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Physical Therapy in Roundup, MT

Our physical therapy team at Roundup Memorial Healthcare provides high-quality services to hospital inpatients, swing bed patients, residents, and outpatients by taking a personal and direct approach to meeting each patient’s health goals.

RMH Physical Therapy Hours

  • Monday - Friday
  • 7:00am – 5:00pm*
  • Physical: (406) 323-4915
  • Provider referrals should be faxed to: (406) 323-4964 Attn: Physical Therapy

*Additional therapy appointment times may be available upon request

What Is a Physical Therapist?

Physical therapists are medical specialists that focus on a patient’s physical function, range of movement and how they impact quality of life. Most patients will see a physical therapist due to an injury, surgery, or disability. Physical therapists provide patients with an initial assessment and evaluation and provide treatment that focuses on restorative and preventative physical health.

Conditions That Could Benefit from Physical Therapy:

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  • Cardiopulmonary Conditions
    • Heart and lung conditioning
  • Musculoskeletal
    • Muscle and Skeletal pain such as back pain, arthritis
    • Muscle and Skeletal injury, teras, repairs and replacements
  • Neurological conditions
    • Stroke, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, vestibular dysfunction, traumatic brain injuries
  • Congenital Disabilities
    • Cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida
  • Sports-related injuries
    • Sports-related concussions and tennis elbow
  • Female health
    • Pelvic floor dysfunction - including urinary incontinence
  • skin conditions or injuries
    • Burns, wound care, and diabetic ulcers

Treatment Methods

We strive to preserve, enhance, or restore movement by focusing on improvement of physical function that has been impaired or susceptible by disease, injury, or disability. Our goal is to help patients achieve their highest possible level of functioning and performance utilizing a combination of therapeutic exercises, physical modalities, assistive devices, along with patient education and training. Your physical therapist will create an individualized treatment plan. Patient’s must have a physician referral to receive physical therapy.