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With a timeless and dramatic approach, these fine art styled images are photographed in studio in Granby. I've had a passion for taking styled images for years and realized how unique they are, especially for children. These images focus on the eyes and captures their personality and soul. Pictures of our children are more than a memory for us, they're something that they'll pass down to their future children to show them what they looked like as kids. Our childhood pictures become part of our narrative and legacy.
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Frequently asked questions
Do I need a referral to come to physical therapy?
Due to insurance requirements, most insurance companies require that you have a referral in order to come to physical therapy. However, there are some insurance companies that do not require a referral though. If you are unsure, you can call us to inquire about your specific insurance company or call them directly with the phone number on the back of your insurance card.
What insurance do you accept?
We accept most major insurance companies. We know how confusing the insurance world can be. If you are unsure what you need in order to come in for a visit with us, do not hesitate to call and ask any questions. We are here to help you navigate through the ins and outs of your insurance.
What do you specifically treat?
What makes Montana Spine & Joint Rehab (MTSJR) different from other physical therapy clinics?
Besides our direct focus on you and your goals, we also require our therapists to complete the Mechancial Diagnosis and Treatment Degree (MDT) for the McKenzie Method. This degree enables them to make a quicker and more specific diagnosis and develop a customized treatment plan to get you better, faster. Additionally, we provide private treatment rooms, one on one appointments with the physical therapist rather than a PT aide or tech, exercises tailored to your specific problem, frequent adjustments to your treatment plans to make sure it is the right treatment plan for you.
Were you formally named Nash Rehab?
Yes! We changed our name from Nash Rehab to Montana Spine & Joint Rehab in 2018. We still have the same great care and many of the same physical therapists, but our name has since changed.