About Our Practice
We are a multifaceted Physical Therapy company! First, we are considered the balance experts and are the only physical therapy clinic in Southeastern Idaho that utilizes the NeuroCom® Balance Master® Systems which are specifically designed and considered the Gold Standard in the industry for vestibular rehabilitation. This allows us the ability to provide objective assessment and retraining of the sensory and voluntary motor control of balance. Using visual biofeedback on either a stable or unstable support surface and in a stable or dynamic visual environment, we can assess patients performing tasks ranging from essential daily living activities through high-level athletic skills. The objective data guides our treatment and/or training programs so we may focus on the specific sensory and motor deficits that cause our patient’s limitations.
Second, we are specialists when it comes to sports and orthopedic injuries. In fact, we have one of the only board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialists in Idaho Falls. We have experience working with athletes from little league, high school, and college to the NBA. We have also been certified in the management of concussions in sports training! We are passionate about proper precaution and rehabilitation following mild traumatic brain injury (MTIB)/concussions and have extensive protocols to make sure that when you return to the field/court/pitch or ice you are 100%!
Meet Our Therapists
PT, MPT, OCS
Jeremy Brown was born and raised in Southern California, where he played football, basketball and ran track. He first moved to Idaho to play football in college, and later transferred to Brigham Young University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. He returned to California to attend California State University Long Beach for his Masters in Physical Therapy. Upon graduation he began working for one the largest orthopedic physical therapy clinics in Orange County, which was named top physical therapy clinic in the nation in 2013. He continued his education and began to specialize in manual therapy by taking extensive courses from the Institute of Physical Art and Gray Institute. Jeremy has continued his education by receiving his OCS (Orthopedic clinical specialist) certification, and is currently one of the only physical therapists in Idaho Falls with this achievement. He also is the only Idaho Falls therapist who has has received his certificate of competency in vestibular rehabilitation.
Austin B. Mooso
Austin Mooso has spent the majority of his life calling Idaho Falls his home. He graduated from IF High School, where he spent his time playing hockey and lacrosse. He then attended BYU–Idaho and graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration. Once he started working in that career, he decided he needed to spend more time with patients and less time behind a desk. After graduating from Provo College with his Physical Therapist Assistant degree, he decided to come back home to Southeastern Idaho and work in the community he knows and loves. With a history of sports injuries and vestibular issues, Austin is able to better empathize with patients with these issues. Austin enjoys outdoor activities, but he especially loves hanging out with his two
favorite girls, his wife and daughter
Adam D. Cook
Adam D Cook, DPT grew up in Germany, New Mexico, and then mostly Garden City, UT (Bear Lake). He received his Bachelor’s in Human Movement science in Dec 2014 from Utah State University and completed his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree in Dec 2018 from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. Adam has enjoyed vestibular physical therapy since he first learned about it and loves doing manual therapy and massage, particularly for neck and back pain. Adam also enjoys jogging, badminton,
and spending time with his family, especially his wife and 2 young boys.
Physical Therapy Technicians
Physical Therapists licensed in Idaho may treat patients without a physician’s order; however, many insurance companies, specifically Medicare and Medicaid, require a referral for payment. It is a pleasure to file your primary and secondary insurance for you; we just need the right information. Please bring your insurance cards with you to your first appointment. Most plans provide benefits for physical therapy services, but please check your individual policy to confirm the percentages of payment or possible visit limitations. If you do not have insurance, we can set up a monthly payment plan for you.
We also treat Workman’s Compensation patients. We need to obtain preauthorization for physical therapy following your initial evaluation in physical therapy. Give us as much information as you can at the time you call for an appointment, and we will expedite this process. Your physician must file a report to your Workman’s Compensation carrier prior to being authorized for your complete physical therapy treatment plan.
3345 Merlin Dr.
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
M-F: 8am – 6pm