In recognition of Lupus Awareness Month, we support the nationwide effort to raise awareness of the impact this disease can have on individuals and spotlight some of the ways PT can help those living with lupus.
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...
Traditionally, ice and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) have played an integral role in the treatment of acute injuries. They were combined with rest, elevation, and compression to decrease swelling, reduce inflammation, and control pain. This method was believed to facilitate a quicker recovery time and faster return to activity. Recently, the...
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.
As a varied and high-intensity sport, CrossFit can lead to injuries even for the most seasoned athlete. Working with a physical therapist can be the key to unlocking your highest level of injury-free performance yet!
Tech neck, often called text neck, is a modern woe we've all encountered but perhaps not fully grasped. In this blog, we'll delve into the world of tech neck, exploring its impact, unraveling its mysteries, and discovering how you can shield yourself from its subtle yet significant effects.
More than a million people across the U.S. lace up their running shoes and kick off the Thanksgiving Day festivities with a Turkey Trot! If you're one of them, consider these tips to make sure you're ready!
Pilates is a well-established and effective approach to rehabilitation. Its incorporation into traditional physical therapy offers long-lasting musculoskeletal benefits, injury prevention, and a holistic approach to healing.
With the new year comes new goals and resolutions. As you work toward the things you want to achieve, consider the many ways physical therapy can help. Physical therapists can do a lot more than many people realize.