Berube Physical Therapy opening
Berube Physical Therapy will have a grand opening of a new Kalispell location Feb. 17 from 4 to 5 p.m.
The new clinic is located at 120 W. Idaho St. Suite A.
The company has ben serving Lolo and Columbia Falls since 2017.
Berube is co-founded by Columbia Falls native Dulcie Berube and her husband Justin Lee. It offers a wide variety of treatment services that help those living with back, neck, shoulder injuries, sports injuries and even those suffering with chronic issues. Berube’s services focus on unique rehab programs that are individualized to patient’s needs.
“We are excited about the relocation and opening of our Kalispell physical therapy clinic in the CHS mountain west building,” said Berube. “It has been a [tiring] year of planning and hard work by the Berube Physical Therapy team and our clinical support partner PRN Physical Therapy. We’ve enjoyed being a part of the Kalispell community and this is a major reinvestment and further commitment to our desire to be in Kalispell. Our Kalispell clinic director Kalani McLaughlin is also really excited to be leading our team there.”
Kalani McLaughlin will oversee the clinical programs at the new Kalispell location. McLaughlin, a Kalispell local, holds a bachelor’s in Health and Human Performance from the University of Montana Western. McLaughlin also earned her PTA (physical therapy assistant) AAS accreditation from Flathead Valley Community College.
With a deep background in sports, both as a player and coach, McLaughlin provides a valued perspective into rehabilitative care, including sports-specific treatments.