Back & Neck Pain

Physical therapy is one of the most effective methods in treating pain associated with the spine. At 208 Physical Therapy we take an individualized approach to treatment because no two injuries are the same. Through our evaluation and clinical reasoning skills we will identify the cause of your pain and design a treatment plan accordingly.

What Are Your Symptoms?

  • Dull, aching pain 
  • Sharp stabbing pain in the spine
  • Shooting pain down the arms or legs to the hands or feet
  • Stiffness or tightness
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Numbness or tingling in the arms, legs, hands, or feet
  • Pain that worsens with sitting, standing, or walking
    • If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to get a diagnosis and treatment plan from your physical therapist. Physical therapy can help to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and strengthen the muscles that support the neck and back.

How Can We Help Relieve Your Neck Pain?

At 208 Physical Therapy we not only want you to Think Forward, but Move Forward past your neck pain! Our experts are here to help you achieve this starting at discovery and ending with achieving your goals. We accomplish this by:

History
Take a thorough history to understand how your pain started and what influences it
Evaluation
Perform a comprehensive evaluation to diagnose your condition
Education
Educate on the factors contributing to your condition, and how you can overcome it
Treatment
Design an individualized treatment plan
Exercise
Provide customized home exercise program
Care
Coordinate care with referring providers

Low Back
& Neck Pain

Did you know it is estimated that 80 percent of adults will experience low back pain at some point in their lives. Low back pain is one of the most common conditions that interferes with work, daily routines, and recreation. Combine this with increasing rates of neck pain. Neck and low back pain occur for various reasons including muscle strain, vertebral disc disorders, sudden injury, age related changes, and overuse.

Conditions We Treat

  • Strains
  • Sciatica
  • Vertebral Disc disorders
  • Whiplash
  • Muscle spasms
  • Weakness
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Nerve problems
  • Headaches
  • Pregnancy related back pain
Sciatica Treatment
Your sciatic nerve runs along your lower back and into your legs. Someone with sciatica usually suffers from a herniated disc that presses on the nerve. If you have sciatica, you may notice pain that starts in the lower back and travels into the back of your legs. At 208 PT, we offer sciatica treatment to help relieve the pain or discomfort. Our sciatica treatment involves a number of science-based exercises that will stretch your back and strengthen the area to keep you feeling healthy and mobile.
Vertebral Disc Treatment
What is vertebral disc treatment? Our treatment involves different practices that help to heal the herniated disc. Herniated discs can be the result of strain or simply aging. While it is very common, vertebral disc treatment is crucial to keeping your back and neck healthy. Vertebral disc treatment at 208 PT involves exercises that work to mobilize the neck and spine. Physical therapy has proven to be a very effective method for herniated disc treatments that do not require surgery.
Whiplash Treatment
Many of us are familiar with some form of whiplash. This is another common injury, especially for people who have recently been in a car accident. Whiplash generally feels like pain and loss of motion in the neck. For whiplash treatment, we help you by stretching out the tightened muscles to help you heal faster. Whiplash treatment is recommended to prevent injuries from worsening or leading to lasting damage. If you are in need of back and neck pain treatments after a car accident or other traumatic injury, reach out to 208 PT right away to get started on getting your mobility back.
Osteoarthritis Treatment
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that often gets progressively worse with time. Stiff and sore joints may be a sign of osteoarthritis. It is considered the most common form of arthritis and is usually treatable at physical therapy offices. At 208 PT, we encourage our clients to participate in aerobic exercise at our facility to increase overall fitness and strength. Our osteoarthritis treatment also aims to improve mobility and help our clients avoid needing any surgery related to their osteoarthritis pain.
Sciatica Treatment
Your sciatic nerve runs along your lower back and into your legs. Someone with sciatica usually suffers from a herniated disc that presses on the nerve. If you have sciatica, you may notice pain that starts in the lower back and travels into the back of your legs. At 208 PT, we offer sciatica treatment to help relieve the pain or discomfort. Our sciatica treatment involves a number of science-based exercises that will stretch your back and strengthen the area to keep you feeling healthy and mobile.
Vertebral Disc Treatment
What is vertebral disc treatment? Our treatment involves different practices that help to heal the herniated disc. Herniated discs can be the result of strain or simply aging. While it is very common, vertebral disc treatment is crucial to keeping your back and neck healthy. Vertebral disc treatment at 208 PT involves exercises that work to mobilize the neck and spine. Physical therapy has proven to be a very effective method for herniated disc treatments that do not require surgery.
Whiplash Treatment
Many of us are familiar with some form of whiplash. This is another common injury, especially for people who have recently been in a car accident. Whiplash generally feels like pain and loss of motion in the neck. For whiplash treatment, we help you by stretching out the tightened muscles to help you heal faster. Whiplash treatment is recommended to prevent injuries from worsening or leading to lasting damage. If you are in need of back and neck pain treatments after a car accident or other traumatic injury, reach out to 208 PT right away to get started on getting your mobility back.
Osteoarthritis Treatment
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that often gets progressively worse with time. Stiff and sore joints may be a sign of osteoarthritis. It is considered the most common form of arthritis and is usually treatable at physical therapy offices. At 208 PT, we encourage our clients to participate in aerobic exercise at our facility to increase overall fitness and strength. Our osteoarthritis treatment also aims to improve mobility and help our clients avoid needing any surgery related to their osteoarthritis pain.

For Back and
Neck Pain

When it comes to back and next pain treatments, 208 PT is your one-stop-shop. We offer a wide variety of physical therapy treatments that cater to your specific pain or injury so you can gain your strength and mobility back as fast as possible. If you are suffering from back and neck pain and are unsure how you can fix it, contact 208 PT today to set up your first appointment.

Seeking Relief from Back
& Neck Pain?

Whether you’re battling the nagging aches of chronic back pain or dealing with the sudden onslaught of neck pain following an injury, seeking professional help is crucial for restoring your mobility and regaining your quality of life. At 208 Physical Therapy in Rexburg, Idaho, our experienced physical therapists are dedicated to providing comprehensive care for individuals experiencing back and neck pain. 

Our specialized treatment plans are tailored to address the underlying causes of your pain, encompassing a range of effective techniques to alleviate discomfort and improve function. We emphasize hands-on manual therapy techniques, targeted exercises to strengthen core muscles, and education on posture and body mechanics to prevent future recurrences. 

If you’re searching for a trusted physical therapist in Rexburg, Idaho, to address your back and neck pain, look no further than 208 Physical Therapy. Our compassionate and experienced team is committed to helping you find relief from pain and rediscover your active lifestyle.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment and start your journey towards pain-free living!