Meet Our Five Mile Clinic

Dr. Steve Oswald, PT, DPT, OCS, PES

Hometown:  Mountain Home, ID

Degrees:  Doctor of Physical Therapy (Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions) and Bachelors of Health Sciences & Biology (College of Idaho)

Why Physical Therapy?:  Steve has always been fascinated by the human body and movement. From a very young age, he knew he wanted to be in the medical field. Steve’s tipping point with selecting physical therapy as a profession was after his own rehabilitation experience, following a basketball injury that resulted in an ACL reconstruction. His personal experience with physical therapy was his catalyst for a passion in helping others improve their life experiences through optimizing movement quality and reducing their pain.  Steve is a Perfomance Enhancement Specialist (PES) through NASM; he has a strong background in fitness and performance training, helping transition athletes and weekend-warriors back into activities they may be having difficulty performing.  Steve services physical therapy in Boise. 

Specialties:  Neck, Spine, Shoulder, Elbow, TMJ, Vertigo, and Functional Dry Needling in Physical Therapy

Hobbies:  Steve is an active outdoorsman, frequently hiking, mountain biking, camping, backpacking during the summer, while enjoying skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing during the winter months. Steve is also an avid sports fan, especially college football (GO BOISE STATE!). You can typically find Steve glued to a TV watching football, or in attendance of a game most Saturdays from September to December.


Dr. Jordan Henretty, PT, DPT

Hometown:  Peachtree City, Georgia

Degrees:  Doctorate of Physical Therapy (Wheeling Jesuit University) and Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology (University of California, Santa Barbara)

Why Physical Therapy?:  Being active has always been important to Jordan. She grew up participating in sports and activities, such as tennis, basketball and competitive cheerleading/tumbling. Her interest in physical therapy arose after she underwent surgery for scoliosis. It was a turning point where she began to realize the importance of movement, not only for being active, but also for improving one’s psychological well-being. She became intrigued with the human body and how physical therapy can help people, who are limited in their daily activities by pain/injuries, achieve their full potential.

Specialties:  Spine and Orthopedics in Physical Therapy

Hobbies: On the weekend, you may find Jordan hiking, running, playing tennis, target shooting or swimming at the lake. She also loves to spend time with her family, travel, paint, watch movies/TV, and go to the gym.




Troy Reid, PT, MPT Clinic Director: Orchard Clinic

Troy has worked with ISSPT over the last 15 years, contracting as a Home Health Provider.

He serves in the Idaho Army National Guard.

Troy has 4 sons, 2 daughter-in-laws, and 4 grandkids!

Hobbies: Troy enjoys fishing, hunting, golfing and spending time with his wife, Maddie and family


Amy Gabica, Therapy Trainer

Hometown: Middleton, Idaho

Degree:  Bachelor of Science in Human Performance, with minors in Pre-PT, Psychology and Visual Studies (The College of Idaho)

Why Physical Therapy?:  With the help of a sports medicine class in high school, Amy found physical therapy to be something she knew she would love doing for the rest of her life. Being able to help someone overcome injuries and/or pain creates a joy that she did not know was possible. Just the way the human body works, how it is capable to heal itself amazes her to the point that she wants to keep learning about it. Also playing sports in high school helped Amy want to stay within the athletic realm which lead to her career choice. Amy was very fortunate to know exactly what she wanted to do and what exactly she wanted to get her degree in once she graduated high school.

Specialties:  Exercise Trainer

Hobbies:  Amy enjoys anything outdoors, softball, watching MMA, shooting singing, traveling, figuring out about her Basque heritage and hanging out with her family and friends.


Sam Soliz, Therapy Trainer

Hometown: Camarillo, California

Degree: Bachelor of Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science, Minor in Psychology (Boise State University)

Why Physical therapy?:  Sam was first introduced to physical therapy after she torn her gastrocnemius playing soccer. She enjoyed being able to build connections with her physical therapists and therapy trainers, all while watching her healing progress and in the end she was able to return to the sport she loved. Sam thrives on building relationships with patients and watching them progress through their treatment, and seeing them be able to return to their favorite activities. She enjoys helping implement all different types of exercises and modifying them to best fit a patient’s needs, all while building bonds with those individuals.

 Specialties: Exercise Science

Hobbies: Sam enjoys running and walking along the greenbelt. Finding the best food places in Idaho, watching The Office and Friends, and meeting new puppies!


Jordan Parker, Patient Care Coordinator

Hometown:  Würzburg, Germany

Why Physical Therapy?: Jordan loves meeting new people and giving them a smile on their face.  She also loves helping those who need it. Hearing those she helped say thank you with a smile on their face, that’s the most satisfying thing to Jordan.  Whether it’s under-served populations or those who thrive in their environment, she’s here to listen and be there through the hard and easy times. She wants everyone to have a positive and welcoming experience.

Hobbies:  Reading, Writing, spending time with family and friends, playing with her dogs, singing, travelling, photography, camping and hammocking.


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