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The Mountain Land Physical Therapy Eagle clinic provides comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation services to Eagle, Idaho and the surrounding communities. Located near the newest business hub of Treasure Valley, the Eagle Clinic features a state of the art gym and a pool for aquatic therapy.

In the Eagle, Idaho clinic we have experienced and skilled physical therapists who are committed to helping patients pursue their goals and return to activities that are most important to them. Each therapist spends one-on-one treatment time with all of their patients. We are passionate about educating patients and helping them understand their pain and how to manage it. This is achieved through a variety of hands-on and manual therapy techniques, as well as exercise and gym-based programs. Located in a large fitness center with gym, pool and weightlifting access, a wide variety of conditions can be well served. The Eagle, Idaho clinic is best suited for patients who are looking to return to an active lifestyle, reduce acute or chronic pain or return to sport or fitness goals. The Eagle location is also serving, workman’s comp, motor vehicle accident (MVA) and all major health care plans. With two passionate and well-educated Physical Therapists who are committed to evidence-based practice and patient centered care, you will be well taken care of on your road to recovery.

Monday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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Clinic Physical Therapists

Bill Walters, Physical Therapist
Bill Walters, PT, DPT

Clinic Director, Physical Therapist


Bill Walters received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from George Fox University in 2019. Bill has extensive experience working with chronic pain, low back pain, and all types of orthopedic injuries. He also obtains experience working within a primary care program, collaborating with physicians and other providers to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions in a family medicine setting.

Bill’s therapy philosophy is, “I believe the human body has an amazing capacity for adaptation and change under the right conditions. Discovering what conditions are necessary is very complex, because pain is a unique experience for each person, and I believe therapy should account for this and match each person individually.” Bill was inspired to enter the field of physical therapy due to his fascination of the human body and how we move. Bill discovered physical therapy and found that he can apply his knowledge and passion for understanding how we move, to help people adapt, recover, train, and learn about their body, in order to live more enriched and fulfilling lives.

Bill is interested in all forms of endurance and physical capabilities; he enjoys working with other runners and endurance athletes within his practice. Bill is an ultra-marathon runner and loves to run, hike, hunt, and fish. Bill has a young bird-dog puppy that is teaching him more about running and endurance daily. Additionally, Bill enjoys playing guitar, listening to music, and art.

Taylor Williams, PT, DPT
Taylor Williams, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist


Taylor completed his undergraduate at Boise State University in May 2016. He later went on to complete his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy at Idaho State University in May 2020. Taylor specializes in manual techniques, blending tissue mobilization with guided exercise and functional training.

Taylor’s additional training includes certifications in Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Mobilization, Manual Treatment of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine, and Comprehensive Treatment of the Ankle and Foot. His therapy philosophy centers on patient education and empowerment, providing short-term relief through hands-on treatment while focusing on long-term benefits through patient education and physical training.

Taylor enjoys water sports in the summer and snowboarding in the winter. He also treasures family moments, spending weekends at their cabin in McCall or Pine, ID, and indulging in card games and movie nights with his two lovely children.

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