Our Physical Therapy department is open Monday-Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Penny Lee, MPT
Kim Umscheid, PT
Physical Therapist who joins the team with 16 years' experience in Inpatient, Outpatient, Nursing Home, Home Health, and Pediatrics!
Curtis Umscheid, PTA
Fort Benton Physical Therapy
Acute or Chronic Pain Management
Sports/Work Injury Rehabilitation
Low Back Pain
Missouri River Medical Center Physical Therapy accepts insurances including all Blue/Cross Blue/Shield plans and our care is covered by Medicare. If you have any questions about your coverage, please feel free to call or stop by.
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Fort Benton Physical Therapy at MRMC
Penny Lee, MPT, Kim Umscheid PT, and Curtis Umscheid, PTA work as a team to assist our residents with their Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy needs as well as any outpatients who look to us for rehabilitation or pain relieving therapies.
Sportsmetrics offered at FBHS
The Physical Therapy staff at MRMC offers sportsmetrics to FortBenton students during the summer months.
The kids who participate in this program are photographed performing various jumps to identify improper core position. Then through a 6 week series of training sessions, they work on various strength and conditioning techniques and are retested at the end of the session. Knee health was emphasized but overall posture and strength were the goals. The coaches saw impressive results and worked with the PT’s to incorporate some of the ideas into daily workouts.
There is No Reason to Live with Pain or Impaired Immobility
Physical Therapy:(definition) a profession that is responsible for management of the patient's movement system including joint, muscle, ligament and mobility pain. This includes conducting an examination; alleviating impairments and functional limitation; preventing injury, impairment, functional limitation, and disability; and engaging in consultation, education, and research.
Direct interventions include the appropriate use of patient education, therapeutic exercise, and physical agents such massage, thermal modalities, hydrotherapy, electricity, manual therapy techniques and ultra sound.
More simply put, there is no reason to live with pain or impaired immobility. No matter if your pain is from a recent injury or an old one, or if it’s just there and you don’t know why, it’s worth
Regain lost movements
through new technologies in Physical Therapy. Are there movements you just can’t do anymore? Let our Physical Therapy department utilize new technologies to help you regain some of your flexibility. Staying flexible means staying young.
Your health is our business.
Penny Lee, MPT
University of Montana – B.A. in Zoology/Honors
Eastern Washington University – Masters in Physical Therapy
Orthopedic Outpatient – Whidbey General North; Bozeman Physical Therapy
Rehab St. Vincent’s Hospital and Health Center
Acute St. Lukes Regional Medical Center
Pediatrics School District 81 (Spokane), Frenchtown Schools
Benefis East – Acute Care (3 Years)
Benefis West – rehab (ortho/neuro) (5 Years) – hip and knee replacements, falls, fractures, medical, stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s.
Movement System Syndromes of the back and hip: Interactions and best available evidence
Current Concepts in Sports Medicine and Rehab
Innovative PPS/P4P Strategies
Keeping Your COG over you BOS and Stable Mobility
Mulligan – Spinal and Peripheral Therapy Manual Techniques for the Upper Quarter
Mulligan Concept, Lower Quarter (Spinal and Peripheral Manual Techniques for the Lower Quarter
The Lumbopelvic Region – A Systematic Approach Utilizing Manual Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, and Therapeutic Exercises
The Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement System Impairment Syndromes – Lower Quarter Advanced Application
The Pilates Method for use as Therapeutic and Corrective Exercise
Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Management of Persons with Spinal Cord Injury
Differential Diagnosis in Physical Therapy
Beyond Kegels – Evaluation and Treatment of Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction
Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation
FIM Review; Spasticity; Spinal Cord Injury Workshop; Issues in treatment of cervical injuries; Stroke Studies; Gait, Assistive Devices, AFO’s, Skin Care Standard for Rehab Patients, Strategies for Prevention of skin breakdown.