Physical Therapy for Long-Term Spine Health

What does it mean to be a Comprehensive Spine Care Center? It means we’re here to help you get out of debilitating pain, and have specialists in many disciplines to achieve that result. We’re here to remove obstacles between you and a pain-free life by providing same-day appointments and on-site imaging. And it also means we’re invested in keeping your spine healthy once you’re out of pain. The rehab and physical therapy center at SpineOne is where we help patients learn some of the changes they can make to their posture and habits to be proactive about their own spine health. Our physical therapists help you develop good habits and resume normal activities while minimizing the chance your pain will return.

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    SpineOne’s physicians and physical therapists work together closely to find the best path to reducing your pain. Our healthcare professionals collaborate and discover the exact source of your pain, as well as what could have caused or worsened it, such as poor posture, imperfect form in sports, or even congenital or chronic conditions that may benefit from treatment.

    SpineOne offers a path to clear and reliable treatment of back and neck pain, free from excessive therapy, expensive ongoing treatment, and even invasive surgery. Our therapists specialize in The McKenzie Method — a comprehensive, evidence-based system of examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, intervention and prevention strategies aimed at patient education and independence — for treatment of back and neck pain, and can help guide you through these movements and exercise plans.

    Meet Our Physical Therapists

    Josh Elmquist, PT, DPT, CIDN

    Josh Elmquist attended Eastern Washington University for his Bachelors of Exercise Science before going on to graduate from A.T. Still University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Josh has focused most of his career on orthopedic and spinal injuries.

    In his free time you can find him running, biking, or skiing in the mountains with his wife and two rescue dogs.

    Vivian He, DPT

    Vivian He attended Boston University for her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience before going on to graduate from Regis University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Vivian’s movement background is in dance, yoga, rock climbing, and teaching those disciplines.

    In her free time you can find her bouldering, trad climbing, attempting to ski, and drinking bubble tea.