Ammon Physical Therapy

With the growing population in Ammon, there is an increasing need for services in the area. Pick PT is conveniently located so that you can save precious time by avoiding a long commute to appointments. You won’t have to compromise quality for distance. It’s the best of both worlds! Physical therapy is something that most people will have to go through at least once in their life. People of all ages could qualify for and benefit from this type of therapy depending on a variety of circumstances. Most often things such as an injury, accident, or surgery are what lead someone to seek out or be referred to physical therapy.

When Physical Therapy is Needed

It is possible that someone could seek the assistance of a physical therapist to simply strengthen muscle groups, improve mobility and overall quality of life. However, most often there is a specific event that leads someone to the professional expertise of a physical therapist. 

Incidents such as:

  • Car Accident
  • Slip and Fall
  • Sports Injury
  • Joint Replacement
  • Surgical Recovery
  • Work or Job Site Injury

Many Americans suffer from chronic pain. Studies show it could be up to 20% of people who live with some kind of pain every single day. In the midst of an opioid epidemic, it would be wise for these individuals and their providers to turn to physical therapy for relief rather than jumping into medications that could lead to dependency. Combining physical therapy with other treatments such as medication is also a great way to maximize results.

Services Offered

Our staff is trained and has experience in helping people in our community overcome these common issues. 

Back Pain

Back pain can range from annoying to debilitating. Depending on what caused the back pain to flare up in the first place will determine the treatment plan. It is possible that the back simply needs to be strengthened to withstand the abuse that it gets every day. A physical therapist can help you know which exercises are best, how often to perform them and how to do it safely so as not to result in further injury. 

Neck Pain

Adult neck pain is most commonly related to a whiplash injury from a car accident. There has, however, been a rise in neck pain due to frequently looking down at phones and laptops with poor posture. Sleeping without a good mattress or pillow for support can also lead to a flare up. 

Sports Medicine

Athletes’ bodies are put under a great amount of stress. Injuries related to sports are often high impact and include sprains, strains, broken bones, concussion, and more. The good news is that young athletes are in a good position to recover fully and quickly from these injuries if they are treated correctly and timely. Physical therapists can also help athletes improve their strength and mobility to prevent injury and excel in their position. 

Vestibular Rehabilitation

The vestibular system includes the workings of the inner ear. This area contains the smallest bones in the entire body and they control most of our balance. Symptoms such as dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance can signal a vestibular condition. Many people do not know that physical therapy is a great option for treating these kinds of symptoms. Some simple exercises and or adjustments could get you back to normal living.

About Pick PT

Pick PT is locally owned and operated by your neighbors who care as much about the community and understand the people in it and what they value. Pick PT supports local sports teams and gets involved in the community. Our approach to physical therapy is evidence based. We can and will use a variety of approaches so that you can achieve peak results. Our main goal is to help you live life moving in order to live a more elevated life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a doctor's referral to see a physical therapist?

In many cases, a doctor’s referral is not required to see a physical therapist. However, some insurance plans may require a referral for coverage, so it’s best to check with your insurance provider.

What should I expect during my first physical therapy appointment?

During your initial evaluation, a physical therapist will assess your condition, ask about your medical history, and discuss your goals. They will create a personalized treatment plan and may begin treatment on the same day.

How long does a typical physical therapy session last?

Physical therapy sessions typically last 30 to 60 minutes, depending on your specific needs and treatment plan.

How many physical therapy sessions will I need?

The number of sessions needed varies depending on the nature and severity of your condition. Your physical therapist will develop a plan and adjust it as necessary based on your progress.

What types of treatments are offered in physical therapy?

Physical therapy treatments can include exercises, manual therapy, modalities like heat and cold therapy, electrical stimulation, and education on posture and body mechanics.

Is physical therapy painful?

Physical therapy should not be painful, although some discomfort may be experienced during certain exercises or manual techniques. Your therapist will work with you to manage any discomfort and ensure that you progress safely.

Can I do physical therapy at home?

Some physical therapy exercises and activities can be performed at home, but it’s important to work with a licensed physical therapist to create a safe and effective home exercise program.

How long does it take to see results from physical therapy?

The timeline for seeing results can vary, but many patients experience improvement in their condition within a few weeks to a few months. Consistency and adherence to the treatment plan are key factors.

Does insurance cover physical therapy?

Many health insurance plans cover physical therapy, but coverage varies depending on the policy. Check with your insurance provider to understand your benefits and any co-pays or deductibles.

What should I wear to my physical therapy sessions?

Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows your therapist to access and assess the affected area. Athletic shoes are often recommended.


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