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Coeur d'Alene, Hayden Lake, Post Falls, Spirit Lake & Surrounding Areas

The care you deserve,
brought to your doorstep.

Lake Bound Physical Therapy performs treatment at your home or office. Your time is precious! Let us come to you and provide professional care as it’s meant to be.

Lake Bound Physical Therapy

Our Mission

Lake Bound Physical Therapy is passionate about active living and helping clients meet their movement goals. Our mission is to maximize movement and eliminate pain for individuals in the Coeur d’Alene and surrounding areas. Movement truly is medicine and we are committed to guiding you through the right movements and hands-on interventions to accomplish this.

Amelie Golden, DPT

Owner of Lake Bound Physical Therapy

Lake Bound Physical Therapy

Conditions We Treat

Lake Bound Physical Therapy

Services We Provice

Lake Bound Physical Therapy Concierge In-Home Treatment

Concierge Physical Therapy

Concierge physical therapy is the treatment for musculoskeletal injuries at the highest level. 


Physical therapy includes:

  • Functional Screening

  • Myofascial Release

  • Manual Spine Mobilizations

  • Neuromuscular Training

  • Strengthening

  • Functional Dry Needling

Plus, other interventions to help resolve pain and allow people to function at their best. 

This is a fee-for-service model, meaning you will pay at each session and receive documentation you can then submit to your insurance if you choose. This allows us to provide the BEST care possible with longer visit times, one-on-one sessions, and no insurance company dictating what treatments are covered.


Visit our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us if you have any questions!

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Lake Bound Physical Therapy

Functional Dry Needling (FDN)

Functional Dry Needling (FDN) involves inserting a very thin, solid needle into a muscle or tendon. In the broadest terms, the goal of dry needling is to normalize a dysfunctional portion of the neuromuscular system. 


We might use this to reduce pain, decrease tissue tension, improve mobility or strength, or facilitate/inhibit a muscle. 

FDN has been shown in studies to increase circulation, increase collagen proliferation necessary for connective tissue healing, improve tissue cell organization at a local level, decrease sensitization, and decrease the presence of inflammatory and pain chemicals in the treated tissues.

FDN works best when combined with active exercises specific to the dysfunction, which is part of the physical therapy model.

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us if you have any questions!

Ready to start? Book an Appointment!

Lake Bound Physical Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I know if physical therapy is right for me?
    Contact us and you can have a free consultation to discuss physical therapy and your individual situation.
  • Do you accept my insurance?
    No, we are a fee-for-service practice. This means you will pay each session or purchase a package. We will, however, provide documentation you can submit to insurance if you would like to seek reimbursement. Government insurance (i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, etc.) will not reimburse any out-of-network costs.
  • Why don’t you accept my insurance?
    Due to ongoing reimbursement issues with insurance companies, often PT clinics will double up on patients or give cookie-cutter treatments to save time. We refuse to accept that standard of care! You deserve better. Expect one-on-one, research-based, personalized care without the rush.
  • How much would my insurance reimburse?
    We are considered an out-of-network provider so reimbursements will vary among insurance companies. Contact your insurance plan representative for specific details.
  • Can I have different issues worked on at once?
    Absolutely! Your entire body works together and in turn affects your function. So you should be treated as a whole person! At your evaluation you can bring up any and all of your concerns and your physical therapist will develop a treatment plan to address each area!
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