Look up at a mountain peak. Therein lies it’s alpine counterpart. Likewise, when The Peak Health & Wellness Center had its grand opening back in 2006, Alpine Physical Therapy was there . . . within the Peak! This relationship has steadily deepened, proving the fantastic synergy between healing, health, and performance.
Now a new Peak has arisen . . . Downtown! And once again, Alpine is joining forces. Having a third Alpine location affords people convenient access to Missoula’s top choice for expert physical therapy services.
In addition, we are continually expanding our referral base. Dr. Robert Amrine, MD, is a Sports Medicine specialist practicing here in Missoula. He recently presented to our team of 13 physical therapists some exciting conservative approaches he utilizes, particularly among active and athletic patients. Here Dr. Amrine is shown demonstrating to us his use of diagnostic ultrasound.
This spring, Dr. Amrine will team up with Alpine’s Kerri Houck, DPT, for a presentation at The Peak Health & Wellness Center on common upper extremity sports injuries and rehab approaches.
Our services are expanding too. Several of our therapists recently trained to perform Functional Dry Needling (click here for more information on this approach). Of the nearly 400 sessions we’ve done since our initial training, the results have proven stellar. Additionally, Brent Dodge, PT, will attain national certification in this approach upon completion of his upcoming advanced training in Brighton, Colorado.
We will also be expanding our outreach in rehabilitation for vestibular and dizziness disorders. Brace Hayden, DPT, will soon be completing six days of training and national certification through the Emory University program taught by internationally renowned instructor, Sue Herdman, PT, PhD. Brace will be positioned to take rehabilitation for vestibular and dizziness to a substantial level in Missoula through completion of his upcoming training.
For more information, visit our clinic website by clicking here.