Our goal at North Platte Physical Therapy - Gillette, WY is to have the most compassionate and well-trained staff in Campbell county. With 4 professionals on staff, we are able to specialize in a wide variety of treatment approaches and patient populations. And after providing services to Gillette, and surrounding areas for over 20 years. We’ve seen it all, treating everything from pediatrics to geriatrics. We make your Physical Therapy goals our goals.
In order to better serve our community, North Platte Gillette Physical Therapy offers a Bumps and Bruises program for our Sheriffs, Police, Fire Department, and youth athletes. Bumps and Bruises is designed to evaluate the patient’s problem areas and get our athletes “back in the game”. Our goal is to get the patient or first responder back to their job or sport. We also offer a variety of other services for Medicare patients, student athletes, and others.
North Platte Gillette Physical Therapy, is dedicated to providing the best care, customer service, and insurance transparency to all of our patients. We want our patients to feel comfortable and understand their individual insurance benefits for Physical Therapy. As a courtesy we do verify all patient’s insurance and explain coverage. At North Platte Gillette Physical Therapy, we offer extended hours to meet all of our patient’s needs. Walk-in appointments are always welcomed. Call 307-686-2569 today to schedule your appointment.
North Platte Gillette Physical Therapy
Address: 620 4-J Court, Gillette, WY 82716
I knew from a young age that I wanted to help individuals rehab naturally and physical therapy was that perfect fit. I enjoy getting to know each patient I come in contact with and make it a priority to help them reach their goals.
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Hometown: Douglas, WY
Family: Parents: Chuck & Lisa Mangus, Sister: Jessica Mangus, Wife: Brooke, Puppy Dog: Bexley
Hobbies: Cycling, archery, fly-fishing, and hunting.
I have always had a nurturing and caring spirit; gravitating towards jobs and activities where I could help others. I also love the human body, how it works and is intricately put together. When looking at possible career fields as a high school student, physical therapy seemed to be the perfect fit for me! Practicing in outpatient physical therapy has allowed me the joy of helping others reach their goals and dreams.
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Hometown: Cheyenne, Wyoming
Family: Rex and Barb (parents)
Hobbies: Triathlon’s, running half marathon’s, travel medical missions, reading
In 1999 my husband passed away unexpectedly and I was in need of a way to provide for myself and children. I knew I was interested in a career in the medical field. At the end of my degree study at Gillette College my advisor gave me an application for the PTA program at Central Wyoming Community College. The idea of being a PTA was exciting. I enjoy working with people and making a difference in a persons quality of life.
Hometown: Gillette, Wyoming
Family: Bruce (husband), Wendi, Chris, and Amanda (children) and 6 grandchildren
Hobbies: Spending time with family, cooking, and baking
"Physical therapy has been a huge influence on my life and well-being; in high school I had two sports injuries. I joined this field of practice with the outlook to help others resume a quality of living desirable to each individual patient the same way my physical therapists did for me when I was a patient."
Professional Memberships: Wyoming Boards of Physical Therapy
Hometown: Casper, WY
Family: Ben (Fiance), Bexley Jean (fur baby)
Hobbies: Hunting, camping, cycling, skiing, and playing with my dog Bexley
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