Sarah Fallon, PT, DPT, LSVT

Emily Smith, PT, DPT, OCS

  

Sarah grew up in Jackson and couldn't be kept away for long. After obtaining a Human Physiology and Philosophy degree from Gonzaga University, she spent two years in Peru doing non-profit volunteer work. Not only did she learn Spanish in her time abroad, the locals she met helped cultivate her compassion and empathy toward others. After Peru, she attended the University of Utah and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Sarah soon developed a passion for neurologic rehabilitation. She is motivated by the meaningful changes her treatment can provide. Sarah grew up dancing, which has helped her develop a love for treating orthopedic and sports related injuries, especially with the foot and ankle. She is happy to be back in the mountains with her family, friends and sweet puppy.

 
  

Emily grew up in Jackson and has recently moved back after completing a rigorous year of Orthopedic Residency at the University of Utah. Her continued education includes two bachelor's degrees in Exercise Science and Spanish from Hope College in Holland, Michigan. Her graduate program at the University of Montana granted her several faculty-awarded honors highlighting her leadership, passion and integrity. Emily has always loved being active, participating in swimming, track and rodeo at Jackson Hole High School where she graduated as valedictorian in 2011. She competed in the heptathlon in track and field at the college level and continues to pursue the outdoors with biking, hiking, skiing and running. 

 

Hearing Andi's story provides some insight behind the passion she has for her  profession. She became a Physical Therapist by chance. Her parents were involved in a private airplane accident in 1993; both survived the ordeal. Her mother suffered minor injuries, but her father sustained a spinal cord injury. Andi quit her sports marketing job to assist with her father's rehabilitation. As she followed him through this process, she learned something about an extraordinary group of people. Physical Therapists are not just exercise teachers; they are compassionate, caring individuals. When her father finished his rehabilitation, she returned to school to answer her calling of becoming a Physical Therapist. After spending 15 years away from Jackson, she returned to raise her two daughters near her family. 

Andi Lewis, PT, MSPT Owner