David is the owner and founder of In Home Physical Therapy. Together with his team of professional therapists, they have over 80 years of combined experience. David enjoys athletics and routinely plays Racquetball, Pickleball, and Tennis. In addition, he enjoys camping, hiking and anything that involves the outdoors. David graduated from the University of Utah, with a degree in physical therapy. While there, he played on the baseball team where he learned the value of teamwork and determination. He previously owned and operated an orthopaedic practice in West Jordan, entitled Jordan Valley Physical Therapy Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, where he worked for over 30 years prior to starting In Home Physical Therapy.
"I am proud to introduce my physical therapy specialists team. Each is unique with years of hands on experience in the treatment of injuries, and rehabilitation and highly gifted in the art of healing. We do not use physical therapy assistants, aides, exercise physiologist, or other medical related personnel. I have been offering in-home outpatient physical therapy rehab for 13 years. I love to see my patients progress and get the results they're anxious to receive."
Daniel Anderson, D.P.T.
Daniel is a licensed physical therapist with 7 years of experience in settings of Home Health, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Long Term Acute Care. Graduate of Utah State University in Logan, Utah with a BS in Physical Education, and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy at A.T Still University in Mesa, Arizona. llinois. He has been director at Evanston Regional Hospital for over 30 years in Evanston Wyoming. His special interests are orthopedics geriatrics and home health care.
Claudia Giannelli, D.P.T.
Claudia Giannelli is a licensed physical therapist in Utah. She graduated from New York University with a B.S. in Physical Therapy in 1989. While working as a physical therapist, Claudia continued her education completing a Master of Exercise Physiology degree in 1997 from Long Island University, NY as well as a Doctorate of Physical from Dominican College, NY in 2019. Prior to moving to Utah in 2019, Claudia lived in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York. Early in her career, she was involved in various areas of physical therapy, including cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, sports medicine, in- hospital acute care, and outpatient rehabilitation. Claudia was Director of Physical Therapy for Marc Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine in Haverstraw, New York. She is a dedicated therapist who takes time to listen to and evaluate each patient to provide a individualized treatment program for them. and her specialties include, pain management, fall prevention, total hip and knee replacements, soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, kinesio-taping, geriatrics, Parkinson’s Disease, MS, vestibular rehabilitation, and aqua exercise. In her free time, Claudia enjoys cooking, hiking, cycling, and reading.
"I love the one on one setting of home care. I find that my patients respond better in this environment. I am a strong advocate of hands on, physical therapy. I love to make a difference in my patients lives."
Rhonda Hancock, P.T.
Rhonda is a graduate of Mount St Mary's Physical Therapy program in Los Angeles, and has been practicing for 28 years. She has been doing home health physical therapy throughout her entire career, along with working in outpatient clinics. "My favorite thing about Home Health PT is getting to make a change in someone's life and helping them to safely function inside and outside their home again." Rhonda married her childhood sweetheart (they met when she was 1 week old) and they have 3 children. She grew up in Northern California in the heart of the Redwood Forest where she spent her days climbing trees, building forts, and playing any sport she could find. Her favorite new sport is Pickleball.