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  • The Mulligan approach
    Gary Gales, DPT, CMP of Alpine Physical Therapy for 11 years recently earned international certification as a Certified Mulligan Concept Practitioner (CMP). Having attained this advanced training, Gary expertly applies hands on care using the Mulligan approach to help patients move and feel better. Notably, Gary is one of two Mulligan Concept Practitioners in the Missoula area. […]
  • A recent article from Spine
    Special thanks to star physical therapist Brace Hayden, DPT, CSCS of Alpine Physical Therapy for providing this write up on a recent article from Spine. ************ Low back pain with radiating leg pain or sciatica is a common problem in the United States and often highly expensive to manage. Conservative treatment by general medical practitioners, or the non-surgical […]
  • Alpine Physical Therapy Announces our New Oncology Program
    We’d like to announce the Oncology Rehab Program at Alpine Physical Therapy. Our team, which includes Josie Sweeney, DPT, Antara Quinones DPT, CLT-LANA, and Jessica Kehoe DPT, want to bring to everyone’s attention that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month.  We will surely all see lots of pink stuff this month in sports and in […]

Alpine Team News

Alpine Cranks Up its Online Presence by Going Podcast-Crazy

Alpine has taken its online presence logarithmically to a new level. We have three new podcasts in the works, along with a brand new Oncology Rehabilitation TV commercial. On Tuesday, we did video cut-aways of our Sports Rehabilitation team using the force plates. Shortly afterward, Leah and I met to create a video podcast called […]

Climbing The Steps To PT School: Logan’s Play By Play

Growing up in a small farm town in Montana, I was surrounded by stubborn farmers and ranchers that refused to seek medical help for their pain. I never really knew what I could do to help, but I knew that I wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. Furthermore, in high school I was […]

Alpine’s New Wine Label

Alpine Physical Therapy has a new wine label for a delicious new wine blend called “Pain No More.” These made a great gift for 100 of our area medical providers. I particularly love the line: “Turning Whines to Cheers!” Our warmest thanks and admiration to Alpine’s Marketing Whiz, Sam Schmidt. You go, Sam! Nice work.