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WELCOME / Fischer Physical Therapy

Thank you for taking a few minutes to understand more about who we are, what we do, and what makes us different. We invite you to experience our unique and effective solutions to your painful and limiting physical issues. Come now…Live the victory! ™

We invite you to experience our unique and effective solutions to your painful and limiting physical issues. Our core beliefs…the Fischer Physical Therapy Difference are guided by the principles of respect and compassion for the patient, insightful and individualized care that starts with carefully listening to you; combined with a passion to help you return to a happier and more pain-free lifestyle as soon as possible.

We have a genuine respect for the marvelous designs and capacity of the body to heal. Rather than attempting to force changes, we seek to work in harmony with the natural laws of healing within the body as a catalyst and facilitator. We look to fix the root problems causing your pain rather than chasing after symptoms. To quote C.S. Lewis, “we work to stimulate natural functions or remove what hinders them”.

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ABOUT US / Meet our Staff

Matthew S. Fischer, MSPT


Bobbie Bliss Rasmann, MSPT

Physical Therapist

Morgan M. Wagner, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Chelsea M. Harper, DPT


Carley Lohof, PTA


Kelly Fischer


Megan Tatz-Morey

Support Staff, Lead Receptionist

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Authentic service is at the heart of what Fischer Physical Therapy is all about. The therapeutic treatments provided here are the work of a relentless quest to find the most effective and long-lasting interventions possible. We understand, however, that the best interventions are not performed in a vacuum. Thus we have taken every effort to make the environment comfortable, positive, and conducive to healing.


FAQs / Common Questions

Fischer Physical Therapy is much different than typical outpatient physical therapy clinics. We hear positive comments about this regularly. Our approach is holistic in nature. "Holistic" is a term that refers to the philosophy of treating the physical body as a whole with many inter-connected and inter-related parts, rather than focusing on only the injured region. We treat the whole person, within the scope of physical therapy practice, because of the profound influences many "distant" parts of the body have on the injured region. For more information on what makes us unique, see "Discover the Fischer Physical Therapy Difference."
Absolutely not. The majority of the patients we treat at Fischer Physical Therapy are unaware of how their painful condition started. Sometimes it is an accumulation of physical stresses. Other times, symptoms may not develop for months or years after a minor injury. If you are in any degree of pain and it is influencing the way you function, you are a great candidate to receive our services.
The State of Montana has set laws that allow anyone to seek physical therapy without the referral of a physician or medical professional. Despite this, some insurance companies still require a referral to cover physical therapy costs. The insurance plans we most frequently deal with allow for "direct access" for physical therapy services without a prescription from a doctor. Feel free to call us for additional information or check with your insurance company.
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Physical Therapists are professionally educated at a university level and hold a Bachelors, Masters, or Doctorate degree in physical therapy. They are licensed in the state they practice. The scope of physical therapy practice is defined by the American Physical Therapy Association to include the following:
  1. A physical therapist provides services to patients/clients who have impairments, functional limitations, disabilities or changes in physical function and health status resulting from an injury, disease or other causes.
  2. A physical therapist practices in collaboration with a variety of health care professionals including physicians, physician's assistants, dentists, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers and many others.
  3. A physical therapist provides prevention, wellness, consultation and educational services both in the clinic and in the community.
  4. Physical therapists are extensively trained in the areas of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems of the body and therefore they can be very effective in treating a wide variety of injuries and illnesses. Medical and evidence base research provides the foundation for physical therapy practice.
Link to APTA website

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Top 7 Tips for a Pain Free Lifestyle

Top 7 Tips for a Pain Free Lifestyle These days we see so many pics in the pop-health media about wellness.  Striving for wellness and avoiding unnecessary pain is about having a body whose every system is in good working order. The

Where Does Pain Come From?

There are several causes of pain, and they can be related to the mind, the body or caused by general stress. We live in a stressful world, and the most common causes of pain are: 1) Strain associated with day to day

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Fischer Physical Therapy
25 Neill Ave Ste 209
Helena MT 59601
Phone: (406) 449-3060

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