Jean Sweetapple, PT, DPT, OCS, was born and raised in Colorado, hiking and bicycling in the summer, and skiing in the winter. She and her husband migrated to Idaho in 1995 and enjoy the abundance of wildlife and outdoor beauty this area has to offer. Jean’s specialties include advanced training in manual therapy techniques, posture and movement analysis and training, individualized exercise prescription, evaluation and treatment of orthopedic, neurological and vascular disorders/injuries, dizziness and balance evaluation and treatment, lymphedema and oncology care, clinical instruction and mentorship.
- ABPTS Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
- APTA Certified Clinical Instructor
- Le Duc Certified Lymphedema Specialist
- Served as Delegate and Treasurer, Idaho Physical Therapy Association
- 2007 ISU/IPTA Outstanding Physical Therapy Student Award
Neil Morris, PT, DPT, CMP, grew up in North Idaho. His first career was a science teacher at Coeur d’Alene High School. Neil and his wife, Hannah, are active members of their church, Anthem. Neil enjoys a variety of outdoor activities with his family, including hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, snow shoeing, climbing, and kayaking. He also enjoys sci-fi movies and to read a good book. He has a passion for helping people improve their mobility and ability to be active in the beautiful area in which we live.
- Certified Mulligan Practitioner
- Research Award, Eastern Washington University, Department of Physical Therapy
- Charles S Farrow Scholarship, Eastern Washington University
- High Demand Scholarship, Eastern Washington University
- Idaho Certified Teacher in Secondary Education, Life Science, Physical Science
- National Board Certified Teacher, Life Science
Hannah Morris, PTA, an Idaho native, has been a PTA for nearly 20 years, working in a variety of settings, including outpatient, acute care, and SNF. Hannah, along with her husband Neil and 3 kids, enjoys hiking, backpacking, kayaking, gardening, reading, and a good cup of coffee. She is passionate about adoption and orphan care. She is committed to restoring mobility for people to enjoy the great northwest.
Kim Kile, our positive, can-do attitude, upbeat office manager loves working and helping people, giving of herself and being part of a cohesive team/family. Kim has always loved administrative work. Even though she was a stay-home-mother when her children were younger, she jumped right back into continuing her career as part of an office team. Being with family and friends is what she loves to do. She has a passion for art and for being outdoors. She also loves kayaking, hiking, biking, and looking at the beauty North Idaho has.