Weber Physical Therapy and Wellness, PLLC is owned and operated by Doctor of Physical Therapy, Carolyn Weber, PT, DPT, PhD and provides outpatient mobile physical therapy services in Southeast Idaho. This means that you can receive outpatient physical therapy in the comfort of your own home or office.
Services: Orthopedic and neurologic conditions treated with specialty services for runners, endurance athletes and patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Carolyn has 3 years of clinical experience in running gait analysis and retraining. She is one of the only physical therapists in southeast Idaho that is certified in LSVT BIG treatment for Parkinson’s Disease and other neurologic conditions. For more information on the services offered and conditions treated, please visit the “services” page.
Check out the recent interview of Weber Physical Therapy and Wellness with the Davis Phinney Foundation on treatment programming available for patients with Parkinson’s Disease:
What insurances are accepted?
Medicare of Idaho (part B)
Blue Cross of Idaho (including medicare advantage plans)
Cigna (will be accepted starting July 2022)
United Healthcare (commercial plans, Charter, Compass, Navigate)
United Healthcare (Medicare plans)
Idaho State Insurance Fund
Align Networks, Inc (workers’ compensation)
Mountain Health Co-op
CorVel Corporation (Workers’ compensation, auto liability)
SmartComp, LLC (workers’ compensation)
TechHealth (workers’ compensation)
OptumHealth Care Solutions Workers’ Compensation
Nexus Aco NR
Rockport Community Network, Inc (workers’ compensation)
Procura Management, Inc.
Prime Health Services (workers’ compensation and auto liability)
Cash-pay options are also available
Do I need a doctor’s referral? Most of the time, NO. Idaho is a direct access state, meaning you can come to physical therapy without seeing your primary care doctor first. Some insurances may require a referral and preauthorization before you are treated. If you have any questions, please call Carolyn at (208) 244-9291. If you have a referral, that’s great–just bring it to your first appointment or have your doctor fax it to Carolyn at (208) 646-4414—no special referral forms required.
How do I get an appointment? For quickest response, call or text Carolyn at (208) 244-9291. You may also email Carolyn at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the “schedule appointment” button below to schedule a few weeks out.
Carolyn F Weber, PT, DPT, PhD was born and raised in Northern Illinois. She earned a PhD in Biological Sciences from Louisiana State University in 2009. After working for 7 years as a research scientist and professor, her love for science and passion for physical activity lead her to return to graduate school to study physical therapy. She attended Des Moines University and graduated with a doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) in 2019. She returned to Southeast Idaho in 2019 to begin practicing as a physical therapist. She has experience treating orthopedic and neurologic conditions in outpatient clinics as well as inpatient settings (hospital-based neuro rehabilitation unit, skilled nursing facilities).
Carolyn enjoys working with patients who have orthopedic and/or neurological conditions. She has three years of clinical experience in running gait analysis and has a special interest in rehabilitating and preventing running injuries. While at Des Moines University, she performed research in validating gait analysis protocols and worked for an expert in treating plantar fasciitis. She coauthored a publication demonstrating the strong linkage between low back pain and plantar fasciitis. Carolyn is one of the only physical therapists in Southeast Idaho to be certified in LSVT BIG treatment for Parkinson’s Disease and is engaged in group exercise programming for people with Parkinson’s Disease in the Pocatello/Chubbuck area. She enjoys treating patients from the ground-up, top-down, inside-out and outside-in to improve overall physical and mental well-being and assist them in achieving their personal goals.
In addition to treating patients, Carolyn enjoys road biking, running, triathlon, duathlon, and trail and mountain running. She strongly believes that ski hills are best experienced in summer, in reverse, while wearing running shoes. Carolyn is a two-time Boston Marathon Qualifier (3:21:53 Marathon PR, Pocatello Marathon, 2014), holds the women’s course record for the Pebble Creek Mountain Run, and has completed over a dozen triathlon and duathlon events. Carolyn’s Race History.