ABOUT BRIDGE PHYSICAL THERAPY
Bridge is changing the physical therapy patient experience.
Bridging the gap between proven physical therapy practices and personalized care, Bridge offers:
- Focused, one-on-one care.
- Quicker recovery with fewer appointments.
- Strong patient-provider relationships.
- Patient empowerment to achieve lasting success.
Choosing a small PT clinic allows you to spend each appointment entirely with your physical therapist. Treatment typically consists of:
- Uncovering the root cause(s) of your injury.
- Creating a treatment plan unique to you that prioritizes your goals for success.
- Hands-on treatments to address your specific condition(s).
- Specific exercise prescription.
- Review of your exercise program to ensure safety and effectiveness as you progress through your recovery.
MEG ZIMMER, MSPT
Meg earned her Master of Physical Therapy (PT) degree from University of Miami in 1997. Mentored by some of the best manual therapists in the field, Meg boasts over 20 years of experience in orthopedic and manual therapy care. She also completed coursework in massage therapy through the Massage Therapy Institute of Colorado. Meg regularly includes massage work in her physical therapy practice.
Meg is not only a practicing PT, but she also teaches for an internationally-known company. She has trained other physical therapists throughout North America in muscle energy techniques and dry needling. As an expert in this field, Meg was one of the first PTs to introduce dry needling treatments to patients in Southwestern, Montana.
Meg is fluent in both English and Spanish. She excels at helping both athletes and non-athletes recover from injuries and chronic pain conditions. She has enjoyed working with patients in extremely active communities in Colorado and Montana.
Meg lives in Bozeman with her husband Bob, her twins Ruby and Jack and her dog Mabel. She loves spending time with her family (preferably outdoors) and enjoys all that Montana has to offer.