As a Physical Therapist, Athletic Trainer for the World Tennis Professionals (ATP), and the owner of Sundance PT, Clay Sniteman specializes in the treatment of severe hip, shoulder and elbow injuries of world-class athletes. His specialized approach has been gained through his experience as the former therapist for the Olympics, World Championships, and Chicago Sledgehockey Team. He is a featured lecturer in numerous cities around the world on biomechanics and the necessity for tailored training and treatment programs. Clay is also a published author for the U.S. Figure Skating Magazine, and has served as the therapist for the World Special Olympics for his understanding of special need individuals. As a specialist in biomechanics, Clay Sniteman creates specialized training programs and workout regimes for numerous elite athletes. Clay is the beneficiary of a diverse educational experience. He spent two years in Germany studying at the University of Maryland in Augsburg, Germany and then completed a BS in Exercise Science at Montana State University followed by an MS in Physical Therapy at the University of Montana. He also completed an Athletic Training degree at Weber State University.
Kalene Danley, a Riverton, Utah native, graduated from Weber State University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and a minor in Health Promotions. She began working for Sundance Physical Therapy soon after. From 2003-2008, she also worked as an assistant Athletic Trainer at Weber State University to work with track and field, women’s soccer, tennis, and cheerleading. While working at Weber State, Kalene concurrently earned a master’s degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion with an emphasis in Injury Prevention and Human Performance. Kalene is married to Patrick Danley and they have two children, Kinzey and Krew.
Talon Bird is a native of Ephraim, Utah where he attended Manti High School and later received his associate’s degree from Snow College. Talon graduated from Weber State University with his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2008. During his studies at WSU he worked with several of the athletic teams and completed clinical rotations at local high schools, IHC Medical Center and Sundance Physical Therapy. Talon began working with the staff here at Sundance in 2009. Talon is also employed at Weber State University as an assistant Athletic Trainer working with the football team, and men and women’s tennis teams. He earned his master’s degree at Southern Utah University in sports conditioning and performance. Talon is married to his wife Natalie and they have four children Payson, Tytan, Kamden, and Stockton.
Sherri Duft, MPT was born in Kansas and received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Sterling College and her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Wichita State University. She treats all variety of patients and diagnoses while having added interest and training in sport-related injuries, pelvic dysfunction and stabilization, and neck and back pain and problems. She did continuing education training with Myopain Seminars and is licensed in trigger point dry needling. Sherri co-taught a course on kinesiology taping theory and technique and trained at the American Institute of Balance in vestibular rehabilitation. She treats pregnant and post partum patients including diastasis recti. Sherri is married to Eric Duft who is the Associate Head Coach of Men’s Basketball at Weber State University and is the mother of four children, Jaret, Halle, Easton, and Kourt.
Amelia Llanos, DPT is an east coast native and has been adventuring in Utah for the past three years. She graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Rehab Science and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018 from Northeastern University. She co-authored a study on inter-limb motor control published in the journal Human Movement Science and works to keep up with the latest in evidence-based medicine. Amelia has a passion for helping people of all abilities, return to doing what they love after injury, whether it's hitting the slopes, picking up a grandchild, or planting the summer garden. She firmly believes in treating every patient with integrity, compassion, and attention to detail. When she's not in the clinic, Amelia is Usually out rock climbing, snowboarding, or taking a crack at any outdoor sport she can get her hands on.
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