Katie Duke completed her Doctorate of Physical therapy (DPT) at Idaho State University. Katie grew up in the Treasure Valley playing competitive soccer, which sparked her interest in health and fitness. She began her college education at University of South Carolina, where she received the Southeastern Conference (SEC) Award for Academic Excellence while playing Division I soccer for the Gamecocks. She continued her soccer career at Boise State University, earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science and the Western All Conference (WAC) All Academic Award.
Katie is dedicated to helping her patients reach their personal goals and prevent future injury through manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, education, and functional strengthening. She is pursuing further specialty education in orthopedics and ASTYM.
Katie has a particular interest in keeping young athletes healthy and on the field. Her experience as an athlete and as a coach allows her to relate well with her patients and to understand their individual goals. Katie’s current athletic pursuits include: running half marathons, playing soccer and active involvement in the sports community. Katie loves the outdoors and can usually be found running in the Boise foothills with her husband, RT, and their golden retriever, Steve.