Chris was born and raised in Salmon, Idaho. He played basketball and ran track for Salmon all 4 years of his high school career and still enjoys athletics today. Through various injuries during his time playing sports, he worked with a local physical therapist who volunteered with the school athletic teams. This is where his interest in physical therapy really began.
Chris later attended BYU-Idaho where he received his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology. His interest in physical therapy grew during anatomy and physiology courses as well as a kinesiology course at BYU-Idaho. He went on to attend graduate school at Idaho State University where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
Chris and his wife Kali have two boys named Beau (5) and Parker (2) who keep them loving life and very busy. In his free time Chris enjoys playing basketball, taking bike rides with Beau, playing the guitar and singing, movies, hunting, fishing, and camping. He loves physical therapy and thoroughly enjoys helping people achieve their goals and improve their health to get back to the things they love.