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Mission, Values, Belief
To nurture life and function in all children with disabilities
Our Principles of Service
Enhance life, Enable the joy of family and friends, Enliven and educate our communities
Our Core Values
Passion in service, Lightening burdens, Giving hope, trust and love
Our Foundational Belief
Every life should have joy through meaningful interactions with their friends and loved ones
Muriel Lee, C/NDT
Muriel graduated in 1990 as a physical therapist, following her training in London, England. She then worked in Canada before moving to the United States. Her experience includes work in neurological, orthopedic, cardiopulmonary and conditioning. She enjoys integrating all systems to take a holistic view of her clients. Her administrative experience includes coordinator of staff of experienced PTs, assistants, aides, and student volunteers in an outpatient hospital clinic, as well as in the home health setting.
“I moved to Utah from Canada in 1994 to take advantage of a job opportunity, and yes, because I love Utah’s mountains! My husband and I are the happy parents of five beautiful and independent children. We are proud to be numbered amonst the military families of the USA as my husband served in the Air National Guard. I love spending time with extended family, friends and how we love music, dancing (after all, it’s therapeutic, fun and great exercise)!”
Linda started work as a child in her family’s restaurant. She has worked in office management or administrative positions in law, manufacturing, language instruction and finance. Linda also worked in Tokyo, Japan, for eight years in English language instruction, then moving into translation in the finance and automobile manufacturing industries.
“My husband and I met while we were both working in Tokyo, Japan, and started our family of 4 there. Hiking, biking reading and family get most of my fun time. Being involved with building this clinic from the ground up has been very rewarding. I am impressed with the improvements I see in the children we treat.”
Physical Therapy Assistant
Candance was introduced to the physical therapy profession following a knee injury. She decided to leave the educational field and began studying physical therapy at Salt Lake Community College. Candance has always been passionate about the growth and development of children and pediatric physical therapy allowed for a great blending of her passions and skills.
“My journey in this life has brought me close to many children with special needs and ultimately has led me to IPTI. The positive energy, empathy and time we spend with our patients here is unlike any other pediatric therapy clinic. We work to gain the highest possible level you and your child can achieve.”
Nickson Kasue, RN
Medical Marketing Consultant
Nickson is a registered nurse with over 20 years of experience covering the complete cycle of life. His scope of practice includes hands-on skills with neonatal challenges through pediatrics, adolescences, adults and geriatric care in the area of hospice.
Nickson is a pediatric nurse with an emphasis and passion for those with special needs. His diverse career has given him a knowledge of directing, managing, training and coordinating care with multidisciplinary teams for the best possible outcomes for the children he serves.
“I enjoy working in this field and I strongly believe that together we can make a difference and a lasting impact in a child’s life.”
Students and Volunteers
On occasion, we have students and volunteers assisting at our clinic under our physical therapist’s supervision.