Eric Williams was born and raised in Orem, Utah where the Wasatch Mountains ingrained in him a deep love for all things outdoors. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism at the University of Utah while working in ski patrol during the winters. After writing for Ski Racing Magazine for five years, he decided physical therapy was his real dream job and attended Rocky Mountain University where he earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2014.

After helping countless injured skiers on the slopes as a ski patroller, it was a natural progression for Eric to take an interest in rehabilitation and helping people bounce back from injuries and long-term health issues. Providing treatment that is custom tailored to each patient’s needs in an energetic and uplifting environment is what Eric loves most about physical therapy.

In 2018, Eric completed his Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment Certification (Cert. MDT) with the McKenzie Institute, capping a three and a half year process of advancing his training in treating a variety of spine and extremity conditions.   

Eric is happy doing anything in the outdoors, including snow and water skiing, fly fishing, hiking and biking. He also enjoys the challenge of participating in sprint triathlons with his wife Jenn, who always beats his time. Their three young sons keep Eric and Jenn busy with many activities.