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Restore Physical Therapy

Sarah Graham, PT, MPT, PRPC

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 Zerr, PT, DPT, PRPC

Katie Zerr is a physical therapist who has found her passion in pelvic health. She enjoys treating a variety of issues and addressing the impairments involved with pelvic pain, pain with sex, abdominal pain, urinary urgency and incontinence, prolapse, and concerns that arise in the pregnancy and postpartum period. She creates a safe and nurturing space, collaborates with each person and their care team, and customizes treatment plans to meet the needs of individuals so they can achieve their unique goals.

Katie 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 enjoys taking courses to refine her manual therapy skills and progress her knowledge of movement patterns with continuing education through the Institute of Physical Art and the Gray Institute. She is passionate about treating issues related to pelvic health, and received her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in 2022.

When away from the clinic, Katie enjoys cooking, gardening, exploring new ways to move her body, and spending quality time with her family and friends.

Jenna Calhoun, PT, DPT

Jenna Calhoun has dedicated her physical therapy practice to orthopedic and women’s health specialty care. She believes in delivering thoughtful treatment that is patient-centered, in a safe space where patients can expect to be heard and treated with compassion.

Jenna’s areas of interest are prenatal and postpartum care, orthopedic post-operative rehabilitation, and treatment emphasizing pelvic floor muscle weakness and dysfunction. She especially enjoys helping women overcome chronic urinary incontinence. Jenna is passionate about rehabilitation for dancers and other youth athletes. She has a strong background in manual therapy and return-to-sport rehab, and excels at assisting young athletes create healthy life-time movement habits.

Jenna earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Puget Sound and Bachelor’s degrees in Sociology-Gender Studies and English Writing from Pacific Lutheran University.

Maggie Phillips, PT, DPT

Maggie was born and raised in Iowa. She went to Iowa State University and got her Bachelor of Science while juggling college women’s soccer. 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. Treatment is always holistic and tailored specifically to the individual she is working with. She has extensive training in pelvic health working with women, men, and nonbinary individuals. She offers a safe place for the LGBTQ+ community. She has a special interest in working with athletes for both pelvic health and orthopedic concerns. 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.

Olivia Filicetti, PT, DPT

Olivia is a physical therapist whose goal is to meet each individual where they are at and provide compassionate, individualized care. She is passionate about helping her patients overcome obstacles to live life to the fullest. She has special interest in women’s health with focus on pregnancy/postpartum care, runners, and female athletes.

Born and raised in Boise, Olivia completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at Boise State University and continued on at Idaho State University to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. When not treating patients, you can often find Olivia running, mountain biking or skiing. She also enjoys cooking, exploring with her husband, and cuddling her cats.

Restore Physical Therapy

Susan Ackerman, PT, DPT

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 dysfunction, 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 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Duke University. She has also completed an extensive 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.

Hannah Hanks, PT, DPT

Hannah is a physical therapist who is passionate about helping people live their lives more fully through decreased pain and increased function. Hannah believes in a holistic and evidence-based approach. She strives to provide individualized care to best suit each patient’s lifestyles and goals. She enjoys working with all types of diagnoses, with a special interest in women’s health and in chronic pain.

Hannah completed her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at the University of Utah. She then continued at the University of Utah to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy. Hannah enjoys using her free time to hike, kayak, ski, crochet, and spend time with her 2 dogs.

Dani Boorman, PT, DPT

Dani is a physical therapist who is passionate about improving the quality of life for her patients. With a distinct eagerness to learn, Dani is constantly striving to improve her practice through reading and continuing education courses. She enjoys treating a wide variety of orthopedic and pelvic health conditions with a special interest in treating female athletes with pelvic health dysfunctions. Dani loves the personal connection she gets to make with people as well as the problem solving that she encounters every day as a physical therapist.

Dani was born and raised near Portland, Oregon. She graduated from Boise State in 2018 where she spent a few years playing collegiate soccer. She then went on to attend the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Idaho State University and graduated in 2022. When not at work, Dani is a passionate soccer (or futbol) fan and you can likely find her loudly cheering on her team most weekends. She also enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, snowshoeing, and walking along the green belt with her husband and fur baby Persi.

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