Mr. Stevens graduated from Utah State University in 1993, with his Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders, where he served as the president of the National Speech-Language and Hearing Association, and the Idaho Speech-Language and Hearing Association.
He started his private practice in 1995, and served as the Director of Speech-Language Pathology services at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center from that year, until 2004. He also served as Director of Outpatient Therapy Services at Madison Memorial Hospital, including speech, occupational, and physical therapy from 1995-2009. He is presently the owner of Premier Therapy Associates and director of outpatient therapy services including speech, occupational, and physical therapy with offices in Blackfoot, Idaho Falls, Rigby, and Rexburg, Idaho.
Mr. Stevens has also served as an affiliated faculty member at Idaho State University from 1998 to present through his role as a student externship supervisor. He has particular area of interest in neurological rehabilitation working with individuals who have suffered strokes and traumatic brain injuries. Mr. Stevens and his wife are originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. They have 5 children and he moved up here to Southeast Idaho, specifically for the fly fishing.