Michael C. Smith
Mike has worked in Outpatient Othopedics and Sports Medicine for most of his career. He loves working with all ages and types of injuries but has taken a special interest in the rehabilitation of shoulders and the overhead athlete. He has spent many hours in continuing education and working with all kinds of overhead athletes. As a college pitcher himself, he has studied biomechanics and strength and conditioning specifically for baseball players. He has spent many years helping all types of overhead athletes of all abilities, including elite players.
Mike’s love of activity and the outdoors has guided him in his love for physical therapy. He has been a competitive triathlete for many years and has completed multiple Ironman triathlons and marathons. Competitive softball has also been a big part of his life. He loves to spend time with his wife and 3 girls. Together they love to ski, hike, backpack, camp, and enjoy the outdoors.
Trent C Henderson, DPT
Trent is an orthopedic physical therapist who also treats home health patients. He attended Salt Lake Community College for 2 years on a baseball scholarship and graduated with an Associates Degree. He continued his studies at Bellevue University in Nebraska before completing his undergraduate work at “The U”. He graduated from the University of Texas El Paso with a Master’s and Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. Upon graduation from UTEP, he was awarded clinician of the year for outstanding performance in the clinical setting. Trent was the director of 2 outpatient clinics for 7 years before joining Fit Quest in September 2017. In his free time, Trent enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and 3 kids. He also loves boating, softball, and swimming with his kids.
Melina A Witt, DPT, CSCS
Millie studied 4 years of violin at Weber State University, receiving her AA and taking her travels to China and Taiwan to perform. She received her BS in Physical Therapy Studies from the University of Utah. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Utah, then added her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist credentialing that same year. She has mostly worked in small orthopedic clinics but has also worked in oncology, and home health. She has completed countless hours of continuing education and treatment in Vestibular Rehabilitation and is currently testing for her APPI International Pilates Matwork Certification. Millie has had a case study printed in the Physical Therapy Journal Online and has presented this case at the American Physical Therapy Association national Combined Sections Meeting. Millie and her daughter enjoy all activities from the mountains to the ocean.