Boise Physical Therapy Parkcenter

Boise Physical Therapy Parkcenter

Boise Physical Therapy Parkcenter


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Open House – New Location!

New Clinic

Therapeutic Associates Parkcenter has moved! Please join us for our open house! Tuesday, September 14th:  5:30 pm-7:30 pm 390 E. Parkcenter Blvd., Ste # 130, Boise, ID 83706 In the same great neighborhood in Parkcenter, our new suite is located across from our previous location and offers a bright, spacious gym area, additional private treatment rooms, and the same caring staff to better serve your needs. Come check it out!  


“Ride the River” for the Fight Against Prostate Cancer!

Ride the River

Come watch our team from Therapeutic Associates float the Boise River this Saturday, August 7th at 10:00 a.m., starting at Barber Park! The Ride the River contest is for the fight against Prostate Cancer through Us TOO Treasure Valley. Us TOO provides support groups and education for local families that have been affected by prostate cancer. There are teams of 5 people and the winning team must have all 5 people out of the water and clocked out at Ann Morrison Park. If you want to volunteer or help out with a donation, contact Jean Jeffries at


Team Therapeutic Associates – Dobbiaco Cycling & Multisport

Team Therapeutic Associates- Dobbiaco Summer Potluck

It's time to celebrate the end of the season with a summer potluck! Host: Team Dobbiaco Board of Directors (208) 571-1730 Who: Everyone is welcome! When: Saturday, August 21st at 5:00 pm Where: Quarry View Park, 1250 East Old Penitenitary Rd., Boise, ID 83712  


Matt Booth PT, DPT’s Ultimate Bucket List

As an endurance sport athlete currently training for Ironman Arizona, if I created my "ultimate bucket list" it would include the following: Ironman Hawaii (the granddaddy of them all) Ironman Lanzarote (considered the toughest on the Ironman circuit) Boston Marathon (you to do Boston) The original marathon in Greece (remember Phidippides?) Western States 100 (California ultramarathon with 18,000 feet of climbing) Leadville 100 (mountain biking in the high altitude of Colorado) Race Across America (3,000-mile bike race) Swim the English Channel (Hey, less mileage than a marathon) Texas Water Safari (260 miles of kayaking) The RAID adventure races (multi-day, multi-sport, must-do) The list of events on my bucket list obviously shows ... read more »


Preparing for Your Own Ultimate Bucket List

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As an endurance sport athlete currently training for the Arizona Ironman, if I created my “ultimate bucket list” it would show my bias towards triathlon, biking, and running. With enough grit, determination, training, and money you can check off your own ultimate bucket list. What else does it take? Definitely first on my list is a good certified coach. Many people undertake big-time endurance events with a book and some advice from friends. However, nothing beats a good coach who can guide you through all the little stuff that can make the difference between finishing well and ending up in the ... read more »