Doug grew up in Moscow graduating from MHS in 1989 and received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State in 1998 and his graduate degree from Regis University in Denver in 2000. Doug returned to Moscow in 2021 after working in Colorado where he owned his own practice specializing in Spine and Sport Orthopedics. He was the Lead Physical Therapist for Fort Lewis College and the local Middle and Senior high programs and was chosen to be the Lead Physical Therapist for the Canadian Big Air and Slopestyle teams at the winter X-Games in 2022. Doug is certified in and teaches Dry Needling both in Idaho and across the country coupled with certifications in central and peripheral joint mobilization/manipulation and strength and conditioning. Doug is taking new patients at this time who are struggling with pathology located in cervical to lumbar spine, all pre-and post-operative elbow, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and foot problems.