Brian Jensen earned a doctorate degree in occupational therapy from Creighton University. Brian has focused his entire occupational therapy career in therapy of the upper extremity, is a skilled manual therapist, and has also become a Graston Technique provider. He is passionate about being a skilled manual therapist, combining his enthusiasm for life and desire to return patients to full function. Brian is currently managing our Clinton, Utah clinic and he also manages our student education program. At Summit Hand Therapy, we bring students country wide getting their degree in occupational therapy in to do professional 12 week rotations. In clinic, Brian provides his patients a unique style of therapy, one where healing is combined laughter, caring, kindness, and working hand-in-hand with each patient to create a therapeutic environment that promotes positive healing. Brian was raised in Green River, Wyoming and loves the outdoors. You can often find him fly-fishing on the Weber River or riding dirt bikes in the mountains above Ogden. Brian and his wife have two young children and a rambunctious golden-doodle named Lulu. Brian speaks fluent Spanish.