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Specializing in a variety of physical therapies, we will help you reach your recovery goals
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Your success is the reason we exist, your treatment will be personalized to fulfill your needs
Idaho Spine and Sports Physical Therapy specializes in orthopedic, sports, and manual therapy. It is our goal to provide services that satisfy and improve the lives of our patients. At Idaho Spine and Sports Physical Therapy you will find therapists and staff that have a passion for what they do and compassion for those they meet.
Idaho Spine and Sports Physical Therapy believes physical therapists should always incorporate a “hands-on” manual therapy approach to treating patients. We believe that our role is to diagnose and treat our patients through a combination of manual therapy and exercise. Our physical therapists have completed extensive manual therapy training and can identify dysfunctional joints that are not moving optimally, and soft tissue changes in the muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and neural system. Our therapists are committed to maintaining and updating our education through attendance and participation in continuing education conferences.
Our Meridian clinic sees all Spine, Orthopedics, & Vestibular Specialties
Our Boise McMillan clinic sees all Back, Hip, Knee, Ankle, Balance and Vestibular Specialists. Dry Needling Certified.
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