At PIBCOA – Pain, Injury & Brain Centers of America LLC., we offer a special treatment previously used by professional athletes and not widely available to the general public. Performing A. I. Myoneurvascular Therapy, we can effectively increase the body’s ability to heal 5 times the normal rate (500%), and deliver a 95% success rate to our patients! Our equipment works with your condition to increase healing of the body at an accelerated rate!

Highlighted Conditions We Treat

  • Migraine Headaches
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Sports Injuries
  • Anxiety/Stress Disorders
  • Auto Accidents & Trauma
  • Autoimmune Disorders

Highlighted Conditions We Treat

  • Migraine Headaches
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Sports Injuries
  • Anxiety/Stress Disorders
  • Auto Accidents & Trauma
  • Autoimmune Disorders
Opening Hours
Monday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

PIBCOA American Fork was first opened July 15, 2019 and is owned by Wes and Rebecca Jensen. Rebecca had been greatly suffering with health problems for years. Time after time, doctor appointment after doctor appointment, test after test they searched only to have the hope of a normal future dashed. When Rebecca started treatments at the PIBCOA clinic in St. George the Jensen’s weren’t expecting much but the transformation is unparalleled! Rebecca is now doing great thanks to the PIBCOA treatments! Having gone through what she has, she feels compelled to help others which led her to open the PIBCOA clinic in American Fork, located just south of the hospital. She is excited to be able to help the people in Utah County.

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Shane Zeyer
Shane Zeyer
21:23 20 Jan 20
I went to PIBCOA in American Fork to get treated for my ADD. I have been taking medication for years. I have been... trying to pass a test for my certification for multiple years. I have come up short every time. Since it is a timed test it was very hard with my ADD. Before my test I came in to PIBCOA, after multiple treatments I finally was able to pass my test! I will continue to go to PIBCOA for treatments in the future. If you have ADD OR ADHD definitely give PIBCOA a chance!read more
Taylor Stucki
Taylor Stucki
04:36 04 Dec 19
I just started working with PIBCOA, with limited time and budget. After only four treatments for addiction, the mental... withdrawals have been surprisingly peaceful. In previous attempts of cessation from alcohol/nicotine/caffeine, I would be crawling out of my skin and up the walls at this point with craving and anxiety - yet that has not been the case this time. My sleep has been better than it has been in years. I am pleasantly surprised by my experience so far and am excited to continue my treatments in the future!read more
Ray Hanson
Ray Hanson
21:49 05 Nov 19
As I was headed for a flight out of Cleveland in early July, I had just cleared TSA, and did not notice liquid spilled... on the floor. My left heel slipped out in front of me and my right knee smashed onto the floor in a spectacularly rapid, awkward and painful rendition of a "split." My left hamstring overextended, my left ankle was sprained, and both legs, knees and ankles turned black and blue. After sitting on 2 2-hour flights to Phoenix, I could barely walk, and could not pick up anything off the floor the next day.It was 3 days before I got back to town, and 3 more before I could get into PIBCOA. My daughter had a positive experience with them in St. George, and recommended them for soft-tissue injuries. I went for treatments each of the next 4 evenings, but I didn't notice much of any improvement right away.I was out of town again the following week, and went back to PIBCOA for 4 more treatments 2 weeks after the first round. By then, the bruising had dissipated considerably and my mobility was improving (PIBCOA has the pictures).I also took advantage of the skills of two different chiropractors over a 7-week period. Eight weeks after my fall, I was able to go on a scheduled backpacking trip in Glacier National Park without any pain or mobility constraints, except that I still couldn't kneel comfortably on my right knee, which took about 6 more weeks.Couldn't have done it without PIBCOA!!!read more
Tim Bingham
Tim Bingham
17:01 01 Nov 19
I went to PIBCOA in American Fork for some help with my right knee. I love to run and had been experiencing some pain... for around 7 months. I pushed off having it checked out because I was afraid all that would be told to me was to have surgery. I researched A.I. Mioneurvascular Therapy and found the science sound so I went to PIBCOA and had treatment. The team was great. I felt it immediately. I’ve been able to run and exercise without pain going on 3 months!read more
Bonnie Taylor
Bonnie Taylor
00:37 31 Oct 19
I have had Parkinson’s Disease for about 3.5 years. When I sought help from PIBCOA I had a noticeable tremor in my... left hand and tremors were beginning to occur in my right hand. I am currently undergoing treatments; however, I was pleasantly surprised during the first week my brain began to communicate with my hand! This was a BIG achievement. I continue to see other signs of improvement as we are working to still my hand movements. To anyone with neurological challenges I would highly recommend you look into to PIBCOA to see if they would be able to help you too.read more
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