Range Physical Therapy & Wellness opened on April 1st, 2022 after a change of clinic name and ownership between two hardworking Missoulians. The clinic has been in operation since 2018.
During the initial planning of our clinic, we were looking at a map of Montana in which the the word “Range” popped out at us. Our clinic’s name, slogan, and logo were created with both Montana and physical therapy and wellness related meanings: bison range, mountain range,
range of motion, strength, function, abilities… everything!
We uphold our slogan to, “Expand your range. Enhance your life.”
We cannot wait to be your clinic of choice in Missoula, MT!
Range PT is owned by a fifth-generation Missoula, MT business owner and founded on a passion to maximize our community's movement capabilities and health.
Maddie Small, DPT
Maddie graduated with her Bachelors of Science degree in Health and Human Performance, Exercise Science from the University of Montana in 2016 and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in May 2019. Maddie is well embedded in the Missoula community and offers a wealth of knowledge and resources with clinical interest and specialties in general orthopedic, oncology, Multiple Sclerosis, as well as outdoor recreation and sports rehabilitation. She is certified in Functional Dry Needling and has training in Pilates. She enjoys anything outdoors and spending time with her family, friends, and dog, Tikka. Maddie is passionate about how movement enhances one’s quality of life.
Adrianne Kuhr, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Adrianne completed the well-rounded massage program that was offered at New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics. In 2017, she became licensed in the state of Montana and has been a practicing massage therapist since. She appreciates working with clients who are committed to their physical and mental well-being, intending to create a therapeutic relationship in which to achieve therapeutic goals. She understands the profound involvement of the nervous system throughout a massage and works to communicate with it for effective relaxation. This communication is beneficial for all types of massage – whether Deep Tissue, Swedish, or Sports massage.
In addition to maintaining her massage therapy continuing education credits, Adrianne is also currently earning her Undergraduate Degree in Exercise Science at the University of Montana. She loves to hike with her two dogs, Escher and Uma, and enjoys learning all about anatomy and physiology!