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 seven locations. We are established in Hamilton (Fairgrounds Road & Canyons Athletic Club), Corvallis, Darby, Stevensville, Florence, Frenchtown, and Drummond . Call us to set up an appointment today!
SPEED & AGILITY CAMP 2017
It’s that time of year again! Hamilton PT and surrounding clinics are gearing up for our annual Speed & Agility Camp. Most clinics will have forms available for our 2017 Speed & Agility Camp that will take place June 19th through July 26th as well as middle schools and high schools along the Bitterroot Valley and Frenchtown. The camp will be a total of 12 sessions and students 6th through 12th grades will be assigned a one hour training session between 8:00am and 12:00pm based on availability. All signed athletes will be informed of their training session time by June 1, 2017.
Click HERE for more information and access to sign up forms. Please note that sign up forms are accepted up until May 26th.
To read about our camp last year, please visit HERE.
Bitterroot native Austin Landis shares details on his journey with Team USA Bobsled
MISSOULA – To compete at a high level in many sports, an athlete begins at a young age. Perhaps a decade or more of practices and events, one grows to sharpen his or her skills in that particular sport.
Yet, only two seasons competing in the sport of bobsledding, Corvallis native Austin Landis has his sights set on the big stage: pushing for Team USA in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
In February, Landis, along with three Team USA teammates, earned an 11th-place finish at the 2017 four-man Bobsleigh World Championships in Königssee, Germany. One month later, the same group finished in 15th place at the International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation (IBSF) World Cup at the aforementioned future Winter Olympics course.
To read more and watch the interview, click here!
Article/information courtesy of www.MontanaSports.com
January 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.
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!
November 2016: All of our clinics united for a NAIOMT (The North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy) continuing education course. Though we are located in eight different clinics from Darby to Frenchtown and Drummond, Montana, we all aspire to be the best at what we do as our patients deserve only the best.
Huge thank you to Bill Temes and Sam Cornell for taking time out of their schedules to help us expand our knowledge in what we do from day to day and ensure our techniques are used properly.Also, a big thanks to our employees who are rock stars!!!http://www.naiomt.com/
Hamilton PT’s Aide, Stephanie Knapp (posing with swimming coach, Donn Livoni), swam in the 2017 MT Masters State on March 24th – 26th. Help us congratulate her hard work that helped her place as great as she did. She ended up swimming 8 events!
Women 35-39 1650 Yard Freestyle – 1st place
Women 35-39 50 Yard Breaststroke – 2nd place
Women 35-39 200 Yard Freestyle – 2nd place
Women 35-39 100 Yard Breastroke – 1st place
Women 35-39 50 Yard Butterfly – 2nd place
Women 35-39 50 Yard Freestyle – 3rd place
Women 35-39 100 Yard Freestyle – 1st Place
Women 35-39 500 Yard Freestyle – 2nd Place
The women’s team from Hamilton took 3rd place out of 7 teams and the men’s team from Hamilton took 5th place out of 8 teams.
HPT’s Jackie Day, DPT, NCS, Kimberly Gillespie, PTA, and Administrative Director Robyn Thomas were honored to share a night dedicated to the youth of the Linda Massa Youth Home here in Hamilton, MT. A lot of money was raised for this wonderful cause and we are so excited to have been a part of something so important in our community.
Corvallis Physical Therapy’s Clinic Manager, Chris Andersen, is a part of the Corvallis Schools Foundation (CSF). CSF is dedicated to supporting classroom and extracurricular learning for Corvallis Students. They have a local fundraiser coming up on Tuesday, March 7th at The Wild Mare in Corvallis from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm to tip off March Madness. There will be live music, March Madness 100 squares, and live auction. Ticket prices are $30.00 and includes appetizers, sliders/sides, desserts, and fun! Details and tickets: Leah at 531-8023, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Tonia email@example.com.
Chris also has some tickets on hand and available at Corvallis Physical Therapy! Please contact Chris at 406-961-3914.
Support our students by supporting Corvallis Schools Foundation!
Frenchtown Physical Therapy recently helped purchase a new ATV for the Frenchtown High School Sports Program to ensure the safe removal of injured athletes from sports events. Frenchtown PT values it’s relationship with the Frenchtown School District in not only making sure they have the right equipment to attend to injured students but to make themselves available to treat any and all students before and after school hours.