Brian Weiderman

Brian Weiderman


Clinic Director | Physical Therapist


Brian received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Idaho State University, where he graduated with honors. He received his Bachelor’s degrees in Music and Chemistry from the University of Puget Sound, where he competed in intercollegiate rowing. His advanced certifications include: Orthopedic Residency graduate (2013), Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT), a specialty in Pain Neuroscience (TPS), certified in Functional Dry Needling, and certified in Augmented Soft Tissue Manipulation (The ASTYM™ System.

Brian’s treatment approach is customized for every patient, using a mixture of manual therapy, strength and conditioning exercises, and pain neuroscience education to improve overall function. His areas of specialty include pelvic pain and incontinence, orthopedic injuries, cervical and lumbar musculoskeletal injuries, and post-surgical rehabilitation. He has a particular interest in treating chronic pain, severe pain, and Men’s Health disorders.

Brian can offer unique views on rehabilitation and patient education by drawing on his extensive background in guiding and instructing clients on mountaineering, rock climbing, and sea kayaking expeditions throughout North America. When not working you can expect he’ll be out taking advantage of the best of what Idaho has to offer for rock climbing, skiing, mountain biking, and hiking.

Board Certifications

Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Additional Certifications

Certified Manual Physical Therapist


Idaho State University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Recent Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
As a beginner, diving into the world of cycling can be both exciting and daunting. It is essential to ensure you not only have safe equipment, but that you also are physically prepared.
Physical therapists often see cyclists with back pain and leg or knee pain. While we can get to the root of the problem and create a plan for recovery and to avoid recurrence, following these tips can help you avoid the pain altogether!
Before sliding down the groomers or making perfect off-piste turns, it’s essential to prepare your body for the demands of skiing. Preparing for ski season should start well before the first flakes start flying.

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