Staff

Cody Young, PT, RPT, Owner

  • Physical Therapist at High Plains Physical Therapy
  • Attended Physical Therapy school at the Medical College of Ohio after attending undergrad at Bowling Green State University.
Cody has been in Rapid City, self-employed for 19 years and have had part ownership in a clinic in Belle Fourche, SD and recently became majority owner of another clinic in Black Hawk SD. Cody has been blessed to be in the position that He is in and could never have been as successful without the help of his wonderful wife and the numerous employees who have contributed to the success of High Plains Physical Therapy Cody has a passion for meeting new people and enjoys helping them with their health concerns but also learning from them and about their families and lives. Cody truly believes that it is more about “how” we interact and treat the individual than about “what we do to them.” He strives to give his patients his full attention go the extra mile. He has 4 children from ages 13 – 20 and has enjoyed coaching them and cheering them on in their athletic endeavors. He and his wife Kat also enjoy sharing time traveling and camping.

Jason Beilstein, PT, DPT

  • Physical Therapist at High Plains Physical Therapy
  • Originally from Lodi, California and first moved to Rapid City in 2006 to attend the School of Mines.
After graduation, Jason moved to Newberg, Oregon and attended George Fox University where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Jason enjoys working with athletes and recently received certification to be a Sportsmetrics instructor from the Cincinnati Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center. (Sportsmetrics is a specialized jump training program that helps prevent ACL injuries in young athletes.) When not in the clinic, Jason enjoys spending time with his wife Becky, daughter Aria, and German Shepherd Rae.

Beth Heier, PT, DPT

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Seth Meide, PT, DPT, CSCS

  • Physical Therapist at High Plains Physical Therapy
  • Graduated from Unviversity Mary with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, May 2020.
I Graduated from University Mary Doctor of Physical Therapy in May of 2020 following receiving my Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification during my undergraduate degree. Originally from Wahpeton, ND, I have moved to the Black Hills for my profound passion for all recreational outdoor sports. My experience playing and coaching baseball at the DII level has strengthened my desire to help people perfect movements and skill required for their individualized goals. I strive to provide the highest quality of care to treat the whole body, mind, and person using clinical experience, research, and evidence-based practice. I believe in promoting healthy lifestyle changes, developing good habits, and teaching tools and exercises needed to be proactive in preventative healthcare.

Paige Brink, PT, DPT

  • Physical Therapist at High Plains Physical Therapy
  • Bachelors in Exercise Science at Black Hills State University in 2017
Hi! I'm Paige and I am a Physical Therapist at High Plains Physical Therapy. I originally grew up on a ranch near Union Center, SD. Being a rancher's daughter I have seen first hand how this lifestyle takes a toll on a rancher's body, which is what ignited my passion to become a physical therapist from the start. I am the first in my family to attend college where I received a Bachelors in Exercise Science at Black Hills State University in 2017. I then continued on to earn my Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Jamestown DPT Program in 2020. I enjoy working with all ages while being able to incorporate physical therapy in a creative, fun, and effective way that meets each patient's individual needs. I'm very excited to be back in the Black Hills area as a part of the High Plains Physical Therapy team! When I'm not in the clinic you'll likely find me with my dog, Remi! My fiancé, Nick, and I love to take our boat out on the lake any chance we get. Some of my favorite things to do include fishing, riding horses, roping, and snowboarding!

Danye Carter, PTA

  • Physical Therapy Assistant at High Plains Physical Therapy, 2020
  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society member of Laramie County Community College
Danye Carter began working at High Plains Physical Therapy in 2020 and is delighted to be back home in the Black Hills. Danye is Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society member of Laramie County Community College and a 2020 graduate of their PTA program, licensed in South Dakota and Wyoming. She is currently a dance convention assistant for Manhattan Dance Project and has worked for them across the United States as well as in Napoli, Italy. Growing up in South Dakota, Danye concentrated on dance and attended Kaatsbaan Extreme Ballet in Tivoli NY for four summers, Ballet Arizona on a full merit scholarship and Kirov Academy of Dance in Washington DC. She holds 19 dance titles in the Mountain West as well as the 2017 Spotlight National Triple Crown. She is the coach and main choreographer for Independent Dancers Anonymous and has choreographed for the dance teams of Lead-Deadwood, Belle Fourche and Sturgis as well as productions through the Homestake Opera House. She organized and taught year-long dance classes for underserved youth in the Black Hills area through the Lead SD branch of the Boys and Girls Club. Danye is excited to bring her love of physics and kinesiology, coupled with years of ballet training and dance experience to High Plains Physical Therapy

Mike Gorko, PTA

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Donna Delaney, RPT

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Kat Young, Office Administrator

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Nicky Birgen

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