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Therapeutic Exercise in Boise, ID

Our goal is not only to get you quick pain relief, but to improve your overall strength and function. We employ the expertise of a kinesiotherapist to create a personalized care plan that enhances strength and endurance, improves balance and coordination, reduces pain and inflammation - keeping you healthy and strong for the life you want to live!


The importance of rebuilding strength

Something that sets our office apart, is we believe in treating each patient through to sustainable, long-term health. We accomplish this by resetting patterns and dysfunctional movement. Then, we retrain the body to move optimally through functional movement patterns. And finally, we focus on strengthening your body by increasing force in functional patterns to prevent future pain and injury. 



  • Promotes tissue healing: Controlled and targeted exercises help stimulate blood flow to injured tissues, promoting the body's natural healing processes. They also help reduce inflammation , and improve mobility in joints and tissues. 

  • Restores range of motion: After an injury or surgery, joints and muscles can become stiff and lose their normal range of motion. Therapeutic exercises help restore flexibility, reduce stiffness, and improve joint mobility. 

  • Enhances strength and endurance: Targeted exercises can help rebuild muscle strength and improve endurance, which are often compromised due to injury, illness, or prolong immobilization. Strengthening exercises help stabilize joints, prevent further injury, and improve overall physical function.  

  • Improves balance and coordination: Exercises that focus on balance and coordination can be particularly beneficial for patients recovering from musculoskeletal injuries or neurological conditions. By improving these skills, the risk of falls and re-injury can be reduced.

  • Enhances proprioception: Proprioception refers to the body's ability to sense its position in space. Therapeutic exercises often incorporate activities that challenge proprioception, such as balance exercises, which help improve body awareness and reduce the risk of re-injury.

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