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St. Luke's Children's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

We provide inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services for children and teens, with a focus on their quality of life to help them gain the ability to function as independently as possible. Our care team includes physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, nurses, social workers, dietitians, and of course, the child and family. We work closely with additional providers, including your child’s primary care provider and other specialists, to ensure comprehensive care.

Depending on your child’s needs, we’ll help to improve development and function through therapy, medical equipment, and orthotics. We can also perform procedures including nerve blocks (botulinum toxin and phenol injections) and baclofen pump management for patients with spasticity.

Providers

  • Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

    Biography

    Erin M. Conlee, MD specializes in the rehabilitation and management of children with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, neuromuscular disorders, and an array of musculoskeletal conditions. She has a particular interest in oncology-related impairments and conditions. 

    Dr. Conlee works to maximize quality of life and restore optimal functioning to patients through working with a multidisciplinary team of therapists and ancillary providers. She is passionate about caring for children and young adults, striving to meet needs across a variety of conditions and health care settings.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

    Biography

    Jonathan D. Myers, MD is a board-certified physiatrist (a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation), with expertise in a variety of neurologic and musculoskeletal conditions, and is currently the medical director of rehabilitation services for St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center. 

    His areas of clinical interest and expertise include spasticity management, spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain injury, working with amputation and limb deficiencies, and cerebral palsy and other movement disorders. Dr. Myers is himself a spinal cord injury survivor and uses his personal experience to better relate to his patients.

    In August 2016, Dr. Myers and a group of St. Luke's Rehabilitation colleagues climbed Mount Borah to raise awareness regarding balance rehabilitation and raise the funding necessary to bring a balance machine to the Magic Valley.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Pediatric Speech Language Therapy

    Biography

    Keri Noll, SLP is a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist. She has extensive experience working with infants and children and has a passion for early intervention.

    Keri earned her master's degree from Idaho State University and has worked in both home and hospital settings.

  • Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

    Biography

    Mary Walters, NP is a nurse practitioner and manager of both the spina bifida clinic and the muscular dystrophy clinic. She is a member of the care team with a focus on coordinating care between providers. Mary follows patients through every step of their experience, providing a single point of contact for every stage of care.

    Mary grew up and attended school in Montana, eventually earning her bachelor's degree in nursing from Montana State University. She worked for St. Luke's Children's Hospital prior to earning her master's degree and pediatric nurse practitioner's degree from the University of South Alabama.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients

Building on Our Promise to Children

Children's Pavilion - Opening in 2019

Designed to meet the needs of kids, their families, and the people who care for them, this state-of-the-art facility on our downtown Boise campus will more than double our clinical space and improve vital services that keep care close to home. It will bring most of our pediatric specialists and services under one roof, allowing us to provide care more efficiently and easing the burden on parents and kids who will now be able to see several providers in one location in one day.