Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

While these are our standard operating hours, we want to be as accommodating as possible for our patients. We offer early and late appointments. For more information on scheduling an appointment that is convenient for you, please call: (208) 785-3883.



Physicians and Surgeons Clinic of Pocatello

1151 Hospital Way

Building D, Ste. 100

Pocatello, ID 83201

Bingham Memorial Hospital

98 Poplar St.

(ground floor, next to the gift shop)

Blackfoot, ID 83221

If you have any questions about our Therapy services or staff in Pocatello, please call: (208) 239-8001.

 If you have any questions about our Therapy services or staff in Blackfoot, please call: (208) 785-3883.


Our Staff

Kellie Armstrong
Physical Therapist Assistant 

Kellie completed the Physical Therapy Assistant Program at Idaho State University in 2000. With nearly 20 years of experience, she has been working full time in the fields of inpatient, skilled rehabilitation, home health, and outpatient physical therapy care. Kellie specializes in orthopedic care and manual therapy. She enjoys interacting with her patients and strives to make each session as effective and rewarding as possible. In her spare time, she enjoys boating and wake surfing with her husband and two children.


Sarah Delilo
Manager of Outpatient Clinics & Physical Therapist 

After Sarah graduated from California State University, Long Beach, in 1999, she started working as a physical therapist for both inpatient and outpatient services. She has always sought jobs associated with a hospital for the variety they provide. She has been working in the acute setting at Bingham Memorial Hospital for nearly three years. Sarah will be dry-needling certified by the end 2019, and is also passionate about working with the geriatric population.

When Sarah isn’t hard at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, listening to a good book, and running.


Todd Dimick
Physical Therapist Assistant & Athletic Trainer 

Todd has done shoulder and knee rehabilitation, as well as orthopedic therapy, for more than 30 years. He began his career as an athletic trainer in 1988 and had the privilege to work at The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (T.O.S.H.) in Murray, UT. He also received training from the National Pitchers Association and PBATS (Professional Baseballs Athletic Trainers Society), and specializes in working with overhead athletes, especially with throwing athletes.

In 2010, Todd graduated from the Physical Therapy Assistant Program at Idaho State University and has continued to focus on the athletic and orthopedic patients. Todd has a great sense of humor and always laughing and joking with his patients.

Sue Kunkel
Occupational Therapist#160;

Sue holds her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, ID, where she played National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) golf for four years. During and after this time, she worked as a wildland firefighter for six years before returning to school to earn a Master of Occupational Therapy from Idaho State University.

In the clinic, Sue enjoys working with hand and upper extremities, burns and wound care, neurological, visual-perceptual, and cognitive deficits. Sue has experience in the following clinical settings: burn unit and wound care, neuro rehabilitation, acute inpatient, outpatient, skilled nursing, and home health. She is working towards becoming a certified hand therapist, and aspires to become a certified lymphedema therapist.

MaKenzie Taylor
Speech Language Therapist 

With nearly ten years of experience, MaKenzie specializes in providing services to the adult population, specifically with swallowing therapy. She is trained in neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) and is manual therapy certified. She also completed all of the modified barium swallow studies for both acute and outpatients. In addition to her specialty with swallowing, she also enjoys providing language and cognitive therapy to the outpatient clinic for our patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), cerebrovascular accidents (CVAs), dementia, and Parkinson’s disease.

MaKenzie grew up on a potato farm here in Blackfoot, Idaho. She enjoys doing anything with her family such as camping, jet skiing, and going to the movies.

Richard Woodland, DPT
Physical Therapist 

Richard enjoys working with patients on their shoulders, knees, and hips, with a focus on the sports-related mechanics of squatting, jumping, and throwing. In addition to working with patients of all ages, he also specializes in working with young athletes who play all sports and has experience treating soccer, wrestling, volleyball, football, and running athletes.

He is an athlete himself and when he isn’t at work, he enjoys trail running, rock climbing, hunting and anything in the snow. If you get a chance, ask him to sing you a tune; he has a pretty good set of pipes on him.

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