Staff

Always working on improving our treatment skills. Our therapists went to college an average of 7 years to be trained, but our education didn't stop there. We believe that providing the best care to our patients means we have to keep searching and studying the latest research, learning and honing new skills, and evaluating our patient outcomes to be the most effective therapists in our community.

Caldwell

Kyle Hadley

Kyle Hadley

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Ashley Irvin

Ashley Irvin, PTA

Ashley joined the Altitude Physical Therapy team in September 2016. Born and raised in Salt Lake City, UT. She earned a scholarship to play soccer at Idaho State in Pocatello. Ashley then earned her degree from Dixie State University in St. George, UT as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Ashley and her husband Steve have always had an interest in living in the Boise area and decided to pack up and head north. She enjoys yoga and is a big fan of the outdoors, including running, hiking, and biking. Ashley and Steve also are the proud parents of their handsome French bulldog, Wrigley.

Melanie Turpen

Melanie Turpen - Billing Specialist

Melanie is a Nampa native and has worked at Altitude since 2008. She is in charge of training our awesome front desk staff, credentialing, and recently assumed the role of billing specialist. Outside of work, Melanie enjoys spending time with her husband, Darin, their 2 boys, and her dog, Odie. She is a fan of all things pink, scrapbooking, shopping, Reese’s Peanut Butter cups, and attending band and school functions with her family.

Jeanie Burton

Jeanie Burton - Caldwell Receptionist

Jeanie joined the Altitude family in August 2016 and is the receptionist at the Caldwell clinic. She is very much a people person and enjoys trying to help anyone's day go a little more easily. Jeanie has been a stay at home mom for her 6 kids for many years and has also worked in medical offices and as a certified beautician. She has also been involved in volunteering as a PTO president and doing hair and make up for theatrical productions.

Nampa - Midland

Sean Weatherston, PT, OCS, CSCS

Sean Weatherston, PT, OCS, CSCS

Sean is a physical therapist as well as co-founder and co-owner of Altitude Physical Therapy. Born and raised in Idaho, Sean studied at Ricks College, BYU, and Boise State before receiving his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, CA in 2000. He has continued to invest in his education since graduation and became board certified as a specialist in orthopedic physical therapy (OCS). He also holds certification as an ImPACT trained PT (concussion management) and is credentialed as a clinical instructor by the American Physical Therapy Association. Sean and his wife, Jill, are the parents of 5 children and enjoy attending their games, meets, and concerts. Dedicated to being a good example of what he encourages in the clinic, Sean stays active by hiking and camping, running a half marathon or two every year, and refereeing college and high school basketball. An amateur foodie, Sean enjoys whipping up new things in the kitchen for his family and has proudly conquered the Big Jud’s challenge. He has also served in the community as a volunteer basketball and track coach, and as a scout leader.

Cherie Young

Cherie Young - Midland Receptionist

Cherie originally hails from western Oregon and has worked for Altitude for two years. Her favorite thing about working here is "definitely the patients". "Due to the personal, one on one approach we use in providing care for each person who walks through our doors, we get to know our patients really well and they become almost like family. It’s common for former patients to stop in just to say hi and catch up with us." Outside of the office, Cherie is a youth leader at her church and a member of the local roller derby team, the Beet City Bombers. She enjoys adventuring with her husband, T.J. and their animals (two dogs and a cat), as well as kayaking, biking, reading (anything and everything), mentoring, swimming, sewing, doll making, crossword puzzles, hiking, roller skating and trying new foods.

Nampa - Southside

Sean Weatherston, PT, OCS, CSCS

Sean Weatherston, PT, OCS, CSCS

Sean is a physical therapist as well as co-founder and co-owner of Altitude Physical Therapy. Born and raised in Idaho, Sean studied at Ricks College, BYU, and Boise State before receiving his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, CA in 2000. He has continued to invest in his education since graduation and became board certified as a specialist in orthopedic physical therapy (OCS). He also holds certification as an ImPACT trained PT (concussion management) and is credentialed as a clinical instructor by the American Physical Therapy Association. Sean and his wife, Jill, are the parents of 5 children and enjoy attending their games, meets, and concerts. Dedicated to being a good example of what he encourages in the clinic, Sean stays active by hiking and camping, running a half marathon or two every year, and refereeing college and high school basketball. An amateur foodie, Sean enjoys whipping up new things in the kitchen for his family and has proudly conquered the Big Jud’s challenge. He has also served in the community as a volunteer basketball and track coach, and as a scout leader.

Dan Crowley

Dan Crowley, PTA, LAT

Dan is a Physical Therapist Assistant as well as an Athletic Trainer. Born and raised in Butte, Montana, Dan joined the U.S. Air Force at age 18 and came to Idaho after being stationed in Mountain Home. After 6 years Dan left the Air Force to pursue an education at Boise State University where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. Next, Dan obtained an Associate’s degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, Washington. As one may expect, Dan has experience working with athletes, but also has a wide range of outpatient physical therapy experience. Dan loves spending time with his family, being active, basically all sports, CrossFit, and "any excuse to get into the mountains."