Meet the team at St. Peter's Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab at Capital City Health Club.
Lindsey Bone, PT
Credentials: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, MDT Certification (McKenzie Method of Diagnosis and Treatment)
Areas of Specialty: McKenzie method for treatment of spine and extremities, Mechanical treatment and diagnoses of the spine and joints as well as vestibular care, orthopedics, and headaches
Education: BS in Exercise Science from University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Elon University in North Carolina in 2014
Lindsey enjoys everything outdoors, especially hiking, trail running, skiing and paddle boarding. She likes to travel around Montana to experience all of its beauty. She also enjoys all sports- watching and playing- especially basketball and baseball.
Laura Braun PT
Credentials: Master of Science Physical Therapy
Clinical Interests: Pediatrics
Education: Bachelors in Biology from Carroll College, 1998; Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from University of the Pacific, 2000
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my kids and husband; biking, hiking, cross country skiing, reading, crafting, as well as enjoying the great Montana outdoors.
Tim Casey, PTA
Credentials: Physical Therapy Assistant
Clinical Areas of Specialty: Certified Personal Trainer through NSCA
Education: Associate degree, Physical Therapy Assistant from MSU-College of Technology in 1999
Tim enjoys spending time with his wife Lori and sons, Keegan, Brennan and Kaelan, including coaching youth baseball and football teams.
Kyla Getz, PT
Credentials: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, OCS, (Orthopedic Certified Specialist), MFD Certification (Myofascial Decompression [cupping] Certified)
Clinical Areas of Specialty: Orthopedic and sport-specific rehabilitation, post-operative rehabilitation, postural retraining, aquatics, pediatrics, manual therapy, oncology
Education: BS in Health and Human Performance with emphasis in Exercise Science from University of Montana. Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Creighton University.
Kyla loves sports and outdoor activities of all varieties, regularly enjoying running, volleyball, hiking, camping, snowshoeing and downhill skiing. She loves to travel, especially if it includes her pups, so please share your favorite experiences.
Jessica Hendricks, PT, CCHC PT Supervisor
Credentials: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, CMTPT (Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist), ASTYM Certified
Clinical Areas of Specialty: Orthopedics, Sports and Running Injury, Trigger Point Dry Needling, Soft Tissue Management including Sprains, Strains, Tendonitis and Scar Tissue, Headaches
Education: BS in Exercise Physiology and Metabolism from Washington State University and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Montana.
Jessica keeps active with two children, a husband and growing ranch home. She also shoots competitive pistol matches in the summer and enjoys participating in hunting season every fall. When home, she likes to bake and sew.
Margaret Koenig, PT
Credentials: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Clinical Interests: Neurologic rehabilitation, Aquatics, Geriatric Rehab, Inpatient Rehab
Areas of Specialty: Clinical Instructor
Education: Carroll College Bachelor’s in Biology and Psychology 2011; Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences, Rochester, MN: Doctor of Physical Therapy 2014
In my free time, I enjoy staying busy by playing tennis, learning to play the cello, eating dessert, dreaming about the pet cow I’ll have someday, and hanging out with all my littles.
Tara Pfeifer, PT
Credentials: Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Clinical Interests: Orthopedics, sports injuries, running injuries, pre/post natal care, pelvic floor dysfunction
Education: Bachelor’s degree from Carroll College in Helena, MT, Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Montana in Missoula, MT
Tara enjoys trail running, fly fishing, hiking, backpacking, wakeboarding, snowboarding and hanging out with her puppies.
Mary Stevens, PT
Credentials: Masters of Physical Therapy
Areas of Specialty: Aquatic therapy and acute physical therapy
Education: Applied Health Science from Montana Tech, Master’s of Physical Therapy from Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles/Chapman University in 1991.
Mary enjoys spending time with her family, including her four-legged child and travelling to warm places
Melissa Stiles, PT
Credentials: BS/MS PT
Clinical Interests or Areas of Specialty: Pediatrics, STAR Cancer Rehab, night time positioning, ankle/foot positioning and bracing
Education: Bachelor of Science/Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from D'Youville College in Buffalo, NY
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends/family, watching sports, reading, crafts and spending time outside in the sunshine.