelyn Yancey

All of us at Spring Creek Medical Center work hard to provide the residents of Cache Valley a physical therapy service that really works. So far, our customers agree! Call us or click below to learn more about physical therapy and what else we can do for you!

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