Sheri Stroppel, PT, OCS, CHT, CMPT | Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Board Certified Hand Therapist, Board Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Clinical Director
General Orthopedics, Post Operative Care, Hand Therapy, PRI, Women's Health, Manual Therapy
Sheri earned her Physical Therapy degree from the University of Montana. After working 8 years in Mount Vernon, WA, Sheri and her family moved to Florence, MT where she began working for Hamilton Physical Therapy in 2003. She has taken extensive continuing education courses in manual therapy techniques, orthopedic assessment and treatment, women’s health issues including incontinence and lymphedema, as well as postural restoration. Sheri has earned her board certification in orthopedics and successfully completed training to achieve status of a certified hand therapist. She continues to take advanced continuing education classes to expand her knowledge and improve her clinical skills. She has been a clinical instructor and a mentor for several students. She has also been a guest lecturer for different organizations to educate others regarding the benefits of physical therapy. Sheri has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1994. She greatly enjoys her job and improving the quality of life of others.
In her spare time, Sheri enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys. She also enjoys running and has competed in local running events including the Missoula half and full marathon. Other interests include yard work, camping, and traveling.
Awards & Recognition:
2017 Bitterroot's Best Physical Therapist
Why did you become a Physical Therapist?
In high school I wanted to be either an engineer or a social worker which are on opposite ends of the spectrum, however, when I looked into PT I realized I would be an engineer of the body and a social worker helping people every day. It was the perfect profession for me. I love helping others improve their quality of life.