Treats Patients: Monday through Friday Idaho PT License: PT-4827

Ali Lubbers PT, DPT

Ali Lubbers PT, DPT received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from University of Montana in 2014. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Montana in 2011. In 2016 Ali joined Thrive Physical Therapy after relocating from Newport, Oregon. She chose Boise, Idaho because of our city’s quality of life and access to the foothills trails. Her previous work experience was in a private practice outpatient clinic that exposed her to a large variety of diagnoses and patient populations.

Ali Lubbers PT, DPT loves treating movement dysfunction and helping people correct faulty movement patterns. Patients enjoy lasting results and a better quality of life after experiencing her treatments. She especially enjoys working with patients with knee and hip conditions. Her belief is that education on form and function is an integral part of treatment, because of this, she prioritizes teaching patients how imbalances occur. As a result, her patients play an active role in their treatment and future prevention.

Ali Lubbers PT, DPT lives in North Boise with her husband Will and can be found outdoors as often as possible. Her favorite activities include backpacking, camping, gardening, hiking, swimming, and testing out new baking recipes. Ali is always looking for new and beautiful places in Idaho!

"At a bit over 5 months, I am feeling more and more like myself, and enjoying my usual hiking and biking activities, and have started a dance class!"

J. Schlicht

"I just wanted to say thanks for all the help and advice with my hip/glute/hamstrings this past winter. A few weeks ago I ran the Sawtooth Relay and it was great!"

K. Romito

“Thank you so much for your hard work and guidance with my knee. You are a very good Physical Therapist and very easy to understand and follow. Also, many thanks for the balance referrals.”

A. Tuthill

"It was such a pleasure getting to do PT at Thrive! It's almost bittersweet, of course nobody wants to need physical therapy, but I legitimately enjoyed the visits and feel like I made great progress. A few years ago I had a different surgery and had a round of PT, but this was so much better. If I ever need PT again, I will certainly be back and would gladly recommend it to anyone."

Justin B.