Jeff Box, PT has a strong interest in manual therapy and movement techniques that facilitate healing. He strives to help patients achieve their therapy goals by blending functional movements and physical activity. He appreciates that each individual brings their own personal goals and therapy situation to the clinic.
Jeff was in the US Air Force before becoming a therapist. During his service, he worked in a variety of locations and clinical settings across the United States and overseas, from inpatient acute and rehabilitation to outpatient and wellness clinics.
Jeff has earned certification in manual therapy from the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, mountain biking, dual sport motorcycles, and snow boarding.
Ingrid Burica, M.Ed., MPT specializes in adult outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. She began her career at the Idaho Elks Rehabilitation Hospital Work Center where she worked extensively in aquatic therapy and also worked with the fibromyalgia program. Since then she has been practicing in a rural setting working with a wide variety of diagnoses. She has a passion for teaching her patients how to best care for themselves for optimal recovery.
Prior to becoming a physical therapist, Ingrid received a master's degree in exercise science at Colorado State University then worked with the employee fitness and cardiovascular risk reduction programs at Bannock Regional Medical Center. She earned her master's degree in physical therapy at Idaho State University.
Ingrid co-founded Adaptive Wilderness Sports of McCall (AWeSOMe!), an adaptive ski program at Brundage Mountain, and remains active in the organization.
Connie Crogh, MPT has practiced in a broad range of settings including inpatient rehabilitation, inpatient acute care, outpatient adult and pediatric, skilled nursing facility and home health. She currently specializes in treating adult outpatients with musculoskeletal and neurologic conditions, including pre- and post-surgical patients.
Connie earned a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of California at Davis and received a master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Southern California. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Danielle Custer specializes in pediatric physical therapy including orthopedic and neurological diagnoses. She is especially passionate about working with patients who have neurological diagnoses including traumatic brain injury, stroke, spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, developmental delay and spinal cord injury. Danielle has specialized training in working with patients who have complex medical needs, including wound patients and amputees, as well as patients with acquired or congenital musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions such as torticollis, scoliosis, joint replacement and back pain.
Danielle received her degree in physical therapy at California State University, Long Beach. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Sara Jones, OTR/L, PTA currently practices as both an occupational therapist and physical therapy assistant in outpatient, inpatient, and home health settings. She specializes in outpatient adult orthopedics involving the upper extremity with a focus on hand therapy and outpatient pediatric occupational therapy services.
Sara received her associate's degree in physical therapist assisting from the University of Central Arkansas. Following practice as a PTA, Sara returned to the University of Central Arkansas and earned her master’s degree in occupational therapy. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Carrie Kyrias, MS, CCC-SLP specializes in the treatment of children and adults. She works in the hospital, out-patient, and swing-bed settings. Her practice focuses primarily on developmental speech and language delays/disorders, dysphagia (swallowing) disorders, adult neurogenic diseases, traumatic brain injury (cognition), stroke, aphasia, dysarthria, and vocal cord dysfunction and paralysis. She also performs videofluoroscopic swallow studies to assess swallowing physiology for swallowing therapy and management. Carrie is certified in the use of VitalStim® for swallowing disorders and the LSVT LOUD™ (Lee Silverman Voice Therapy) treatment protocol for patients with Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases.Carrie earned both her bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders and her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Idaho State University-Meridian. She is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Donald Sanda, MPT treats a broad spectrum of injuries, diseases and dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems in patients ranging in age from juveniles to older adults. His treatment approach focuses on working with the patient as an integrated whole, correcting dysfunctional movement patterns, muscle strength and coordination deficits, and balance issues to address the presenting problems. His encouragement of patient involvement in this process is critical for achieving long-lasting success.
Don received his master's degree in physical therapy from Idaho State University and takes numerous continuing education courses every year.
Sydney Schoensee, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT is a certified orthopedic specialist. Her focus is on rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports-related injuries for all ages. She is sports certified and has completed a fellowship in orthopedic manual therapy. Sydney also serves on the faculty of St. Luke's Physical Therapy Sports Residency Program. Her passion lies in treating and empowering her patients to their highest levels.
Sara Wenig, MS, CCC-SLP collaborates with specialists within the system to create the most appropriate plans of individualized care for her patients. Sara is currently developing cognitive and alternative augmentative communication programs to meet the needs of a rural population across all settings within the McCall community and surrounding areas.
Sara earned her master's degree in speech-language pathology at Idaho State University and completed her clinical fellowship in the outpatient, home health, and local skilled nursing facility settings. Prior to obtaining her master’s degree, Sara worked in Colorado and northern Idaho with at-risk youth and children and adults with developmental disabilities. This paved the way to her role as a speech therapist, and she enjoys incorporating her background knowledge into the St. Luke’s philosophy of patient-centered care.
Hand therapy is the art and science of evaluating and treating injuries and conditions of the shoulder, arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, and hand.
Inflammation of the joints in one or more areas of the body. There are over 100 different types of arthritis.
This common condition affects more than 80% of us at some point, and is not usually indicative of a serious spine problem.
Osteoporosis is a progressive disease that causes bones to become thin and porous, increasing the risk for fractures.
The St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center expansion will provide more space and advanced facilities to ensure we can continue to provide the high-quality, convenient care the people of our growing community deserve.
Designed to promote safety, efficiency and a healing environment, the hospital will feature a new trauma bay, triage area and additional exam rooms in the Emergency Department, modern operating suites and expanded pre- and post-operative areas, expanded lab and imaging space to accommodate advanced equipment and patient privacy, dedicated space for local and visiting specialists, advanced telehealth capability and more.