We are thrilled to announce that Jonathan Barker and Ryan Bishop have joined Bryan Wright in completing the rigorous requirements for OCS (Orthopedic Clinical Specialist) certification to better serve our patients. Ryan Bishop is the clinical manager of our physical therapy clinic in Kimberly, Idaho and Jonathan Barker is the clinical manager of our Jerome
We are excited to announce that Dan King and James Wood have passed the MDT credentialing exam and have received MDT Certification.
We often receive requests from physicians for “Graston” or “Astym” technique to be performed on the patients they send us. The above mentioned methods are well known brands of a therapeutic technique called IASTM. Through this article we want to briefly “breakdown” the term IASTM (fibrous pun intended), its offshoot methods such as Graston or Astym and
Acromioclavicular (AC) joint injury is a source of significant morbidity for individuals, especially for athletes in over-head sports. The AC joint is a diarthrodial joint, only 1 of the 5 joints that make up the complex arrangement of the shoulder. Together with the sternoclavicular joint, the AC joint provides the upper extremity with a connection to the axial skeleton. Injury to
Aquatic exercise is a form of outcome based movement that has been utilized for many years. There are several types of aquatic exercises that vary based on the goal and the format. The major difference between aquatic exercise and land based exercise is the buoyant support in the water. Buoyancy has a therapeutic effect