Living life to the fullest starts with ensuring your body is functioning at its best. At Copper City Physical Therapy, we've been helping our clients restore movement, strength, and independence since 2015. It’s our mission to provide a superior level of care in a fun and nurturing environment, so when you come in for your appointment, you'll be greeted with a smile and guided through a session that's focused specifically on your needs. Our experts specialize in all kinds of treatments ranging from spinal stability to dry needling. Whether you're experiencing pain or you simply want to stay in shape, we’ll get you moving and feeling your best.
Physical Therapist Assistant
Julie graduated from Great Falls College –MSU with an Associate of Applied Science degree in 2012. She is LSVT-BIG certified. She has lived in Butte since 2004 and worked as a physical therapy aide prior to completing her PTA degree.
MPT - Owner/ Physical Therapist
Jacquie graduated from the University of MT Physical Therapy School in 2001. She has practiced in outpatient physical therapy throughout her career. She has a love for the sport and orthopedic physical therapy and has greatly enjoyed serving the good people of Butte for over a decade. She is certified in trigger point dry needling and LSVT-BIG. She and her family live in Butte where she plans to continue assisting the people of southwest Montana in returning to the activities they love.
Stacie is originally from Butte, MT. She served 21 years in the U.S. Air Force medical service in several countries, including Germany and Afghanistan, as well as various states in the U.S. She currently resides in Butte with her daughter.
Physical Therapist Assistant
Kelsee earned her Bachelor's in Health and Human Performance in 2011. After graduating, she attended Great Falls College-MSU and graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant Program in 2012. Helping people has always been her passion, no matter what age. She loves the outpatient setting, where she gets to see the improvements each patient makes. Kelsee recently moved to Butte and loves living close to the mountains.
DPT, OCS, CSCS
Tim hails from a small town in the middle of NY state. He has been a PT since 2000, spending the majority of his time in outpatient orthopedic PT clinics. He is a graduate of Utica College of Syracuse University and Evidence in Motion’s School of Health Professions Doctoral Program. He completed EIM’s Evidence-Based Practice orthopedic residency program. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. He is certified in ASTYM and a certified provider of Sole Supports Custom Fit Foot Orthotics. He has vast experience in manual therapy, has extensive experience in treating dizziness and vertigo, and is able to provide video running analysis and training. Outside of work, Tim loves spending time with his family.
Jacquie McAdam, MPT, and Julie Watson, PTA, earned their certifications in LSVT BIG, a program designed to help people with Parkinson's disease. The program has been developed and scientifically researched over the past 25 years with funding from the National Institutes for Health. The idea behind LSVT BIG is to re-calibrate the nervous system for a patient with Parkinson's disease from moving small to moving with larger, more normal movement to improve gait, balance, and function with daily activities. The LSVT BIG program consists of four weeks of physical therapy, where the patient is seen four times per week without interruption, along with a home exercise program. It can only be provided by an LSVT BIG-certified physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant under PT supervision. The program is intense and requires a large amount of effort on the part of the patient and the therapist, but the rewards can be great! More information on LSVT BIG can be found at www.LSVTglobal.com. To make an appointment, or to see if LSVT BIG might work for you, call Copper City PT at 299-2450