Lindsay was born and raised in the Bitterroot Valley and is a graduate of Corvallis HS. She attended Montana State University for her undergraduate degree in Health and Human Development. Then she attended the University of Montana for her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She has been practicing at Willow Creek PT since 2012. She is ASTYM and functional dry needling certified. She has a special interest in concussion management, vestibular and sports rehabilitation and disorders of the neck and shoulder complex. She enjoys hiking, fishing, gardening, cooking and enjoying the beautiful outdoors.
Carla Albert has over 20 years experience as a physical therapist. She is a native of Missoula, Montana who graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from U of M in 1992. She followed her husband, Mark to the Bitterroot Valley in 1994 and worked for the Bitterroot Valley Education Coop performing physical therapy services for children with special needs. After 14 years working with children of all ages she moved into the adult world and private practice where she has continued to hone her physical therapy skills to improve people’s movement patterns and eliminate pain. She has raised 4 active children spending her free time cheering on her family at swimming, running, volleyball and basketball events. Her hobbies include gardening, hiking, biking, and reading. She will continue following high school sports as Mark continues to teach and coach.
Marcy grew up in Southern California. She attended the University of Washington in Seattle and received her Bachelor of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology. She went on to Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts for her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing since 2003 and has been with Willow Creek Physical Therapy since 2010. She is ASTYM Certified. She has 12 years of clinical experience in outpatient clinical settings with special interest in vestibular rehabilitation and manual therapy. Marcy enjoys hiking, fly fishing, cooking, reading, gardening, and spending time with her husband and three children.
Mackenzie grew up in Oregon and completed her undergraduate degree in Human Physiology at the University of Oregon. She graduated from the University of Montana with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2017. She has additional training in pelvic floor/women's health and is certified in functional dry needling. Mackenzie loves working with patients of all ages. She is passionate about helping people become familiar with how their individual bodies can move functionally without pain. In her free time Mackenzie enjoys trail running, yoga, mountain biking and getting out on the river.
Kim graduated from Great Falls College of Technology-MSU in 2016. She moved from Cut Bank, MT (300 miles away) to work at Willow Creek Physical Therapy. She has two daughters that keep her busy with school and sports. She enjoys spending her time outdoors with her husband. Anything from hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting keeps her busy. If she has to be inside, she likes to watch professional baseball and football or just read a good book.
Kira was born and raised in Billings and graduated from the University of Montana with a bachelor's degree in German, a minor in art, and prerequisites for PT school. After a few years of traveling and adventuring, she decided to go to PTA school and graduated with her associate's degree in 2016 from Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell. Kira lives in Missoula where, in her free time, she trains for triathlons, does DIY projects, travels, serves at a brewery, and plays with her dog.