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.
Physical therapy services provided to adults of all ages and are based on the most recent evidence available to insure the delivery of the highest quality care for individuals with neurological impairments, chronic disease, and impairments in functional mobility. Sue Ostertag, Donna Bainbridge, Jaclyn Carson, and Jason Krumbeck have specialized training and a combined 60+ years of experience working with individuals with neurologic and mobility impairments. Sue Ostertag is an APTA Board Certified specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy.
Services offered by our Neurologic Therapists include rehabilitation for such diagnoses as:
Spinal Cord Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury
Multiple Sclerosis, TransversMyelitis
Cerebral Palsy (adults)
Chronic cardiac conditions and other complex medical conditions
Impairments in walking ability
Degenerative arthritis or joint disease
Post surgical conditions such as total knee or hip surgery, spine surgery
Specialized equipment that is available include:
Functional electrical stimulation for arms, legs, or trunk muscles
Body weight support system
LiteGait Mobility Device
Anodyne Infrared Treatment
New Patient Paperwork for Your Physical Therapy Evaluation
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science