Delta Clinic
Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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At our Mountain Land Physical Therapy Delta clinic, we’re dedicated to providing top-notch care across a spectrum of services. From injury recovery and prevention programs to pre- and post-surgery support, fitness training, and facilitating a smooth return to an active lifestyle, we offer a range of evidence-based practices tailored to meet your rehabilitation goals effectively. Our team of knowledgeable, experienced, and friendly professionals is committed to prioritizing your success and well-being in a supportive and encouraging environment throughout your journey to recovery.

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Delta Clinic Therapists

Randy Stinson
Randy Stinson, PT, DPT

Clinic Director, Physical Therapist


Randy was raised with a Father in the Air Force and spent much of his youth living in Western Europe. He Graduated high school from Layton High and served a mission for the LDS church in the Netherlands. After he got home, he married and went to BYU where he got his bachelor’s degree in exercise science and his first child was born. After BYU he went on to obtain his doctoral degree in physical therapy from Washington University in St. Louis where his second child was born. After Graduating from PT school Randy moved to Delta and has enjoyed working and living in this community since 2010. He has had two more children here in Delta and helps serve the community as a member of the local sheriff’s posse/search and rescue.

Howard Quackenbush
Howard Quackenbush II, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS

Physical Therapist


Dr. L. Howard Quackenbush II P.T., D.P.T., ATC, CSCS is the owner and director of Delta Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. He loves the rural area and has the opportunity to be closely involved with his patient’s both in the clinic and the community.

Howard was raised in Payson, Utah and is the oldest of 9 children. He attended Payson High School and later Brigham Young University. He originally thought Mechanical Engineering was his path in life until the first classes in this major when he quickly found this was not his peer group. Shortly after this, he suffered a knee injury and underwent surgery and rehabilitation prior to his LDS Mission to Venezuela.

Upon returning from Venezuela, he re-injured his knee and again underwent surgery and Physical Therapy and found that he was fascinated by the body’s ability to heal and regain function. His Physical Therapist was instrumental in guiding him forward into this career path.

He graduated from BYU in Athletic Training. While in this program, he was able to be the lead student trainer and the President of the Student Athletic Training Association for BYU and the District Association. He provided care for Division I Football, Basketball, Tennis and Track and Field. He successfully passed the National Athletic Training Examination on the first try and was awarded the Athletic Training Certification (ATC)

After BYU, he was accepted at Washington University School of Medicine’s Program in Physical Therapy for a Master’s Degree. During this education, Howard had opportunities to gain additional education in Sports Medicine with Professional Baseball and The National Hansen’s Disease Center in Carville, LA (Leprosy and Diabetes). He successfully completed this program and passed the exams and Licensure in 1994.

He began working for Intermountain Healthcare in Delta as a staff Physical Therapist in December 1994. Where he was able to grow and develop in the profession.

In 1996, Howard completed and passed the exams for the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)

In 1999, he had the opportunity to buy the clinical program from IHC and privatize the care. This was formalized and Delta Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine PC was opened in 2000.

In 2002, Howard was invited to use his Physical Therapy and Athletic Training skills in the Salt Lake City Winter Games (Test Games and Olympics) by working with the Figure Skating and Short Track Speed Skating events.

During this time, Physical Therapy advanced to a Doctorate level profession. He knew he would practice for many more years and elected to go through a Transitional Doctorate in Physical Therapy through Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. He graduated with his tDPT in August 2004.

Howard is married to his sweetheart Tonya Bunker and they have an active and growing family.

Andrew Wankier
Andrew Wankier, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist


Dr. Andrew Michael Wankier was born in Delta, Utah. He graduated from Delta High School in 2007. He then served a two year LDS mission in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Upon returning home he married Gentry Mecham, who is also from Delta, UT., in 2009. Andrew attended Southern Utah University where he received his Bachelors of Science degree in Human Nutrition. Following his time at Southern Utah University, Andrew attended the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona where he graduated on 2017. Andrew most recently worked as a Physical Therapist for Independence Rehab, living in Utah County.

Andrew and Gentry have 3 children, 2 boys and 1 girl. Andrew enjoys spending time with his family, outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, camping and various sports. Andrew and Gentry are glad to be home again in Delta, as are their 3 children.

Forrest Hammeren
Forrest Hammeren, MOT

Occupational Therapist


Forrest earned his Masters in Occupational Therapy from Findley University in Ohio, honing his skills and expertise to serve others. His journey led him to the picturesque landscapes of Idaho and Oregon, where he dedicated the majority of his career, enriching the lives of countless individuals.
Recently, Forrest made a significant move to Delta, bringing his wealth of experience and compassionate approach to our team. As a valuable member of our company, Forrest specializes in Skilled Therapy, offering his services across prominent institutions such as Millard Care and Rehab, Delta Community Hospital, and Fillmore Community Hospital.
With Forrest on board, our team gains a seasoned professional committed to enhancing the well-being of our community. His dedication and proficiency make him an indispensable asset, enriching the lives of those he serves every day.

Jamie Christensen
Jamie Christensen, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant


Jamie graduated from Delta High School in 2000. She attended Utah Valley State College prior to getting her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Salt Lake Community College in 2004. She began working for Delta Physical Therapy following graduation in 2004.

Jamie was raised in Oak City, Utah and graduated from Delta High School in 2011. She attended Southern Utah University prior to receiving her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Dixie State University in 2016. She practiced in Cedar City before joining Delta/Fillmore Physical Therapy in 2017.
Jamie Ipson, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant


Jamie was raised in Oak City, Utah and graduated from Delta High School in 2011. She attended Southern Utah University prior to receiving her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Dixie State University in 2016. She practiced in Cedar City before joining Delta/Fillmore Physical Therapy in 2017.

Shaylee Fowles
Shaylee Fowles, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant


Shaylee, a 2022 graduate from Dixie State University’s PTA program, swiftly became an integral part of the Delta Physical Therapy team. Her career choice reflects a deep love for working with people and witnessing their progress and achievement of goals.

Having experienced the welcoming environment at Delta Physical Therapy firsthand while receiving treatment for her injuries, Shaylee chose the clinic as her workplace. This choice was influenced by the positive atmosphere and the compassionate team that had once aided her recovery.

Outside the clinic, Shaylee’s interests extend beyond the healing realm. She finds joy in hunting, farming, and spending time in the great outdoors with her husband and family. However, her ultimate guilty pleasures are buying shoes and getting drinks with Jamie!

Samantha Johnson
Samantha Johnson, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant


Sam is a graduate of Salt Lake Community College and holds a title of Physical Therapist Assistant. Her passion for physical therapy stems from the joy of witnessing patients progress, reclaiming their daily lives, and achieving feats they thought were distant dreams.

Originally drawn to our team after moving to Kanosh, Sam started as a PRN hire. Quickly recognized for her invaluable contributions, she seamlessly transitioned to a full-time role, becoming an indispensable asset to our clinic.

Outside the therapy room, Sam’s life is a whirlwind of responsibilities. Juggling a farm and caring for her two adorable children keeps her on her toes. Despite a busy schedule, Sam finds solace in activities such as gardening, traveling, playing her fiddle with Delta’s Old Time Fiddlers, reading, hunting, camping, and riding her 4-wheeler.

When asked if there was anything else she would like to share, she said, “You are the only person responsible for your life. If there is anything you don’t like, or want to change, you are the only person who can do that. Sometimes you need to take a critical look inside and get out of your own way to make the change.”

Erin Sorenson
Erin Sorenson, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant


Erin graduated from Juab High School in 2004. She received her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Provo College in 2009. She began working for Delta Physical Therapy in 2009.

Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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