754 N College Road, Suite D.
Twin Falls, ID 21014
1 (208) 734 5313
Tracy Ervin, MPT
Tracy has been working at CPR since 2000, and joined as a Partner in 2008. She received her Master’s in Physical Therapy in 1996 from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Assoc. and the Idaho Physical Therapy Assoc. Tracy has an emphasis in manual therapy techniques, and is certified through the WorkWell system to provide Functional Capacity Evaluations, Pre-work Screens, and Functional Job Analysis. She is also a certified Idaho Worker’s Compensation Specialist. In addition to an orthopedic outpatient caseload, she consults with local industries regarding injury prevention and ergonomics. In her spare time (which in her opinion, isn't nearly often enough), Tracy loves to mountain bike, rock climb, hike, camp/backpack, ski, and snowshoe with her daughter and favorite friends.
Christy Hall, PTA
Arthritis Foundation Exercise Instructor
Christy is a Physical Therapy Assistant who joined CPR in 2007. She graduated from Idaho State University in May of 2006 with her PTA degree and a Bachelor of Science in Health Science. Christy was an Collegiate cheerleader during her time in college. She is an active member of the Idaho Physical Therapy Association as well as the American Physical Therapy Association. Christy is passionate about aiding others to achieve better physical fitness and became certified through the Idaho/Utah Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation to teach the floor exercise program for less active adults. She received her Advance Proficiency in Musculoskeletal in 2012. Away from work Christy can be found riding ATVs, fishing, camping and spending time with her family.
Julie Ellis, PT, CSCS, SCS
Julie graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1982. Julie earned her Sports Specialty Certification in 2000. She has taught fitness and aerobics classes for 20 years. She is very active in both state and national Physical Therapy issues. She has served as president, secretary, delegate and board member for Idaho American Physical Therapy Association. In 2003, Julie was awarded the Perry Silver Award for outstanding service to the practice of Physical Therapy and also received the Board Service Award from the Private Practice Section. Julie fractured her cervical spine when she was diving for university of South Dakota which motivated her to be a PT. She loves running, hiking, and being outdoors. She is married and has two grown kids.
George Vastola, NASM-CPT
George has joined CPR's Medically Oriented Gym (MOG). He grew up in North County San Diego and is the youngest, and only boy, of 2 sisters. He studied Kinesiology at MiraCosta College and is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Before moving to Idaho, he was a personal trainer at Jackson Strength where he did sport specific training and injury prevention for athletes of all ages. He also ran a fitness boot camp class for a local college. Growing up he was involved in martial arts, surfing and skateboarding. He is an active outdoor enthusiast and loves rock climbing, hunting, fly fishing, snowboarding, kayaking, surfing, and just about anything that involves a board. He enjoys personal training and being healthy.