Idaho Pain Relief Clinics
Our physical therapists want to help you stay healthy and well in 2013. The best way to stay healthy is to be proactive with a personalized physical therapy and fitness training program.
Medical Resource | Health Fitness
We want to be your medical resource. If you are currently suffering from an ache or pain or simply looking to better educate yourself on what you can do to prevent future injury please contact us to find out how we can help. We have free treatment consultations and educational health fitness information to get you moving in the right direction.
Idaho Physical Therapy Clinics Near You
For more information or if you have back or knee pain that has lasted longer than two weeks, contact one of our pain relief clinics that is closest to your home or workplace.
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Contact Peak Physical Therapy today for pain relief and a healthier tomorrow.
Is Your Body Ready for Winter Activities?
The Winter months can lead to a host of physical pains & strains if you are not properly conditioned. This is because the Winter season brings on activities that our bodies are generally not accustomed to during the rest of the year. Shoveling snow and chopping wood create motions in the back, shoulders, neck and wrists that we may not regularly see during the warmer months. Downhill snow skiing and cross-country skiing also create muscle and skeletal movements that we may not have specifically trained for in Summer and Fall- especially in the lower back and knees. While many Winter activities can be enjoyable; some of it can cause pain, or even bodily injury if you are not properly conditioned. All together, the dynamics of these outdoor activities can involve all joints including ankles, knees, hips, back, shoulders and neck. Prepare for the all of your Winter activities and avoid injury by strengthening the muscles that support the dynamic movement of your body in motion.