From an early age, Craig has loved sports and being active. He participated in baseball, soccer, basketball, cross country, golf, and track and field through school. He was injured, as many of us are, participating in these activities, and was treated by a Physical Therapist at an early age, which left a lasting impression. After high school, he served a service mission in Spain and then returned to further his education. Craig graduated with a BS degree in Biology and later, with honors, with his doctorate degree from Idaho State University. He has been practicing in Fruitland, at Tri City Physical Therapy, since 2006. As he lives local, he also volunteers, coaches, and helps on the sidelines and sporting events at local high schools. He has helped establish concussion protocols to help high school athletes return to sports safely and he has done this free of charge. Craig continues to love sports and plays in local organizations in volleyball, softball, and basketball. He can also be found in the mountains fishing, camping, hiking, hunting, and riding ATV’s. He is a lover of outdoors and his family. He is married and has 4 children. His professional training has included dry needling, manipulation, mechanical diagnosis and therapy, and other manual techniques. He cares and strives on helping others get back to what they love doing.