One Patient - One Therapist. We emphasize a hands-on approach to your care in a compassionate, private setting. This includes a thorough evaluation of your posture, body mechanics, and movement deficits to determine how your body moves and functions, followed by education regarding your condition and how physical therapy can help.
If you've never visited an outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinic before, you may not be sure what to expect. We will:
- Set up an initial evaluation appointment
- Create a personalized care plan
- Frequently re-evaluate your progress and condition to update your treatment as needed
From post-surgery physical therapy to physical therapy for neurological conditions, we do it all. Call today to discuss your needs with a board-certified medical professional.
Not sure if physical therapy is right for your condition? Call us today to schedule a free 20-minute consultation to discuss your symptoms with a licensed physical therapist who can help you determine if physical therapy can help.
South Boise Physical Therapy is the premier clinic for outpatient orthopedic physical therapy in the Boise area. If you've recently suffered an injury or developed a new medical condition, or are dealing with a long-term injury or illness, we can help you restore functionality so that you can comfortably enjoy your daily activities.
Whether you were referred by a physician or you contact us directly, we'll do everything we can to help you achieve your recovery goals. Call today to schedule an appointment.
Dry Needling - the use of fine needles inserted directly into the soft tissue for the purpose of releasing trigger points and myofascial restrictions that are causing pain and limiting mobility.
Blood Flow Restriction - a method of strengthening that involves restriction of blood flow to the muscle using cuffs inflated to a specific parameter to restrict oxygen to the muscle being worked, which results in improvements in strength gains.
Aquatic Therapy - the performance of exercise in a pool setting that allows for reduced stress and weight bearing to the body due to the buoyancy of water, which can be beneficial for high pain levels and patients at risk for falling.
Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (ASTYM) - the use of tools to stimulate the cells for soft tissue remodeling and myofascial release.