WHAT IS MOBILE PT?
Mobile physical therapy means we bring the PT clinic to you in order to provide the most convenient option when it comes to care! A doctor of physical therapy will come to you to examine, diagnose, and treat your condition or injury giving you personalized care in the comfort of your home, office, gym, or wherever is convenient for you.
We travel to Whitefish, Columbia Falls, Kalispell, now serving Bigfork, to deliver one-on-one, outpatient physical therapy. Our physical therapists are equipped with all the tools, equipment, and specialized techniques you would find in a typical outpatient clinic.
WHAT WE TREAT
We treat all conditions from sports injuries, women’s health to neurological disorders.
Mobile physical therapy visits are especially
beneficial immediately after orthopedic surgery, for older adults - including those who have mobility restrictions, student-athletes and women who are pregnant or postpartum.
“In just 3 dry needling sessions, Jackie got me back to running pain free! She truly understands the mountain athlete and provides great advice on exercises and training plans.” - Luke
“Jackie has helped me recover from acute pulmonary toxicity and two hip replacements. With her knowledge of body mechanics, good humor, extensive experience, and positive approach, she is well balanced in her approach to therapy." - Martin
“After my ski injury, I couldn't walk or get around my house without help. Jackie helped me multiple times a week with my mobility and to prepare for surgery. I couldn't have done it without her help!“ - Kate
On The Blog: Is it safe to lift weights while pregnant?
There is so much information on the internet about what you can and can’t do while pregnant when it comes to exercise and MUCH of this information is incorrect or given without research to back it up. There are many theories surrounding weight lifting during pregnancy that have been proven to be false by new research. One myth I’ve heard quite a bit is that pregnant women should not lift weights more than 20 pounds because this may increase the risk of a prolapse, preterm labor, and/or miscarriage.