Therapists and Staff

Dan Streubel MPT

Dan, Melisa and Nate Streubel

Dan graduated with high honors from Idaho State University in 1995 with a master’s degree in physical therapy. Upon graduating he practiced in Sandpoint, Idaho for 5 years. During this time he worked primarily with post-surgical patients and geriatric rehab. Wanting to pursue his love of orthopedics he came to Driggs in 2000 and worked at High Peaks PT providing outpatient physical therapy. In 2009 he opened Streubel Physical Therapy where he continues his passion for outpatient orthopedic physical therapy.

Dan’s physical therapy specialties are sports rehabilitation and treating problems associated with the spine. Patients seek Dan out for his diagnostic work and developing a comprehensive treatment plan particularly in the area of overuse injuries and injuries associated with the endurance athlete. He loves the profession of physical therapy and is continuously staying up to date with the latest research by attending continuing education courses and reading journals.

Dan enjoys spending time with his wife Melisa and son Nate. He is also quite passionate about endurance sports. In the winter Dan can be found on the nordic trails and in the summer on his road or mountain bike enjoying Teton Valley.

Andrew Mayer DPT

Andrew Mayer DPT

Andrew joined Streubel Physical Therapy in 2017 following his graduation from the University of Montana with a doctorate in physical therapy. His rehabilitation interests include all aspects of orthopedics including post-surgical care, overuse injuries, functional strength training, and hands-on manual therapy techniques. He has advanced training in the evaluation and treatment of running-induced injuries and running gait analysis.

Outside of the clinic, Andrew’s passions include trail running, biking and skiing. He enjoys all of the outdoor recreational opportunities that Teton Valley has to offer, and he is passionate about helping his patients get back to their pain-free pursuit of their own recreational interests.

Ryan Marquart DPT

Ryan Marquart DPT

Ryan joined Streubel Physical Therapy in 2019 after working for 5 years in Asheville, North Carolina. Ryan received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Western Carolina University graduating in 2014. During his time in Asheville, Ryan gained broad experience working in many practice areas including inpatient neurologic, post-surgical orthopedics, and outpatient spine related conditions.

Ryan and his wife, Heidi were drawn to Teton Valley for its abundance of outdoor activities and friendly people. They enjoy all things outdoors and are exceptionally passionate about snowboarding, skiing, mountain biking, and kayaking. Ryan is eager to help his patients overcome injury and get back to an active lifestyle!

Morgan Moore DPT

Ryan Marquart DPT

Dr. Morgan Moore is a 2020 graduate of Pacific University in Portland, Oregon where she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy. She joined Streubel Physical Therapy in 2021 to pursue treatment of musculoskeletal orthopedic conditions as well as pelvic health. Currently, she is pursuing a board certification in specialty practice in the realm of Orthopedic Physical Therapy.

In her free time, Morgan enjoys being outdoors with her dog, Yuki. Together, they love to go running, biking, fishing, and paddle boarding in the summer. In the winter, they enjoy Nordic skiing, downhill skiing, and ski touring in the mountains. Morgan is also an active community member who enjoys giving back. You can find her teaching Yoga on the weekends as well as helping coach for the local non-profit ski education foundation as a Nordic ski coach for youth.

Morgan is an integral part of the Streubel Physical Therapy team as she is inspired to help people reduce pain in order to engage more fully in an active and healthy lifestyle and to return to their passions. Her ability to help get patients back on track and better their lives is her number one goal.

Michael Barton DPT


Michael joined Streubel Physical Therapy in June 2022 following his graduation from The University of Utah with a doctorate in physical therapy, where he served as Student Liaison for the Orthopedic and Neurologic Pro Bono Clinics in the greater Salt Lake area, earning him The Service Scholar Award for Excellence. He also served as the Associated Students Representative for the School of Physical Therapy, where he helped allocate funding for student travel for Combined Section Meeting (CSM) as well as funding for other department organizations and fundraisers. He is interested in general orthopedics, sports performance, and neurologic rehabilitation. He has a passion for manual therapy and functional strength and balance training.

When he isn’t in the clinic, Michael loves to be out floating the rivers and lakes in search of hungry fish with his fly rod. He loves to play golf and backpack when the weather is nice, and downhill ski when the snow comes. He enjoys cooking during his downtime, especially good barbecue. He is passionate about working with patients of all ages and backgrounds and enjoys helping them return to work, play and everything in-between!