Physical Therapy

Post Operative

  • Knees (total knee, meniscus, ACL, PCL, arthroscopic,arthritis, osteotomies, patellar realignment)
  • Shoulder (rotator cuff repair, subacromial impingement, total replacement, labral tear repair, biceps debridement or repair)
  • Ankle and Foot (after fracture, bone spur removal, plantar fascia)
  • Hip (total hip replacement, labral tear, after fracture, weakness)

Pain and injury Management

  • Chronic Pain (neck, back, shouders, hips, knees, ankles and feet)
  • Muscle strain or ligamentous sprain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Patellofemoral Dysfunction
  • Rotator cuff impingement
  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
  • Amputation

Women’s Health

  • Incontinence
  • Prenatal care and pain management
  • Post partum strengthening and pain management
  • Lymphedema management

Neurological Rehabilitation

  • After a brain injury (stroke, TIA, TBI)
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)


  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Down Syndrome
  • Osgood-Schlatters (knee pain)
  • Developmental Delays
  • Pain and fractures

Cardiovascular Pulmonary Dysfunction

  • COPD
  • Decreased activity tolerance

Dry Needling

  • Jonny Dilworth, DPT, recently attended a class for certification in dry needling. Dry needling is a skilled intervention that uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscles, and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments. The points chosen to be needled are done so from the diagnosis, patient symptoms, palpation of trigger points, and/or functional testing. These acupuncture like needles are very small, solid, and sterile. They can be used to help release trigger points, increase tissue healing, restore normal muscle resting tone, and break up adhesions or scar tissue. It may sound intimidating, but the needles are often not even felt in healthy tissue. It can cause a muscle twitch and ache in unhealthy tissue, which is important to help the muscle relax to normal resting tone. When muscles are relaxed, the patient will often have improved range of motion and flexibility without pain. Pain can last a few days and is similar to the pain experienced after a hard work out, however most people don’t have much lasting pain. It can be used to treat chronic inflammation, trigger points, stiffness, as well as, fibromyalgia. Please ask for more information regarding these services as part of PT or our cash based program. We are running a special for the month of May at $30 cash pay if other PT services are not wished. Please call 748-3600 x132 for more information.


Aquatic Therapy

  • Great for rehabilitation, joint pain, back pain, decreased weight bearing status, sports injuries and general strengthening and movement
  • Our pool has resistant jets, different levels and stairs; plus we have ankle weights, foam weights, weight belts and foam noodles for a full body workout

Vestibular Rehabilitation

  • Treatment for vertigo, inner ear dysfunction and balance disorders

Do you play sports? Do you have questions about the correct footwear to use?


Wearing the wrong attire can lead to ankle and knee injuries. Don’t take that chance! Visit your local Physical Therapy department where they can help you with all your sports gear questions!

Jonny Dilworth, DPT


Kristy Logan, PT

Kristy Logan graduated from University of Pittsburgh with her Physical therapy degree.  She has spent 30+ years in various Physical Therapy settings including pediatrics, home health, outpatient and Medicare rehab facilities.  She has practiced in Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Wyoming and the last 20 years in Montana.  She started at the Colstrip Medical Center in 2012 and enjoys working with the many different facets the clinic serves.  She has taken continuing education classes to meet the needs of her patients including vestibular assessment and treatment.  Special interests include pediatric, orthopedics, vestibular problems and Medicare rehab.

Becky Suhr, CSCS

Becky Suhr, CSCS is originally from Belgrade Montana and has worked at the Colstrip Medical Center since 2007.  She attended college at Weber State University and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Human Performance.  While at Weber State she was a member of the track and field teams as a javelin thrower (Go Wildcats!).  In 2014 Becky became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and she enjoys working with patients both young and old.  In her spare time she enjoys bowling, golf, camping and boating/fishing.