Physical Therapy

Physical Therapists work with people of all ages and abilities to help them achieve their maximum physical potential. Each patient is thoroughly evaluated and, together with the patient, a plan of care is developed to serve each person’s individual needs.

Our staff is expert in improving your strength, mobility and motion, allowing you to live a life free of pain and with less risk of injury. Our goal is to restore the mobility you need to move forward in life.

Preventative, holistic care:

Evidence shows physical therapy to be an effective and cheaper alternative to prescription drugs and surgical intervention for many conditions including back pain, degenerative disc disease, knee osteoarthritis, meniscal tears, and rotator cuff injury.

Our staff stays up to date with the latest evidence-based research and clinical skills. Specialty services include ASTYM, manual therapy, CSCS, vestibular rehab, pelvic floor health and wound care.

Montana is a Direct Access state; check with your insurance plan to see if you can set up a physical therapy appointment with us directly without a prior visit to your physician. If this is the case, call 406-446-0630 to make an appointment.

Beartooth Billings Clinic’s PT professionals will work with you and evaluate your condition to determine your Physical Therapy needs.  Some problems require only a home program, but others may require extended services to return to previous function and comfort. 

Our goal is to put the patient in control.  Each patient is different, so feel free to ask our staff about the length and scope of your Physical Therapy plan.

Commonly treated conditions include:
  • Post-surgical rehab
  • Post- illness recovery
  • Sports injuries
  • Pelvic floor health (pregnancy, incontinence)
  • Neurological conditions
  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain/Headaches
  • Muscle weakness
  • Tendonitis
  • Balance and vestibular issues
  • Chronic pain issues
  • Joint pain
  • S/P MVA
  • Workmen’s comp injury recovery
  • Sprains and strains
  • Running/cycling analysis