LifeStyles Therapy & Wellness Center has been providing exceptional physical therapy services to people of all ages in the Magic Valley since 2008. We are conveniently located on Eastland Drive just north of Addison (see our map, the address is 276 Eastland Drive North). Our team includes great people with two physical therapists (Andrew Mix and Mark Taylor) and a PT assistant (Carma Carson). We are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals for an optimal, healthy lifestyle.


Contact Us

  • 208.735.8563
  • contact@lifestylestherapy.com
  • www.lifestylestherapy.com
  • 276 Eastland Dr N
    Twin Falls, ID 83301

  • Fax: 208.735.8564

    Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
    Or call anytime, leave a message, and we will get back to you ASAP!

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Our Physical Therapy interventions include:

THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES: Improve muscle flexibility, strength and control.

BALANCE TRAINING: Specialized training to improve your balance.

PERSONALIZED EDUCATION: We listen, answer questions and explain your condition and treatment so you can make informed decisions for your recovery and beyond.

SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION: Hands-on techniques relax muscles, free up soft tissue restrictions and alleviate pain.

ASTYM® SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION: Astym is an instrument assisted soft tissue treatment designed to heal chronic soft tissue conditions, especially effective for chronic tendon, connective tissue, and limitations from scar and/or fibrosis.

SPINAL DECOMPRESSION/TRACTION: Help neck and back problems in the clinic or at home.

JOINT MOBILIZATION: Loosen tight joints after injury or surgery

AQUATIC EXERCISES: Exercise in a supportive pool environment.

ULTRASOUND/ELECTRIC STIMULATION/TENS: Machines produce mild impulses to promote healing and pain relief.

HOT/COLD PACKS: Help with healing and pain.

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Thank you for choosing LifeStyles Therapy & Wellness Center for your physical therapy needs. When you come for your initial physical therapy examination, please bring your physician referral slip (if you have one, no referral is needed in the state of Idaho), your insurance card, and the new patient forms below. If you do not bring those forms, you can fill them out when you arrive. Your first visit will last approximately 1 hour. Please wear clothes that you can move in comfortably. We will assess your strength, range of motion, and formal testing specific to your condition and complaints to further diagnose and understand your condition. Together we will establish a physical therapy plan of care and begin treatment. You will work with the same therapist for your follow-up visits to ensure the best possible continuity of care.



You can access the new patient intake forms here. Please fill these forms out to the best of your ability and bring them with you to your first appointment. This will help you to have less waiting time and less paperwork at your first visit.



At LifeStyles Therapy & Wellness Center, we offer individualized care where YOU come first. Our promise to you is that you WILL be treated with compassion and we work hard to make sure you have the BEST possible patient experience and outcomes.



Much of your physical therapy may be covered by your health insurance. We are participating providers with many of the insurance companies. As things can change, it would be wise to check with your insurance company about in-network provider status and physical therapy benefits. We are currently in-network providers for:

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Motor Vehicle Insurances
  • Blue Cross of Idaho
  • Blue Shield of Idaho
  • SelectHealth
  • Pacific Source
  • Mountain Health Co-op
  • Aetna
  • and others (please call if your insurance company is not on this list)


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andrew I am Andrew Mix, a physical therapist at LifeStyles Therapy & Wellness Center. I have appreciated physical therapy since I was a young man growing up in Jerome, where my scoutmaster was a physical therapist and helped me rehabilitate from several sports injuries. After high school, I volunteered and worked in a variety of PT clinics and found that I truly enjoy helping people achieve their wellness goals. I earned a Bachelor of Health Science Studies with a minor in gerontology from Boise State University in 1996 and a Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from Idaho State University in 1998, at which time I began working in Twin Falls. I was initially employed as a staff therapist and then the lead therapist at Twin Falls Care Center for 2 years, and then as the Rehab Services Manager at BridgeView Estates for 3 years. In 2003, I went to work at Twin Falls Physical Therapy and Wellness Clinic, a private outpatient PT office, and became a partner a year later. In 2006, I qualified as a geriatric clinical specialist (GCS). In 2008, I started LifeStyles Therapy & Wellness Center (when Twin Falls PT was dissolved). I continued to provide physical therapy services in the same location until 2014, at which time I moved to a new, larger location at 276 Eastland Drive North. I also welcomed a new associate, Dr. Mark Taylor, and I am pleased to be a part of a great team, each of us focused on helping people make consistent lifestyle changes that result in lasting wellness. On a personal note, I love spending time with my wife, Lisa, and our five children.




DSC_0592 NewMy name is Mark Taylor and I am a physical therapist at LifeStyles Therapy & Wellness Center. I graduated from Brigham Young University in 2005 with a degree in Exercise Science and then attended the College of St. Catherine in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where I graduated as a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2008.  I have worked in multiple areas in physical therapy including hospital inpatient, home health, outpatient orthopedics, and sports medicine.  I enjoy working specifically in the outpatient orthopedic setting. I became a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) in 2012 through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and I enjoy working with patients on achieving fitness and competition goals.  I also went through a certification training to provide Astym treatment, a specialized treatment approach for soft tissue injuries that is particularly effective for tendon injuries, and LifeStyles Therapy & Wellness Center is the only physical therapy practice providing Astym treatment in the Magic Valley.  I love spending time with my wife and 4 kids, especially doing anything outdoors like camping, hiking, and biking.




DSC_0613 NewMy name is Alicia Johnson. I am a Physical Therapist Assistant and joined LifeStyles Therapy and Wellness Center in 2016. I graduated from Idaho State University in 2013 with a degree in Physical Therapist Assisting (PTA). I continued my education to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences (BSHS) from Idaho State University. I have always had a love of caring for people, which began while working as a CNA in the assisted living home setting and now as a physical therapist assistant. I have worked in the hospital inpatient and outpatient orthopedics settings. My favorite past time is spending time with my husband and two little boys.

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