Ian Blatter, DPT received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science at Brigham Young University. His love for rehab and helping patients to achieve their goals encouraged him to go on and complete his doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Utah.
Ian spent the following ten years in Utah Valley working primarily with outpatient specialties including outpatient orthopedics, hand therapy, surgical spine rehab, work and auto-related injuries and geriatrics. He has also provided home health care to patients, as well as physical therapy for the Utah Valley University dance team.
Ian enjoys helping others reach their functional potential during various stages of life through education, therapeutic treatments, functional training, adaptive bracing and training, pain management or simply navigating the health care system.
Ian loves spending time with his wife and six kids and enjoys hiking, traveling, golfing and carpentry.
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