Rhythms of the Game: How To Perform At Your Best: is an innovative multimedia lecture/presentation given by Dave Gluck based on his best-selling /award winning book, Rhythms of the Game: The Link Between Musical and Athletic Performance that he coauthored with former New York Yankee Great, guitarist, Bernie Williams and Grammy-nominated producer, Bob Thompson. The book’s foreword is written by Paul Simon and is published by the Hal Leonard Corporation. WHEN: Wednesday, February 19 : 6:30 – 8:00pm WHERE: Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy 390 E. Parkcenter Blvd., #130 Boise, ID 83706 (208) 433-9211 SUGGESTED DONATION: $10 BOOKS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR $20
Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Parkcenter
About the Clinic
Our Parkcenter clinic sees a wide variety of patients with conditions that include work-related aches and pains, low back and neck pain, overuse injuries in recreational activities, post-operative rehab, chronic pain, TMJ dysfunction, pelvic pain and incontinence, and tendonitis issues. We sponsor many athletic groups and help with injury prevention and technique clinics, with a focus on groups that cater to entry-level athletes and newcomers. Our clinic strives to stay ahead with the latest techniques and technology to get you better faster.We work hard to use the best methods to reduce pain and improve function. We educate our patients on their condition and self-help methods so that they are less likely to have recurrences of their condition. We use techniques, such as Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (ASTYM), Myofascial Release, and joint mobilization and manipulation as appropriate. All of our therapists take advanced manual therapy training through the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). Our director has advanced training in palpation skills through ultrasound imaging to better teach patients detailed, deep muscle activation re-education.
How the The Fascial Distortion Model Can Help You
The Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) is a model of diagnosis and treatment for common musculoskeletal conditions. FDM practitioners can diagnose and treat virtually every musculoskeletal injury. Using six specific problems or “distortions” in the body’s connective tissue we can improve conditions such as pulled muscles, strains, sprains and frozen shoulders. So why use FDM? Patients can benefit from a quicker reduction of pain, and often immediate improvements in movement restrictions.
Click here to watch clinic director, Matt Booth, DPT talk about FDM with Carolyn Holly
BrainyEX – How can this program help YOU?
Join the Brain Fitness Revolution!
Learn more about it by watching Clinic Director, Matt Booth talk about it on KTVB:
Are you ready to take part in one of the most important opportunities in health and wellness prevention facing our society?
BrainyEX provides baseline testing, prescribed exercise and education, and resources that build on the latest evidence for brain health, including emerging research in the areas of:
BrainyEX provides education and strategies to help individuals feel empowered to optimize their body and brain health.
BrainyEX is an evidence-based program where science, medicine, nutrition, wellness and fitness intersect to help people proactively manage their brain health, an essential component in achieving and maintaining a high quality of life.
The BrainyEX program is an 8-session commitment with your health team.
Let us help you Build a Better Brain and Better Body.
FDM Module 3 Seminar Registration
Friday February 6 from 5:30 – 9:30 pm – Introduction to the FDM
Click here to Register
Watch clinic director, Matt Booth, DPT talk about what it takes to maintain a strong core.
Learn about the importance of core strength and how it affects our everyday lives. What are you doing to improve your core strength?
Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Parkcenter
Specialty Programs & Services
- Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
- Sports Medicine
- Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMJ/TMD)
- Video Gait Analysis
News & Events
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Currently, 1 in 4 Americans experience Low Back Pain (LBP) at any given time. Don’t let this debilitating condition take the joy out of your life! In order to actively manage LBP when it strikes, it’s important for you to know what treatment options are available and how you can access them. Join Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy for one of our many LBP seminars, as we cover how evidence-based physical therapy can help you: Resolve an episode of LBP quickly and effectively Help you prevent recurrent episodes of LBP Prevent invasive medical procedures and reduce overall medical costs Cost: FREE - No RSVP Required! Time: Each seminar will ... read more »
This 4-hour workshop will cover fascia anatomy, introduce new video of detailed microscopic views of fascia in the living body, and present new research on fascia and how it applies to movement practice. Core muscle activation will be reviewed, and participants will be introduced to a groundbreaking movement analysis with Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging. Each participant will have opportunity to view muscle contraction of their own core muscles with our Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging machines. When: Saturday, May 4th, 2013 @ 10 AM - 2 PM Where: Boise Physical Therapy @ Parkcenter Cost: $75 Appropriate For: Physicians Nurse Practitioners Physician Assistants Physical Therapists Massage Therapists Yoga instructors Pilates ... read more »
Matt Booth PT, DPT, OCS of Therapeutic Associates Boise Physical Therapy - Parkcenter speaks with Good Morning Idaho on the importance of injury prevention when starting a weight loss plan, and how physical therapy can assist in reducing the risk of injury.