Seneca Woods, DPT, OTR/L

I’m Seneca Woods, a physical therapist with STARS Physical Therapy. I have been practicing physical therapy and occupational therapy for nearly 14 years.  I grew up in British Columbia, Canada, and have been in the United States for 24 years.  I have been working with STARS now for 6 years.  I practice in Fruitland and…

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October is National Physical Therapy Month!

In October, we celebrate National Physical Therapy Month. Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants can help improve and restore motion to your life. This recognition is an opportunity to highlight the fact that we are your trusted experts in helping you to improve your quality of life by keeping healthy, fit, and active, and avoiding…

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Saint Alphonsus to Sponsor Nampa Rec Center Harvest Classic Fun Run

This coming Saturday September 14th is the Nampa Rec Center Harvest Classic Fun Run. Saint Alphonsus Nampa is proud to once again sponsor this great family friendly event.  It is not too late to register to run. Races start at 9am. 35th Annual Harvest Classic The Harvest Classic Fun Run features an 8K run or…

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Elizabeth Subasic, M.S, CCC-SLP

I finished my undergraduate degree in History at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. I worked for a few years in the social work field with teens transitioning out of the foster care system before I decided to go back to school for Speech Pathology. I completed by graduate work at Idaho State University at…

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August Is Back To School Month!

August is Back to School Month: Backpacks and Back Pain in Children As the school year fast approaches, it is time to start thinking about backpacks again! As your child’s backpacks quickly fills with books and journals, they can become quite heavy. If your child’s backpack weighs more than ten or fifteen percent of their…

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ENT Hearing and Balance Clinic Now Open

The ENT Hearing and Balance Clinic includes 3 highly skilled team members, two Physical Therapists, as well as one Speech Language Pathologist (Speech Therapist). The vestibular therapy program at the Saint Alphonsus ENT Hearing and Balance Clinic was created to help eliminate or reduce the symptoms caused by vestibular(inner ear) disorders, such as dizziness, spinning,…

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Joe Jannuzzi, DPT

Joe graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Idaho State University in 2013. He also earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Brigham Young University – Idaho in 2010. Since graduating, Joe has been pursuing his Sports Certification and trained in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy for back pain. Joe…

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Kevin Bradt, DPT, CCI

Kevin has been working in outpatient orthopedics for 6 years. He has completed Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (more commonly referred to as McKenzie) parts A-D, which focuses on patient enablement. Kevin is also a certified clinical instructor for physical therapy students, he enjoys helping train and educate the future of the profession. He has completed SportsMetrics™…

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Capitol Classic Children’s Race

June 1, 2019 | Downtown Boise The Saint Alphonsus Capitol Classic Race is open to kids ages 6 to 14, of ALL abilities. The one-mile course starts at the Historic Boise Train Depot and ends at the State Capitol with a Finish Fair in Capitol Park. Check out the STARS Pediatric adaptive course that starts…

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Saint Alphonsus Healthy Aging Expo

National Senior Health and Fitness day is May 29th–Exercise is an important part of a good health at every age; however, many older adults don’t get the recommended amounts of physical activity. Staying active can boost vitality, help maintain strength and flexibility, improve mental function, reduce your risk for health problems, and even help relieve…

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