Thank you Foders.com for saying what we’ve know all along. Bozeman is special and all of us here at Excel Physical Therapy are so thankful to work and live here. Here’s the link to the full article and the excerpt featuring Bozeman below:
What it’s Like: This Big Sky Country college town is a nature-lover’s paradise, no matter the season.
Founded in the late-1800’s to service travelers along a mining trail, Bozeman today is home to 37,280 permanent residents, as well as the fluctuating student population of Montana State University. The college presence lends the place an arty vibe; popular activities include the year-round Bozeman Symphony Society and summertime Shakespeare in the Parks. The mix of faculty, students, cowboys, outdoor enthusiasts, and the odd celebrity has also elevated the dining scene; The rotating menu at John Bozeman’s Cafe in the historic downtown might feature Jamaican jerk chicken, while the bison burgers and Kobe beef at Montana Ale Works pair perfectly with the 40 beers on tap. Hotels like the Gallain River Lodge, set on a 350-acre working ranch, and the Lehrkind Mansion, a former brewer’s residence-turned-B&B, make ideal bases for fly fishing, skiing, rafting, and exploring Yellowstone National Park.
Posted by Sandra Ramani on March 19, 2013/Foders.com
Thank you to our patients who share their success stories with us. The following update is from a Bozeman patient of ours who recently completed rehab with Jason following knee surgery. After her surgery and rehab, she completed demanding hikes in the Highland Mary Lakes and Grand Turk regions in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. She writes to Jason "...Again, my thanks for your persistence and ability to prescribe what was needed." Congratulations to D.H. for taking on these demanding long-distance hikes with elevations up to 12,400 feet! May her inspiring endeavor be an inspiration to others and especially, you, as well!View more testimonials from Excel PT clients »