St. Luke's Rehabilitation offers services for your entire family at our Caldwell location. Our children’s services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, dysphagia treatment, pelvic physical therapy, orthopedic rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, and counseling. And we offer developmental assessments, advanced gait evaluations, and seating and technology training for children who use wheelchairs, orthotics, prosthetics, or augmentative communication devices. We’ll work with your child’s primary care physician and other medical providers to determine the best treatment plan for you and your child.
Our services for adults are led by a team of physical therapists dedicated to getting you back to work and play after injury, or helping you manage chronic pain. We also offer functional capacity assessments and ergonomic reviews to ensure safety and comfort in the workplace.
Cara Elias, MS, CCC-SLP enjoys working with children of all ages and abilities, and likes to include the whole family. She has interests in early intervention, phonological disorders, and autism.
Cara earned her master's degree from the University of Montana. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and participating in her community.
Favorite Book: Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown.
Dustin Fieldsted, PT specializes in outpatient orthopedics, sports, cancer, and occupational rehabilitation. He has practiced in a variety of settings including private practice and the military. Dustin also has certifications as an ergonomics assessment specialist, a golf swing educator through the Titleist Performance Institute, and is credentialed as an advanced clinical instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association.
Dustin received his bachelor's degree in physical therapy from Youngstown State University. During his free time he enjoys golf, working out, staying active, and spending time with his family.
Molly Gallegos, MA, OTR/L enjoys working with children of all ages and abilities, and is passionate about helping her clients grow. She has experience working with children in both clinical and school settings, and has expertise in treating children with autism, ADHD, and a variety of psychological, behavioral, genetic, cognitive, neurological, motor, and developmental needs.
Molly earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from La Sierra University and her master's degree in occupational therapy from the University of Southern California. She has advanced training in sensory integration techniques and is SIPT (Sensory Integration and Praxis Test) certified. In her free time, she enjoys art, music, and exploring Idaho with her family.
Favorite Therapy Toys: Swings and bolster slide.
Holly Hubbard, PT, DPT enjoys working with children of all ages and abilities and has training in reflex integration, toe walking, pediatric gait, and wheelchair seating and mobility. She enjoys the challenges of her job and helping kids play and reach their potential. Her favorite therapy toy is the bolster swing.
Holly earned her bachelor's degree in health science from Boise State University and her doctorate of physical therapy from Eastern Washington University. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her family and friends.
Favorite Therapy Toy: the bolster swing.
Sean Nixon, LCPC is a licensed clinical professional counselor and a licensed marriage and family therapist with training in family systems, child trauma, neurocounseling, and play therapy. His interests include early life trauma, anxiety, co-occurring diagnoses, family conflict, and behavioral issues.
Sean has worked as a school counselor, in clinical settings, and in private practice. He believes that everyone can thrive when given the tools and support they need.
Sean earned his bachelor's degree in liberal arts as well as two master's degrees from Northwest Nazarene University. His first master's was in school counseling and the second was in marriage and family counseling. He is also a trained play therapist. Sean has presented at state, regional, and national conferences, and has taken on many roles in professional counseling organizations.
Favorite Therapy Toy: Strategy games.
Molly A. Reider, MA, CCC-SLP/L is trained in multiple methodologies to address motor-speech and developmental disorders in the pediatric population, with a specialty in autism spectrum disorders. She is certified in the Early Start Denver Model.
Molly earned her bachelor's degree in Biblical studies and communication disorders from Biola University, and her master's degree in communicative disorders from California State University at Fullerton. In her free time, she loves cooking, spending time with her family and friends, and the outdoors.
Favorite Therapy Toy: anything unexpected, like balloons, crinkle tubes, or buckets.
Jon Woolley, DPT works with adults and children (ages 8 and older) with orthopedic and musculoskeletal issues. He has expertise in both pre- and post-surgery care, for a wide range of surgeries ranging from total shoulder replacements and rotator cuff repairs to total knee replacement and ACL repairs. Jon is certified in the Graston technique, in which instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization is used to help patients return to their prior level of activity more quickly.
Jon earned his bachelor's degree in exercise physiology from BYU-Idaho, where he also minored in health science and Spanish. He earned his doctorate in physical therapy from Creighton University. Jon is also a certified clinical instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association. In his free time, he enjoys camping, basketball, golf, and spending time with his family.
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