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Occupational Therapist MS OTR/L

NBCOT Credential
Senior home safety specialist
Certified aging in place specialist

Alexa specializes in working with the older adult and geriatric populations. She started Solei Rehab & Wellness as a way to reach and impact more people, allowing them to live their best life, despite the trials and tribulations of aging. Physical, occupational, and speech therapy can dramatically improve someone's ability to live a full and meaningful life. By eliminating the barrier of going to a traditional brick and mortar clinic, people will have access to quality therapy services they need. Alexa is a certified Occupational Therapist (MS OTR/L), Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS), a Senior Home Safety Specialist, and has her Executive Certification in Home Modification from the University of Southern California.  Alexa received her Bachelor's degree In Exercise Science from the University of Utah, and Master's degree in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University. Alexa is passionate about helping people of all ages and abilities improve their independence and quality of life to help them get back to doing the activities they want and need to do. She focuses on restoring and improving functional abilities through use of therapeutic activities and exercise. 


Physical Therapist DPT, ATC

Ashley has a passion for helping people decrease their pain and return to the activities they love. Her treatments focus on blending the importance of exercise and functional training with manual/hands-on therapy to help restore patients to optimal performance.

Ashley earned her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training and Athletic Therapy from Weber State University where she competed for the Women’s tennis team. She received her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science. Ashley is involved in teaching injury prevention techniques for tennis, golf, and dance programs in the community. She has worked with Weber State’s basketball, football, softball, and track teams. She has participated in community screenings for falls risk in older adults and has created and carried out walking programs for patients after surgery. Ashley is a member of the APTA, NATA, and is currently pursuing a manual therapy certification as well as a specialist certification in sports medicine. When not working, Ashley enjoys playing tennis, golf, hiking, skiing, biking and going to concerts.


Speech Language Pathologist MS CCC-SLP


Kenna has been a licensed speech language pathologist for 5 years now. She has had experience working primarily with the pediatric population in person and via tele-practice both in public schools and private practice. Kenna found she missed working with adults and began expanding her expertise to include home health speech therapy services as well. “I chose this profession because I knew that I wanted to help people. After I took my first class in communication disorders, I decided I was not only fascinated by the content, but that this career could provide a wide range of work opportunities while providing that piece of service to my community.” Kenna loves to share that she met her husband in Alaska while they both worked in the tourism industry one summer. They now have three children and enjoy spending time together and with family and friends.