Meet Our Team

Mark Moss - Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Eagle

Mark Moss

PT, DPT
Physical Therapist

Mark received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Northern Arizona University with Distinction. He received his Bachelor of Science in Health Science and Business from Boise State University, Magna Cum Laude. Prior to Boise State, Mark attended college in Moses Lake, Washington on a basketball scholarship. He is working toward board certification in orthopaedics and advanced certifications with the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). He is certified in the ASTYMTM System for soft tissue treatment and healing.

Mark’s areas of specialty include orthopaedics, post-operative rehabilitation, return to sport, and cervical and lumbar spine rehabilitation. Mark brings an individualized approach to each patient. He is excited to help patients identify a plan to achieve specific and attainable personal goals. Using a combination of hands-on manual therapy techniques as well as strength and conditioning exercises, patients will achieve effective and long-lasting results.

Mark was raised in Eagle and is excited to be providing care in his hometown. He and his wife, Paige, are proud parents of a daughter and son. Mark grew up appreciating the outdoors and in his free time continues to enjoy all that our beautiful area has to offer. Mark especially enjoys spending time with his wife and children, attending football games in the fall, and squeezing in a round of golf with his father and brothers.

Julie Dunn

PT, DPT
Physical Therapist

Julie earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Idaho State University, where her passion for excellent care earned her the Outstanding Student award, among other honors. She earned several state and national awards for going above and beyond to learn the best and most progressive treatments for her patients. She is active on the state and national level to support women’s health physical therapy, education, and patient access to quality care. Her team’s research has been presented nationally and internationally to raise awareness of interprofessional collaboration, ageism, and women’s health issues.

While preparing to enter the doctorate program, Julie received a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and went on to earn her Qualification as a Spanish Medical Interpreter. This allows Julie to provide physical therapy services in both English and Spanish, enabling her to personally communicate with patients from a variety of backgrounds.

Julie’s treatment is centered on empowering people to live their personal best, and giving each person’s body the resources it needs to create lasting healing. She specializes in treating a variety of orthopedic and women’s health conditions, and co-leads the women’s health program at the SE Boise clinic.

In her spare time, Julie prefers to be outdoors, spending time with her family and friends, and traveling. She has a strong background in music, as well as dance, tennis, yoga, and horseback riding.

Kelsey O'Leary

LMT, NASM-CPT
Licensed Massage Therapist

Kelsey is a Licensed Massage Therapist and a Certified Personal Trainer (National Academy of Sports Medicine). She is very enthusiastic when it comes to educating clients about their bodies and how they work so that they can take the information they learn into their everyday lives. Her goal is to enhance the quality of life in the clients she works with by creating an individualized, therapeutic protocol for each individual.

Her approach to bodywork with each client depends on their needs as well as what they want from each session. Some of the benefits of the work include: Reduction of chronic pain, reduction of stress and anxiety, increased blood
circulation and lymph function, increased flexibility and range of motion as well as injury prevention/education.

Stacey Wyatt


Administrative Supervisor

Stacey grew up in northeast Oregon before attending Oregon State University and earning a degree in Biochemistry. She has always been involved in athletics and knew early on that she would want to pursue a career associated with the body’s well being. Stacey received her personal training certification from the American College of Sports Medicine in 2007 and has taught Kettlebell classes for seven years.

Stacey enjoys playing on her city league volleyball team, road trips with her husband and son and a good cup of coffee