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Al Jones, PT, OCS, Cert MDT, CSCS

Al Jones

Al Jones, PT, OCS, Cert MDT, CSCS (pictured with Therapy Dog, Harry) has been a physical therapist since 1973. In 1970, he graduated from California Lutheran College, where studied, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, and quarterbacked the CLC football team to a top 10 national ranking in NAIA Division III.

He attended Cal State University, Long Beach where he studied post-graduate in athletic training, and exercise science, while waiting to be accepted for physical therapy school at CSULB.


Al Jones, PT, OCS, Cert MDT, CSCS

Al Jones, PT, OCS, Cert MDT, CSCS (pictured with Therapy Dog, Harry) has been a physical therapist since 1973. In 1970, he graduated from California Lutheran College, where studied, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, and quarterbacked the CLC football team to a top 10 national ranking in NAIA Division III.

He attended Cal State University, Long Beach where he studied post-graduate in athletic training, and exercise science, while waiting to be accepted for physical therapy school at CSULB.

He received his Certificate of Physical Therapy in 1973, which was awarded to those students who had already earned a baccalaureate degrees in another field of study from a four year institution other than CSULB. He has been a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist, since 1994, and holds certification in the internationally respected Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment Method, known as the McKenzie Method. He also holds certifications in Active Release Technique (ART), and ASTYM.

For 44 years in his profession, Al has treated orthopaedic and sports injuries in California, and  since 1999, in Boise, Idaho.

Over the years, Al has maintained a strong commitment to self-improvement through continuing education, and life-long learning, and has studied internationally.

He was invited to be a physical therapist at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, and was instrumental in setting up athletic training facilities for high schools in Orange County and in Northern San Diego, California, with former Los Angeles Lakers, head trainer, Del Tanner.

His physical therapy philosophy is simple and effective: “Do unto others, as you would have done to you.”

He lives with his wife, Michelle, in Boise, Idaho, and has an adopted special needs son who is doing well, and is the reason, and only reason, he sold his practice in San Diego in 1999, and moved from San Diego to Boise.

Al has a special passion for helping athletes and active people over 40 years old, especially injured golfers. He has earned a Level 3 Medical Professional Certification offered by the highly respected Titleist Performance Institute Program, in Oceanside California.

Cody Wellman, Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant

Cody

Cody graduated with his Physical Therapy Assistant’s degree from Montana State University- Great Falls. I have worked with patients of a wide variety of injuries and surgeries. I enjoy helping people improve their life through exercise and other physical therapy practices. I then moved to Boise, ID in November 2016 to start working here at Advanced Physical Therapy. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing, skiing, golf, barbequing and spending time with friends and family.

Robyn Holliday, Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant

Robyn

Robyn graduated from the College of Western Idaho in 2018 with a Physical Therapist Assistant degree.

I’m an Idaho native, born and raised in Nampa, Idaho.I thoroughly enjoy being a part of the physical therapy world by helping others reach their functional goals to improve everyday life. I’m a big fan of using the body’s own mechanisms to restore itself, which is why I love practicing physical therapy.

I enjoy the accessibility of the great outdoors that Idaho has to offer by going on hikes and camping trips with friends and family. My favorite places in Idaho are the Bruneau Sand Dunes, Bogus Basin and the Nampa Dog Park.

In my spare time, I enjoy being active; working out, spending time with my cat and dog, as well friends and family.

Robert Sbarcea, Physical Therapy Aide

Robert

Rob came to us first with an interest in Physical Therapy and started shadowing Al. He then was hired as a physical therapy aid. He is from Germany originally and met his wife whom is from the U.S.A and moved here in 2016. He enjoys outdoors, bmx riding, and mountain biking, also the laid-back vibe of Boise. He is passionate about the care the patients receive and is a great team member.

Amanda Cox, B.S in Business Administration

Amanda graduated from Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond, OK. Her husband, Caleb, and their three children have been residents of Boise since 2015. They enjoy many activities as a family including hiking, biking, golfing and camping. Amanda’s nine years of combined Chiropractic and Physical Therapy clinic experience includes patient care, clinic management, marketing, spinal rehabilitation, and natural healthcare. Her true passion lies with the insurance and administration side of a clinic; allowing the therapists to truly focus on our patients’ care. If you have questions about your insurance coverage or out of pocket costs, please contact her. She would love to help you focus on your care too (and not your bill)!

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