Fibromyalgia treatment IN IDAHO FALLS

Fibromyalgia Disorders

Effective Fibromyalgia Treatment

Effective Fibromyalgia Treatment

Fibromyalgia Treatment From Empower PT

At Empower PT, we understand that fibromyalgia symptoms are unique to each individual. Through our customized treatment programs, we aim to help you take control of your life by teaching you how to process the pain signals better and the best ways to decrease all other symptoms. 

Our fibromyalgia treatments may include manual therapy, stretching and strengthening exercises, aerobic conditioning, ultrasound, and ice and heat therapy. We also conduct patient education on self-management techniques and lifestyle changes that can contribute to better management of your symptoms for the best recovery outcome. 

Are you tired of dealing with fibromyalgia medication side effects? Turn to Empower PT for a safe and effective pain management plan that yields the results you want.

Our Service Process

Our Service Process

  • Initial Evaluation
  • Treatment plan discussion
  • Treatment plan implementation
  • Progress review
  • Making a referral (where required)

The Benefits of Working With Empower PT

Concussion management

Specialized Care

Our physical therapists have over 14 years of experience in successfully treating mild and complex cases of fibromyalgia.

Individualized Treatment

We consider your pain tolerance levels throughout the treatment to help you gain maximum benefits without compromising your safety.

Quality Customer Service

All our staff at Empower PT are ready to do what it takes to make sure you get better. Contact Empower PT today and learn how physical therapy can benefit you.

Fibromyalgia Treatment FAQs

We highly recommend that you commit to about 4-6 weeks of treatment to get the best recovery outcome.

Many people fear physical therapy for fear of aggravating pain. However, the treatment programs account for your pain tolerance by incorporating low-impact exercises at the beginning to ease your symptoms.

No. It is never too late to start physical therapy. Whether you’ve had fibromyalgia for months or years, you can benefit from treatment.