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Terry Sellers is originally from Clearwater, Florida and has lived in Utah for 21 years. He received his BS and MS from BYU and his MD from St. Louis University School of Medicine. After his own struggles with addiction, Dr. Sellers has been clean from opiates for 14 years and is now Board-Certified in Addiction Medicine. He loves helping people achieve their true potential and his favorite quote is “A ship in harbor is safe, but that’s not why ships are built” by John A. Shedd. Those who know Doc know he is a huge sports fan, music buff, and golf fanatic…His teams include the Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Orioles, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Celtics, and Detroit Red Wings. He’s also been to the Master’s Golf Tournament 3 times and owns 115 golf shirts.More
Clint has spent the last decade caring for patients in need. He began his career as a physical therapist assistant helping patients manage their pain and better their lives. His days in Physical therapy eventually led him to the world of recovery. Clint cares deeply about creating an environment that promotes positive change through recovery. In his spare time he can be found either watching or playing sports. He has been an avid supporter of Sober Softball League, he helps coach a high school girls basketball team and is a die-hard Yankees Fan (Don’t hold it against him, he was raised this way from birth) He also enjoys spending quality time with his three dogs and family.More
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