Dr. Monte Moore joined Idaho Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1993. He graduated from University of Utah School of Medicine in 1986, and completed an internship in 1987. He then served in the U.S. Air Force as a primary care doctor before returning to the University of Utah to complete a residency in 1993. Board certifications include the National Board of Medical Examiners, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, American Board of Pain Medicine, and the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Moore choose to specialize in PMR because he hoped to find ways to help people who live with chronic disability. His passions within PMR are seeing his patients find a meaningful life while live with pain. There are many options including various minimally-invasive procedures, medications, education, and exercise. He is specifically interested in Fluoroscopically-guided spinal interventions, including epidural injections, facet joint radiofrequency denervation, spinal cord stimulation, prolotherapy, Electrodiagnosis (electromyography, nerve conduction studies), acupuncture, chronic pain management, including intrathecal pump management, Industrial injury rehabilitation. His hobbies include nurturing a beautiful of his yard and garden, working in his woodshop, spending time with his grandchildren, and riding his bicycle to work. He also sings in a community choir.