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Meet the Bridge Physical Therapy Team

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Timothy J. Whitaker, PT, DPT, OCS – Owner/Physical Therapist

Timothy J. Whitaker, PT, DPT, OCS – Owner/Physical Therapist

Western University, Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2009 | University of Utah, BS Exercise & Sports Science, 2006 | Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS), 2018

Tim is a Utah native and has been working as a physical therapist in the Ogden area since 2010. Originally, Tim found physical therapy as a patient following an ice hockey injury and fell in love with the motivating environment and healing process that physical therapy has to offer. Tim chose to work in this field because he stands behind the idea that living a physically active lifestyle leads to longevity and life balance. Tim also stands behind the physical therapy treatment philosophy of educating people to take an active role in their recovery process. Tim has served as the Weber State Men’s Hockey Club Physical Therapist since the 2016-17 season.  Tim lives in South Weber, Utah, and enjoy spending time with his wife Sandy and four children. They spend a lot of time at their sporting, dance and music events.  The Ogden area has so much to offer in regard to the outdoors and Tim loves mountain biking, trail running, Hiit training, participating in triathlons, skiing, golf and fly-fishing.

Tim obtained his board certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2018.  He is certified in performing dry needling, Graston Technique instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization and is fluent in Spanish.

OCS Certification – The OCS certification recognizes advanced knowledge, experience, and skills in the practice of Orthopedic Physical Therapy for the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, surgeries, and injuries of the entire body.

Daniel Langford, PT, DPT – Physical Therapist

Daniel Langford, PT, DPT – Physical Therapist

Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2019 | Weber State University, BS Athletic Therapy, 2016

Daniel was born and raised in Ogden and currently lives in Washington Terrace, Utah.  Daniel’s interest in physical therapy was inspired by his aunt who was recovering from an injury and attending physical therapy.  Her physical therapy outcome led her to a better physical condition than prior to her injury.  This has inspired Daniel to helping be the link between movement dysfunction disorders and helping clients surpass their prior level of function.  Daniel is an excellent listener and people often admire his ability to explain conditions in an easy to understand way that have a lasting impact in motivating and inspiring his patients to superior outcomes.  Daniel loves using his hands-on skills and knowledge to help people improve at each appointment, have a lasting decrease in pain and educating patients to understand taking an active role in their recovery process.  Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife Kris and growing family. He spends much of his time in the outdoors hiking, rock climbing, water skiing, and playing soccer, racquetball and pickleball.   

Daniel began working in the physical therapy field in 2016, he is certified in Graston Technique instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). 

Mandy Baugher, ATC, PTA – Physical Therapist Assistant

Mandy Baugher, ATC, PTA – Physical Therapist Assistant

Missouri Western State University, Physical Therapist Assistant, 2009 | William Woods University, BS Sports Medicine, 1997

Mandy is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist Assistant.  Mandy chose this path as she was a college athlete and wanted to stay in touch with the athletic communities.   Mandy has worked for local area high schools, physical therapy clinics, volunteered with club and semi-professional sports teams and worked for the United States Air Force as the Fitness Program Manager at Ramstein Air Base, Germany monitoring 10,000+ military members’ physical fitness.  Mandy was also adjunct faculty at Missouri Western State University in the PTA department.  She truly enjoys when a patient has the “aha” moment and understands the “why.”  Mandy is a proud United States Air Force (retired) spouse and mom living in the beautiful Ogden Valley.  After traveling the world for 20 years, they chose Huntsville for its peace, beauty, unlimited outdoor recreation opportunities and proximity to Hill Air Force Base.  Mandy and family can be found skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, stand up paddle boarding, glamping and bucket-listing.  

Mandy is a Certified Athletic Trainer, she is certified in Graston Technique instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, she and has RockTape certifications in FMT Movement Specialist, Blades and Kinesio-taping, CrossFit Mobility Level 1 and completion of cupping and body tempering seminars.

Becki Williams, PTA – Physical Therapist Assistant

Becki Williams, PTA – Physical Therapist Assistant

Salt Lake Community College, Physical Therapist Assistant, 2006 | Weber State University, Associate of Science, 2001

Becki grew up in Tremonton, Utah and currently lives in North Ogden, Utah.  She has a love for physical therapy that started with her own physical therapy experience after undergoing multiple knee surgeries in her high school years. Becki has worked in the home health setting as a physical therapist assistant for 13 years covering Northern Utah, from North Salt Lake to Tremonton, including Morgan, and Mountain Green. She has worked with many patients, ranging in age from 3 to 102! Becki married the love of her life and lived in Perry for 15 years before North Ogden.  Becki has three daughters, the youngest of which has Cerebral Palsy. Becki is grateful to have a knowledge of neuroplasticity and has been able to use her physical therapist assistant skills to work with her daughter to gain functional movement. Becki enjoys spending time with her family and friends, preferably outside in the sunshine hiking and camping. 

Becki has training in vestibular rehab and balance training, she is certified in Graston Technique instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization and has 10+ years working in the orthopedic setting.

Eliot Reynolds – Physical Therapy Technician and Exercise Specialist

Eliot Reynolds – Physical Therapy Technician and Exercise Specialist

University of Colorado Boulder, BA History, 1999

Eliot began his career coaching Division 1 women’s basketball at Boise State University in Boise, Idaho, and Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. After leaving the women’s basketball coaching world in 2009, Eliot began to pursue a career in coaching fitness and officiating basketball. He earned his Level 1 CrossFit certification in 2010 and started coaching CrossFit at Bomber Athlete in South Ogden where he continues to coach.  Eliot began working as a Physical Therapy Technician in 2010 and have now worked closely together for 10+ years.  He also officiates varsity high school basketball all over Northern Utah, Division 1 men’s junior college basketball in the Scenic West Athletic Conference, and NCAA Division 2 men’s basketball in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. In addition, Eliot is the President of the Northern Utah Basketball Officials Association. Eliot enjoys mountain biking and hiking in Utah’s Wasatch mountains, going to hear live music, and supporting local restaurants and craft breweries. He currently lives in North Ogden with his wife Candice, their son Crash, and their two dogs, Hops and Barley.
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