Our team includes pediatric specialists licensed in physical, occupational and speech & language therapies, audiology, and physical medicine & rehabilitation. Our therapists are specialists that treat only pediatrics.

The ongoing education of our staff is specific to childhood ailments and the best treatment options for these conditions. Several of our therapists are involved in the development of best practice protocols for the treatment of our most common conditions.

Team Members


Greg Reber, MS, CCC-SLP

I am originally from Nevada and came to Dixie College after graduating from high school. I served a two-year LDS mission in Brazil, where I learned to speak Portuguese, and later earned a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies at Utah State University. One requirement of my undergraduate program was to complete a study abroad assignment. I chose to attend a Spanish language school in Spain and absolutely loved it. Through these experiences, I learned to love language and communication, which led me to the field of Speech Therapy. I went on to earn my Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology in 2011 at the University of Utah. I enjoy working with children with a variety of diagnoses. I specialize in working with nonverbal children who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices. I also enjoy treating children with Autism who are looking to improve their social communication skills. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, playing pickleball, and spending time with my wife and two energetic girls.

Jessica LaDow, MA, CCC-SLP

I received my Bachelors in Speech and Hearing Sciences from The Ohio State University in 2012 and my Master’s in Speech Language Pathology from Kent State University in 2014. I am originally from Ohio, but moved here with my husband, Jeff, and son, Reuben, in 2016. We recently welcomed our daughter, Eleanor “Ellie.” Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family and traveling the country in our RV. Our goal is to visit every National Park! I also enjoy researching and learning about Pediatric Feeding, a specialty area that I treat. Helping babies and young children learn to eat and be independent with feeding is incredibly rewarding, for the parents and for me. Along with feeding, I am constantly seeking out knowledge and training in other pediatric areas such as fluency, behavior, speech/articulation, early language and oral myofunctional disorders. My background as an adult SLP, working with neurological disorders, helps me to truly identify and accurately diagnose pediatric disorders to ensure that the treatment plan is a perfect fit for each and every child.

Burke Jorgensen, DPT

I am originally from Washington D.C. where I was born and raised. I moved to the west when I attended Brigham Young University and graduated with a degree in Nutritional Science. After graduating there, I attended the University of Utah and earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010. In my career as a physical therapist I have worked in many settings that have allowed me to work with newborns to 90-year-olds. I have also worked with professional athletes, weekend warriors and children with disabilities. I have worked in Pediatrics since 2013 and love working with this population. I enjoy seeing the patient and family find new ways to participate in life. I have a wife and 3 children. I enjoy cooking and having a good time with friends and family.

Jay Langford, DPT, PCS

I grew up in Kaysville, Utah and have lived in Utah for most of my life except for the two-year mission I served for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Hartford, Connecticut. I attended the College of Eastern Utah where I met my wife and earned an associates degree.  I received a bachelor's degree in exercise science from BYU and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2010. I think it is important to always be learning and keeping up to date with my practice.  Last year I studied and became board certified as a Pediatric Physical Therapy Specialist. My wife and I have 3 children and are also actively participating in Foster Care.  I worked in Richfield and Price, Utah before coming to St. George and have worked with pediatric patients in many areas such as Early Intervention, school-based services, Home Health, and wound care.  My work-related interests involve torticollis/plagiocephaly, scoliosis, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, biofeedback and adaptive equipment to work on gait training, strengthening of the trunk and sports injuries for children of all ages and development.  I love camping, fishing, and backpacking, as well as racquetball, soccer, karate, biking and running.

James Stewart, MS, OTR/L

I grew up moving around a lot and have lived in 6 different states. My wife has now helped me to settle down in St George. I have 4 children who keep life interesting and fun. I love to spend time with my family and we are often playing Legos, going on bike rides, singing, dancing, and playing dress up. After serving a 2-year LDS mission to Uruguay where I learned to speak Spanish, I attended Brigham Young University where I received my Bachelors in Special Education in 2012. From there, I learned about the field of occupational therapy and then received my Masters in Occupational Therapy from Touro University Nevada in 2014. I have previously worked in the early intervention (children 0-3 years old) and school district settings. My passion is working with children who struggle with eating and I have been trained in the SOS Approach the Eating. Simply put, I love coming to work each day, and I believe that play is the medium through which all children learn and grow.

Matthew Edwards, MS, OTR/L

I have been practicing occupational therapy since the year 2000. I can thank my daughter for helping me move into the direction of pediatrics. When I was going to occupational therapy school at the University of South Dakota, we realized my daughter was delayed with developmental milestones and she really helped my studies while in school. I have worked with pediatrics my whole OT career and really enjoy it. I started in Las Vegas working at Sunrise Children’s hospital working both outpatient and inpatient areas. I also had the opportunity to work in the NICU there as well. I moved here in 2002 and helped start the pediatric rehab here at DRMC. I have a wonderful family with my wife and four children. I was born and raised in Provo Utah and met my wife at UVCC (currently UVU). I enjoy playing pickleball, golf, basketball, spikeballKanjam or any other game that happens with my sons. I have recently gotten into mountain biking but will get on my road bike every once in a while. I have also completed 5 marathons (four St. George). I enjoy being with my wife going out to dinner, walks or to the movies.