Owner of Restore Physical Therapy and a physical therapist. She feels truly blessed to be doing what she loves. Her desire is to see her patients reach their goals whether decreased pain, increased function, or return to activities while receiving the highest level of care.
She graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in Kankakee, Illinois with an undergraduate degree in Athletic Training and her Masters degree in Physical Therapy from Governors State University just south of Chicago, Illinois. Sarah began her physical therapy career in Naperville, Illinois at ATI Physical Therapy working with sports and work injuries. She then moved to Eagle, Idaho in 2003, where she worked at Eagle Physical Therapy for 13 years treating all forms of injuries including TMJ, cervical, headaches, and sports injuries.
Furthering education has taken her into specializations of pelvic floor therapy for incontinence, pelvic pain, women’s health issues, and cranial sacral therapy. She lives in Eagle, Idaho with her family and loves being in the mountains, camping, hiking, and boating.
Katie is a physical therapist who thoroughly enjoys working with people to improve their functional mobility and help them return to their daily activities and adventures. She strives to develop individualized treatment plans, utilizing her critical thinking to determine the best techniques to help each person she treats.
She graduated from Boise State University with her Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences in 2004, then she continued on to pursue her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Idaho State University in 2008. She then received her certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2012. She is developing her manual therapy skills and progressing her knowledge of movement patterns with continuing education through the Institute of Physical Art and the Gray Institute. She has found her passion in treating women with pelvic issues and has been advancing her knowledge and skills through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Katie is a native of Boise, Idaho, and when she is away from the clinic, she enjoys cooking, running, and other outdoor activities she can do with her husband and their three daughters.
Yesenia is a physical therapist with a passion for providing customized care to rehabilitate patients to their prior level of function and improve their overall quality of life. She treats a variety of orthopedic conditions such as post-surgical care including rotator cuff repair and total joint replacements, mobility impairments, and vestibular dysfunction.
She received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Boise State University and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Franklin Pierce University in Goodyear, AZ. She has specialized training in manual therapy techniques, including Strain Counterstrain and instrument-assisted mobilization. Her treatments are evidence-based manual therapy techniques, coupled with therapeutic exercise and functional movement training. She is also fluent in Spanish.
Yesenia spends her free-time cooking, gardening, and playing volleyball. She enjoys time with her husband and three daughters exploring the outdoors, traveling and learning new things.
Sarah is the Office Manager for the Boise office. She has worked in PT clinics since 2003 doing everything from Receptionist, Aide, Office Manager and Billing. When she is not at Restore she works with her husband on their small farm. She is married to her high school sweet heart and they have 1 daughter who is very involved in 4H. She also enjoys hiking, camping, gardening, canning, and making crafts.
Jenna is a physical therapist who is passionate about connecting with her patients. Born and raised in Boise, she loves practicing in her hometown community.
Jenna earned Bachelor’s degrees in English and Sociology with an emphasis in Gender Studies from Pacific Lutheran University. Her background in classical ballet and strong interest in injury recovery led her to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Puget Sound. Trained in Pilates-based rehabilitation, Jenna enjoys helping patients by considering the person as a whole. She has a strong background in orthopedic manual therapy, postural re-education, women’s pelvic health and performance artist rehabilitation.
Jenna spends much of her free time teaching yoga and barre classes. In true Idahoan fashion, she appreciates everything outdoors including paddle boarding, skiing, fly fishing, and exploring with her husband and adorable cocker spaniel.
Maggie was born and raised in Iowa. She went to Iowa State University and got her Bachelors of Science while juggling college women’s soccer and extensive coursework. She then graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Des Moines University.
She is passionate about helping her patients improve their quality of life through evidence-based treatment techniques and patient education. She enjoys seeing all types of diagnoses, but has most of her training in pelvic and women’s health physical therapy, as well as, working with sports related orthopedic injuries. Maggie believes in a collaborative rehab process with her patients to determine each individual’s unique goals to get them back to what they love to do most without pain or functional limitations.
When not at work, you can find Maggie hiking, skiing, weight lifting, playing board games, camping and enjoying the outdoors.
Daranee Berg, PT has dedicated her physical therapy practice to orthopedic and women’s specialty care. She partners with her patients to treat each patient individually with a unique program.
She believes strongly in providing a space where women can expect compassion in a healing environment as they receive care for incontinence, pelvic pain, and pelvic floor weakness. These are often sensitive topics and deserve an extra bit of TLC.
Daranee works with prenatal and postpartum women to address pain associated with pregnancy and rehabilitate the pelvic floor and abdominals after delivery.
Daranee is passionate about preventing osteoporosis in young women and creating safe living environments and strong bones in older women. She a founder and speaker for the Osteoporosis Support Group in Canyon County.
She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Utah State University and Physical Therapy degree from Eastern Washington University.
Susan Ackerman is a physical therapist who strives to provide the highest quality of care. She has worked in a variety of settings including orthopedics, women’s health, and cardiopulmonary. She is passionate about helping people with pelvic pain, low back pain, hip pain, and abdominal pain, especially in pregnancy and postpartum, achieve their goals.
Susan completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at University of Nevada – Las Vegas, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Duke University. She has also completed a 450-hour Pilates teacher training program through The Pilates Center in Boulder, CO and Visceral Manipulation coursework through Barral Institute.
Susan takes a holistic approach with her patients and tailors treatments to each individual. Her treatment philosophy is evidence-informed and uses a combination of manual therapies, education, exercise, and functional activities to help people improve their quality of life.
Outside of her career, Susan spends time gardening, hiking, knitting/crocheting, cooking, and doing yoga. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends, exploring new places, good food, and outdoor activities.