Colleen graduated with a baccalaureate degree in physical therapy from Temple University in Philadelphia. She has been a physical therapist in Sun Valley for 35 years and loves her profession, as it has given her a wonderful avenue to interact with so many people in the area. Colleen continues to learn on a daily basis and feels fortunate to live in such a healthy and healing environment. She welcomes the opportunity to work with you toward improving your health and fitness.
Karoline has been skiing and biking in Ketchum since childhood and has been a physical therapist in the Wood River Valley since 1999. She has focused on sports medicine and orthopedics since studying Exercise and Sport Science at the University of Utah. Karoline earned her Master’s degree at Idaho State University in 1999 and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. As a lifelong competitor, Karoline was an NCAA Division I alpine ski racer and was on the team that won the 2008 24-Hour Team Mountain Bike National Championships. Karoline also stays fit to keep up with her twin boys. At Zenergy Sports Rehab Clinic, Karoline focuses on helping patients recover from injuries and operations with the goal of becoming better than they were before.
Lindsey Ketterling graduated from the University of Montana with BS in Health and Human Performance with emphasis in Exercise Science in 2012, and with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015. She worked in a private practice outpatient clinic in Twin Falls before joining Zenergy in 2018.
Lindsey brings to the Zenergy Sports Rehab team additional training in vestibular and concussion rehab, and the Fascial Distortion Model (manual therapy techniques). She has experience with orthopedics and sports medicine from acute injuries, post operative conditions, and chronic or repetitive use conditions.
Lindsey is excited for the opportunity to help people restore function, movement, and return to an active lifestyle!
Kyle is passionate about movement and athletic development and enjoys helping clients achieve long term, sustainable health and fitness. He is a graduate of the Army/Baylor Doctorate Program and was an on active duty for 7 years. This time included serving as the physical therapist for a brigade combat team while deployed to Iraq. After his time in the Army, Kyle completed a sports medicine fellowship in the management of Division I athletes at Duke University. Here, he worked extensively with Duke Athletics in a multidisciplinary setting helping athletes from all their teams recover from, manage and prevent injury.
After leaving Duke, Kyle and his family moved to Eagle, ID and Kyle has been the Sports Medicine Program Coordinator, Residency Director, and clinic manager for St. Luke’s Health System in Boise.
Kyle has helped many athletes achieve their fitness and performance goals. This includes being Kristin Armstrong’s PT and strength coach for the 14 months leading up to the 2016 Rio Olympics where she won her 3rd gold medal in the women’s cycling time trial.