Physical Therapy

At Rock and Armor, we take pride in the quality of care our patients receive through Physical Therapy services.  We are skilled in a myriad of Orthopedic, Sports, and Post-Surgical care required to get you back to being your old self again.  We place an emphasis on "hands on" manual therapy, functional movement patterns, corrective exercises, and modalities when appropriate.  Our Sports Medicine training and background allows us set ourselves apart from other Physical Therapy clinics, by providing the dynamic care and advanced rehabilitation Techniques necessary to return to play at the highest level.  Our care includes, but is not limited to:

-Chronic Injuries

-Sports-Related Inuries

-Post Surgical Care (head to toe)

-Total Joint Replacement

-Back and Neck Injuries

-Work-Related Injuries

-Overuse Injuries

-Thrust Manipulation*

-Modalities*

-Running Analysis and Retraining

-Gait and Balance Training

-Motor Vehicle Accidents

-Radicular Pain

-Injury Prevention

-Functional Movement Screening

* Denotes when deemed appropriate by the treating Physical Therapist

Frequently Asked Questions

Q- Does insurance cover physical therapy?
A- Health insurance generally covers physical therapy treatment. However, each insurance plan is different, and you should contact your insurance carrier and inquire about physical therapy benefits. Please contact our staff to see if we accept your plan.

Q- Do I need a Doctor's referral?

A- The state of Idaho does not require a physician's referral to be treated in Physical Therapy; HOWEVER,  Each Insurance Plan is different, and reimbursement can sometimes be dependent upon a referral from your Physician.  Please contact your insurance company to see if you need a referral for therapy.

Q- Do you accept credit cards?
A- Yes, we accept cash, checks, and credit cards.

Q- Do you communicate with my doctor?
A- Following your initial visit, a Plan of Care is sent to the physician who referred you to our clinic. During the course of your treatment, progress notes are sent to your doctor.

Q- How long will my appointments be?
A- Your first appointment will take approximately 1-1.5 hours. You should plan to arrive 15 minutes early in order to complete the new patient paperwork. Please bring your physician referral as well as your insurance card. You should also wear  comfortable clothing. Your physical therapist will take a detailed medical history and evaluate your specific condition with objective tests and measurements. Follow up visits are approximately 45 minutes long.

Q- What are my options when I have completed physical therapy?
A- Once your therapy is complete, we offer a Wellness Program to patients who would like to continue their exercise program under the guidance of our Personal Trainers.  Patients can participate in this program on a monthly basis to continue to improve strength, endurance, and overall function. Please ask our staff for more details about our Wellness Program.