THE HIGH PEAKS TEAM
Judy M. Baumgardner, PT, MSPT
Judy opened High Peaks in 1987, the first physical therapy clinic in Teton Valley. Even with decades of physical therapy experience, she still averages 30 hours of continuing education per year, and is also a clinical instructor of physical therapy students. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Orthopaedic sections, a partner to Teton Valley Healthcare, and an active member of the Teton Valley community. Judy received her Master’s Specialty in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy and Certificate in Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh and her bachelor’s degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Lock Haven University. She holds an advanced certification in spinal, SI joint, and extremity orthopedics, a certification in pre and postnatal education, and a certification in Kinesio taping. She enjoys skiing, hiking, travelling, reading and spending time with her husband Lou Parri and sons Chris and Mike.
RILEE GLENN, PT, DPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Rilee received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Idaho State University and enjoys working to improve functional movement and independence through the use of manual work, exercise, and education. Rilee loves to ski, paddle board, kayak, travel, garden, and eat delicious food.
LOU PARRI, M.S.W.
Lou and his wife Judy Baumgardner are co-owners of High Peaks Physical Therapy, where he provides individual, couples and family therapy. An area of specialization is in the provision of biofeedback for the treatment of chronic pain, anxiety and stress related disorders. Lou received his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Penn State University and his Master of Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. His career has spanned over 35 years with positions in rural mental health, family and adolescent outpatient and inpatient treatment, and private practice. When not in the clinic, Lou enjoys hiking, mountain biking, climbing, floating the river and skiing with his wife and two sons.
CINDY WALKER, MS, CCC, SLP
Hi! My name is Cynthia Walker, but everyone calls me Cindy. I grew up here in Teton Valley, the daughter of Grant & Sharol Wilson of Alta. I received my Master’s degree in Speech/Language Pathology in April of 1994 and worked in the schools for a year until we moved to Moscow, Idaho where I worked at Gritman Medical Center. Besides working with home health, in-patients and out-patients, Gritman therapies also contracted with group homes and skilled nursing facilities. Because of the small town, we saw everyone that walked in the door. I learned to love working with the elderly and doing swallow evaluations including Modified Barium Swallow studies.
In 1998 my family moved to Rupert, Idaho where I secured employment with Cassia Regional Medical Center in Burley. I worked there until my recent move here to Driggs. The past 6 years were primarily summer work because we moved to Fairfield, Idaho and 100 miles was a lot for a daily commute, especially in the winter. During that time I worked for local school districts. In the summers I continued to work with everything from swallowing and voice disorders to Aphasia, Dysarthria and childhood issues such as Autism and Apraxia.
I’m excited to be back in Driggs and have the opportunity to share my skills with this community.
PERSONAL Training and Nutrition
TAMI WATSON, BS, CPT, Pn1, HC, GPT, CES
Tami is originally from the mountains of Colorado, and moved to Driggs in 2003 with her husband and two kids. She is a former ski instructor, 4-H leader and Girl Scout leader. She enjoys teaching people about health and fitness, and went back to school in 2011.
Tami received her bachelor's degree in exercise science from American Public University in 2015. She has since received her personal trainer certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the sport and exercise nutrition certification from Precision Nutrition.
She is excited to be finishing up a health coach certification from American Council on Exercise, group personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist from National Academy of Sports Medicine. Each program Tami puts together is individualized to the client to help them achieve their health and fitness goals.
BODYWISE MASSAGE THERAPISTS
Jeanenne Dalley, LMT
Bodywise Massage Therapist
Rebecca Park, LMT
Bodywise Massage Therapist
Elaine Spang, LMT, PTA, CKTP
Bodywise Massage Therapist
Physical Therapist Assistant
Sarah Drake was raised on a dairy farm in Teton Valley owned by Garl and Jill Drake. She was able to volunteer at High Peaks Physical Therapy in 2013 to complete an internship for her bachelors degree. She finished her bachelors degree in exercise physiology with a cluster in child development and sociology in 2014 and has been working at High Peaks since then. She enjoys the outdoors and helping people. Her outdoor hobbies include exploring new mountain trails, running, biking, horseback riding.
Kylie calls Teton Valley home, even though she has only lived here since 2013. She is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in health science from BYU – Idaho. She then plans to attend graduate school to earn a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy. Her hobbies include horseback riding, hiking, and road trips with her husband Cristian.
Natasha England is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. She graduated from Salt Lake
Community College with a Diploma in Cosmetology/Barbering and used it as a side job while still living in Salt Lake. She’s spent 10 years as an Events Department Manager for a couple Real Estate Seminar companies. This also took her to Puerto Rico for a year. She bought a house and moved to Victor, Idaho in September 2016 with her boyfriend, Jake. They had both always wanted to move here for its outdoor opportunities, the stunning beauty, and slower, small town feel. They have two dogs - a Pomeranian named Baxter and a Chocolate/Aussie Lab mix named Charley. Natasha loves traveling, writing, antigravity yoga fitness, walking her dogs, hiking, and camping.
Chris grew up in Teton Valley before attending the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he received a bachelor's degree in political science and a business intensive certificate. Currently, he is based in Boise working for a conservation advocacy group. He does graphic design and marketing for High Peaks, creating ads, stickers, forms, and whatever else the business might need to stay engaged with patients and customers. Chris enjoys skiing, writing, hiking, climbing, traveling, and long, heated conversations over coffee.