Farrah Hudson • Physical Therapist
Farrah has 21 years of experience working in orthopedic physical therapy. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology from BYU and a master's degree in physical therapy from the University of Utah. She studied orthopedic manual therapy with the Ola Grimsby Institute specializing in treatments for the spine and extremities to increase mobility and decrease pain. Farrah’s passion is helping patients overcome pain and disability of any kind. She loves treating a variety of patients with sports injuries to life threatening chronic diseases. During the last 6 years at Dry Creek Physical Therapy she has worked to develop the Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs at Mountain Point Medical Center (MPMC). Farrah works closely with the cardiologists, pulmonologists, respiratory therapists, Yoga, Tai Chi, occupational therapy, and dietician professionals to provide the best comprehensive care. Instead of the traditional cardiac rehab model of 20-30 students with one professional, the focus at MPMC is more personal. It offers closely monitored exercise training with attentive one-on-one therapy and education tailored to treat the entire individual. Farrah sees patients from the University of Utah, the Heart & Lung Institute, and at MPMC’s Catheter Lab after cardiac events, open heart surgery, heart failure, lung diseases and long-term COVID syndrome. Farrah has also served as adjunct faculty at the Rocky Mountain University School of Physical Therapy, teaching Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation at the graduate level.
Farrah loves sports with her husband, 4 kids and friends. In her spare time, she enjoys teaching spin and yoga classes, gardening, and cooking for friends and family.