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ISU Physical Therapy Clinic, Meridian


Phone:  (208) 373-1734
Fax:  (833) 499-1813

ISU Meridian Health Science Center
1311 E. Central Dr.
Meridian, ID  83642


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Monday - Thursday

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Physical therapy students treating a patient

ISU's Physical Therapy Clinic provides high-quality individualized therapy services to ISU faculty/staff, students, and local community patrons within the Treasure Valley. Clinical therapists provide a wide variety of physical therapy evaluation and treatment services.

The clinic functions as a teaching arm for doctoral students within the physical and occupational therapy programs and is supervised by licensed faculty clinicians.


Our clinicians specialize in the evaluation and treatment of all orthopedic conditions in both the pediatric and adult populations.  This includes assessment and management of both non-operative and post-operative musculoskeletal conditions.  We offer a variety of treatment methods to help assist in reaching your individual performance goals.

Comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation of injuries or dysfunctions of bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments such as sprains, and surgical rehabilitation. Treatment includes manual techniques and therapeutic exercises.

Spinal and extremity joint mobilization and manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, and muscle retraining techniques designed to eliminate pain and improve movement.

Designed to eliminate muscle pain, improve muscle performance, and stimulate healing in painful musculoskeletal conditions.

Efficient and effective exercise programs are tailored to your mobility strength power, and balance needs and are an integral part of your recovery.

Blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy is a way to increase strength or endurance with lightweight or slow movement. If you are injured, you may not be able to load your injured area sufficiently to stimulate muscle growth. Using BFR can help increase strength or endurance without stressing the injured area with heavy loads or prolonged movement. 

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