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Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine

Growing up is hard work and our goal is to help children become as independent and functional as possible in all areas of life. Our team cares for kids and teens recovering from injury or with diagnoses affecting physical function such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and more. Involving family is critical to success so we’ll provide you with home programs and ideas to incorporate therapy into your child’s natural environment to get the best possible results.


  • Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine


    Erin M. Conlee, MD specializes in the rehabilitation and management of children with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, concussion, neuromuscular disorders (such as cerebral palsy and spina bifida), and an array of musculoskeletal conditions. She has a particular interest in oncology-related impairments and conditions. She also offers spasticity management with pediatric baclofen pumps or injections (botulinum toxin, phenol) as well as injections to reduce oral secretions. She serves as medical director for St. Luke's Children's Rehabilitation.

    Dr. Conlee works to maximize quality of life and restore optimal functioning to patients through working with a multidisciplinary team of therapists and ancillary providers. She is passionate about caring for children and young adults, striving to meet needs across a variety of conditions and health care settings.

    Dr. Conlee is active with the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and has served as chair of their adaptive sports and recreation committee. She has also volunteered with the Challenged Athletes Foundation and Special Olympics. 

    Dr. Conlee earned her undergraduate degree in biology and chemistry at Northwest Nazarene University, where she also played Division II basketball. After medical school at University of California, San Diego, she completed her residency and fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, serving as chief resident at Mayo Clinic Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. While in Minnesota, she also developed an adaptive rock climbing program for local kids and teens.

    In her free time, Dr. Conlee loves spending time with her husband and their two sons, ideally in the mountains.


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  • Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine


    Samantha Cragg, MD treats children with disabilities to improve their quality of life and help them become as functionally independent as possible. She treats a wide variety of conditions such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, neuromuscular disorders and genetic conditions. Dr. Cragg ensures her patients receive appropriate therapies, bracing and equipment, as well as access to new neuromuscular medications as they are approved by the FDA. She also specializes in tone management, including oral medications, botulinum toxin injections and intrathecal baclofen pump management. She is passionate about treating children with neuromuscular disorders and enjoys building relationships with her patients and their families.

    Dr. Cragg completed her medical training at Mercer University School of Medicine followed by an internship year in internal medicine at Memorial Health Hospital. She then completed her residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of California, Irvine, where she was elected chief resident. Next, Dr. Cragg completed fellowship training in pediatric rehabilitation medicine at Children’s Mercy Kansas City, remaining on staff afterward as an attending physician, serving as assistant medical director of the Muscle and Nerve Clinic, and leading monthly multidisciplinary neuromuscular meetings. At St. Luke's, Dr. Cragg serves as medical director for St. Luke’s Children's Muscular Dystrophy Clinic.

    In her free time, Dr. Cragg enjoys biking, hiking, running, paddle boarding, and exploring Idaho with her husband and two children.


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  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation


    Jonathan D. Myers, MD is a board-certified physiatrist (a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation), with expertise in a variety of neurologic and musculoskeletal conditions, and is currently the medical director of rehabilitation services for St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center. He cares for outpatients in the clinic setting and for inpatients at the Gwen Neilsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center at St. Luke's Magic Valley. 

    His areas of clinical interest and expertise include spasticity management, spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain injury, working with amputation and limb deficiencies, and cerebral palsy and other movement disorders. Dr. Myers is himself a spinal cord injury survivor and uses his personal experience to better relate to his patients.

    In August 2016, Dr. Myers and a group of St. Luke's Rehabilitation colleagues climbed Mount Borah to raise awareness regarding balance rehabilitation and raise the funding necessary to bring a balance machine to the Magic Valley.


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