Salt Lake City - Foothill Clinic
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Conveniently located on Foothill Drive near the mouth of Parley’s Canyon, the Mountain Land Physical Therapy Foothill Clinic provides comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation services to Salt Lake City, Utah including the Foothill, Olympus Cove, Millcreek and Sugarhouse areas.
Salt Lake City - Foothill Clinic Therapists
Madison Sanderson, PT, DPT
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist
Madison earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University, located in the Houston Medical Center, before joining the Mountain Land Team in 2018. By attending school at the world’s largest medical center, Madison earned invaluable experience that she brings into the clinic each day to help her patients.
Madison’s approach to physical therapy is to make the treatments fun and enjoyable. In addition to providing treatment, Madison also aims to educate her patients on ways to live healthy and happy lifestyles and avoid injury. Madison’s interest in physical therapy grew out of her own positive experience with PT in high school while recovering from a sports injury. Madison has experience working with general orthopedics, sports injuries, and neurological conditions with an emphasis on patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
Madison grew up in Houston, Texas and moved to Utah in 2017. She enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, rock climbing, hiking, skiing, golfing, traveling, and watching Texas Longhorn football.
Alice Hamilton, PT, DPT
Alice earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Utica College and graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She is LSVT BIG certified for treating Parkinson’s disease and has additional training in Pelvic Floor Level 1 through Herman and Wallace.
Alice specializes in pelvic floor therapy, acute care, and neurological rehabilitation. Passionate about truly listening to each of her patients, Alice creates individual treatment plans centered around education and function. She strives to help guide each patient through the healing process so they can return to doing the things they enjoy.
When not in the office, Alice enjoys climbing, backpacking, skiing, and sewing.
Grace Ward, PT, DPT
Grace Ward completed her undergraduate degree in Spanish and Pre-Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse in 2015. Grace then later received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the spring of 2022! She is also LSVT-BIG certified in Parkinson’s Management. Grace obtains special interest experience in the treatment of neurologic disorders, with an emphasis on vestibular, stroke, and Parkinson’s management. Grace is also proficient in the Spanish language, giving Mountain Land the capability to connect with a more diverse population of patients. Grace also volunteers annually in Guatemala on an orthopedic surgery trip, where she is part of a collaborative healthcare team treating patients post-operatively.
Grace’s treatment philosophy is a holistic approach considering all body systems, both orthopedic and neurologic, and considering each individual patient as a whole. “I strive to treat my patients like how I would treat my family to give a personal touch to my treatment sessions and relationships with my patients.” What inspired Grace to enter the Physical Therapy field is simply her passion for helping others. “Physical Therapy was a career that I found to align with my passions of altruism, anatomy, and physical health and fitness. My experience and journey of becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy has only strengthened my passion for the field.”
Besides physical therapy, Grace loves anything that will get her outdoors! She likes to hike, fly fish, go camping, slackline, outdoor climb, and most importantly spend time with her 3-year-old Australian Shepherd named Willow.
Cristina Cerrone, PT, DPT
Cristina received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at Michigan State University. She then went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Utah in 2019.
Cristina has a long-standing interest in the field of physical therapy which developed into a passion after being a patient herself and volunteering at comprehensive care facilities locally and beyond, working with those struggling with various disabilities. Cristina has seen and experienced the positive impact that physical therapy can have and strives for all of her patients to have the same successful outcome.
When not in the clinic, Cristina enjoys biking, crafting, and cooking. As a former Spartan, she never misses the opportunity to support her Alma Mater in college football and basketball.