Women's Health Specialists
Melissa Ita'aehau, DPT, CLT
Melissa graduated with a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2005. She has been practicing at Wasatch Physical Therapy ever since. She competed in pole vault while attending Utah State. Melissa coached gymnastics for 10 years at USA Gymnastics World in Bountiful. She enjoys tennis, biking, playing volleyball, and being active. She is married and has 5 kids. She has focused her therapy treatment in pelvic pain and incontinence issues as well as receiving certification in the treatment of lymphedema. Although she specializes in these things, she sees patients with all conditions. She is passionate about helping her patients become their best selves.
Carly Adams, DPT, OCS
Carly graduated with a doctorate from Eastern Washington University in Spokane, Washington. She then practiced for seven years in Bozeman, Montana, in an outpatient orthopedic setting before moving here to Utah. She enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and being outdoors hiking, camping and biking. Carly is a board certified orthopedic specialist. Her special interest area is in helping patients who are dealing with chronic pain.
Robyn Judd, DPT
Robyn graduated from the University of Utah in 2005 with a doctorate in physical therapy. She completed her undergraduate at BYU Idaho. Robyn and her family love to ski and snowboard on the wonderful mountains of Utah. She enjoys biking, playing tennis, and being outdoors. Robyn loves helping other people and it shows in her work. She sees patients with a wide variety of conditions; from pelvic pain, incontinence, orthopedic, and spine.
Daniel Johnson, DPT
Dan graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelors in Human Development and Family Studies, and from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with his doctorate in Physical Therapy. He treated patients in hospital and outpatient settings in southern Nevada prior to bringing his family back home to Utah in 2020. He is specializing in assessing and treating people with pelvic floor and orthopedic dysfunction.
Dan married his wife in 2011 and they enjoy three beautiful children. He loves hiking, running, and anything that takes him outdoors.
Alex Hanson, PTA
Alex earned her bachelor’s degree from Weber State University in Athletic Therapy. She then went on to earn an associate degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Provo College. She enjoys soccer, archery and snowboarding. She enjoys being outdoors with her husband and she competed in collegiate soccer at Utah State University Eastern. Alex treats a wide variety of physical therapy needs which range from pelvic health and orthopedic conditions.