Our Providers:

Paul D. Erlebach, PT, DPT, CSCS

Paul D. Erlebach, PT, DPT, CSCS

Paul D. Erlebach, PT, DPT, CSCS

Paul is a native Oregonian, growing up in Ontario and receiving his  Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Oregon State University. Paul continued his education in North Carolina attending
High Point University, where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. As a lifelong sport enthusiast, he is a certified strength and conditioning coach, and grew up playing various sports.
This is where his passion for training and human performance began. Throughout his time at Oregon State and High Point University, Paul worked with high school, collegiate, and everyday
athletes. While working with the human body, Paul implements a holistic total body approach. This is based on patient specific goals, sport/work requirements, and general health to maximize his
patients time and effort spent attending physical therapy. Paul loves working with individuals from every walk of life, regardless of physical condition or pathology. He is interested in not only adding days to your life, but adding life to your days. 
Paul is married to his lifelong adventure partner, and has an Australian Shepherd puppy named Bear. Outside of work, Paul enjoys hiking, running, biking, snowboarding, weight lifting, cooking,
and traveling with his wife.


Our Staff:

Darin Tucker, CEO Peak Physical Therapy

Darin is one of Peak Physical Therapy’s founders.  He is a native Idahoan, born in Rupert and raised in Twin Falls.  Darin has an extensive background earning degrees in Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology as well as a physical therapist assistant while obtaining certifications in Strength and Conditioning as well as in Massage Therapy.  In addition to working with patients, he has worked with a wide variety of athletes ranging from recreation to professionals.

Darin is married with three children who all love the outdoors. As a founder of Peak Physical Therapy and as a practioner, Darin feels that physical therapy isn’t just about getting someone out of pain; it is about getting them back “into life and activity.”  It’s about developing a strong friendship with the patient so that a high level of personalized care can be provided.  It is very important to him that EVERY patient be treated with exceptional care and service. 

“Physical Therapy should be FUN!  It is about GETTING BACK the abilities or lifestyles that we lost due to pain…that is exciting!  I want my patients to have an excellent experience that they will miss when they are done.”

As the founder he wants to develop an organization that is centered around getting the best results for its patients and then help to protect that result. 

“If we do our job correctly, patients shouldn’t have to seek medical help more than once for their condition.   If we fully address the problem, the reason for the pain, patients shouldn’t have issues in the future. We can actually suppress future healthcare costs by preventing reoccurrence.”

Joy Sperry

Sperry joins the McCall physical therapy staff after coaching Division I volleyball at Weber State University for the last five years. She will also join the McCall high school volleyball program as the head volleyball coach.

She loves working with people and her players to help push them reach their potential, whether it is in the clinic or in the gym.
Sperry coached the past eight seasons at Layton Christian Academy in nearby Layton, Utah, where her team claimed the 2009 State 2-A volleyball championship with a 23-1 overall record. The Eagles won Region 14 titles in 2007 and 2009. She was named as the Coach of the Year for the state of Utah by the National Federation of High Schools.
Sperry has also coached club volleyball for the last 14 years, leading many of her teams to regional championships. The last two years of coaching she purchased the club and became the Director of the Northern Wildcat Volleyball club.

Sperry began her coaching career in 2000, joining the staff at Lewis-Clark State College (26-6), as an assistant coach. She then moved on to be an assistant at the University of Maine, where she coached for two seasons.
A native of Wallace, Idaho, Sperry starred at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho, leading the Golden Eagles to back-to-back NJCAA national championships and a 121-1 overall record.

Sperry finished her collegiate playing career at Washington State University, starting for the Cougars in 1998-99, and was the team captain and MVP her senior season before graduating with a B.A. in Social Sciences.