About Us

Mission Statement

Our purpose and priority at Rexburg Rehabilitation is to provide the highest quality of therapeutic care combined with current treatment practices and state of the art equipment and modalities. Our goal is to facilitate improved patient care outcomes and promote a better quality of life for the patients while enhancing the services available in the community. ~Paul M. Dye.







Meet Our Staff

Paul M Dye Wearing a shirt and tie


PMD Therapies PLLC is owned and operated by Paul M. Dye, DHSc, MPT/MOTR/L, ATC, CSCS. Paul was born and raised in southeastern Idaho and owns a rapidly growing healthcare office offering physical therapy, occupational therapy and athletic training services. Rexburg Rehabilitation is located on the west side of Rexburg in the Valley Wide Co-Op Business Park.

After an injury to his shoulder playing high school baseball, Paul became interested in therapy. He graduated from the athletic training program at Ricks College and at Brigham Young University-Provo while working with the basketball and football teams. After college graduation, Paul and his family spent three years in northern Florida where he earned his Masters of Occupational Therapy and Masters of Physical Therapy from St. Augustine’s University of Health Sciences. He is also a Certified Athletic Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Bryce Woodfield attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah and earned a Bachelor Degree in Exercise Science (2003). He graduated from Idaho State University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (2006).

Bryce and his family lived in Garden City, Utah where he worked for six years as the lead physical therapist at Bear Lake Physical Therapy. He is experienced in outpatient orthopedic treatments including wound care, cardiac rehabilitation and sports physical therapy.

The Woodfield family relocated to Rexburg in 2012 and Bryce is the lead physical therapist at St. Anthony Rehabilitation and specializes in cardiac therapy.
His doctoral thesis was on cardiopulmonary response to exercise. He is a writer for the National Physical Therapy Examination and serves on the national committee for certification of physical therapists.

Bryce Woodfield smiling

Bryce Woodfield, DPT


Mark worked in the mental health field for nearly a decade before returning to school to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Idaho State University. His career change was fueled by the idea that mental and physical health are closely associated, and that he could use his experience in mental health to complement and facilitate his treatment of patients in the physical therapy clinic.

Outside of work, Mark likes to spend time outdoors; he enjoys fishing, hiking, swimming, and golfing to name a few. This winter he plans to add snowboarding and cross country skiing to the list.

Mark grew up in Rexburg. He loves the community and enjoys chatting with the locals who come in for treatment. As for the future, Mark plans on working toward a board certification in hand therapy.

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                  Mark Couch, DPT

Morgan earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Idaho State University and a Bachelor’s in Exercise Physiology from Brigham Young University-Idaho.  He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA, and a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist.

His love of exercise and human physiology can be traced back to his time watching his oldest brother play baseball when he was little and then running sprints and hurdles in high school.

Morgan enjoys spending time with his wife and family playing games, going on walks, and working together.  He has a wide range of interests from cars and sports to painting and literature.  Baseball and track and field are his favorites but he enjoys many sports.  He loves to build and paint and has painted everything from small figurines to racing stripes on a car.  He also likes trying to fix things and is usually able to put things back together without too many parts left out.  He is also the proud father of an adorable baby boy!

Heather Geiger

Morgan Ricks, DPT, CSCS, CEAS

Kristy grew up in Evanston, Wyoming on a small farm. She was interested in the medical field from a young age and after going to physical therapy for a knee injury, decided that physical therapy was what she wanted to do for a career.

Kristy graduated from Ricks College in 2000 with a degree in Health Science. She then got her Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Central Wyoming College in 2002. After working in Salt Lake City for 2 years in an out-patient clinic, Kristy and her husband moved to Los Angeles, California where she worked as a PTA in small community hospitals in the East Los Angeles/Huntington Park area for 17 years.

With a desire to be closer to family, Kristy and her husband moved to Rexburg in 2021. She enjoys sending time with her husband and family, snowmobiling, camping, crafting and reading.

Heather Geiger

Kristy Moon, PTA

Ashleigh was born and raised in Shelley, Idaho and graduated in 2018. She enjoyed participating in a
variety of sports throughout high school including basketball, softball and track. Through sports
practices and off season training she learned to love exercising and saw how beneficial it was in her life,
from that point on she knew that she wanted to do something that would use exercise to help people
minimize pain and get back to doing the things they loved.

Ashleigh started college in January of 2019 and took a brief break to serve a mission for the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in both Brazil and California due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On
her mission she learned about physical therapy assisting and decided that was the career path that she
wanted to follow. Ashleigh graduated in 2022 from BYU-I and shortly after became a licensed PTA. She
loves what she is doing and the people she gets to meet.

Ashleigh loves to be outdoors, some of her favorite activities include: camping, fishing, and hiking.
Her favorite hike for the moment is Table Rock in Teton National Park. She loves the challenge of
pushing herself and trying new things, which is why she signed up for a half marathon in 2022 even
though she really doesn’t like running.

Heather Geiger

Ashleigh Ball, PTA

Abbey graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Brigham Young University – Idaho.
She is currently working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology and will graduate soon.

Abbey grew up in Shelley, Idaho and is the oldest of five kids. She loves to spend time with her family and can often be found playing soccer or basketball in the backyard with her siblings.  When they need a little more adventure her family enjoys spending the weekend in the mountains paddle boarding and camping together.

Abbey has always enjoyed exercising, she loves to cross country ski in the winter and go hiking in the
summer. She enjoys learning about the human body in school and on the job and is amazed by what it can do. Her passion for human movement science started as she participated in sports growing up, and it has continued to grow as she has pursued her professional career.

Heather Geiger

Abbey Crandall, PTA

Maddie earned her Physical Therapy Assisting Degree, and a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology
from Brigham Young University-Idaho. She was born and raised in Brigham City, Utah for most of her
life.  Her family has since relocated to Krum, Texas and she has loved embracing Texas culture.

Her love for exercise roots back to playing sports throughout her childhood and continued as she went
on to play college softball. Following a major shoulder injury and subsequent rehabilitation, she became interested in the physical therapy profession.

Outside of work you can find her in the gym, playing sports, riding dirt bikes, hunting, and spending time with her friends and family. If you asked her what her favorite beverage was, she would definitely tell you MILK.

Heather Geiger

Madison Parrish

Alex Brinkley, LMT

Alex earned his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2018 and graduated from the Rexburg College of Massage Therapy in 2019. He plans to attend ISU to become a PTA in the near future.

He grew up in a small town near Seattle, Washington but now calls Idaho home. He enjoys being with family, playing games, sports (especially football), cooking, and spending time with his wife. He’s excited to grow his skills in Physical Therapy and truly loves making people feel better.


Other information

Our business hours are Monday thru Friday 8 am to 5:30 pm and by appointment on Saturday. We are closed from 12 pm to 1 pm for lunch.

Rexburg Location

36 Winn Drive Suite #100 Rexburg 83440 Phone: 208-356-0174

Fax: 208-356-0176