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Brenda Dahl, MSPT, OCS, CMPT | Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Board Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Site Leader

General Orthopedics, Post Operative Care, Women's Health, LSVT BIG (Parkinson's), Lymphedema, Manual Therapy

Brenda has been a practicing physical therapist for over 20 years.  She earned her Physical Therapy Degree from the University of South Dakota.  She received her undergraduate education from the University of Montana in exercise science.

Brenda spent her first five years out of college working in outpatient orthopedic clinics in Illinois and Washington state as a staff therapist and manager.  In 2000, Brenda move back home to Montana and began working in out-patient orthopedic clinics in Bitterroot Valley.  Brenda achieved her OCS (Orthopedic Certified Specialist) in 2013.  She is continuing her training of Strain/Counterstrain at the Postural Restoration Institute and is working towards NAIOMT manual certification.  In an out-patient rehabilitation setting, she has treated numerous conditions; such as sport injuries, chronic pain, post-surgical conditions and women’s health.  Brenda has given group fibromyalgia courses, back training seminars, aquatic therapy and ball classes for core strengthening.  Brenda received her certification in Pilates nine years ago and has included Pilates based exercises into rehabilitation.  Brenda has been a member of the APTA since 1993.

Brenda is committed to providing quality health care and continues to improve her skills through numerous continuing education courses.  Brenda specializes in out-patient treatments including shoulder, knee, back, hip, neck and women’s health care and core based rehabilitation.

Brenda grew up in central Montana and returned here to work and raise a family in a state that she loves.  She is committed to her community, her profession and looks forward to providing a quality and affordable service.

Awards & Recognition:

2019 Bitterroot's Best Physical Therapist

Why did you become a Physical Therapist?

I still love being a physical therapist after almost 25 years. I've continued to enjoy the variety of patients that come through the door. I've treated a wide variety of cases and patients from 3 month old babies for Torticollis to 96 year old warriors that need help with balance. Each patient is a new challenge, pushing me to do better, to teach and to help them succeed in their rehabilitation needs.