Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - SE Boise

Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - SE Boise

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If you have had a break from running due to the cold winter or injury there are essential steps to prepare your body to minimize injury risk and enjoy a pain-free running season.
Shelby Hyde is passionate about patient care and getting people back to the things they love. As a runner and a busy dad, he not only recognizes the importance of pain-free movement, but he also considers it non-negotiable.
Katrina Tooman loves solving mysteries of the human musculoskeletal system. When she’s not working with patients, she submerges herself in family, food and fun.
The active Boise population can depend on the experts at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - SE Boise to keep them out doing what they love throughout the Treasure Valley. We are your PT, here to help you pursue an active, healthy and pain-free life.
Long road trips and airplane flights mean a lot of sitting, which can lead to a lot of pain and discomfort. But travel doesn’t have to mean sore muscles and joints, just incorporate these top 5 five traveling tips and arrive refreshed and pain-free.
Rehabilitation, Performance and Recovery Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) is a new and popular treatment intervention that can help you return to the activities that you love. BFRT uses blood flow pressures that are individualized to your body and overall goals to train muscles more efficiently as well as improve...

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Company Culture
The physical therapy team at Therapeutic Associates South Hillsboro Physical Therapy takes pride in being a resource for the expansive Hillsboro community. The clinic boasts an upbeat, fun atmosphere where patients of all ages - from infants to great grandparents and everyone in between - are supported and inspired to work hard to reach their goals.
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As someone who enjoys the outdoors and being active, Jocelyn Davis understands the importance of pain-free movement and values the opportunity to help people achieve it, both in her role as administrative coordinator and as a massage therapist.
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Conditions
If you are among the majority of the population that experiences low back pain, remember that physical therapy should be your first line of defense to recovery so you can get back to doing what you enjoy!
back pain, Exercise, low back pain, physical therapy
Fitness
Bending, lifting, pushing, and pulling can wake up those aches and pains that tend to lay low during the slower activity levels of the winter months, and put us in positions susceptible to injury. But gardening does not have to be harmful to the body.
dynamic warm up, ergonomics, hydration, Stretching
Clinic News
Physical therapist Bailey Ouellette is committed to providing personalized care designed to help people reach their individual goals. With two little kids of her own, she enjoys family outings and adventures whether at the local parks or during trips to the beach.
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PT Irene Morrow enjoys getting to know and working with patients of all ages and abilities. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys balancing relaxation and adventure.
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For physical therapist Emily Quinn, specializing in developmental pediatric PT was a natural career progression. Play for Emily is not only part of her professional life, but it’s what keeps her enjoying life outside of work, too.
careers, Company Culture
Health & Wellness
Here are 5 stretches/ exercises that you can do the next time you go camping to get a better night's sleep and truly immerse yourself in all the outdoors have to offer.
Exercise, Stretching
Conditions
Whether it's preventing surgery or optimizing post-surgery outcomes, physical therapy offers hope for those grappling with hip pain, offering a path toward a more active, pain-free life.
hip pain, injury prevention, Post-surgical

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