View this informative video podcast as Alpine’s Angela Listug-Vap, DPT, discusses knee osteoarthritis.
What is it? How can physical therapy help people with it? And what can you do to help yourself when dealing with knee osteoarthritis?
For more information on this topic, you’re invited to read our informative and illustrated patient [...]
Short ‘n sweet. In fact, just 30 seconds is all you’ll need to see first-hand the new buzz in Missoula. It’s Alpine’s latest step toward pioneering the next wave of high-end fitness in Missoula and on our planet!
Be the first to get a grander scope of this new technology on our website [...]
Few physical therapists go on to tackle advanced residency training. At last count, only 3% do. Nor do many achieve “Fellow” status.
Alpine’s Angela Listug-Vap has accomplished both. In fact, Angela is the only Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists in the state of Montana.
The following interview with Dr. Randale [...]
Alpine Physical Therapy is a tightly knit team. Certainly the phrase “there is no ‘I’ in team” rings true for all the star players at Alpine.
For example, we pulled together for two annual events including the fourth annual Missoula Marathon as well as our second annual Alpine river float trip on July 11th and [...]
Just over a week to go before I start my climb to the top of Mt. Rainier! I’m feeling pretty excited, also a bit nervous as the big moment approaches, and there has been some drama just to keep things exciting! In the last couple of weeks I’ve put in as much [...]
Summer in Missoula – the city of sports and recreation is alive, and so too are injuries for those of us closer to retirement than high school. Alpine PT has an Adult Co-Rec Soccer Team in the “C” League.
The “C” is the most basic and beginner league in the soccer leagues. On our Alpine [...]
I recently submitted an article to a national resource for physical therapists on a new form of exercise pioneered by Alpine Physical Therapy. I plan to add monthly segments on this and other topics to this national resource, called The PT Project. The aim of this resource is to provide news and information to physical [...]
Meg writes to us: I got back from an 8 day whirlwind adventure last night; first to Chicago for four road criterion races and then to New York City for ParaNationals.
It was a successful trip, yet I’m pleased to be home!! I leave tomorrow afternoon for a 5 day trip to London, England. As [...]
Need some inspiration? Then I encourage you to read an excerpt from Scott Woods’ training blog as he undergoes intense training for his upcoming climb to the top of Mount Rainier. A climb like that would be tough to say the least. I gather it would be a whole lot harder for a man like [...]
Thanks to reporter Michael Moore and the Missoulian for their recent informative article on the Fit to Fight program co-founded by Alpine’s Samantha Schoeneman, PT.
The article is an inspiration to all, as it details the training that Scott Woods is undergoing as he prepares to climb Mount Rainier. A survivor of lung cancer, Scott [...]