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  • How does a mobile physical therapy session work?
    Prior to your PT appointment, you can schedule a free consultation to talk to your DPT about your condition and what to expect from physical therapy. Your DPT will come to your home or office with all the equipment needed for each session. We ask that you make space for a portable massage table and some room for exercise. On the first evaluation appointment, your DPT will perform a full musculoskeletal examination and assessment of your current condition. Your DPT will educate you on your injury or condition and prescribe a specific home exercise program and provide recommendations for treatment. Every session is tailored to you and your needs, to allow for optimal recovery. Physical Therapy sessions last 45-60 minutes.
  • Do I need any special equipment in my house?
    Nope! We come with all of the equipment needed to provide physical therapy and wellness services. If you have a home gym or other exercise equipment, that can be beneficial and can be used in your appointments.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Yes! We are in network with Medicare, Allegiance, Blue Cross Blue Shield, First Choice Health, Mountain Health Co-Op, Aetna, and PacificSource. We also accept self pay clients who do not have insurance and can create superbills for out of network coverage.
  • Do you treat medicare patients?
    YES! We are in network with Medicare and will bill under Medicare part B services. We will need a doctor’s referral for the first treatment but can assist you in the process.
  • What is dry needling?
    Dry needling is a manual therapy technique which involves the placement of a thin filament needle into muscle or soft tissue to stimulate a localized inflammatory response, increase microcirculation and reduce myofascial trigger points. Dry needling also stimulates the release of endogenous opioids, endorphins and anti-inflammatory markers into the bloodstream. This procedure is effective for many musculoskeletal conditions including but not limited to: spinal pain, myofascial pain, nerve impingement, headaches and joint pain. We also utilize cupping, IASTM and kinesiotape to reduce myofascial restrictions and promote healing.
  • What is pelvic floor physical therapy?
    The pelvic floor is a group of muscles located at the base of your pelvis. These muscles are involved with supporting the pelvis and pelvic organs, supporting the uterus and growing baby during pregnancy, and involved with bowel and bladder function. Jackie has advanced training that allows her to perform internal and external pelvic floor muscle examinations to assess the strength, endurance and muscle tone. Pelvic floor examinations are always conducted with the highest level of privacy and sensitivity to allow you to feel as comfortable as possible. Treatments can also involve biofeedback training and electrical stimulation, which can help improve pelvic floor activation. A pelvic floor assessment is highly recommended for all women who are post-partum, including vaginal births and cesarean sections. Pelvic floor PT also helps with the treatment of: stress/urge incontinence, constipation, pelvic organ prolapse, rectocele, cystocele repairs and pelvic pain.
  • Where is your gym?
    Our gym is located at 5068 US 93 South, unit 1 in Whitefish, Montana. We are located a few miles south of Whitefish in "Happy Valley". We have a private treatment space and can progress exercises using a variety of weights and equipment. We also have a large turf area for higher level sport drills and return to sport training. We are fitness forward practitioners who are committed to getting you back to all of the activities you love, stronger than ever! Directions to our gym: from highway 93 turn west at Mesa Moving and Storage, Turn Right at the "Rent Here" Kiosk and we are the last door on the west side.

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