The Mountain Land Physical Therapy Salem location provides physical therapy and rehabilitation services to the town of Salem and surrounding communities including Spanish Fork, Utah. At Mountain Land Physical Therapy, we strive to help our patients get back to full function. With a state-of-the-art facility and specialized equipment, our skilled therapists are here to help each patient get back to doing the activities they love.
Salem Clinic Therapists
Brad Horrocks, MPT, OCS
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist, Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Brad received his Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in 2001 and his Master’s degree in physical therapy from Eastern Washington University in 2003. Brad believes in staying current with the latest techniques and has been a certified ASTYM provider since 2008. He became a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association in 2014.
Brad believes in a hands-on approach to therapy with an emphasis on manual therapy, exercise, and patient education. He also thinks that physical therapy should be fun and focused on goals that are meaningful to each patient. Brad loves the personal interactions with each patient and ensures that treatment sessions are as enjoyable as possible while delivering necessary care in a kind and compassionate manner. Brad is fluent in Spanish and enjoys being able to treat Spanish-speaking patients in their native language.
Sam Metz, PT, DPT
Sam earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Utah State University and went on to graduate with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. He started working for Mountain Land in 2016 as a Therapy Tech before returning back to school to complete his doctorate degree in physical therapy.
Sam specializes in orthopedics, post-surgical physical therapy, and treating sports injuries. He is passionate about helping athletes and runners return to the field. Sam works with each patient, creating a unique and specialized treatment plan to help them get them back to doing the things that make them happy.
When not in the clinic, Sam enjoys skiing, mountain biking, golfing, running, and spending time with his wife and son, Milo.
Kashley Carter, PT, DPT
Kashley received her undergraduate degree from Utah State University in 2019, and later received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2022. Kashley specializes in outpatient orthopedics, but also has experience within outpatient pediatrics.
Kashley is an avid runner and ran collegiately during her time at Utah State University. She encountered physical therapy during her running related injuries but over time Kashley has found physical therapy to encompass so much more than just athletics. Kashley strives to help every patient to find a way back to the activities that are meaningful to them.
Kashley loves spending time outdoors with her family. She also enjoys camping, boating, four-wheeling, running, baking. Family is a huge component to Kashley and she aspires to treat Mountain Land patients like the family and friends they are.
Kendra Wilding, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Kendra Wilding earned her Physical Therapist Assistant degree and went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology with a focus in sports nutrition from Brigham Young University Idaho in 2019. She joined the Mountain Land team in 2019 as a Physical Therapist Assistant.
Kendra works primarily in outpatient orthopedics, and has additional training in myofascial interventions, aquatic therapy, strength and conditioning, and nutrition. As a very active person, Kendra was inspired to become a physical therapist assistant because she enjoys helping others heal and get back to doing the activities they love. Kendra strives to connect with each one of her patients and make them feel important while she treats his or her specific and individual needs.
In her free time, Kendra enjoys being active and spending time outdoors hiking, backpacking, running, water skiing, climbing, and rappelling.