Rhett was born and raised in a small, eastern Utah town of Roosevelt where he played football, basketball, and baseball at Union High School. After spending two years in Brazil on full-time service, he completed his undergraduate studies at Utah State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Human Movement Science in 2011 while playing baseball. From there he went on to complete his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City in 2014. He has been at Grants Pass Physical Therapy ever since.
Rhett’s clinical interests include treating any orthopedic condition and post-operation patients using manual therapy, one-on-one patient education, and activity specific training. He is a Certified Manual Physical Therapist through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Rhett also specializes in treating throwing athletes and is certified by Driveline Baseball to develop programs for pitchers. He is a member of Baseball Health Professionals.
In his spare time Rhett likes to spend time with his wife Jamie and his three children (Easton, Nolan, and Camden) playing a wide variety of sports and games. He also enjoys weight training, woodworking, and is an avid Seattle Mariners and Utah State Aggies fan.
Certified Manual Physical Therapist