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At Root & Restore Therapy, we facilitate transformation of body, mind, and spirit from trauma.

Meet Bonnijane

Licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy 

Bonnijane Monson, DPT, is a physical therapist who has specialized in pelvic health for almost a decade. Her blending of western traditional therapy techniques and non-traditional methods have earned her a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable and open-minded physical therapists in her region.


Graduating Brigham Young University in 2007 with a Bachelor’s in Athletic Training, Bonnijane went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2010. Bonnijane completed an internship at Duke University focused on women’s health and then went on to be mentored by one of the leading women’s health physical therapists in northern California for more than two years. Bonnijane returned to the University of Utah as a Women’s Health therapist, where she helped to grow their Pelvic Health program significantly.


Bonnijane is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy in Utah. She is also certified in trigger-point dry needling, Cellular Release Therapy (CRT), and Advanced Level P-DTR Therapy. She is trained in visceral mobilization, NueroKinetic Therapy (NKT), Graston Technique, and other advanced pelvic health-specific training.

Bonnijane Monson, DPT

What We Treat

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Emotional Health

We assist people in working through challenging experiences or trauma that they cannot move past. The effects of those experiences can manifest in relationships with one’s self, one’s body (including pain), and connections with others. By identifying feelings, beliefs, and patterns that have been established as a result of trauma; we explore the link between the subconscious and the body and utilize powerful therapies to release issues on all levels. 

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Pelvic Pain

We specialize in healing issues such as bowel and bladder dysfunctions, pain with intercourse, pre- and postpartum complications; all of which intersect at the root of the human body, our pelvis. These significant issues surrounding pelvic pain can hinder lives, relationships, and even a sense of security in society. Viewing the entire person through the lenses of body, emotions, and soul, we can improve your understanding and connection to your body and pelvic region.

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When our bodies experience physical trauma, the damage causes not only dysfunction in our muscle and tissue but is also an injury to our emotional being. Anything from a car crash to a twisted ankle can have a detrimental effect that must be addressed through the physical and psychological components. Our therapies help bridge the gap that trauma can cause and allows for an all-encompassing form of healing.

Begin Your Healing Journey Today. 

Schedule a free 15-minute phone consultation.

Bonni is incredible and I can't recommend her enough. I wish every woman would see her! She's helped me immensely over the years when other providers couldn't. She understands the body holistically and is able to address the specific issue(s). I'm able to be myself today because I've had the honor to work with her! Working with Bonni has impacted my family & my future in the best possible way.

- Heidi 

Cellular Release Therapy (CRT) sessions with Bonni have been one of the most powerful tools for healing that I have experienced. Bonni has guided me through the process and creates a safe space to explore the links of physical pain with mental and emotional pain. I feel extremely grateful to have found Bonni and highly recommend her services to anyone ready to confront their pain with openness and love.

- Megan

I started seeing Bonni in order to be able to loosen and strengthen my muscles to even be able to sit correctly without pain. She takes the time to ease into the therapy without rushing you to get out the door. She also has an intuition that has been able to diagnose certain issues far more accurately than any doctor that I have seen. Her work is truly incredible.

- Allie

Our Methods


Healing is possible. Using both traditional and non-traditional therapeutic methods, you can.

Cellular Release Therapy (CRT) 

Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) 

Dry Needling &
Manual Techniques 

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