Physical Therapy


$90 - $110/hour

Five 1-hour Visits $500

Five 30-min Visits


Manual Therapy | Hands-on treatment aimed at obtaining greater range of motion, decreased pain and swelling and improved neuro-muscular function. Manual therapy techniques can include but are not limited to joint mobilization and manipulation, traction, soft tissue mobilization and manual lymph drainage.

Neuromuscular Re-Education | One-on-one treatment approach aimed at developing coordination, kinesthetic awareness, balance, and improving posture. Developing these qualities can be achieved through multiple avenues including Pilates and weight training.

Dry Needling | A technique which involves penetrating the skin with a thin filiform needle to stimulate muscular and connective tissue to treat neuro-musculoskeletal pain and movement impairments. Dry needling is NOT acupuncture.

Ergonomic Assessment | Involves evaluating the efficiency and comfort of your work environment. This treatment may include adjusting a work space or corrections to your posture.

Biomechanical Analysis for Sports Performance| Encompasses a thorough evaluation of your movement patterns and structural restrictions. This is combined with other services including manual therapy and neuro-muscular re-education to reduce joint restrictions and teach you to perform efficiently in your sport.

Private Reformer Pilates | Pilates is designed to improve physical strength and flexibility, while helping to correct posture and enhance mental awareness. It is an effective rehabilitation and injury prevention tool.

Oov For Recovery | Oov helps prevent climber posture, elongates your spine, and awakens your nervous system.

The physical therapy program at The Front is a cash-based practice.

Meet The Physical Therapists

Sandy Vojik, PT, DPT, CMPT

Sandy received her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Utah in 2014. She is a native of Riverside, IL and grew up participating in a multitude of sports. She achieved an athletic scholarship to play softball at DePaul University, a Division I NCAA program. During her softball career at DePaul, she competed in two Women’s College World Series and was drafted to play in the National Professional Fastpitch League. Since graduating from physical therapy school, Sandy has devoted herself to becoming an expert clinician by proactively seeking out and participating in continuing education. For instance, she recently obtained her manual therapy certification through NAIOMT, a curriculum focused on improving clinicians’ critical thinking abilities, evidence-informed differential diagnosis, and intervention skills. Sandy also incorporates into her clinical practice knowledge acquired from other training programs, such as dry needling, nervous system mobilization, and advanced Pilates. To further assist her clients in achieving optimal functioning, she recently enrolled in a nutrition curriculum through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She will finish the certificate program in June 2018. This certificate will allow Sandy to help clients improve their nutritional habits through behavior and mindset change. In her free time, Sandy continues to pursue athletic and recreational endeavors. Sandy and her stud husband, Tom “Danger” Hanson, enjoy the endless opportunities for exploration in Utah.

Julia Pierson, PT, DPT

Julia Pierson received her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Utah in 2014. Prior to graduate school, she completed her bachelor's degree at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks (UAF) where she received an athletic scholarship for cross-country skiing and running.

Julia’s professional interests include fitness-related injuries with a focus on injury prevention, pelvic health physical therapy including pregnancy and postnatal related issues, and dizziness and balance disorders. Julia earned her Pilates for Rehabilitation certification from Polestar Pilates in 2014. She is working towards a pelvic rehabilitation practitioner certification through Herman and Wallace and is currently completing coursework for the treatment of female athletes. She has completed a nationally renowned competency course in vestibular rehabilitation and several other vestibular-based courses focused on conservative management for post-concussion, migraine, and cervicogenic dizziness.

Schedule An Appointment

To schedule an appointment, please complete the form below, and we will reach out as soon as possible.


Schedule a 15-minute consultation if you’re not sure Physical Therapy is the right plan for you.
(You will be redirected to MindBody)

We look forward to working with you!