PHYSICAL THERAPISTS

Lynn Johnson
PT, Owner

 

Lynn is a long time resident of the White Mountains. He graduated from NAU with his degree in physical therapy in 1989. His specialties and interests within the profession include orthopedic and manual therapy techniques. Outside of work Lynn loves spending time with his family, serving the community, running with his chocolate lab, racing in marathons and triathlons and coaching or training young athletes. 

 

Russel Petersen
PT, Owner

Eric Cox
PT, Owner

Jennifer Brimhall
PT

Lori
PT

Randy Whittle
PT

Darrel LeSueur
PT, Owner

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS

Lori
PT

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS

Lynn Johnson
PT, Owner

Lynn is a long time resident of the White Mountains. He graduated from NAU with his degree in physical therapy in 1989. His specialties and interests within the profession include orthopedic and manual therapy techniques. Lynn also enjoys providing high school athletes throughout the White Mountain community, especially Snowflake & Taylor, with medical services and speed and sports peformance training. Outside of work Lynn loves spending time with his family, serving the community, running with his chocolate lab and racing in marathons and triathlons.

Russel Petersen
PT, Owner

Russel grew up in Snowflake, AZ but moved away to attend school at BYU and then Pacific University, where he received his masters degree in physical therapy. His interests within the profession include orthopedic physical therapy and providing personalized care to individual patients. When he’s not working Russel enjoys spending time with his family, playing basketball, serving in his community, enjoying the outdoors and cheering on both BYU and the Snowflake high school sports teams.

Eric Cox
PT, Owner

Eric has been an owner of WMPT since 2007, but began working here in 1993 as a PT tech. He attended school at NAU, graduating with his masters degree in physical therapy in 1999. His professional interests include athletic training and orthopedic techniques. Eric has provided medical services for local high school athletes, especially Blue Ridge, for over 20 years. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, serves as president of the Blue Ridge sports and clubs foundation, coaches youth sports and enjoys hiking.

Jennifer Brimhall
PT

Jennifer received her masters in physical therapy from the University of Utah and then her doctorate from A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ. Prior to joining WMPT Jenn worked at the Mayo Clinic where she gained invaluable clinical experience. Her interests within the profession include women's health, neurological and stroke rehabilitation and sports. Outside of work Jennifer enjoys spending time with her husband and four children. Her hobbies include running, photography, travel, cycling, water skiing and snow skiing. 

Lois Goode
PT

Lois grew up in Minnesota and moved to the White Mountains after completing her M.S. in Physical Therapy from University of the Pacific. She completed her undergraduate degree in  Athletic Training from Gustavus Adolphus College.  Lois served as a PT in the United States Public Health Service as a Commissioned Corp officer in the Indian Health Service for twenty years, and has experience in orthopedic and neurologic rehabilitation, electromyographic testing and wound care. Lois began working for WMPT in 2013 and has special professional interests in orthopedic, sports and pediatric physical therapy. Outside of work, Lois loves spending time with her husband and three children, the “great outdoors” and music.

Randy Whittle
PT

Randy is a native of Oregon but moved out to the White Mountains after completing his education at BYU and the University of the Pacific where he received his masters degree in physical therapy. Randy’s interests and specialties within the PT field include manual therapy (including the Graston technique), aquatic therapy and dry needling. Outside of work Randy enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, mountain biking, kayaking, hiking, participating in triathlons, cheering for BYU and Oregon sports and serving in his community.

Darrel LeSueur
PT

Darrel grew up in Gilbert, AZ and went to school at BYU and NAU where he graduated with his doctorate in physical therapy. He was a tech at WMPT prior to attending graduate school. His interests within the profession include manual therapy and orthopedic techniques, especially shoulder rehabilitation. Outside of work Darrel enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys, fishing, being outdoors, playing basketball and watching or talking about Arizona’s professional sports teams and BYU.

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