John Fiore is a 1993 graduate of the University of Montana physical therapy school. John is the owner of Sapphire Physical Therapy located in Missoula, MT. His areas of expertise include orthopedics, spine pain, manual therapy, running & cycling injuries, biomechanical running analysis, and work-related injuries. John specializes in functional movement analysis and is trained and certified in dry needling techniques for acute and chronic pain associate with injury. As a competitive trail ultra-runner and cyclist, John shares his energy and passion for adventure, fitness and the outdoors through experience, patient motivation, and example. John is the co-founder of RATPOD, a125-mile bicycle ride fundraiser for Camp Mak-A-Dream.
John can be reached at 549-5283 or email@example.com
Lindsey joined us in May 2011, graduating with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana. Originally from Butte, Lindsey enjoys exploring the great outdoors by hiking, mountain biking, camping, and cross-country and downhill skiing. Her professional interests include orthopedic and manual physical therapy utilized to help others return to their active Montana lifestyle. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with a special interest in rehabilitating injured dancers. She is also a Beginner Mat Pilates Certified Instructor and has completed Level 1 of NAIOMT to progress her manual therapy skills. She recently began bouldering at a local rock climbing gym and hopes to try out her new skills in the great outdoors this summer.
You may remember Rachael Herynk when she worked as a receptionist at Sapphire PT from 2006-2008. She joins us again after earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Montana in May of 2011. She is excited to be back at Sapphire! Her professional areas of interest include Women’s Health, working with women to reduce pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, and pain during pregnancy and also general orthopedics injury and rehabilitation, especially helping those with low back pain. Rachael and her classmates helped coordinate a clinic on campus for people without insurance to receive rehabilitation services from physical therapy students. She enjoys everything Missoula including hiking, camping, rafting and cross country skiing and loves to spend her time gardening, cooking and painting.