Originally from the East coast, Joe made his way West to Las Vegas via Chicago where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from DePaul University in 1994. While at Depaul Joe lettered in varsity track and competed in the hurdles, triple jump and javelin events. He successfully completed his Master’s degree in Kinesiology in 1999 and in Physical Therapy in 2003, both at The University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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Danielle Wiles was born and raised in Northern Michigan. She is a diehard Michigan State fan.  She has a 12 year old son that keeps her very active. She developed the love for the knowledge of the human body and its capabilities at a young age and this interest grew with the inspiration of a very active and educated family. She comes from a line of gymnasts and participated in gymnastics herself for many years. She taught gymnastics in Las Vegas for a time. Danielle attended Kirtland community college in Roscommon, MI, where she received an AA with a focus on Public Relations.  She relocated to Las Vegas in 2003, became a Certified Personal Trainer through ISSA, and started training at 24 hour fitness. Her passion for helping others led her to a more medical based job as a technician in an outpatient physical therapy office were she focused on orthopedics, strength, and conditioning training. In her desire to continue her education and advance her skills to work with people, Danielle enrolled in a Physical Therapy Assistant program and graduated with her APT in 2014 here in Las Vegas.  She is excited to have the ability to help others even more in her new capacity as a PTA.

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Raised in Las Vegas Steven considers himself a true local.   After graduating from Cimarron Memorial High School, Steven went to work in southern Utah as a wild land firefighter. Three years later, hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf of Mexico, severely damaging oil platforms. Searching for a new adventure, Steven moved to Houston TX, attended The Ocean Corporation, and graduated as an entry level commercial diver so that he could assist in the rehab and recovery of the damage caused by terrible incident.


 After working in the diving industry for two years Steven became a father.  Soon after his son was born he found he had the urge to find more stable work in the medical field. Having seen many on the job aches and injuries in his lines of work, physical therapy seemed like an appropriate interest, and exciting career for the future.  He pursued this interest and graduated as a PTA in 2013 from Carrington College in Las Vegas.  After graduation, Steven worked in a balance clinic in Las Vegas. He found his new passion in helping patients understand and improve their lives through education and exercise. After seeing positive effects in balance patients using therapeutic strengthening and stretching exercises, Steven’s interest in these techniques grew. This interest, eventually led him to join the family at Dynamic Spine and Sport.


He loves spending time with his extensive family and taking weekend getaways to new places. His hobbies include; cooking, playing poker, snowboarding and gardening.

Jesus Solis, PTA

​​Danielle Wiles, PTA

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​​Samantha Gentry, PTA

​​Steven Bolick, PTA

Born and raised in Las Vegas, Samantha is the younger of identical twins by 3 minutes to her sister Taylor.  Samantha has worked in the field of physical therapy for 7 years, 5 of which have been as a PTA.  Although her career began in the acute and sub acute settings, she is very enthusiastic about her transition to outpatient orthopedics and she is "beyond excited to finally find a home at Dynamic".  Samantha is very active and always loved sports and exercise.  She can usually be found outside enjoying some form of activity if she is not at work and enjoys biking, hiking, and running.  She has a puppy, Willa, who she enjoys, although no kids or marriage just yet.

Philip Friesen, DPT

Joseph E Indrieri, MSPT, DPT

After five years as a licensed physical therapist he returned to academia and completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009, also at UNLV. Joe has worked in all arenas of his profession to include the acute care setting, sub-acute rehabilitation, home health, and outpatient services. He is proficient in all aspects of physical therapy although enjoys Neurological rehabilitation, Orthopedics, and Pediatrics and especially disorders of the spine specializing in S-I dysfunction and Sciatic pain. Joe has had the opportunity to work with members of the Wand Fight Team, the Fabulous Sin City Roller Girls, the former US Rugby Division 1 Champion Las Vegas Blackjacks Rugby Team, as well as serve as medical director of the Las Vegas 7's Rugby tournament. Joe is passionate about helping others and strives to provide the best and most personalized care to all of his patients. Joe believes in a holistic approach to treatment of the complete individual and implements manual techniques combined with therapeutic activity and modalities to provide a complete approach to improving functional mobility. He is an evidence based practitioner who is versed in osteopathic manipulation of the spine and other unique modalities to include myofascial cupping. He is certified in dry needling techniques for treatment of muscular pain and sport injuries. Joe enjoys utilizing alternative methods during treatment to include Pilates based interventions as an adjunct to traditional exercise for a more complete approach to patient progression. In his spare time, Joe enjoys world travel. He played rugby for 22 years  to include bouts with his local and area union and sub-union select sides, the Chicago Lions, the North Sydney Pirates (Australia), and the US Division I champion Las Vegas Blackjacks.  He competed in full contact mixed martial arts for 8 years. He has achieved his second degree Black Belt in Shidokan karate and Tang Soo Do. He now enjoys SCUBA diving and sport fishing. 

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