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St. Luke's Rehabilitation: Twin Falls, 625 Pole Line Rd. W.

Our clinic, located in Medical Plaza 2 of St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center, serves the growing population in Twin Falls and the surrounding area, providing balance and vestibular rehabilitation; sports, orthopedics, and spine care rehabilitation; and speech, swallow, and voice rehabilitation.

Providers

  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Brodie Miller, DPT specializes in inpatient acute care and inpatient rehabilitation. He has an interest in orthopedic and neurological disorders. 

    Brodie earned a doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Montana.


    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Speech Therapy

    Biography

    Carmen M. Sidlaruk, MS, CCC-SLP specializes in evaluation and treatment of adult swallowing, voice, and cognitive/language problems following brain injury from stroke or external forces. She is passionate about the treatment of swallowing problems due to head and neck cancers, and retraining vocal and speaking patterns secondary to neurologic diseases or vocal abusive behaviors.

    Carmen has earned Lee Silverman Voice Treatment certification, is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and is registered as a modified barium swallow impairment profile user for standardized instrumental evaluation of swallowing.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Physical Therapy

    Biography

    Cole Small, PT specializes in acute care and outpatient rehabilitation for adults, with particular interest in critical care and vestibular rehabilitation.

    Cole earned his bachelor's degree in exercise science from the University of Idaho and completed a doctorate degree in physical therapy at Idaho State University.

    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.