Antara Quinones, doctor of physical therapy, of Alpine Physical Therapy earned her certification with the Lymphedema Association of North America as a certified lymphedema therapist in August 2015.
By completing the 135 hours of coursework and her national board exam, she is qualified to treat a host of patients with edema issues, including those affected by cancer treatment, venous system failure, or surgery. Contact Antara at Alpine’s North clinic at 541-2606.
Know that choosing a physical therapist is first and foremost your choice. So take some time to kick a few tires before simply “going to PT.”
All legally practicing physical therapists in Montana are licensed. That’s great. And there are a lot of quality PTs out there.
Some, however, have gone the extra mile to specialize in areas that may dramatically improve your situation.
At Alpine Physical Therapy, we have specialists in manual therapy, women’s health, spine care, jaw and face pain,vestibular and balance disorders, along with various sports experts in climbing, court sports, soccer, cycling, and running.
Of our 18 physical therapists at Alpine, 12 have doctorates, 4 are board certified through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialities, and we hold 11 advanced and prestigious national certifications.
More people have kicked the tires of Alpine’s physical therapists and resoundingly say they are glad they did.
Click here to learn more about the advanced specialties of each of Alpine’s expert team members.
8/4/2015 0 Comments
Fortunately, for Alpine PT’s ‘C-Leaguered’ soccer team, the season over. This year was not your typical 9 weeks of after-work-recreational fun with co-workers and friends. Alpine’s team had an inordinate amount of challenges: a multitude of injuries, a mid-season divorce between two team mates, a red card for fighting, and more losses than wins. As the captain, this made for an inordinate amount of weekly challenges getting 11 people on the field for 9 weeks in a row. Fortunately, we expanded the team to 27 players (15 of which were new to our typical field squad) to account for a chronic shortage of players throughout the summer vacation/divorce/work demands/pregnancies /sickness & injury-prone season. We are also pleased to welcome a healthy baby to a lovely set of new parents/old friends on our team. Congratulations Brett and Katie Cuniff, on the new addition, Connor Patrick stepping into this world at 10 lbs 4 oz. 21″ long.
Missoula summer soccer, you gotta’ love it! Despite the experienced player shortages, we brought a lot of new adult players out for “true” C-league soccer that hadn’t kicked a ball since grade school and had a fantastic time meeting and recreating after work.
We thank Alpine PT for sponsoring our stellar team again this summer. This is the 5th year Alpine PT put together a fine group of PT’s, PT aides, lawyers, grad students, fire fighters, dental hygienists, etc to come out for an after-work kick in the grass. We will look forward to a better summer next year with a few less challenges.
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