Val Maughan, Physical Therapist Assistant


South Ogden Clinic Manager

Val, a native of Brigham City, has been involved in physical therapy for over 15 years. Her initial foray involved managing the business and front office, but necessity required her to return to school and obtain her PTA degree Pima Medical Institute, AZ (2013). Val has trained with an extensive number of outstanding PTs and has even had the opportunity to assist in the rehabilitation of NFL and MLB athletes. Most recently, Val has been able to not only utilize her skills in providing quality care, but also managing the insurance and financial aspects of out-patient PT. She is incredibly conscientious in providing the best quality of care, while clearly communicating the financial responsibility associated with their recovery. Countless patients over the years have expressed their appreciation at knowing upfront which has eased their concerns over therapy and healing.

Since joining the UPT team in 2021 she has enjoyed both quality bedside care and business and front office Co-Ordination. You will have not only fun but great education as you learn about your journey of healing while being treated by Val.

Val is an accomplished artist. She enjoys oil painting and appreciates displaying her masterpieces throughout the clinic “gallery”. She has been the recipient of numerous awards for her talent. Val also loves to share her ability to teach and has fun conducting paint parties in the community. When educating her patients at the bedside, Val often correlates their rehabilitation to the painting process and the layers and steps that skilled care and patient home programs combined in harmony to create a “masterpiece”. In her younger days, Val was a scholarship track athlete at Weber State and even a brief time as a stunt woman in Hollywood!

Currently much of Val’s free time is spent loving and spoiling her 9 children and 3 grandchildren. Getting her hands dirty gardening and painting and when indoors playing Animal Crossing all help her wind down after a busy day inpatient care.