ISU Physical and Occupational Therapy Associates
2nd Floor Garrison Hall (Upper Campus)
1400 E Terry Drive, Room 202
Idaho State University
Pocatello, Idaho 83209
Garrison Hall is located across the street to the North of Reed Gym.
ISU Physical and Occupational Therapy Clinic Associates
Pocatello, ID 83209
The clinic is in operation year round from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. However, during the Fall and Spring semesters on MWF from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., the clinic functions as a teaching arm for doctoral students in physical therapy and is supervised by licensed physical therapy faculty.
Service & Fees
The clinic accepts insurance including Medicare, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, and ISU student insurance. Credentialing is underway to ensure that providers are contracted with the majority of insurance carriers in the local area. In addition, there is a sliding fee scale for those who are financially limited and would prefer a cash-pay option.
Payment is requested at the time of service. The clinic staff is available to assist you in billing insurance. Please be aware of the limitations of your insurance policy.
Facilities, Equipment and Technology
The clinic has a full array of treatment facilities including examination and treatment rooms, an exercise gym, treadmills, bicycle ergo meters and metabolic energy consumption instrumentation. In addition, a full compliment of balance analysis equipment, EMG instrumentation and muscle testing equipment is available.
Benefit to Students
The Physical Therapy Clinic supports the total function of the department and the community through:
- Providing physical therapy graduates trained in the full array of entry level physical therapist skills.
- Operating and maintaining a clinic for patients with musculoskeletal diagnoses as a part of the university and extended communities.
- Making a strong contribution toward fostering ethical and legal best paractice in the profession of physical therapy.
- Conducting research and other scholarly activities in the physical therapy profession.
Professional Service Contributions
- Local, State, Regional and National Professional Association activities.
- Interdisciplinary activities with other health care providers at the university and in the community.
- Research and Scholarly endeavors.
- Many faculty are specialists in sport, orthopedic and pediatric rehabilitation.
Faculty & Staff
Fe Davis, Clinic Secretary 208-282-2590
Jim Creelman, PT, DPT. Department Chair, Associate Professor
Alex Urfer, PT, PhD. Professor
Trent Jackman, PT, DPT. Clinical Associate Professor
Cindy Seiger, PT, PhD, GCS, CEEAA. Associate Professor
James Ralphs, MPT, OCS. Clinical Assistant Professor
Eydie Kendall, PT, PhD, PCS. Assistant Professor
Kathy Alexander, PT, OCS. Clinical Assistant Professor
L. Derek Gerber, DPT, OCS. Clinical Assistant Professor
Rachelle Oliverson, MPT, CWS. Interim Clinic Director
Bryan Gee, OTD, OTR/L, BCP. Program Chair, Associate Professor
Kimberly Lloyd, MOTR/L. Clinical Assistant Professor
Theodore Peterson, DrOT, MBA, OTR/L. Clinical Assistant Professor
Kelly Thompson, EdD, OTR/L. Clinical Associate Professor