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Austin Johnson, PTA, joins staff of Teton Therapy Cheyenne Clinic

Teton Therapy is proud to announce the addition of Physical Therapist Assistant Austin Johnson, PTA, to its Cheyenne clinic staff. Johnson, a Denver, Colorado, native and graduate of the city’s Pima Medical Institute, will begin seeing patients at Teton Therapy’s state-of-the-art facility at 603 E. Carlson St., Suite #304 in Cheyenne.

Following his graduation from Frederick High School in Longmont, Colorado, Johnson went east, starting his career in the military at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He then headed to the emergency room — as an Emergency Medical Technician, and a member of the Buena Vista, Colorado, Search and Rescue.

He “fell in love with physical therapy” during that time because it’s “really trying to get everybody back to 100% so they can get back to doing what they love.”

As a Physical Therapist Assistant, Johnson has worked with all types of patients, including some
interesting athletes: “I really enjoyed working with college basketball and soccer players, and I loved
getting them back on the road.

But most unusual was the “semi-pro ultimate frisbee player. … It’s interesting because they have to cut and turn at high rates. It causes knee and ankle issues, and I just had to get them back to where they could react” to the fast pace of the sport.

Whether you’re looking to compete at a high level or just return to living life pain-free, Johnson is ready to help.

“I’ve never had a patient I didn’t enjoy working with, [helping them get] to a goal they set.”

Schedule your free pain consultation at Teton Therapy today by calling 307-514-9999 or by finding us on the web.

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