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Pioneer Sports & Pain Center is a premiere an innovative rehabilitation and pain treatment facility. Using methods like the Graston Technique, we are able to treat every person with unique types of injuries and different physical demands.  Our treatments are individually tailored to meet your own physical needs and the nature of your injury.  We provide a very unique approach, combining the best of Chiropractic Sports Medicine, Physical Rehab / Physio Therapy, and Myofascial Soft Tissue Therapy to get you the pain relief you are looking for!

Dr. Burtenshaw & Dr. Elliott
Kuna Chiropractor | Pioneer Sports & Pain Center | 208-922-4908

757 East Wythe Creek Court Suite 102
Kuna, ID 83634

Meet the Team

  • Dr.
    Kyle Burtenshaw
    DC, CIDN

    Dr. Burtenshaw is the founder of Pioneer Sports & Pain Center.  He is from Southern Utah where he enjoyed an active lifestyle. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While there he had the opportunity to work under Dr. Dave Juehring, DC, DACRB, CSCS who was a member of the 1994 and 1998 US Olympic Bobsled teams and a coach and team leader for the U.S. Olympic Bobsled team in the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Dr. Juehring is also the resident director of the Palmer Clinics Chiropractic Rehabilitation and Sports Injury Department where Dr. Burtenshaw received further training in rehabilitation during a one year internship.  Read More...

  • Dr.
    Dustin Elliott
    DC

    Dr. Elliott grew up in Idaho Falls, Idaho enjoying good family, friends, sports and his community. Life experiences and opportunities led him to seek out a health care profession where he could be surrounded by those things mentioned above. He and his wife are excited to be in and raise their baby daughter in the treasure valley, an area they've been looking forward to live in for years. Read More...

  • Trish Tanner Savage
    LMT Muscular Therapist

    Trish grew up in Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada. While attending Ricks College she became interested in Anatomy and Biology, which led her to the American Institute of Massage and Therapy in 1990, located in Walnut Creek, California. Here she had the opportunity to be trained by Nancy Burr in Swedish Massage and continued training to receive certifications in Acupressure and Advanced Sports Deep Tissue Massage. She continues to build upon her education each year to offer new modalities to her clients. Read More...

  • Julie Lovelace
    LMT Muscular Therapist

    Julie Lovelace, LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist) Muscular Therapist Julie Lovelace was born and raised in Southeastern Washington where she attended Washington State University and graduated with a B.A. in Social Science; however, she always had a desire to become a massage therapist. After making a career change, she went on to pursue that passion, at the Nation Holistic Institute’s comprehensive massage core program in Sacramento, California. Julie graduated with a 4.0 GPA and excellent attendance. She is versed in various modalities including, but not limited to; Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, pre-natal massage, acupressure and sports massage. Read More...

Testimonial

  • "I have been under chiropractic care in three states now. My experience here is the BEST.

    I was pleased to see how closely the staff listened to me and what thorough notes they took. Dr. Elliott asked more specific questions based on my history and took his time "hearing" what I said. He was especially concerned about the level of pain I was experiencing.

    He not only asked questions, but he carefully explained what he was going to do and why. He even demonstrated the equipment for me."
    Lucinda D.

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Pioneer Sports & Pain Center

Monday:

7:00 am-2:00 pm

Tuesday:

2:00 pm-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-2:00 pm

Thursday:

2:00 pm-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-2:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

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