Annie Gayvert graduated from the University of Portland with her Bachelor’s of Science in Life Science and a Minor in Psychology. She went on to earn a doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Montana. Her doctorial work included travel abroad to complete research on the activity levels of children in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Annie received certification and national recognition as an Orthopaedic Clinic Specialist (OCS) by APTA in 2016. OCS recognizes advanced clinical knowledge and skill in the area of orthopedic physical therapy.
Annie was trained utilizing the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy approach and specializes in rehabilitation of orthopedic conditions. She enjoys working with athletes and individuals wishing to return to their prior level of function and provides treatment and exercises specific to each individual’s sport or occupation.
After working as a physical therapist in both Oregon and Washington, Annie returned to her home state of Montana to join the Northern Rockies team. Annie’s love of mountains and Missoula outdoors motivates her to stay active and help others get back to the activities they love.
In her spare time, Annie enjoys running, hiking, mountain biking, and baking.