BRIAN B. LAMBERT, P.T.
Brian was raised in Provo, Utah, graduating from Brigham Young Academy High School in 1968, and Brigham Young University in 1972. He then attended University of Pennsylvania for his Physical Therapy degree, graduating in 1974. He worked for Don W. Wortley at St. Marks Hospital in Salt Lake City for 4 years as a Staff PT.
He opened his Private Practice, Village Green Physical Therapy in 1977. In 1981 he and his partner moved the practice to Springville and renamed it Physical & Sports Therapy Services. During the last 24 years the practice has grown, adding a Partner, William G. Sumsion in 1991. The practice expanded, adding a hospital contract at Mountain View Hospital in 1993 to the present. In 1998 the Orem Clinic was added, as well as the Timpanogos Hospital in-patient care contract. In 2002 a new state-of-the-art Springville clinic was opened.
Brian and his wife of 35 years, Rebecca Redd, have lived in Mapleton for the last 23 years, they have 5 living children and 7 grandchildren. Brian has been active in community and Church affairs. He was President of the Springville/Mapleton Chamber of Commerce, on the Planning Commission and City Council in his hometown of Mapleton, Utah. He also has coached youth sports and is an avid horseman and hunter.
GREG R. THORPE, M.P.T., A.T.C.
Greg has been a Physical Therapist for over 5 years. All of those years have been with Physical & Sports Therapy Services at their Springville location. He is from Springville and attended Springville High School. Greg attended the University of Utah and received an undergraduate degree in sports medicine and exercise physiology and a Masters degree in physical therapy.
Greg enjoys working with all patient populations. He has specialized in foot and ankle and works closely with local orthopedic specialists in that area and makes custom foot orthotics. His sports medicine degree allows him to work closely with the athletes, coaches and sports medicine staff at Springville high school.