Rock and Armor Physical Therapy and Sports Performance recently announced plans to move into a new facility, near their original location in Meridian. The new, state of the art facility will encompass just shy of 20,000 square feet with an additional 5,000 square feet of outdoor space. “We were long overdue and bursting at the seams in our current location,” noted founder and owner Tim Williams. “We have two locations, Boise/Garden City and our original location, and we plan on keeping both clinics with the new facility in Meridian serving as a “mothership” of sorts.
Rock and Armor was established in the fall of 2014 as a place to bring sports performance training, sports/orthopedic physical therapy, nutrition, massage, and wellness to the Treasure Valley. They expanded to a second Boise/Garden City location last year that houses two distinguished physical therapists, Jerrod Ackerman and Lynsey Wagner. The company currently consist of 8 Performance Coaches, 10 Physical Therapists, 1 Massage Therapist, 2 Mobility Coaches, 1 Nutrionist, 4 Office Administration, and 3 Clinical Aides. “The day we opened, we never imagined a team this big,” notes Williams. “We are truly blessed and amazed at this awesome community we live in and team we have.”
The new location will be a state-of-the-art facility, built by Steve Hill and Hill Construction Company. Details include a large reception area, private physical therapy and massage treatment rooms, 11,000 square feet of turf including a 70-yard runway, parent viewing area, and a large team-member lounge. “Where you put your time, energy, and money is what you value, and we value our clients and team members. This will be one of the nicer physical therapy and sports performance centers in the pacific northwest and there will be no place that has a better employee lounge,” states Williams. “Our team members have worked in less-than-ideal conditions for many years and it is time we reward them with a space that reflects their talents, dedication, and expertise.
The new Rock and Armor Facility is set to open in October of this year. “There are a lot of loose ends to tie up, but Steve and his team are working away at it,” notes Williams. “We are truly amazed at all of the help and people that have come together to make this possible.” Rock and Armor will host a ‘Grand Opening’ ceremony shortly after opening. You can follow their social media accounts for future updates.