The week of May 26th will be a short one at Alpine Physical Therapy. We honored Memorial Day on Monday May 26th, and we will also be closed on Friday May 30th in order that our therapy team can participate in a local continuing education opportunity.
On May 30th and 31st our Alpine physical therapists will be attending the 6th Annual Montana Pain Initiative Conference in which the topic is “Treating Pain: Neuroplasticity and Team Care in an Evolving Healthcare System”.
Neuroplasticity is a really cool thing for those that suffer from chronic pain and disability. It means our brain changes constantly and with it opens up the opportunity for each day to be different and potentially better than the day before. The biggest reason we decided to close our clinics on such a short week is hinted at in the title as well, “Team Care”. We will be interacting with local physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, pharmacologists, other rehab specialists that treat pain and learning better ways to communicate so we’re all speaking the same language.
This will help our patients in the long run. So we apologize to everyone for not being open but hope you’ll understand it is in the interest of quality care, which is our number one priority. We will be open for a few hours at each clinic in the morning for any scheduling needs or questions that can be answered by our support staff.