Physical and orthopedic therapy help you recover from an injury or surgery, and can improve functional movement when you have chronic conditions such as arthritis. Occupational therapy can help you with the work of daily life. At St. Luke's Rehabilitation our services can address a wide range of issues, including arthritis, work injuries, sports injuries, urinary incontinence, vestibular and balance issues, recovery from cancer treatment, and pain management.
Our team also includes neuropsychology specialists, who test for memory and cognitive problems related to suspected neurological conditions, like brain injury, stroke, dementia, or other diseases or conditions affecting the brain. Our speech therapists can help with communication and swallowing. We characterize cognitive problems and offer recommendations and educations to you and your primary care physician.
Amanda Barnes, OTR/L, CBIS specializes in adult neurological rehabilitation. She treats many conditions, including stroke, traumatic or acquired brain injury, concussion, and movement disorders. She is also a certified brain injury specialist.
Amanda wants her patients to live their best lives, and uses specific therapies like Neuro-Visual Postural Therapy, Neuro-IFRAH®, Saebo, neuromuscular re-education, mirror therapy, assessment of driving-related skills, and Interactive Metronome®.
Amanda earned her bachelor's degree from Boise State University in health science studies and her master's degree in occupational therapy from Touro University Nevada.
Zach Braddock, PT, DPT, SCS is a doctor of physical therapy specializing in sports medicine and orthopedic rehabilitation, as well as sports performance.
Zach received his bachelor's degree in architecture from Ball State University and doctorate of physical therapy from Regis University. He then completed a sports physical therapy residency with St. Luke's. He is a certified personal trainer through the NSCA and has worked extensively with high school and college athletes. He also worked for the National Park Service and acted as a first responder for rescue missions in the Tetons.
In his free time, you'll find Zach in the mountains: ski mountaineering, climbing, mountain biking, and trail running.
Steen Edwards, PT, DPT is a licensed physical therapist specializing in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation. He enjoys helping people return to an active lifestyle after an injury, and has a special interest working with spinal dysfunctions, knee pain, and adolescents with hypermobility.
Steen earned bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration from Northwest Nazarene University, and a doctorate in physical therapy from Idaho State University.
Andrew Glidewell, DPT is a physical therapist experienced in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. He has served as a certified clinical instructor in physical therapy for Sacramento State University and Western University of Health Sciences.
Andrew enjoys treating a wide spectrum of orthopedic injuries. His areas of interest include non-operative treatment of orthopedic disorders, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, and balance and fall prevention. He helps his patients with education, self-treatment strategies, and appropriate home exercise instruction combined with manual therapy interventions.
Andrew earned his bachelor's degree from the University of California, Riverside, and his master's degree in physical therapy from Western University of Health Sciences. He earned his doctorate in physical therapy from EIM University of Health Sciences. In his free time, he enjoys running, cycling, tennis, and doing anything outdoors with his family.
Andrea Goldberger, MPT, PRPC specializes in pelvic health and is a certified pelvic rehabilitation practitioner. Her practice centers around the treatment of patients with urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and chronic pelvic pain. She enjoys partnering with her patients to both educate and help them achieve their highest possible quality of life.
Andrea earned her master’s degree in physical therapy from Northern Arizona University. In her free time, she avidly pursues back country skiing, mountain climbing, backpacking, and reading.
Diane Goodman, PT is a physical therapist on St. Luke's osteoporosis team. She focuses on general orthopedics in an outpatient setting.
Hannah Maus, PT, DPT is a licensed physical therapist with an interest in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation. She works with a range of conditions, including sports and orthopedic injuries and surgeries, weakness and falls, and neck and back pain. She enjoys educating her patients in self-treatment and helping people safely return to full participation and the management of activity throughout their lives.
Hannah earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Idaho State University.
Greg Meyer, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker and certified brain injury specialist with experience in family and children services, adult mental health, and traumatic brain injury care. His areas of expertise include solution brief focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, and motivational interviewing. Greg is dedicated to helping individuals and families with community resources, disability benefits, education, counseling, and transitioning back to community/work/school. He is also a liaison for the Brain Injury Association of Idaho and helps facilitate their monthly support groups.
Faith Morton Phelps, PT, DPT has experience treating many conditions, including sports and orthopedic injuries and surgeries; weakness, falls, or other balance concerns; headaches; and neck and back pain. She enjoys working with her patients as individuals to help them return to full participation in every aspect of their lives while preventing future injury.
Faith earned her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Delaware.
Allison Phillips, PT, DPT earned her doctorate of physical therapy from Northern Arizona University, and she treats a variety of patients, including those with orthopedic and neurologic diagnoses. She is passionate about treating movement disorders, such as Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis, as well as people recovering from stroke or other brain injuries. Allison currently speaks at the Meridian New Moms group every few months about functional fitness and caring for your body while pregnant. She has presented on Parkinson's disease and persistent hospital-acquired delirium to healthcare providers in varying clinics.
Brendan Rourick, PT, DPT, GCS is a board certified physical therapist providing outpatient therapy with a focus on orthopedics, neurologics, and geriatrics. He works with a variety of movement disorders and has a special interest in helping the aging population stay active. He has experience in occupational rehabilitation, pain management, Parkinson's disease, vestibular disorders, and wheelchair seating and positioning.
Brendan is board certified as a geriatric specialist and is an American Physical Therapy Association advanced clinical instructor; he enjoys mentoring physical therapy student interns. He earned his doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Iowa. In his free time, he enjoys running, hiking, and biking.
Andrea Trask, PT, DPT, OCS is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist focusing on both orthopedic and women’s pelvic health conditions. She applies a whole-body movement system approach to treating any diagnosis, and is particularly interested in conditions of the lower body, especially the low back, pelvis, hip and foot/ankle. She particularly enjoys working with pregnant and postpartum women dealing with pain and pelvic dysfunction to help them maintain an active lifestyle throughout their childbearing years. Her goal is to empower her patients to become their own best therapist by actively listening, educating, and building a simple and efficient home treatment plan that helps each patient move more, move better, and move with less pain.
Andrea earned her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Washington. She spends her free time outdoors running, hiking, biking, camping, and snowboarding with her husband, kids, and their dog.
Shawn Wood, PT, DPT, OCS is the outpatient spine program manager for St. Luke's Adult Rehabilitation. He specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunctions in patients ranging from adolescents to geriatrics, and enjoys educating patients on their health and working with them to keep active throughout their lives.
Shawn also works with spinal dysfunction, athletic injuries, chronic pain, hypermobility and concussion syndromes, and vestibular dysfunction.
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Pelvic floor training has high success rates with urinary incontinence.
Inflammation of the joints in one or more areas of the body. There are over 100 different types of arthritis.
These common conditions affects more than 80% of us at some point, and is not usually indicative of a serious spine problem.
Swelling and fluid retention in the arms and legs.
Osteoporosis is a progressive disease that causes bones to become thin and porous, increasing the risk for fractures.
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