Dr. Cordell Pickering PT, DPT, OWNER/CEO
Dr. Cordell Pickering was born and raised in the great state of Idaho, more specifically Idaho Falls. After graduating from High School, where he played football, baseball, and wrestled, he attended Utah State University for his undergraduate degree in Human Movement Science. Dr. Pickering completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at A.T. Still University in Mesa, AZ. Since high school, Cordell knew that he wanted to be a physical therapist and business owner. Pick PT is the realization of that desire.
Dr. Pickering has special interests in orthopedics, spine, sports, and vestibular rehab. During the last year of his doctorate, Dr. Pickering had clinical rotations at the following locations: Spine Rehab clinic in Idaho Falls, Idaho, Vestibular and Balance center in Idaho Falls, ID, and Acute Neuro Rehab/ ICU Neuro Rehab at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah. Dr. Pickering also spends time helping to manage some of his family’s portable storage and towing businesses in Idaho Falls. When Cordell is not in the clinic treating patients or assisting in family business matters, he loves spending time with his wife and three kids, soon to be four. As a weekend warrior, Cordell likes to camp, fish, hike, play sports of every kind, and other outdoor recreational activities. He is excited to be a part of the Rexburg community and to help those around him.
Utah State University Bachelor of Science
Physical Therapy School
AT Still University - Mesa, AZ, Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT)
- Emory University certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Mckenzie Spine Specialist
- Dry Needling Certified (FDN)
Idaho State Board of Physical Therapy
Cris A. Walters, MPT
Cris graduated from Northern Arizona University in 1994 with a Master of Physical Therapy degree. She also received a bachelors degree in Exercise and Sports Science with an emphasis in Chemistry and Physical Science from NAU. She has many years of experience in orthopedics and spine care, total joint rehabilitation, gait analysis, geriatric rehabilitation, and manual therapy.
Cris has a special interest in manual therapy techniques, regenerative medicine, and human performance in sports. She believes that a positive attitude and caring atmosphere can assist patients in recovery and living life to the fullest.
As a native of Rexburg, Cris loves living in this area. Prior to returning to southeast Idaho, she worked in a busy outpatient clinic in Utah that was heavily based in spine care and manual therapy using a mechanical diagnostic approach. From a young age she was fascinated by human movement and the art of caring for others. She has been privileged to participate in humanitarian efforts in west Africa to help teach healthcare workers some skills to rehabilitate those in their native communities.
Cris is the married mother of three children who are the loves of her life. She has many personal hobbies including, ultra-marathon running, reading, mountain biking, snowboarding, cross-country skiing or anything else that takes place outdoors.