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PHYSICAL THERAPY

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Physical therapy can be a very successful non-surgical treatment for many conditions. Physical therapy can include weight training exercises, stretching and other specialized treatments. It will often be prescribed by your doctor for many conditions before and after surgery. The goal of physical therapy is to speed your recovery, improve your function and range of motion, and strengthen your muscles. Our physical therapists work closely with patients and doctors to create the best possible plan for you.

Montana Orthopedics offers quality physical therapy in a warm and caring atmosphere. Our licensed physical therapists have years of experience. Our physical therapists work hand in hand with our doctors to provide our patients with the most effective treatment. We provide quality care in many areas of specialty for our patients. Montana Orthopedics provides physical therapy for a variety of diagnosis including orthopedic injuries, sports injuries, chronic conditions such as arthritis, and rehabilitation of post-operative patients.

Montana Orthopedics provides physical therapy specific to the needs of each patient. Treatment may include manual “hands on” therapy, joint mobilization, cervical and lumbar stretching, therapeutic exercises, and patient education on posture and body mechanics.

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PHYSICAL THERAPY FAQs

We recommend loose comfortable clothing, and tennis shoes. Remember, physical therapy is like going to the gym!

Don’t forget reading glasses (if needed) for filling out intake paperwork.

Physical therapists can help improve or restore the mobility you need to move forward with your life.  PT can sometimes be an alternative to surgery and/or pain medication.

All physical therapists are required to receive a graduate degree – either a master’s degree or a clinical doctorate — from an accredited physical therapist program before taking the national licensure examination that allows them to practice.

State licensure is required in each state in which a physical therapist practices.

We recommend visiting www.moveforwardpt.com. This informative website is a great resource.

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