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Rehabilitation Services

Our Providers

Our team of rehabilitation physicians, nurses, prosthetic and orthotic specialists, neuropsychologist and physical, occupational and speech therapists are dedicated to the delivering the best possible care in order to get you back to your highest level of function.

Rehabilitation Team - Deaconess Hospital - 406-414-1002

Josh Andrade, DPT

Josh Andrade, DPT, graduated from Azusa Pacific University in 2013 to earn his doctorate degree in physical therapy. His special interests consist of shoulder and knee pain, balance strategies with the elderly, return of functional movements and task, as well as BPPV and vestibular rehab. In his free time he enjoys hiking, fly fishing, hunting, and especially spending quality time with his wife and four kids in the outdoors.

Cheri N. Arthun, M.S. CCC-SLP

Cheri N. Arthun, M.S. CCC-SLP, is the Speech-Language Pathology Department Coordinator with more than 20 years in the field. She also provides therapy for head and neck cancer speech and swallow rehabilitation and management. Cheri has her STAR Oncology Rehabilitation Certificate. She also specializes in instrumental evaluation, inclusive of video-fluoroscopic swallow study and flexible endoscopic swallow study assessments, and evidence based treatment of swallowing disorders, regardless of etiology, for all ages.

Anna Buckmaster, DPT, CLT

Anna Buckmaster, DPT, CLT
Physical Therapist, Certified Lymphedema Therapist

Anna has worked at the Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital since 2008 and has been involved with oncology rehabilitation since 2009. She now specializes in breast cancer rehabilitation and lymphedema management. She received a STAR Oncology Rehabilitation Certification in 2013 and received the Klose Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Training in 2016. As the lymphedema coordinator for the rehabilitation department, she is active developing therapy protocols with surgeons while working closely with the oncology and radiation departments.

Anna lives in Big Sky with her husband, daughter and two dogs. They are originally from Iowa but came out west for their love of the outdoors and they spend a lot of time in the mountains and on rivers.

Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Northern Iowa in 2005
Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in 2008
Lymphedema Certification from the Academy of Lymphatic Studies in 2014

Angie DeWispelaere, PT, DPT

Angie DeWispelaere, PT, DPT, specializes in the treatment of persistent pain, anxiety, and stress. She is certified Level I and Level II in Trigger Point Dry Needling from Kinetacore Physical Therapy Education as well as in the treatment of CA diagnosis with STAR Oncology Rehabilitation Certificate.

Sheila Egeberg, PT, DPT

Sheila Egeberg, PT, DPT, is on the Bozeman Health Physical Rehabilitation team. She received bachelor’s degrees in arts and science from Colorado State University. She earned her doctor of physical therapy from South College, Knoxville, Tennessee. Sheila focuses on a well-rounded PT practice providing treatment for patients with persistent pain, vestibular and balance disorders, general orthopedics with an emphasis on manual therapy, and has additional certifications in pelvic health, including treatment of urinary incontinence, pre- and postnatal care, and pelvic floor dysfunction. She has worked in the medical/rehabilitative industry since 2012.

She relocated to Montana, where her family is from originally and enjoys spending time with family, reading, cooking, being outdoors to take in the beauty of the Bozeman area, as well as traveling as often as possible.

Ani Haas M.S., CCC-SLP

Ani Haas M.S., CCC-SLP, provides rehabilitation therapy for neurological speech/language/cognitive-communication, voice, and swallowing disorders. She holds several certifications including ASHA Special Interest Group 2. 3, 13 Affiliate, SPEAK OUT, and is MBS-Imp® certified clinician.

Shara Main, OTR/L

Shara Main, OTR/L, graduated from the University of Mary in 2007 with a master of science degree in occupational therapy. Special interests include functional cognition, geriatrics, and neurological conditions including dementia and acquired brain injury. In her free time she enjoys traveling, reading, being outdoors and spending time with her family.

