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  • map3-2-4Connecting the dots between Alpine's 3 Missoula locations

    Alpine Physical Therapy is everywhere!

    We are everywhere, now that we've recently opened our third clinic. It’s in the heart of downtown Missoula on 150 E. Spruce St. in the new Peak Health and Wellness Center.

    Having three locations in Missoula affords our clients easy access to our city’s top spot for orthopedic physical therapy.

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    Missoula’s top choice for physical therapy services designed specifically for women

    People are often surprised when they learn what physical therapy has to offer in the area of women’s health. Certainly this isn’t an area that all therapists pursue with focus and passion. Yet Her Health’s therapists have been inspired to provide excellence in this burgeoning field through the leadership of the program’s director, Tara Mund, DPT.

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    Committed to maximizing the performance of athletes of all ages and skill levels

    We apply the laws of physics to fully understand the spectrum of sports pursued by people in our community. Doing so ensures that we are able to maximize human movement and sport performance.

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    Why Us? Why Alpine?

    There is strength in numbers, especially when the numbers define you as the biggest, the best AND the leader among other similar businesses. Alpine is all of that . . . and more. For example:

    We have three locations with convenient access in north, south, and downtown Missoula.

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What SUP? A SUP is a Stand Up Paddle board, a long wide surf board that one typically uses a long paddle to skim across the water (a lake, a river, or ocean) while standing. It requires balance, endurance, core strength, and coordination. It is a unique sensation of walking on water, dynamic yoga, and combo surfing/canoeing.

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This year two Alpine PTers, Sam Schmidt and Angela Listug-Vap, competed in the second annual SUP CUP in Missoula. These two pregnant women represented Alpine PT in this fun community event to raise money for a local charity while enjoying our beautiful local Clark Fork river.

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Thanks, Brace, for this submission for the 1st Annual Alpine Dry T-Shirt Contest!


Ah the huckleberry picking season up "Notellum Trail" in the Rattlesnake Wilderness. Mothernature's original high calorie, trail-side efficiency snack for the hungry hiken'biker. Mountain blueberries or huckleberries are said to be a superfood. Per the experts on site, they're "powerful enough to help you lower your cholesterol, reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer (full of delicate anthocyanin antioxidants), and, for an added bonus, put you in a better mood."  

Tedious, tiny, low-growing, but worth every tender pluck. We attempted to fill a gallon zippie bag, but realized that may take hours and we wouldn't get too far up into the hills to enjoy some cardio exercise, blooming wildflowers and mountaintop views.

Cheers for the delicious berry bounty in our regional mountains. A great excuse to explore and work on my alternating, low lunge isometric postures for trail-side picking.

Brace Alpine T

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