Sandy Vojik, PT, DPT, CMPT 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 enrolled in a health coaching program through The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. This program taught Sandy how to help clients improve their nutritional habits through behavioral and mindset changes.
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.
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