Sean Ostrowski, PT

Sean Ostrowski, PT, graduated from The University of New Mexico physical therapy program in 2003. He then started a pre-teen and teenage sports/ortho program at UNM’s Childrens Hospital with their Orthopedic Surgeons. In 2005 he moved to the University of Utah Orthopedic Center. While there he was an adjunct professor at the Physical Therapy program and completed his Doctoral training in 2008. He worked closely with the Sports Medicine Physicians in their clinics and as he is fluent in Spanish he has participated in Operation Walk El Salvador with the joint replacement Orthopedic Surgeons. Now at Bozeman Health, Sean serves as a Clinical Instructor to Physical Therapy students, is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist. When not working he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, skiing, mountain biking trail running and backpacking.

  • Worked in a variety of Physician Clinics
  • APTA certified Clinical Instructor
  • Certified Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
  • Fluent in Spanish

Rita Pascoe, DPT, NCS

Rita Pascoe, DPT, NCS
Physical Therapist, Specializing in Adult Neurologic Rehabilitation

Rita has worked in outpatient physical therapy at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital since 2011, specializing in adult neurologic rehabilitation, including wheelchair evaluations, fall risk/balance/vestibular disorders, as well as general orthopedics. When not at work, Rita enjoys spending time with her family and playing outside.

Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in 2008
Completed requirements for neurologic specialist certification through the American Physical Therapy Association in 2016

Kimberlee Raynovich, MSPT, PCS

Kimberlee Raynovich, MSPT, PCS, earned her degree from Columbia University over 20 years ago. As a member of the Bozeman Health physical therapy team, she is able to focus on her two specialties, adult and pediatric pelvic health, and general pediatric physical therapy. She has been a Board Certified Pediatric Specialist (PCS) since 2009 and is now working toward her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification.

In addition to pelvic health, Kimberlee focuses on coordination of breath support and posture control to strengthen the inner core. She also incorporates orthopedic and manual therapy skills into her treatment approaches, which she finds effective for patients of all ages. She is fully trained to perform real-time diagnostic ultrasound to assess inner core muscle activation, as well as use of sEMG and ESTM training for the pelvic floor and core control issues.

Kimberlee currently sits on the board for the Montana Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association as Director of Programming, and has been a teaching assistant for respiratory/pulmonary physical therapy courses for the past 10 years.

She lives in Bozeman with her spouse and three children and enjoys skiing, hiking and biking in the outdoors.

Kenna Sikveland, PT

Kenna Sikveland, PT has been with Bozeman Health Physical Rehabilitation since 2000. Kenna is certified in the Duffy-Rath System for assessment, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. She is IASTM certified. In addition to general orthopedics, Kenna enjoys working with clients experiencing functional impairments related to balance dysfunction/falls, adult neurological conditions, and vertigo. Outside of work, Kenna spends time with her family hiking, skiing and pursuing a variety of outdoor activities.

Heidi Squillace, OTR/L

Heidi Squillace, OTR/L

Heidi has worked at the Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital since 2002. She specializes in Upper extremity orthopedics, ergonomics/return-to-work including Functional Capacity Evaluations, and working with adult neurological deficits/diseases. She has additional interest in Visual/perceptual deficits/rehabilitation. She is a volunteer with the Eagle Mount adaptive ski program in Big Sky.

Heidi lives in Bozeman with her husband, three sons and one daughter. She is an avid skier, and loves spending time in the Mountains, on lakes and rivers, and chasing her children in their numerous sporting events all around the Region.

Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of North Dakota in 1995
STAR Oncology Rehabilitation Certification in 2014
ASTYM Certified since 2015

Jeannie Tatum, PT, CLT, MSHSA

Jeannie Tatum, PT, CLT, MSHSA
Certified Lymphedema Therapist

Jeannie has been a physical therapist for 33 years with a varying background in management, outpatient/sports medicine physical therapy, homecare, staff member of the Can Do Multiple Sclerosis Center, and more recently lymphedema management therapy.

She is from Martinsville Virginia, near the Blue Ridge Mountains and her love of outdoor activities brought her to Montana in 2006. She stays busy with her teenage son who shares her love of sports and outdoor activities.

Bachelor of Science in Physical therapy from Old Dominion University
Master of Science in Health Services Administration from Nova University
Lymphedema Certification from Academy of Lymphatic Studies

Kellye Wilcheck, OTR/L

Kellye Wilcheck, OTR/L, graduated from University of Tennessee Health Science Center in 2014 to earn her master’s in occupational therapy. Her special interests consist of working with adults of all ages and cognitive/physical levels to ensure safety and independence in their homes and community. In her free time she enjoys yoga, hiking, camping, fly fishing, and skiing. She loves spending quality time with her husband, son, and two dogs.

