Left to Right: Amber Hurley,
Brittany Renner, Cindy Tronstad
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
In the lower level of the Community Clinic. Patients check in at the clinic front desk first. Patients are then directed to the location of the PT department.
Brittany Renner, Receptionist/Clerk/Aide
Phone: (406) 778-5117 or 778-3331 ext 257
Fax: (406) 778-5145
Dr. Cynthia Tronstad, PT, Manager
Dr. Amber Hurley, PT
Physical Therapists (PT’s) provide for many types and ages of patients. They work with burn victims to prevent abnormal scarring or to increase movement loss for stroke victims so they can regain movement and return to independent living. They also work with cancer patients to help relieve discomfort, in addition to cardiac patients to improve their quality of life through conditioning. Perhaps as important, your PT may provide information regarding how to make desired lifestyle changes after impairment. It has been well documented that patients that are recovering from an injury will often re-evaluate their lives and choose to implement positive lifestyle changes. The Physical Therapist serves in a comprehensive and dynamic healthcare role, helping to maintain the quality of life for millions of Americans.