Pain Program (SIMP)
Deb B
Deb B, PTA
BS, University of Leeds, England
AA, Physical Therapy Assistant, North Idaho College
Deb is a physical therapy assistant with over 10 years of experience. Her primary focus is treatment of orthopedic conditions, aquatic therapy and industrial rehabilitation. Deb has a certification in weight training. 
Mark C
Mark C, MPT
MSPT, Loma Linda University
Mark has more than ten years experience in pain clinic, work conditioning/work hardening, ergonomics and orthopedic physical therapy. He specializes in ergonomics and shoulder rehabilitation.
Pamela C
Pamela C, Psychology Resident
BA Psychology, University of California, Riverside
MA Marriage and Family Therapy, California School or Professional Psychology
Psy.D. Doctor of Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Clark has over five years’ experience working with patients who suffer from chronic pain and traumatic injuries. She also specializes in systems therapy and helping families and couples achieve their goals and improve relationships. Her clinical experiences and training include treating anxiety, depression, panic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder (ptsd), and process addictions. Dr. Clark uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Biofeedback, Motivational and Mindfulness based approaches to help patients learn to self-regulate, modify behavior, communicate effectively, and build self-efficacy; thus equipping patients with the internal resources to optimize their life, and manage difficult life challenges.
Kristy G
Kristy G, Program Coordinator
Kristy has over 20 years experience in the medical industry, holding many different positions from accounts payable to office manager.  She has a strong back ground in medical coding and billing with an emphasis in Medicare billing .  She has been with St Luke’s for over 5 years, as the Physiatry Office Manager previously and currently a SIMP Coordinator. 
Ryan K
Ryan K, OTR/L
BA, Occupational Therapy, Eastern Washington University
Ryan specializes in deficits related to (CVA) stroke and traumatic brain injury, in addition to self-care, home management, upper body strengthening and coordination. He also participates in rehabilitation of those who are suffering from work-related injuries and are undergoing chronic pain management as well as work conditioning and work hardening. He has been with St. Luke’s since 2006.
Jamie L
Jamie L, MD
Dr. Lewis was trained in Loma Linda University School of Medicine Fellowship Trained for pain management. He specializes in pain management and the nonsurgical treatment of back and neck pain. 
Michelle S
Michelle S, MPT
MPT, University of Montana
BS, Human Services, Montana State University
Michelle has over 13 years of experience as a physical therapist treating patients ranging in age from adolescent to senior with issues related to orthopedic injuries or conditions. She also has been treating patients with chronic pain from work-related injuries for 2 years.  
Diane T
Diane T, PT, MTC
PT, Mayo School of Health Related Science
Diane has more than twenty years of outpatient orthopedic experience and industrial rehabilitation- work hardening, work conditioning and functional capacity evaluations. She is certified in manual therapy from the University of St. Augustine, Florida and holds a certification to provide the Progressive Goal Attainment Program. She enjoys working with all ages of patients and using her manual therapy skills on orthopedic injuries. 
Patricia W
Patricia W, OT/L, CHT
OT, University of Western Ontario
Patricia has 22 years experience as occupational therapist in outpatient rehabilitation treating clients with musculoskeletal and neurological injuries. She is a Certified Hand Therapist with extensive hand therapy experience. She joined the St. Luke’s team in 2005 providing rehabilitation to those with arm and hand injuries, work-related injuries and chronic pain management including work conditioning and work hardening.
Tom W
Tom W, M.Ed., ABVE-D
BA, Sociology, Industrial Relations, St. Martin's University
MA, Counseling and Guidance, Gonzaga University
Tom has a Master's Degree in Counseling and a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and Industrial Relations. He is a member of the American Board of Vocational Experts with Diplomat status. Tom has been providing the full range of vocational rehabilitation services to injured workers for over 30 years.
Anthony Whitney
Anthony Whitney, MS, LMHC, BCIA
MS, Psychology, Eastern Washington University
Anthony is a licensed mental health counselor and certified biofeedback specialist. He is trained in areas of auto-regulation, sEMG, heart rate variability, peak performance training and computer-based treatment using EEG based neurofeedback. He specializes in treating chronic pain and strives to create a unique treatment experience to enhance individuals’ abilities to experience their full internal potential.
Sonya Wood
Sonya Wood, PhD
BA Psychology, Eastern Washington University
MA Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
PhD Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Wood specializes in chronic pain. She provides cognitive behavioral therapy and incorporates stress management techniques to optimize pain management. Her training and experience include working with patients who suffer from depression, anxiety and other psychological conditions that frequently accompany chronic pain. Dr. Wood has a passion for using a holistic approach in treatment. Her goal in working with each individual is to build on personal strengths and improve quality of life.