Performance Physical Therapy of Idaho
Performance Physical Therapy of Idaho is a private outpatient physical therapy practice serving Idaho’s Treasure Valley. We have a commitment to clinical excellence and work closely with many of the Valley’s top Orthopedic Surgeons and local Primary Care Physicians to provide our patients with the best care possible.
2-Time PGA Tour Winner
Pitcher San Francisco Giants – 2016-2021
Pitcher Chicago Cubs – 2021-2022
Pitcher Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters, Japan – 2022-Current
Owner Gamespseed Performance Center, Concord, CA
11 Time USA National Track and Field member
2 Time Olympic Trials Qualifier in the 100m
2 Time World Masters Silver Medalist 100m (2007 & 2011)
Current American Record Holder for the 60 meters in the 40-44 Age Division
Chicago Cubs Shortstop, 2014-2017
New York Mets Shortstop, 2018
Our Mission at Performance Physical Therapy of Idaho is to provide our clients with the most comprehensive start to finish rehabilitative, injury preventative, health and wellness care available utilizing treatment methods backed by the most up to date research and clinical relevance.
Total Throwing Rehab Program
At Performance Physical Therapy of Idaho, we offer specialized throwing programs that are incorporated into your rehabilitation. We work with many world-renowned orthopedic surgeons and professional sports organizations to tailor these programs to athletes of all different ages, sports, positions and ability levels.
Stem Cell Rehabilitation Program
Stem Cell and/or PRP injections have become an increasingly popular choice for some individuals who are electing not to have surgery. Over the years we have discovered that receiving the injection is only the beginning to your road to recovery. There is a lot that starts to happen once you have received the injection and that is where specialized Physical Therapy plays a significant role in your recovery process.
Dry Needling is a form of therapy in which fine needles are inserted into targeted areas and/or myofascial trigger points (painful knots in muscles), tendons, ligaments, or near nerves to stimulate a healing response in painful musculoskeletal conditions. This is another powerful tool we utilize to get our patients back to doing what they love faster.