The School’s sports clinical residency program has just been credentialed by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE) of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
With nearly 150 new students admitted in this fall’s cohort in the tDPT curriculum, the total enrollment, including the first classes of graduates, has now exceeded 600 across the nine cohorts in the program that was initiated in the fall of 2008.
Brenda Mahlum, PT, DPT, SCS – Director, UM Sports Residency
Mary Coar, PT, DPT
Donna Bainbridge, PT, EdD, ATC
Jaclyn Carson, DPT
Toby Kinney, PT, DPT, MBA, OCS
Kim Mize-Humphrey, PT, DPT, CSCS
Nils Jackson, PT, Sports Resident
Dan Boostrom, PTA
Molly Blair, CES
Jason Krumbeck, PT, DPT
Debbie Reinhard –Administrative Support
The Vision of The University of Montana Nora StaaelEvert Clinic is to be the first choice for university students, staff and faculty seeking physical therapy outpatient services.
As an integral part of the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, the vision of the clinic is also to provide a setting for educational and scholarly opportunities.
Nora StaaelEvert, a pioneer of physical therapy in the 1950´s, originally studied dance in NYC. Instrumental in starting the UM PT Clinic in 1967, she was known for her positive energy, strength, creativity and originality. Her spirit carries on as the staff of the UM PT Clinic strives to provide high quality and innovative care for every kind of movement dysfunction.
The Nora StaaelEvert Clinic provides an active, stimulating environment appropriate to the learning needs of the physical therapy students.
The Nora StaaelEvert Clinic is located in the UM campus in the North East corner of the Skaggs Building, room 129. The New Directions Wellness Center is in room 113 on the same level.
Nora StaaelEvert Clinic Hours
Monday - Friday: 8AM - 6PM
New Directions Gym Hours
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 8AM - 5PM
Tuesday & Thursday: 9AM - 5PM
From Arthur and Beckwith intersection: Head East on Beckwith St. Turn left (north), at first parking lot entrance, which is Maurice St. Proceed to the end, into the Reserved Parking lot, which is where our parking spaces are located. Physical therapy parking is on the left-hand side of the lot and is number 4. If #4 is full you can use the designated New Directions parking spaces.
From parking lot: Walk east past the Health Science Building. Continue east under breezeway of Skaggs Building. Turn left after breezeway and head north alongside Skaggs Building. Use east entrance of Skaggs Building, across from Urey and North Underground Lecture Halls. Physical Therapy Clinic is the first door on the right, Room 129, inside of the doors.
The University of Montana-Missoula School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science 32 Campus Drive Missoula, MT 59812-4680 Phone 406.243.4753 Fax: 406.243.2795 Email: email@example.com
School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science