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St. Luke's Rehabilitation: Boise, Robbins Rd., 2nd Floor

Neurologic therapists specialize in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders or conditions caused by neurological trauma or illness.

Our areas of focus include:

  • Neurological physical therapy: specializing in functional mobility (transfers, walking, wheelchair use); restoration of function, strength, coordination, and balance; pain management and/or reduction related to the neurological diagnosis; and evaluation/recommendation for mobility equipment. 
  • Neurological occupational therapy: helping people overcome or adapt to their functional deficiencies so they can live as independently as possible. Areas addressed may include self-care, home management, home/community/work adaptations to improve independence, visual deficits, driving, return to work, arm/hand weakness, or impaired coordination. 
  • Neurological speech-language therapy: evaluating and treating motor movements required for speech, language, social communication (understanding language or expressing self), voice disorders, cognitive communication (attention, memory, sequencing), and swallowing disorders. 
The neurological therapy team also includes licensed clinical social workers who provide comprehensive support and assistance to patients and their families navigating the challenges associated with neurological conditions. Social workers provide vital support, advocacy, counseling, and resource coordination to enhance well-being and successful rehabilitation.

Providers

  • Occupational Therapy

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  • Nutrition Services for Adults

    Biography

    Calli M. Bishop, RD, LD is an inpatient adult dietitian at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital. She has worked with patients in eating disorder recovery and various adult conditions including cardiac and weight loss. She is passionate about healthy food, its role in the body and the joy and vitality it can bring to life. 

    Calli earned her bachelor's degrees in nutrition and food science and interdisciplinary studies with a minor in biology from Utah State University. In her free time she enjoys camping, hiking, river rafting, rock climbing, skiing and exploring new places with her family. She loves to cook and bake, play volleyball, basketball, lift weights, and watch her children grow. 

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  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Katie Callanan, MPT has many years of experience in outpatient neurological rehabilitation, and strives to provide individualized care that emphasizes evidence-based research to maximize each individual’s outcome. She is a certified exercise expert for the aging adult through the Geriatric Academy of the American Physical Therapy Association.


    Katie earned bachelor’s degrees in English and biology from Gonzaga University and her master’s degree in physical therapy from Duke University.

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  • Speech Therapy
  • Physical Therapy

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  • Speech Therapy

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  • Physical Therapy

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  • Occupational Therapy

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  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Kyle Holbrook, PT, DPT, NCS specializes in adult neurological rehabilitation. He treats a variety of neurological conditions, including movement disorders/Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, chronic pain conditions, traumatic or acquired brain injury, and stroke.

    Kyle strives to maximize function, and has been trained in Neuro-IFRAH® and is LSVT BIG® certified. He also has training in the use of interactive metronome, Bioness®, body weight supported treadmill, FES cycling, and graded motor imagery to facilitate functional gains and restore his clients to as many of their prior roles as possible.

    Kyle earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Montana-Western, and his doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Montana. He has also earned his Neurological Certified Specialist designation. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, playing basketball, playing guitar, working in his garden, and having adventures with his family.

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  • Speech Therapy

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  • Speech Therapy

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  • Physical Therapy

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  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy

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  • Speech Therapy

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  • Speech Therapy

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  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Joseph C. Wegley, PT is an expert in treating spinal cord injuries, strokes, brain injuries, and autoimmune neurological diseases, such as multiple sclerosis and guillian-barre syndrome. He also has extensive experience with complex seating and mobility prescription.

    Joe is board certified in neurologic physical therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Additionally, he is certified both as a brain injury specialist through the Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists and as an exercise physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine.

    Joe earned his doctor of physical therapy degree from the University of Montana. In his free time, he enjoys his vegetable garden, his wife, and his family. He also enjoys all aspects of physical fitness and educating the public on health and wellness for the aging adult.

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  • Occupational Therapy

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