West Layton Clinic
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The West Layton clinic is located on Gordon Avenue on the south side of the Davis Family Physicians building. This location offers many specialty therapies including ASTYM, aquatic therapy, pneumatic unweighting, women’s health and pediatric therapy. The West Layton clinic also specializes in sports enhancement therapy and has provided therapy to the sports teams of Syracuse and Clearfield High Schools for many years.
West Layton Clinic Therapists
Evan Johnson, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. DN
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist, Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Evan earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2016. He specializes in sports injuries, spine and shoulder injuries, and balance rehabilitation.
Evan loves helping patients improve their quality of life through healthy changes. He works with each patient, creating a unique and specialized plan to relieve pain and disfunction and get them back to doing the things they love.
In his free time, Evan enjoys biking, running, fishing, playing guitar and spending time with his family.
Megan Goff, PT, MPT, OCS
Physical Therapist, Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Megan is originally from Kaysville, Utah and a graduate from Davis High school. She received her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
She has experience in orthopedic, geriatric, and pediatric physical therapy. Her love for sports and athletics inspired her to enter this field because physical therapy allowed her to mix them together with how the body works and how it heals. Outside of work, Megan is very active. She enjoys to hike, camp, cook, travel, and play softball and volleyball.
Josh Bulloch, PT, DPT
Josh earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2020. He also earned his Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) certification with Owens Recovery Science in Evansville, Indiana.
Specializing in orthopedic manual therapy, Josh is also trained in blood-flow restriction therapy, a unique treatment that allows the patient to receive the benefits of heavy lifting without the stress to healing or injured tissues. He knows first-hand the benefits of physical therapy after spending time in Panama assisting a man to walk for the first time in 17 years after months of therapeutic exercise. Josh is passionate about putting himself into the patient’s shoes and giving them the tools they need so they can reach their goals and get back to doing what they love.
When not in the office, Josh enjoys traveling, weight lifting, playing the violin, and spending time with his family camping and hiking. He is also a big sports fan and previously played linebacker for Southern Utah University.
Jaden Hoth, PT, DPT, Cert. DN
Jaden Hoth graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 2018 with his Doctor of Physical Therapy. Jaden enjoys working with lower extremity musculoskeletal disorders and specializes in spinal manipulation techniques, functional dry needling, and chronic pain therapeutic education.
As a soccer player and coach himself, Jaden knows firsthand what patients’ expectations are. Jaden uses manual therapy techniques to get the body to heal as quickly and safely as possible, so people can get back to doing the things they love. Jaden strives to give each patient the highest quality of care and takes importance in educating people on the “why” behind every treatment.
When not in the clinic, you can find Jaden playing a variety of sports including soccer, golf, hockey, and tennis. Jaden also enjoys traveling and hiking with his family.
Laurie Frost, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Laurie has been with Mountain Land since 2010. Prior to working as a physical therapist, she worked as an aide at the Kaysville, Utah clinic. She received her degree from Salt Lake Community College.
Laurie’s passion is aquatic therapy, but she also has experience with acute care, ICU, hand therapy and transitional care. She’s a positive person who helps keep her patients motivated to reach their goals. Laurie’s interest in physical therapy came from her experience as a soccer player and her love for University of Utah football. She loves spending time with her husband and two children.