Call Us Today 208-343-7700

Location Info

Meet the Team

Professionals in healing, restoration and wellness.

Gina Collins, PT, MPT


For over 20 years Gina has had the honor and privilege of working with many people who have suffered injuries as well as those that have required rehabilitation from surgery.  Gina takes an intentional and holistic approach in creating a Plan of Care for each patient. Her goal is to help patients improve their quality of life and empower them to live their best life.  In her own words, “I love to educate and share with each person the tools that will help them succeed in their healing process.  Physical therapy is my passion, and I am always looking for ways to improve my skills, services, and abilities.  I work with people with spinal disorders, osteoarthritis, post-surgery, joint replacements, vestibular, TMJ, chronic pain, pre and postpartum pregnancy related issues, and balance/gait problems.  I love serving our community and look forward to helping people reach their potential.”

Her passion for effective patient care has led Gina to develop a wide assortment of skills including myofascial release, cupping therapy, and advanced training in manual therapy.  She treats a wide spectrum of patients including those with spinal disorders, headaches, TMJ, total knee/hip/ankle replacements, and post-surgical spinal, shoulder, and knee conditions.

When not serving as Clinical Director of PT180 and treating patients, Gina enjoys spending time with her husband Luv and their wonderful daughters. She and her family are active in their church and community.  Together, they enjoy boating, hiking, biking, BSU sporting events, and traveling.

Evan Gustavsen, PT, DPT


Evan Gustavsen,  believes that every patient is a unique individual with their own set of symptoms, challenges, and functional goals. Thus, Evan formulates an individualized Plan of Care specific to each of the patients under her care. Her approach includes a comprehensive assessment, personalized therapy, and patient education complete with effective communication with both the patient and provider.  It is important to Evan that her patient’s sense and feel real progress towards their goals throughout their treatment.

Evan treats dysfunction of the entire body to bring about pain relief and functional improvement of areas including the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine as well as the ribs, jaw, hip, knees, ankles/feet, shoulders, elbows, and wrists. Conditions and injuries that she treats include those involving bone, joint, ligament, and soft tissue, as well as neurological conditions for pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients.

When not treating patients, Evan enjoys being outdoors. She is an avid runner, skier, biker, and hiker. She is passionate about learning new things, travelling, and spending quality time with family and friends. She loves being involved in her community and volunteers with the Bogus Basin Ski Patrol throughout the year.

Betsy DeGrandi, LAc, Ms


Betsy received her undergraduate degree from The University of Missouri in Biology and her Master’s degree from The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Post-graduate work included training with Orthopedic Doctors at the Rimac Training Center for Athletes in Motor Point Acupuncture Techniques at UCSD. She has over 25 years of experience, and has worked in integrative medical clinics and chronic pain clinics. Her expertise is in blending western with eastern medicine to facilitate the body to heal itself. She has worked with patients that have complex pain patterns, auto-immune symptoms, athletic injuries, post surgical healing, and scar tissue restrictions/pain. She can accept motor vehicle accident, worker’s compensation, and some health insurance patients. Betsy also treats many V.A. patients on an outpatient basis at PT180 for pain, as well as depression, anxiety, and PTSD. She is a competitive runner and enjoys staying fit and active in the great outdoors.

Find the acute or chronic pain relief you need to start feeling your best.