Randy Hite MPT, CSCS, SCS
Randy is a Wyoming State licensed Physical Therapist, Board Certified Clinical Sport Specialist, and NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. After his completion of his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, from the University of Wyoming, he went on to complete his graduate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of North Dakota. Randy has 20+ years of clinical experience in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine and has helped thousands of athletes return to the sports they love and enjoy. One of less than 400 in the world, Randy has 10 years as a board certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy, further enhancing his treatment for the athlete, and demonstrating his strong passion for excellence in sports medicine. With over 18 years as a certified strength and conditioning specialist, Randy has had the privilege of training hundreds of athletes at the high school, collegiate, and professional levels of competition. e H He attributes his success to the effective program design with emphasis on maximizing sport specific strength and enhancing game specific speed. Randy has presented at numerous clinics, in 5 different states, on topics to include injury prevention, performance enhancement training, and progressive rehabilitation techniques.
Alicia Clouston, MPT, LATC
Alicia is a Physical Therapist and Licensed/Certified Athletic Trainer at Gillette Physical Therapy, where she has been employed since 2006. She is a North Dakota native and moved to Gillette in 2003. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training in 1998. She furthered her education and received her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Mary in 2000. She is certified in Athletic training and emergency response and is a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Wyoming Physical Therapy Association, National Athletic Trainers Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.