Denton Scow DPT Industrial Rehab Manager
North Anchorage Clinic Manager
Denton was born and raised in rural Idaho. He completed his undergraduate work at BYU-Idaho with a Bachelors's in Health Science. He continued his education and earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at A.T. Still University in 2009. Since then, Denton has had the opportunity to work in many aspects of physical therapy including hospital care, home health, outpatient therapy, rehabilitation centers, and work injury-specific rehabilitation programs and testing. Denton currently treats all orthopedic injuries while also overseeing the Work Hardening Program and Functional Capacity Evaluations at Denali Physical Therapy with a primary goal of helping injured workers gain their capacity to work again, while simultaneously improving their daily lives through functional improvement.
Denton became interested in physical therapy because of his love of sports, desire to help, and opportunity to work where he can still be a “people person”. He has a deep interest in orthopedic physical therapy as well as work/industrial rehabilitation. He loves to meet new people and says that his favorite part of physical therapy is developing friendships while helping people return to work, sport, and life as quickly as possible.
Denton and his wife have four children. He loves spending time with his family, painting with Bob Ross, and playing whatever the latest fads of the time are with his kids. He enjoys anything the Alaska outdoors can throw at him, especially skiing, fishing, and hiking.