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St. Luke's Rehabilitation: Boise, Americana Blvd.

At St. Luke's Rehabilitation our goal is to help workers remain physically capable of performing their jobs. We offer functional capacity assessments and ergonomic reviews to ensure safety and comfort in the workplace. If you experience an injury, we work with you, your doctor, case manager, employer, and care team so you can confidently resume work.

Providers

  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Scott Billing, PT practices primarily in outpatient orthopedics, occupational rehabilitation, and functional capacity assessment. He is a senior functional capacity assessment specialist and trainer for KEY functional assessments.

    Scott earned his master's degree in physical therapy from the University of North Dakota. His hobbies include cycling, skiing, and hockey.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Bryanne Gribble, PT, DPT treats patients with a variety of diagnoses, including orthopedic conditions, workmen's compensation injuries, and neurologic conditions including concussions. She is passionate about working with athletes and getting patients back to their optimal function. She earned her doctorate of physical therapy at the University of Washington, and in her free time enjoys participating in a variety of sports, including volleyball, basketball, and softball. 

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Melissa Pirtle, PT focuses on occupational rehabilitation and spine care. She earned her doctorate degree in physical therapy from Eastern Washington University. In her spare time, she enjoys running and skiing.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients

Conditions

  • Arthritis

    Inflammation of the joints in one or more areas of the body. There are over 100 different types of arthritis.

  • Low Back Pain

    This common condition affects more than 80% of us at some point, and is not usually indicative of a serious spine problem.