Dr. Ben Leishman grew up Morgan, Utah, a small farming community in northern Utah. He has roots in Idaho, and enjoyed visiting his family during the summers. He served a mission for his church in South Texas, where he learned Spanish. After his mission he studied Exercise Kinesiology at the University of Utah where he met his beautiful wife. He transferred to Weber State University to study Athletic Training, earning his Bachelor’s and becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer. He worked as an Athletic Trainer and maintenance man for a year before heading to Missouri for Medical School. He received his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from A.T. Still University in Kirksville. Ben completed a residency in Family Medicine in Cheyenne, WY, then moved to College Station, Texas for a one year Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at Texas A&M. Ben is a family man, he loves his wife and five children. He enjoys playing with his kids during his spare time, and when he can find more time, bow hunting, fishing, snowboarding, and hiking. He is happy to be back in the mountains, close to family, and part of the Idaho community.