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Graham Gould, PT, DPT, CDNP
Graham received his bachelor’s in biology from St. Joseph’s College. He went on to complete his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University in 2006.
Graham has experience working in renowned rehabilitation and training facilities that provided him the opportunity to treat a variety of professional athletes across major sports, and the general population while learning from leaders in the physical therapy profession. He completed his Sports Specialist Certification training from EIM. Currently he works as a clinic director for the Center For Athletic Performance and Physical Therapy. He served as the team physical therapist for the Real Salt Lake Academy system for three years where he oversaw treatment and rehab for players and staff. He has consulted with numerous youth clubs, high schools, colleges, and professional teams.
He has a special interest in the treatment of sports injuries, various orthopedic conditions, and post-surgical rehab. His emphasis of treatment is a combination of manual treatment combined with corrective exercises and progressive loading through functional movement patterns. Graham specializes in sports medicine, orthopedics, dry needling, as well as joint and soft tissue mobilization. Graham’s patients receive the most up to date evidence-based treatment, while also being tailored to fit the needs of each individual patient. He strongly emphasizes the importance of the patients’ understanding of the basic anatomy, rationale of treatment, and goals of therapy to help reach long-lasting results.
Erin Lynch is initially from Iowa where she grew up playing volleyball and running track. The love for sport, as well as her fair share of injuries led Erin to the field of Physical Therapy. Erin obtained her undergraduate degree from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA where she double majored in Exercise Science and Human Performance and Fitness. She went on to attend graduate school at the nationally accredited Washington University in St. Louis.
Erin continues to play volleyball, run occasional sprints, hike and weight lift to maintain her physical fitness. In addition to her degrees, Erin holds dry needling and XPS certifications.