Meet The Team
PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. MDT, CST, CSCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Rehab Director
Corey was born in Twin Falls
and grew up in Burley. He moved
to Pocatello in 1997 to attend
ISU, where he received a bachelor’s
degree in biology and went on to
receive his doctorate degree in
physical therapy in 2006. He
has been exceptionally interested in working with athletes since his experience with past injuries which required physical therapy in order to maintain an active lifestyle.
In addition to his experience with athletics, he’s also become very passionate about treatment of spinal conditions. He has achieved many of his professional goals. Corey is certified in mechanical diagnosis and treatment of the spine. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist, a certified find manual therapist, a imPACT trained physical therapist, and a board-certified orthopedic specialist, all prestigious certifications in the field of physical therapy.
Corey and his lovely wife Shawnee have five beautiful children: Lily, Isabel, Claire, Colter and Maxx . WhenCorey is not in the clinic treating patients, he is likely participating in an athletic activities such as basketball, golf, or weight training, or spending time with his family while enjoying an outdoor activity like camping, skiing, fishing, or hunting.
PT, DPT, Cert. MDT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Scott was born in Great Falls,
MT. He attended BYU-Idaho
where he received his Bachelor
of Science degree in Health Science.
He then moved to Pocatello, where
he took classes at Idaho State
University to prepare for
entrance into graduate school. He and his wife later relocated to Henderson, NV where he received his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Touro University Nevada. Scott has since continued his educationand received the MDT Certification from The McKenzie Institute® USA Center for Postgraduate Study in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy®. MDT is an evidence-based patient management system proven to eliminate back, neck and extremity painin fewer visits compared to traditional treatment. The key distinction is its initial assessment component, a safe and reliable means to accurately reach a diagnosis that will guide an appropriate treatment plan, rarely requiring expensive tests/images. Scott also has more recently taken the opportunity to participate in continued education related to chronic pain states and the neuroscience of pain.
Scott was introduced to physical therapy while recovering from a knee injury acquired while playing football in high school. Physical therapy helped him to regain his strength and agility quickly, which allowed him the ability to participate in the upcoming basketball season. Because of this and other experiences, he became interested in the human body and specifically how exercise and activity can improve one’s health, expedite the injury recovery process, and improve one’s overall quality of life.
Scott loves spending time with his beautiful family. When Scott is not in clinic, he enjoys basketball, football, weight training, music, and the outdoors.
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