Physical Therapy Clinic in Missoula, MT
To expand our community’s range of movement, health, and wellness to enhance the lives of Montanans through comprehensive and exceptional care.
Kolin Hunton, DPT is now accepting new patients!
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EXPAND YOUR RANGE
ENHANCE YOUR LIFE
Range Physical Therapy + Wellness is an outpatient orthopedic clinic centrally located in Missoula, Montana. We offer individualized physical therapy services to best meet your needs. At Range Physical Therapy, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care to help you achieve your goals and enhance your life.
We use movement, patient education, and clinical judgment as some of our main tools to get you back to your lifelong health and wellness. We understand that no two people or injuries are ever the same, so our various approaches and services caters to every person who walks into our clinic. We provide care that encompasses and heightens your entire health and wellness. Whether you are recovering from injury or surgery, seeking out injury prevention, or looking to heighten your functional capacity, we are here to expand your range.
As a clinic, we are well embedded in our Missoula, MT community. Our clinic operates with the culture and morals of Montanans - hard work, honesty, compassion, and integrity. We are passionate about maximizing our community's movement and health.
Learn more about our professional staff - Maddie Small, DPT and Kolin Hunton, DPT
If you are a current patient and you can't find an appointment time....
"I knew from the first day that I picked the right physical therapy place. Maddie is passionate about her job. I told her it was important for me to get back to work. She patiently listened to me, then told me how and what I would be doing to get back work. On 10/28/22 I had my thyroid removed and could barely move arm up to shoulder height. Now I can lift arm well over my head. I was back at work with limitations after two weeks. Still going two times a week and getting stronger. Thanks, Dr. Maddie Small"
- J. T.