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Our experts in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and chiropractic care have advanced training and certifications to offer you the highest level of expertise and latest advancements in rehabilitation.

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Our providers specialize in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and chiropractic care.

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Saint Alphonsus Rehabilitation Services (STARS)

Only CARF Accredited Clinics in Idaho

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Knee and hip replacement surgeries- A Physical Therapy perspective

Raj Issuree, PT Joint replacements are becoming popular among young people, and continue to be popular among the elderly population. Average age for joint replacements among the younger population is 63 to 64 years old. This is much younger than the past. Moreover, approximately 700,000 joint replacement procedures are performed annually in the United States….

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33rd Annual YMCA Christmas Run

Create a new tradition! Celebrate the holiday season as a family by running or walking together. ‘Tis the season for bells, holiday costumes, carolers and Santa! Join us for the Christmas Run Presented by Saint Alphonsus. The race starts and finishes  in Downtown Boise at Boise High School. Date: 12/17/2016 Age: All Ages Courses and…

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Meet the Remarkable DMARD

Decades ago, many medications available today that successfully treat various kinds of inflammatory arthritis didn’t exist. But, if you’ve recently been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, psoriatic arthritis or ankylosing spondylitis your physician can choose from many different DMARDs—disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs. These drugs actually target inflammation-causing reactions in your immune system to modify the disease…