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The West Point clinic is located next door to Heart and Soul Family Medicine. This location offers a wide variety of specialty therapies including ASTYM, pneumatic unweighting, trigger point dry needling and aquatic therapy. Therapists at the West Point clinic have also provided therapy for the sports teams of Syracuse High School for many years to ensure athletes full and timely recoveries throughout the seasons. The West Point clinic offers extended hours to help make your therapy appointments as convenient as possible.
West Point Clinic Therapists
Daniel Sedgwick, PT, DPT, ATC
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer
Daniel has been on the Mountain Land Team since 2006 when he became an aide at the Clinton Clinic. He later went on to become an Athletic Trainer at Clearfield High School and a Public Relations Representative for the Northern Utah Region. In 2012 Dan graduated from the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions as a Doctor of Physical Therapy and joined the team as a full time Physical Therapist.
Daniel uses a team approach to help patients achieve their goals in physical therapy. He has experience in treating geriatrics, pediatrics, traumatic brain injury, tension headaches, low back pain (including Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction), and shoulder injuries in Throwing Athletes. Daniel was the athletic trainer for Clearfield High School until 2011 and became a physical therapist when he realized he enjoyed helping not just athletes, but all people return to the activities they love.
Daniel grew up in Syracuse Utah and now lives in Roy with his wife and three children. He enjoys attending Weber State University sporting events, playing softball and other sports, boating and vacationing with his family. Daniel is also fluent in Spanish.
Megan Miyawaki, PT, DPT
Megan started out as an intern for Mountain Land, then returned after completing PT school. She completed her undergraduate studies at Weber State University and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University in December 2022. Megan has experience in treating strokes, Parkinson’s disease, hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, as well as outpatient orthopedics.
As a dancer growing up, Megan was able to go through physical therapy at Mountain Land, where she fell in love with the idea that she could combine her interest in living an active/healthy lifestyle with helping others. Megan believes in building relationships and working together with her patients to find approaches that will help them get back to doing the things they love.
Megan loves dancing, photography, traveling, and hanging out with friends and family.
Eric Neil, PTA, CST
Physical Therapist Assistant, Certified Surgical Technologist
Eric graduated from Weber State University with his General Studies Associate’s Degree prior to receiving his certification as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Salt Lake City Community College. Eric pursued further education at Davis Applied Technology College where he earned his Surgical Technologist Degree.
Eric specializes in hand therapy and rehabilitation. When he works with patients he implements both fun and effective ways for them to progress. Eric strives to make a difference in his patients’ lives, making sure they’re satisfied with their therapy so that they can get back to doing the things they love.
In his spare time, Eric enjoys spending time with his family and keeping active. He enjoys camping, hiking, dirt biking, snowboarding, skateboarding and playing ice hockey.
Jaclyn Arave, PT, DPT, ATC
Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer
Jaclyn has been a member of the Mountain Land team since 2015, starting with us as a Physical Therapy Aide. Jaclyn then received her undergraduate in Athletic Training from Weber State University and spent four years with us as an Athletic Trainer. In May of 2022, Jaclyn graduated from the University of Utah with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy!
Jaclyn obtains an emphasis in sports rehabilitation due to her extensive clinical experience within athletic training. She has worked with many high school and collegiate athletes giving her the understanding of how to rehabilitate, improve, and ultimately prepare athletes to return to sport. Jaclyn’s therapy philosophy is to, “Work hard, laugh, and have fun on the journey to getting back to what you love.”
In January of 2023 Jaclyn got certified through Herman and Wallace in Pelvic Floor 1 which allows her to help women who have urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, back pain due to pregnancy, prenatal care, and postnatal care.
Jaclyn has been an athlete for the majority of her life and has experienced the benefits of physical therapy herself, sparking a lifelong passion for the field. “My exposure to this field has always been positive and I think it’s a very fulfilling job to help others get back to what they love to do and help them accomplish things they never thought they could.” Other than physical therapy, Jaclyn enjoys reading, running half-marathons, kayaking, playing volleyball, and traveling.