I love helping people; from solving their problems, to helping heal their pain, to getting someone to laugh who is going through a rough time. Physical therapy gives me the ability to use exercise and knowledge of the human body to accomplish all of the above. Helping someone reach their goal or experience pain free movement again drives me to be the best therapist I can be.
– David Hunt, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Combining Experience and Skill to Achieve YOUR Goals
Medicine is centered on what the patient experiences as well as what their symptoms and perceptions are. Great care comes from enabling a patient to share their feelings. Building trust and enjoying the experience is what sets Synergy Physical Therapy apart from all others.
Active listening, evaluation skills tempered by years of experience, and an eclectic approach of manual therapy makes the Synergy Physical Therapy treatment approach the solution.
Our Mission is to be the highest credentialed experts providing personalized care which exceeds the client’s expectations. We will be the solution to pain, weakness, and impaired movement. A balanced life aspects of wellness, health, and strength all connect. Synergy means exceptional communication with the provider, client, and referral sources.
With Synergy, all are better together.
What Matters To Us:
- Results driven wellness – measurable, predictable, and achievable
- A team approach to health and wellness
- Make each visit a memorable one
- Share knowledge, fun experiences, and help heal each person
- Seek the best results
- Be the solution
- Be responsive and professional and fun
With Synergy, be something greater.
About David Hunt
DPT, OCS, CSCS
David graduated from BYU in 2002 with Bachelors of Science in Fitness and Wellness Management and a minor in business. He became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and ACE Cert. Personal Trainer in 2002. He completed his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Chapman University in 2005. David worked in Carlsbad and Vista, CA with Gaspar Doctors of Physical Therapy until 2010.
In 2008, he became a Physical Therapy Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.
In July 2010, David moved with his family to Springville, UT. He began practicing at Elevate Fitness and Rehab. He and his wife found their passion for triathlons when they were introduced to the events by their coaches at Elevate. In April 2015, he moved his practice to Spanish Fork. He has a well-rounded understanding of helping sports injuries, back and neck pain, improving balance, surgical rehab, and helping young and old to move with less pain.
David grew up in Burbank, CA and has always loved the outdoors. He played sports his entire life and has a love for basketball, baseball, and football. He has four wonderful kids at home. David loves to road cycle, mountain bike and fishing.
About Robert Snow
DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS
Robert is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist with 16 years of experience in orthopedics and sports physical therapy.
He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2002 and his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from San Diego State University in 1999. Additionally, he is a Certified Athletic Trainer (BOC) and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA).
He is a guest lecturer at California State University San Marcos and San Diego State University in the Kinesiology and Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. His practice and patients range from little league baseball players, active moms, weekend warriors, active and sedentary seniors and professional athletes.
Robert is an avid road cyclist. He serves as an athletic trainer for local high schools covering football and baseball programs. His passion for the practice of physical therapy extends to pro-bono work for local little leagues, clubs, and high-school teams. He assists with pre-season conditioning, injury awareness, and corrective exercise to keep young athletes healthy.
Robert grew up in Salt Lake. Recently, he has returned to Utah with his wife and kids.
He specializes in orthopedics, cardiac rehabilitation, athletic injuries and prevention, balance and stability, knee & shoulder injuries, as well as strength and conditioning programs.
About Megan Pratt
Megan Pratt was born and raised outside of Chicago, Illinois. She played numerous sports in high school and was able to play collegiate soccer while she pursued her Bachelors degree in Athletic Training at Indiana Wesleyan University.
After completing her degree in 2011, she moved to Florida where she was an adjunct instructor and involved with curriculum development at Florida Gateway College in the Physical Therapist Assistant program. This is where her first found her love for physical therapy.
She decided to return to school to get her Associates as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Roane State Community College in Oak Ridge, Tennessee in 2013. She worked as a physical therapist assistant for about 2 years, where she treated an orthopedically impaired and pelvic health patient population.
In 2015, she desired to further expand her education in pursuing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Rocky Mountain University in Provo, Utah. Shortly after beginning her doctoral education, she met and married her husband Zack, who currently works at CenterPoint Church.
During all of these years as a student and clinician, she enjoyed hobbies like hiking, skiing, camping, CrossFit, and traveling. Megan moved to pursue this specialty in physical therapy of pelvic health in Greenville, South Carolina. She loved and gained guidance in practicing with other pelvic health physical therapists. Both she and her husband missed Utah when in Greenville and decided to move back.
They have just expanded their family, having their first son Judah in late December. She is very excited to specialize and offer this service of a pelvic health therapist in Utah Valley. She is also currently working as a lab assistant at Rocky Mountain University.