Owner/Founder of Red FOX Physical Therapy, PC

Sara A. Mohagen, PT, DPT

 
 

“People shouldn’t dread going to physical therapy. They should look forward to it. They should enjoy themselves, and know that they are investing in themselves and practicing good self-care. They should know that their practitioner values them and is invested in helping them reach their goals. That can make all the difference for them to overcome their challenges and be able to fully enjoy life. I hope the medical world can start seeing people like people again instead of numbers.”
— Sara A. Mohagen, PT, DPT
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Dr. Sara A. Mohagen grew up in the tiny town of Weed, CA at the base of Mt. Shasta. During college she owned a Medical Transcription company, was a dance instructor, and worked as an Office Manager and aide at a Physical Therapy clinic. She graduated with honors from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and Pre-Physical Therapy, and a double minor in Psychology and Biology. She received her Doctorate with honors in 2009 from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA.

Dr. Mohagen has experience in a variety of settings including pediatric inpatient and outpatient, sports rehabilitation and orthopedic settings, oncology, military, hospital outpatient and inpatient orthopedic and neurologic, and private physical therapy. She has worked with all age ranges, from neonatal to senior. Sara has provided educational talks and continuing education for various other providers on the subjects of Lumbar Mobilization and Manipulation Techniques, Oncology in Physical Therapy, and Foot and Ankle Biomechanics.

She is certified through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as a Credentialed Clinical Instructor and holds advanced education certificates in shoulder rehabilitation and lower extremity biomechanics.

Sara is happily married to her husband Kyle Mohagen, who is the principal of King’s Beach Elementary School. They live in a cabin near Donner Lake with their four dogs. Sara enjoys camping, hiking, dancing, kayaking, and running in her spare time. She is also a local artist and founder of Dark Fox Creative where she shares prints such as the one seen below. She is a Stage IV cancer survivor and grateful to be able to provide care and service to the members of her community.