The RMUoHP Foundation

The Community Rehabilitation Clinic is funded by the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Foundation. The Foundation is organized and operates exclusively as a nonprofit public foundation and is not organized for the private gain of any purpose. It is exempt from income tax under the provisions of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  The mission of Rocky Mountain University Foundation is to advance the quality and accessibility of healthcare.  We fulfill our mission by:

  • Serving our community through the Community Rehabilitation Clinic and other strategic initiatives.
  • Fostering learning and sponsoring research for students and faculty in healthcare fields.
  • Collaborating with organizations that have shared missions and objectives.

For more information on the RMUoHP Foundation please contact:

Victor Morris
Director & Grant Writing Specialist
(801) 734-6774
[email protected]

Our Partners

Advisory Board

The CRC Advisory Board is made up of representatives from RMUoHP Foundation Board of Directors, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions faculty and physical therapists and business leaders from Utah County who provide financial oversight and recommendations on clinic operations, marketing, resource development, and volunteer recruitment.


Chair – Dr. Mark Horacek, Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs & Provost, RMUoHP

 Vice Chair – Trevor Dorius, DPT, Intermountain Physical Therapy


Ulrike H. Mitchell, PhD, DPT, MTC, OCS – Associate Professor, Department of Exercise Sciences, Brigham Young University

Matthew F. Bushnell, DPT – Orem Sports Medicine Center

Rachel Lovejoy – Executive Director, Community Health Connect

Cristina Larsen – Office ManagerMountainlands Family Health Center  

Joel Tenbrink, PT, PhD, ATC – Assistant Program Director, DPT Program, RMUoHP

Coleby Clawson, DPT – eDPT Faculty; CRC Clinic Director, RMUoHP

Vic Morris – Director & Grant Writing Specialist, RMUoHP Foundation

MS Physical Therapy & Wellness Center

Individuals with MS within the Utah County struggle to find individualized and MS-specific PT rehabilitation and wellness services to address their symptoms and health needs. Healthcare providers trained in providing MS-specific services are aware of various strategies and resources for managing chronic symptoms of the disease and therefore, significantly enhance the health-related outcomes in these individuals.  To address these challenges, our team has established a unique MS-specific physical therapy and wellness program which focusses on enhancing the physical, social, and emotional dimensions in an individual with MS.