1951 Bench Rd. Ste E
by Highland High School
We help active adults remain strong, mobile and independent, without pain killers, injections or expensive procedures.
Shannon has come into our clinic for various aches and pains that were interfering with dog agility, cross fit, and her work. Most recently she was in a serious accident where she was hit by a truck while riding her bike. After hospitalization and home health, she returned to us for lingering shoulder pain. She states that we helped her most in her ability to do her ADL's - Activities of Daily Living - such as personal grooming, light housework, cooking etc. She is still on her road to recovery, but very optimistic. She continues to care for her dogs and also her work as a Pediatric School-Based Occupational Therapist.
My name is Viki and I moved to Idaho from Kansas City 2 years ago. I have had back pain for about 20 years and foot pain. I've gone to many doctors, had shots, took pain medications and have not had relief. I was to the point that I couldn't finish the dishes without lying down, and I had stopped walking for exercise. I didn't know what physical therapy was when my doctor recommended that I try it with Highland Physical Therapy. Kimberly was my PT and she explained what she was doing, why the exercises would help, how acupressure worked etc. Now my back pain is gone, I can feel my feet and I can do all the things that I want to do including grocery shopping, house work, walking and riding in the truck with my husband!