The licensed professionals in our Rawlins clinic provide physical therapy care for a variety of conditions, including general orthopedics, sports medicine, pre- and post-operative care, total joint rehab, running analysis and custom orthotics. In addition to physical therapy treatments, we are able to provide athletic training and sports specific rehabilitation training to school-age and adult athletes, including free injury screenings.
Our therapists spend one-on-one time with every patient to evaluate their condition, discuss treatment options, and develop an effective, evidence-based treatment plan. Patients appreciate the team approach to their care as they benefit from the unique skills and abilities of each therapist, while under the direct care and supervision of the same therapist throughout their care.
While new to the Rawlins community, Fremont Therapy has been serving Fremont County for nearly 20 years and is widely regarded, both by physicians and patients, as being clinically exceptional and outcomes-driven. Patients coming to our new clinic can expect superior customer service and an evidence-based approach to get them back to healthy and active lifestyles as soon as possible.
The Rawlins clinic was completed in May 2015 and is a 6,500 square foot facility with a heated therapy pool, four private treatment rooms, a large gym facility with state-of-the art therapy equipment and a whirlpool for wound care. The therapy pool, which is clinically beneficial for pain relief and expediting recovery, is kept at 95 degrees and is equipped with an underwater treadmill. Patients enjoy the year-round safety of convenient handicap parking, fully handicap accessible entry and heated sidewalks.
Nate joined Fremont Therapy Group in 2015 and is the director of the Rawlins clinic. He has been a practicing physical therapist since 2008, primarily working in the outpatient orthopedic setting. Nate is a certified functional capacity evaluator, which allows him to evaluate individuals’ capacity to perform work activities related to his or her employment. He also has advanced training in pediatrics, orthopedics, wound care, manual therapy and sports therapy. Nate works with all patients, from pediatrics to geriatrics, and enjoys seeing them progress and get back to doing the things they enjoy most in life.
Nate earned his doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the A.T. Still University in Arizona and his Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Sciences from the University Wyoming.
When not seeing patients, you will find Nate spending time with his wife, Randi, and their four children, Mylee, Harris, Wilk and Benson. They are active in the community and love biking, hiking, traveling and pretty much any sport in which they have the opportunity to participate.
Myriah joined Fremont Therapy Group in 2015. She has always had an interest in the medical field and physical activities which led her to pursue a career in physical therapy to combine the two. She likes working one-on-one with patients to provide individualized care to help them return to their prior activity level. She enjoys working in a rural setting, allowing her to use a wide array of skills and continue learning about different specialties within the field. Myriah has many interests, some of those including orthopedics, geriatrics, manual therapy and wound care. She would eventually like to specialize in geriatrics or orthopedics and become certified in manual therapy.
Myriah earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of South Florida and her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Colorado Mesa University. She played volleyball, basketball and ran track at Rawlins High School and played rugby at Colorado Mesa.
In her free time Myriah enjoys playing sports, spending time outdoors, traveling, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Micah joined Fremont Therapy Group in 2017. He has worked in orthopedic settings and gained hospital and neurological experience while doing traveling therapy work. He enjoys finding ways to improve his patient's quality of life and loves to empower them to live healthier lives and move better in all aspects of their daily activities. Micah thrives in rural settings like Rawlins because it gives him an opportunity to work with a variety of conditions and patients ranging from children to seniors.
Micah earned his doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in May 2015. His undergraduate degree is in Sports and Exercise Science with biology and psychology minors from the University of Northern Colorado. Micah plans to pursue certifications in sports, orthopedics and patients with neurological conditions. He has experience in strength and conditioning as well as with patients with neurological conditions like MS, Parkinson's and vestibular conditions as well as cancer patients.
When he’s not treating patients, you can find him in the gym working on personal fitness and weightlifting, or in the outdoors hiking, camping, boating, fishing. He’s also enjoys participating in and/or watching sports.
Zac joined Fremont Therapy Group after completing his Bachelor of Science in athletic training at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. He chose to pursue athletic training after serving in the United States Marine Corps. After receiving treatment for a knee injury from an athletic trainer, Zac’s passion became apparent. Zac enjoys working with the athletic population, one of the many reasons he chose this field to excel in. He has a particular interest in the rehabilitative process and enjoys seeing his patients successfully return to play and excel on and off the field. Zac splits his time between the clinic and the high school, overseeing the athletic teams. Zac’s main objective for the athletic teams is the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of injures. To practice prevention Zac is also a certified Sportsmetrics instructor, a program designed to reduce ACL tears. He has begun to implement this program within the high school sports teams to help keep the athletes in the game. His personable and caring attitude creates a trusting environment.
Zac enjoys working with a team of like-minded professionals to provide patients with the best possible outcomes. When he is not on the sidelines of a game, you can find Zac with friends and family. To relax, he likes to hunt, fish, work out, and train for marathons.
Stacey comes to Fremont Therapy Group with many years of personal training experience and a passion for health and fitness. Her love for exercise helps her provide a high level of support to our physical therapists and our patients. She is energetic and personable and especially enjoys getting to know each of our patients. Hearing their stories is both inspirational and motivating for her. It’s a good day for Stacey when she can see someone she’s been working with feel healthier and enjoy life more.
Stacy spent several years in the Army National Guard after graduating from high school. She deployed to Baghdad, Iraq in 2010. These days she is pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education, with plans to graduate in the next couple of years. She also enjoys competing in bodybuilding competitions.
Stacy is from Louisiana and has been a Wyoming resident for nearly five years. She is raising her two boys with her wonderful fiance who works for the highway patrol. Wyoming is the perfect fit for their young and active family.
Peggy is the welcoming, friendly face that greets patients and guests on arrival in our Rawlins clinic. As the Insurance Coordinator, she works with insurance companies and patients to collect the necessary documentation. She also works closely with the therapists and the medical professionals we serve to ensure communication between our clinic and their practices are efficient and effective.
Peggy relocated to the Rawlins area in 2014. Prior to living in Rawlins, Peggy spent over 20 years working with orthopedic and therapy groups in the Denver area.
When not working in the clinic, Peggy enjoys spending time with her husband riding their Harley, camping, and taking road trips to visit their grandchildren.
Wendy works with patients to collect the necessary documentation, confirms insurance coverage, and schedules their physical therapy appointments. She also works closely with the therapists and the medical professionals we serve to ensure communication between our clinic and their practices are efficient and effective.
Wendy moved to Rawlins 2014 and has worked as a receptionist for 10 years. She loves greeting patients and helping them get the treatment they need.
When she's not working, she spends time with her husband and two daughters. They love to travel and explore all the beauty Wyoming has to offer, especially museums and all the small towns in Wyoming have to offer.
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