Our Clinicians

Jamie Weishaar, PT, MPT, COO
Master of Physical Therapy
Rehab Director | Clinic Administrator

Jamie, born and raised in South Dakota, migrated to Kansas City to complete his Masters in Physical Therapy, graduating in 2002. After therapy school, professional interest and opportunity led him to the west coast of California where he started his Physical Therapy career and developed his knowledge in outpatient Physical Therapy. He and his family resided in the Treasure Valley since 2011.As a clinician at Modern Rehab, Jamie prides himself on delivering evidence based manual techniques with functional based individualized exercise programs. He has a broad therapy experience and expertise that spans from infants to the geriatric patient population. Attending yearly continuing education courses is vital in the process of evolving as a physical therapist. Jamie’s goal is to not only provide top-quality therapy service designed to help his patients achieve the highest level of activity and function, but to ultimately empower his patient’s through comprehensive education to prevent re-injury. In addition to providing top quality therapy Jamie enjoys spending time with his wife and children. He loves sports, especially basketball, football and fishing. Virtually any free time he has is devoted to remaining active in the community, his family and any outdoor activity. Currently he is in training for the ultimate race… the race of life!

Education
Rockhurst University
South Dakota State University
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with High Honor

Member
American Physical Therapy Association Section on Orthopedics Idaho Section
Idaho Physical
Therapy Association

Taylor Lashley, PTA

Taylor dreamt of a career dedicated to helping people feel better and flourish. Early in her life, she developed a passion for sports. Her experiences as a high school basketball player, hurdler, high jumper and pole vaulter not only gave her firsthand insight into the athletic mindset, but forged in her mind the undeniable connection between physical fitness and general happiness. Immediately after graduating from Kuna High School, Taylor enrolled in the challenging Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) professional course at Carrington College in Boise, Idaho. Taylor received her state certification in 2017. Taylor is at her best when helping other people achieve their best. As a PTA, working with patients recovering from sports and non-sports related injuries, she believes the key to successful rehabilitation starts with an enthusiastic, energetic, knowledgeable team dedicated to patient care.

Education
Carrington College