Christopher Watschke, DPT

Chris Watschke, DPT, has been a Bozeman Health provider since 2015. His special interests are neurorehabilitation, general orthopedics, and vestibular disorders. Chris received his bachelor degree in biology from University of Minnesota Duluth in 2004, and his doctor of physical therapy from the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science at the University of Montana University of Montana, 2015. In his free time he enjoys fly fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing, and recreating with family.

Audra Yetter, M.S., CCC-SLP

Audra Yetter M.S., CCC-SLP

  • Specializes in assessment and rehabilitation of neurological speech, language, and cognitive-communication disorders
  • Specializes in Cancer-Related Cognitive Impairment
  • LSVT-LOUD® certified clinician
  • Member, Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences
  • Affiliate, ASHA Special Interest Group 2, Neurogenic Communication Disorders
  • Graduate of University of Washington Medical Speech-Language Pathology program, 2010
  • Author, Speech and Manual Reaction Time as a Function of Dopaminergic Medication in Parkinson’s Disease (McAllen, A. W., Spencer, K. A., France, K. N., & Shulein, O. M. (2010). Speech and manual reaction time as a function of dopaminergic medication in Parkinson's disease. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 18(3), 59-74.)

Morgan York-Singer, DPT, PRPC

Morgan York-Singer, DPT, PRPC
Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Coordinator

Morgan specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, urinary, and fecal incontinence, outlet obstruction constipation, prenatal and postpartum care, as well as general orthopedic cases with interests in the sacroiliac joint (SI joint) and lumbopelvic stability. She has been an active participant in her state chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association including sitting on their board of directors. Additionally, in 2013, she was one of twenty-five national recipients of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Emerging Leaders Award.

Morgan lives in Bozeman with her husband, son, and dog. She enjoys any activity in the outdoors especially skiing, hiking and mountain biking.

Bachelor of Science from the University of Oregon in December 2005
Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Montana in May 2009
Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) from Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in May 2016

Julie Zimmerman, OTR/L, CDRS

Julie Zimmerman, OTR/L, CDRS
Occupational Therapist, Certified Driving Rehabilitation Specialist

Julie has worked as an OT at Bozeman Health since fall of 2014. She became a Certified Driving Rehabilitation Specialist fall of 2017 and has been working in driving rehabilitation since January 2015. Alongside driving rehabilitation assessment and training she works with individuals with upper extremity orthopedic injuries, neurologic disorders, vision and cognitive impairment. She has volunteered with the Eagle Mount adaptive ski program for 3 seasons and continues to do so at both Bridger Bowl and Big Sky.

Julie enjoys spending time outdoors, skiing in the winter, playing softball and backpacking in the summer, and training for Half Ironman triathlons throughout the year.

Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University 2012

Master of Health Science in Occupational Therapy from Georgia Regents University 2014

Physical Therapists at Belgrade Clinic - 406-414-3440

Mark Brown, PT

Mark C. Brown, PT, has certification through the Duffy-Rath System of assessment, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders and disability. Mark is IASTM certified and Level 2 certified for Functional Dry Needling. He provides orthopedic/manual therapy emphasis including spinal manipulation and BPPV/vestibular rehabilitation.

Jeanne Korn, MPT

Jeanne Korn, MPT, has experience in a variety of settings including Duffy-Rath System trained for treatment of cervical and lumbar spine, as well as orthopedic post-surgical rehabilitation. She also has post-graduate training in vestibular rehabilitation and is IASTYM certified, and Level II Functional Dry Needling certified.

Danita Mattick, DPT, CSCS

Danita Mattick, DPT, CSCS, specializes in outpatient orthopedics manual therapy and exercise, women's health, pelvic floor, and pre/post-natal care. Danita is trained in Mulligan Concepts and Sahrmann Movement Pattern Dysfunction Approaches, IASTM, and fabrication of short-term orthotics. Certifications include Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN)- Level 2 and as a strength and conditioning specialist.

