About Sean Anderson
Dr. Sean Anderson is board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). He has been treating patients at the EIRMC Rehabilitation Center for four years and is also the medical director of the rehab unit. Dr. Anderson graduated medical school from Des Moines University and completed a one-year internship in Internal Medicine at the University of Nevada-Reno. He then trained at the prestigious University of Texas Southwestern for three years in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency program.
He was born and raised in Layton, Utah and earned a Bachelor degree in Exercise Science with minors in Biology and Chemistry from Utah State University.
Dr. Anderson's desire to dedicate his life to healthcare started at a young age when he suddenly lost his hearing. He visited multiple specialists and underwent every test available to find a cause. Thankfully, his hearing was restored and the seed was planted to become a physician armed with empathy from his experience.
Choosing to specialize in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation seemed a perfect match for his personality and skill set. His love for people, sports, physical activity and experience with impairment all seemed to intersect with PM&R. It has not disappointed! In a field of medicine where patients sometimes feel there is no hope, Dr. Anderson finds it thrilling to explore _with_ them a way to help.
Outside of healthcare most of Dr. Anderson's time is spent with his wife and three daughters. In order to maintain his "man card" he can be found on the hardwood 2-3 times a week playing pick-up basketball for exercise. He also enjoys reading, any outdoor activities, cheering on his favorite sports teams and finding new "authentic" restaurants.
Des Moines University
University of Nevada School of Medicine
Southwestern Medical Center Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Procedures & Conditions
Procedures Performed at Location: Radiculopathy, Neuropathy, Spasticity Management, Concussion Management, EMG/NCV, Ultrasound Procedures, Chronic Headaches, Carpel Tunnel Releases
Conditions Treated at Location: Back/Neck Pain, Joint Pain, Sports Injuries, Concussions
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
East Falls Sport and Spine
3200 Channing Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
Phone: (208) 535-4400
8:00am - 5:00pm