Dr. Jennell Day-Humphrey PT, DPT, Cert DN, CSCS
Dr. Jennell Day-Humphrey received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biomedical Sciences and Human Health Performance from the University of Montana Western in 2007 where she also played collegiate basketball. She then completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy (PT) Degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in 2010. Jennell most recently served as Vice President of Operations/ PT for Professional Therapy Associates in Kalispell, MT. She was also the Clinical Director/PT for Physiotherapy Associates in Iowa and the Sports Medicine Director/PT at Beartooth Hospital in Red Lodge, MT; all of which helped her gain the experience necessary to manage her own clinic. She is a Helena native and is excited to serve this amazing community. Jennell’s specialty areas include Manual Therapy, Sports Injury, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Work Injury, Concussion Management, Balance Training, Headaches, TMJ Disorder and Running Analysis. Her certifications include:
- Dry Needling through the Spinal Manipulation Institute;
- Selective Functional Movement Analysis; and,
- Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Jennell, her husband Brant, and their dog Max enjoy hiking, climbing, camping, and skiing in their free time.
Dr. Megan Wrigg, PT, DPT
Dr. Megan Wrigg received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Carroll College in 2008 and completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree at the University of Montana in 2011. Megan held a career as a professional ballet dancer with a strong background in classical and contemporary styles. When transitioning to a physical therapist she worked with several Chicago based dance companies including the Joffrey Ballet, Hubbard Street and River North, providing onsite injury screens and dance rehab. Megan has a passion for providing education and treatment to young dancers in hopes they can decrease the overall instances of repetitive injuries to their bodies while growing up as a dancer. Megan works with the Montana Dance Arts Association at the yearly conferences educating and providing services to all Montana Dancers in multiple disciplines. Megan’s specialty areas include: Dance Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sports Injury and Rehabilitation, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Pilates, Yoga, Barre, and Running Analysis. Her certifications include: IMX Pilates; Mat and Reformer, Ultrabarre and Barre Connect Instructor, Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She is currently working on her NAIOMPT certification. Megan and her husband Kam enjoy watching and supporting their 3 children, Nick, Lexi and Torri, in their college, high-school, and pre-school sporting activities. They enjoy being an active family with a love to travel.
Dr. Tori Witowic PT, DPT, Cert DN
Dr. Tori Witowic received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of North Dakota in 2013. She then completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND in 2016. Tori has special interests in manual therapy, orthopedic rehabilitation, neurodynamics, and vestibular diagnoses. She is a new resident to Montana and is appreciative to be able to serve the people of Helena. She enjoys hiking, camping, running, and fishing in her free time.
Dr. Brooke Darfler PT, DPT
Dr. Brooke Darfler was born and raised in Helena, Montana. She received her Bachelor of Science in 2014 from Montana State University where she was also a member of the Montana State Cheerleading Squad. She then went on to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois in 2017. Brooke is excited to be back home and is ready to serve the Helena community. In her free time she enjoys hanging out with family and taking advantage of all the great activities Montana has to offer.
Dr. Noah Eshleman PT, DPT, AT, CSCS, Cert DN
Dr. Noah Eshleman completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND where he also earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. Noah worked as an Athletic Trainer at the University of Mary and Sanford Health working with baseball, football, and track athletes. Noah also spent time as a strength and conditioning coach for Sanford POWER in Bismarck. Noah has special interests in Sports Injuries, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Manual Therapy, Sports Performance, and Vestibular diagnoses. His certifications include: • Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC) • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) Noah enjoys filling his free time with outdoor activities and practicing Judo. He is new to Helena and is excited to serve the community.
Dr. Sierra Richmond, PT, DPT, Functional Dry Needling, CSCS
Dr. Sierra Richmond received her Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Carroll College in 2009 and completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Montana in 2016. She then pursued clinical experiences in Helena with Veterans Affairs and has worked in Big Sky, MT treating skiers and snowboarders. She also traveled to Cape Town, South Africa for a sports and pediatric clinical internship.
Sierra comes to PEAK Physical Therapy after completing a year-long orthopedic clinical residency in Madison, WI in 2017. While in Madison, she taught at the UW-Madison PT program and presented five clinical case studies as part of her residency training.
Sierra specializes in orthopedic rehabilitation for all ages, sports injury (especially running and skiing), running analysis, and pelvic floor rehabilitation. She prefers a team-based approach to give patients the tools to move better and return or progress to their activities of choice and to achieve their goals. Her certifications include:
Functional Dry Needling Level 1 through Kinetacore
Strength and Conditioning Specialist through NSCA
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Level 1 through Herman & Wallace Institute
Sierra enjoys spending her free time outdoors with her sweetheart John and their dog Neko. She is often found running on Helena’s trails, mountain biking, skiing (alpine, backcountry and Nordic), hiking, backpacking, and floating on Montana’s rivers. She is excited to be back in Montana and caring for the Community of Helena.
Seth Walton, ATC
Seth Walton is a native of Helena, MT. He obtained a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Mary, where he also played football. Seth became a Board Certified Athletic Trainer in 2016. Seth enjoys working with physically active individuals of all ages. When he is not around sports medicine, he enjoys spending time at the lake with his lady Neeka, and their daughter Montgomery.
Brant Humphrey, MS, CSCS, FMSC
Brant has a master’s degree in kinesiology from A.T. Still University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Experience includes Program Coordinator for the Parisi Speed working with athletes ages 7-18 in sports performance, speed, and strength training. The University of Iowa Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning working with men’s and women’s basketball, track, swimming, cross country, volleyball, and baseball. NFL Combine training with Test Football Academy, football coach and strength and conditioning coach at the high school and collegiate levels.
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