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Bryce Yasenak, DPT, OCS, CMPT | Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Board Certified Manual Physical Therapist

General Orthopedics, Post Operative Care, Manual Therapy

Bryce earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. Bryce was born and raised in Missoula, MT and completed his undergraduate studies in Exercise Science at the University of Montana. After graduating from physical therapy school, he moved to Great Falls, MT where he worked for two years in an outpatient physical therapy clinic. In 2004, Bryce moved back to western Montana where he began working at Darby Physical Therapy.  He transferred to our Florence clinic (Physical Therapy Specialists of Florence) in December 2018.

Bryce has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2001. His career interests have focused on general orthopedics and sports related injuries. He has attended continuing education courses to advance his evaluation and manual therapy skills. Courses have included: muscle energy techniques for the upper and lower quadrants, pelvic girdle, lumbar spine, and cervical spine. Bryce is planning on achieving his strength and conditioning specialist certification in the near future.

In his free time, Bryce seeks refuge in the great outdoors. He enjoys hiking and backpacking, camping, hunting, fishing, and spending time with his Newfoundland, Ayla.

Why did you become a Physical Therapist?

When I was 15 I injured my knee while I was playing baseball and had to go to physical therapy. It turned out to be a wonderful experience and I was able to return to all of my recreation activities. At the time, I was pondering what I wanted to do for a career path and my physical therapy experience made the decision for me. I realized how enjoyable it was to help people achieve their goals and return to their their daily and recreational activities. After nearly 18 years of practicing, I can truly say I love my job and being able to meet and help people.