Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Boise State Street

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As musculoskeletal experts, PTs have the experience and knowledge to help you reach your movement goals. As a patient, you have the power to do what it takes to achieve the most optimal outcome.
Physical therapist Collin Reid shows that the sky is the limit when it comes to making physical therapy meaningful, enjoyable and effective. Your PT experience can be a personalized journey filled with camaraderie, creativity and fun.
As a physical therapist, Rob Barnes strives to keep patients smiling and motivated to reach their goals. Outside of the clinic, he finds adventure throughout the Boise area and beyond.
Hailing from eastern Montana, sister and brother duo Kala Whitworth and Collin Reed are self-professed royalty at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Boise State Street. When they’re not in the clinic, the royal Kala and Collin each pursue their passions with their whole hearts.
For more than 20 years, clinic director Rob Barnes and the team at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Boise State Street have provided the Treasure Valley communities with personalized care designed to keep people moving and enjoying all the adventures the Boise area offers throughout the year.
For the past two decades dedicated team members at our Boise State Street physical therapy clinic have worked to empower patients on their recovery, rehabilitation and health and wellness journeys.
As the heat of summer fades into memory, trails throughout the Pacific Northwest call out to runners of all ages and abilities. In addition to the positive mood-boosting effects of running on the trails, trading roads for trails can also boost your physical fitness and strength no matter what level...
Contrary to popular belief, running on its own is not enough to keep your legs strong. Whether you are hitting the trails for the first time or finally tackling that race you’ve been training for, try these exercises to tap into the strength of your glutes.
A comprehensive approach to exercise and training is the best way to avoid injuries as you increase the frequency, distance, and speed of your runs. A focus on flexibility, strength, core stability and running cadence can help ensure your body is tuned up and ready for the demands of training...
A comprehensive approach to running includes strength training. Incorporating strength training into your program will not only help you improve your power, speed, endurance and balance, but will also help you prevent injury during training and competition.
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...
The Race to Robie Creek is a Rite of Spring for runners in Boise, Idaho. The route climbs about 2000 feet in 8.5 miles and drops 1700 feet in 5 miles prompting the nickname, “the Northwest’s toughest half marathon.” The last time I ran it, about 24 hours after crossing...
A common complaint of runners is heel pain. Many medical diagnoses can be grouped under the symptom of heel pain. These diagnoses include Achilles tendonitis, Achilles tendonosis, plantar fasciitis, and flexor tendonitis. As a physical therapist that specializes in treating running injuries, a frequent question I ask my patients is,...
Welcome to the At-Home Athlete video library. As physical therapists, we know the importance of movement and exercise for our overall health and wellbeing. As athletes ourselves, we also know that consistency with training is important for performance. Most of you are no longer able to practice with your teams,...

All Therapeutic Associates Blog Posts

Athletic Performance
With proper awareness, coordination, warm-up, and training, you can keep your back pain-free while improving your golf game.
back pain, Golf, injury prevention
Fitness
An exercise program that incorporates strength training, stretching, balance activities and power work — rather than focusing on just one of these areas — is the ideal pathway to optimize your health and fitness.
Company Culture
For Rebecca Shenk, working at the front desk of Therapeutic Associates is more than just a job — it is a deeply fulfilling experience that allows her to make a meaningful impact every day.
careers, Company Culture
Athletic Performance
Got two minutes? That's all you need to get your muscles ready for action with dynamic stretching. Learn how a quick warm-up can prevent injuries and keep you limber for all your activities. Stretch your way to a more flexible, injury-free season!
Running, stretch
Company Culture
As Melody Bryden marks her one-year anniversary as a physical therapist, she reflects on why Therapeutic Associates PT has been the perfect place to launch her career.
careers, Company Culture, physical therapy
Fitness
While getting fit or returning to an active lifestyle may seem daunting or impossible as we get older, the journey is well worth it!
Exercise, physical therapy
Company Culture
Reflecting on my journey from a student to a director within this company, I am filled with gratitude and excitement for the future.
careers, Company Culture
Fitness
To help you get started with Pilates and understand its benefits, here are some common questions and answers that can guide you through the process and address any concerns you might have.
health and wellness, injury rehabilitation, physical therapy, Pilates
Fitness
Good balance can help you stay on your feet, reduce your risk of injury, and improve your coordination. Boost your balance by adding these 4 exercises into your workouts.
Balance, Exercise, injury prevention, physical therapy

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