The Mountain Land Physical Therapy Holladay clinic provides physical therapy and rehabilitation services to residents of Holladay, Utah and the surrounding communities including Salt Lake City and Cottonwood Heights. The Holladay clinic is located downstairs, in the Olympus Clinic family practice building.
Holladay Clinic Therapists
Brian Bay, PT, DPT, OCS
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist, Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Brian grew up in Sandy, Utah and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Utah where he obtained a Bachelor’s in exercise science with minors in nutrition and Spanish.
Brian graduated with his Doctor of Physical Therapy from ATSU in Mesa, Arizona where his program focused on manual therapy techniques and emphasized the importance of an evidence-based practice approach. Brian is fluent in Spanish and has additional experience in treating disorders of the Temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
Brian is a proud husband and father of four children, a boy and three girls. He enjoys participating in water sports, namely knee-boarding, water skiing, and tubing. Brian enjoys running, and in training the injured athlete to return to running pain free.
Tayler Boswell, PT, DPT, CSCS
In 2019, Tayler graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. In 2022, Tayler graduated from Pacific University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Additionally, Tayler obtains accreditation as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Tayler enjoys working with athletes and has experience helping high school, and collegiate level athletes, return to sport. He also acquires experience assisting individuals with persistent pain conditions, as well as those with long term effects due to Covid-19.
Tayler’s therapy philosophy is, “I believe in treating with a patient-centered approach which involves open and clear communication with each of my patients, concerning their goals and the activities that they wish to return to. I love helping patients learn how to address their pain and symptoms at home, and I believe in providing a tailored approach of treatment to each patient’s needs and goals.” Tayler grew up playing a variety of sports including football, basketball, track and field, baseball, and soccer. Throughout all of those sporting activities, Tayler experienced his fair share of injuries and was able to discover a passion for the rehabilitation process.
In addition to physical therapy, Tayler loves lifting weights, hiking, fishing, watching football, and watching basketball. Tayler is an avid Indianapolis Colts and Utah Jazz fan, and is happily married to his beautiful wife Alyssa. Alyssa and Tayler were both born and raised in the great state of Utah!
Melissa Allen, PT, DPT
Melissa completed her undergrad at Rutgers University and later graduated from Drexel University with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2023. Melissa enjoys working with people with neck pain, headaches, and dizziness, and has contributed to the development of a Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) focused on running injuries.
Melissa’s therapy philosophy centers around identifying the root cause of pain and designing personalized treatment plans that combine targeted exercises and lifestyle adjustments. She prioritizes the well-being and satisfaction of her patients, aiming to make the rehabilitation process enjoyable and rewarding. Melissa uses her love for anatomy to help people reduce pain and live healthier lives.
Melissa enjoys hiking, snowboarding, reading, and spending time with her two cats.
Nicole Griffiths, PT, DPT
Nicole, a 2016 University of Utah graduate with a Bachelors in Kinesiology and a minor in Nutrition, earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of California, San Francisco in June 2023. Her expertise lies in runner-focused treatments and biomechanical performance enhancement, strongly emphasizing injury prevention.
Nicole adopts a patient-centric philosophy, taking a holistic care approach, and empowering individuals to understand their diagnoses and treatment. Drawing from her own athletic injury experiences, she’s dedicated to patient education and active involvement in their recovery.
Outside her professional life, Nicole is an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys camping, backpacking, trail running, mountain biking, and skiing. She’s a Boston Marathon finisher in 2023 and aspires to complete the six major marathons. She loves baking and crafting homemade jams from apricots harvested from her backyard tree in her spare time.