What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapists are movement experts who improve quality of life through prescribed exercise, hands-on care, and patient education.
Physical therapists assess and treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to people at the end of life. Many patients have injuries, disabilities, or other health conditions that need treatment. But PTs also care for people who simply want to become healthier and to prevent future problems.
Physical therapists examine each person and then develop a treatment plan to improve their ability to move, reduce or manage pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
Physical therapists can have a profound effect on people’s lives. They help people achieve fitness goals, regain or maintain their independence, and lead active lives.
What We Treat
We specialize in whiplash injuries, post operation recovery and chronic pain, but we can treat many other symptoms as well. Give us a call today at (406) 549-2006 and see how we can help you!
Functional Dry Needling
Functional Dry Needling (FDN) involves inserting a tiny monofilament needle in a muscle or muscles in order to release shortened bands of muscles and decrease trigger point activity. This can help resolve pain and muscle tension and will promote healing. This is not traditional Chinese Acupuncture but is instead a medical treatment that relies on a medical diagnosis to be effective.
Typically, positive results are apparent within 2-4 treatment sessions but can vary depending on the cause and duration of the symptoms. FDN is an effective treatment for acute and chronic pain, rehabilitation from injury, and even pain and injury prevention. This technique is unequaled in finding and eliminating neuromuscular dysfunction that leads to pain and functional deficits.
Dr. Logan Rossmiller has been practicing since 2019. Dr. Rossmiller has a passion for orthopedics with emphasis on strength training and pain management. Dr. Rossmiller is certified in functional dry needling and utilizes this as a tool to reduce pain, improve range, and regain function. Dr. Rossmiller believes that movement and laughter are the best forms of medicine. His main goal is to provide optimal outcomes through evidence based interventions, while simultaneously developing meaningful relationships.
Dr. Rossmiller grew up in Dutton, a small Montana town, where he learned the importance of community, hard work, and compassion. Dr. Rossmiller enjoys hunting, hiking, basketball, outdoor sports, and most of all spending time with his wife and daughter.