Anna Thorniley, PT, DPT

Anna Thorniley, PT, DPT, specializes in vestibular, neurologic, and orthopedic rehabilitation. She is skilled at developing individualized strengthening programs, and is Level I Mat Pilates certified. Anna is also certified in Level II Dry Needling.

Physical Therapists - Ridge Athletics - 406-414-1738

Rich Danielson, PT, MS, OCS

Rich graduated in the year 2000 from the University of Montana Physical Therapy school with a Masters of Science. He is an Orthopedic Certified Specialist since 2006 through the American Physical Therapy Association. Rich also completed a Fellowship in 2008 in Movement System Impairments at Washington University School of Physical Therapy in St. Louis. Rich enjoys working with all individuals and has a particular interest in orthopedic rehabilitation.

William (Bill) Glass PT, MS

William (Bill) Glass PT, MS, graduated from the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science at the University of Montana with a master of science in physical therapy in 2002. He then became a certified ASTYM provider in 2008. ASTYM is a technique that utilizes specially designed tools and protocols to work on releasing fascial restrictions and can be helpful when treating people with tendinosis. Bill is also trained to provide Trigger Point Functional Dry Needling. He received his training with Kinetacore in 2013.

Bill has been with Bozeman Health since 2004. He enjoys his work at the Ridge Athletic Club as it affords him the opportunity to work with patients of all ages and abilities. Bill has a special interest in treating the cervical spine, lumbar spine and shoulder dysfunctions.

In his time off Bill enjoys playing in the adult soccer league, hiking, trail running and cross-country skiing. He has lived in Montana for over 20 years.

Kim Larson, PT

Kim Larson, PT, received her master of physical therapy from the University of Puget Sound and has worked for Bozeman Health since 2001. She specializes in outpatient rehabilitation helping people recover from injuries or surgeries of the spine, knee, shoulder, and balance disorders. She does vestibular rehabilitation, IASTYM and Trigger Point Dry Needling. When she is not at work, Kim spends time with her dogs and horses, is hiking or doing yardwork. She grew up on a ranch in Big Timber, Montana.

  • Specializes in recovery from injuries or surgeries of the spine, knee, shoulder, and balance disorders
  • Trained in vestibular rehabilitation
  • Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTYM)
  • Trigger point dry needling

Whitman College- BA in psychology

University of Puget Sound-Master of physical therapy

Jennifer McGuire, PTA

Jennifer graduated as a physical therapy assistant in 2000 from Bellingham Washington. She worked in sports specific rehabilitation in Kansas City with a focus on aquatic therapy for 2 years. Jennifer has worked for Bozeman Health for over 15 years, first with acute care and the rest has been with outpatient physical therapy for the last 13 years, 11 of those years at our satellite clinic in the ridge athletic club.

John Perdaems, PT, MDT, OCS

1992 Graduate of University of Montana Physical Therapy (but I was a CAT fan 1st!)

Board Certified: Orthopedic Certified Specialist

Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment of the Spine from McKenzie Institute

Interests in spinal rehab, shoulder/knee rehab. Certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling.

Special interest in Parkinson’s disease treatment: National Parkinson Foundation certified

Chelsee Pummel, PT, DPT

Chelsee graduated from University of Hawaii - Manoa in 2008 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Sports Nutrition. She then went on to attend PT school in San Diego, graduating with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine in 2013. Chelsee became certified in Intermuscular Stimulation (IMS) trigger point dry needling in 2014. Her specialties include orthopedics rehabilitation and specific interest in running, biking and skiing related injuries. Chelsee has also been trained in vestibular rehabilitation and is certified in women’s health.

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Anthony R Stark DO
Anthony R Stark DO
Alpine Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
536 Cottonwood Rd, Suite 100
Bozeman, MT 59718
(406) 586-8029

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Board Certified)

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Gene A. Slocum MD
Gene A. Slocum MD
Bridger Orthopedic & Sports Medicine
1450 Ellis St. Suite 201
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 587-0122

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Board Certified)

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Bradley L. Aylor MD
Bradley L. Aylor MD
Bozeman Sport & Spine
925 Highland Blvd., Suite 1130
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 522-9067

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Board Certified)

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