University of Montana Physical Therapy Clinic

The University of Montana Physical Therapy Clinic (UMPT Clinic) provides high quality, patient-centered physical therapy care while serving as a teaching facility for graduate physical therapy students. Your care will be provided by a licensed physical therapist, along with graduate physical therapy interns. 

Skaggs 129. Ph: 406.243.4006  Fax: 406.243.4303

Our Mission

The mission of The University of Montana Physical Therapy Clinic is to provide services that include physical therapy and wellness to the University of Montana students, faculty and staff and active individuals of all ages in the community. In addition to physical therapy services, the UMPT Clinic also provides fitness and wellness programs for people with physical limitations, disabilities, and chronic illnesses.

Our History

Nora Staael Evert, a pioneer of physical therapy in the 1950's, originally studied dance in NYC. Nora was instrumental in starting the UMPT Clinic in 1967, she was known for her positive energy, strength, creativity and originality. Her spirit carries on as the staff of the UMPT Clinic strives to provide high quality and innovative care for every kind of movement dysfunction.

The UMPT Clinic Difference

The UMPT Clinic is fully staffed by nationally renowned faculty in the University of Montana Doctor of Physical Therapy program. UMPT Clinic physical therapists consistently publish and present on the latest breakthroughs in physical therapy. The UMPT Clinic offers a unique blend of Orthopedic, Sports, Neurological, and Work-related physical therapy. The convenient location in the Skaggs Building on the University of Montana campus and easy parking create a welcoming environment for patients. The UMPT Clinic is open to all community members and accepts most major insurances.

Our Forms

The UMPT Clinic Intake forms.


  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Sports and Recreational Rehabilitation and Performance Enhancement
  • Osteoarthritis Care / Total Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
  • Spine Care
  • Manual Physical Therapy
  • Worker's Compensation Rehabilitation
  • Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Rehabilitation
    Postural Re-Education
  • Treatment for Acute and Chronic Pain
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Therapy
    Instrumented Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Incontinence Therapy
  • Stroke
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis, Transverse Myelitis
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Cerebral Palsy (adults)
  • Chronic cardiac conditions and other complex medical conditions
  • Impairments in walking ability
  • Balance disorders
  • Falls
  • Degenerative arthritis or joint disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Compression fractures
  • Post surgical conditions such as total knee or hip surgery, spine surgery
  • Neuropathy
  • ALS