Kanab Clinic Therapists
Brandon Stubbs, PT, DPT
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist
Brandon received his Bachelor at Southern Utah University and his Doctor of Physical Therapy at Eastern Washington University in 2006.
Brandon feels privileged to work in a small community, like Kanab, where he enjoys practicing and experiencing the different fields of physical therapy, including outpatient, acute, skilled nursing, wound care and home health with a primary interest in orthopedics and sports medicine.
Brandon is happy to be back in southern Utah where he can enjoy his outdoor passions for fly-fishing, spending time with his family, training horses and coaching wrestling.
Cerra Cyrus, PT, DPT
Cerra Cyrus received a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise science from California State University, Northridge. She went on to earn a doctorate degree in physical therapy from Elon University, North Carolina in 2016. She has been practicing physical therapy since 2017 and began working for the Mountain Land team in February 2021.
Specializing in orthopedic and manual therapy, Cerra also has experience treating the foot/ankle and neurologic impairments and rehabilitation in the NICU. As a dancer throughout school, she knows the value physical therapy can have on healing through movement. She believes in taking a hands-on approach to therapy and is passionate about helping each patient reach their own goals so they can return to the activities they enjoy.
Cerra enjoys hiking, backpacking and spending time with family, friends and her three puppies. She loves to travel and has a goal to visit all of the National Parks – 20 down and 43 more parks to visit!
Michelle Harward, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Michelle joined the Mountain Land team in 2016. She earned her Associates as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Provo College in May of 2016.
Michelle loves working with people and helping patients achieve their goals towards recovery. She’s passionate about making the process of therapy fun and enjoyable for her patients from start to finish. She believes the best approach is to treat each patient with compassion and listen to what they have to say first. She ultimately wants her patients feeling their very best so they can get back to doing the things they love.
In her spare time, Michelle loves the outdoors so she spends most of her time traveling, exploring new places or hiking her favorite spots.
Jana Quarnberg, MOT
Jana has been a part of the Mountain Land team since 2016. She graduated from the University of Utah in 2009 with her Masters of Occupational Therapy. Jana gained additional training in Geriatric Occupational Therapy, with an emphasis on fall prevention and home safety, and sensory processing disorders and pediatric therapy interventions.
Jana strives to continually learn and gain skills in many different occupational areas in order to provide the best therapy to her patients. Her training includes shoulder rehabilitation, joint replacement management, and interventions to help older adults reduce disability. Jana is passionate about helping others regain independence, participate in meaningful activities, and find enjoyment in their lives.
When Jana is not in the clinic, she enjoys boating, camping, hiking, hunting and spending time with her three boys playing sports.