We strive to exceed your expectations and expedite your recovery. In doing so, we are able to accommodate your needs all throughout Western Montana at any of our eight locations. We are established in Hamilton (Fairgrounds Road & Canyons Athletic Club), Corvallis, Darby, Stevensville, Florence, Frenchtown, and Drummond.  Please click on each clinic to be redirected to our contact pages where you’ll find our address, phone, fax and more!

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What’s New


We Know Continuing Education Matters:

June 2017: Continuing education is a very important part of what our Therapists do for our community. Not only is it important that they know how to treat well, but having the knowledge to do so and continue their education learning new techniques helps improve the quality of care our patients receive.  While you were all out enjoying the sunshine, we spent Friday afternoon and all day Saturday bettering our therapists to provide you with excellent, quality care!




Pictured are all of our Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants learning new techniques from NAIOMT (The North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy) Course Instructor, Bill Temes.

We love being able to use new techniques to help diversify our treatment styles!






Community Involvement

Who has two thumbs and placed highest in all-women’s teams for the Lake Como Triathlon 2017??  Well, technically six thumbs because we have a huge congrats that needs to go out to three of our stellar employees who participated. Dawn Whaley (bike), Stephanie Knapp (swim), and Abbey Filler (run).

Great job, ladies!!




 We have had some pretty busy and active employees recently! The Missoula Marathon was Missoula’s attraction over the weekend where our companies had three Physical Therapists and one Physical Therapist Assistant who ran the half marathon and did an amazing job! The half marathon is 13.1 miles. Congratulations to Heidi Martin, MPT, OCS, Jackie Day, DPT, NCS and Abbey Filler, PTA of Hamilton Physical Therapy on Fairgrounds Road as well as Julie Kightlinger, DPT of Frenchtown Physical Therapy!  You ladies rocked it!!

We also had our Administrative Director, Robyn Thomas, who took a trip up Hiawatha Trail with her husband and a couple family members. The Route of the Hiawatha mountain bike or hike trail is 15 miles long with 10 train tunnels and 7 sky high trestles. The 1.66 mile long St. Paul Pass Tunnel, also know as the Taft Tunnel, is a highlight of the trail that follows the crest of the Bitterroot Mountains near Lookout Pass Ski Area.  She suggests that if you haven’t checked it out, it’s a must but remember your headlamps!  Bikes and helmets can be rented at the lodge.