Mary Marshall graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010 from the Univeristy of Montana and has worked at Lone Peak Physical Therapy since 2014. Since graduating she became a Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Mary has a Bachelor of Science with Psychology and Biochemistry majors from the University of Tasmania.
Mary has worked primarily in orthopedic outpatient settings and really enjoys helping people progress through the stages of healing to get back to activities they love to do. Mary individualizes treatment and gives patients the education and skills to accelerate healing and be empowered to maintain healthy living. Mary treats a broad spectrum of orthopedic conditions, sports related injuries, women’s health and is certified in IMS functional dry needling for trigger point release.
Mary is a PSIA level III Alpine and Telemark instructor and Clinician in both disciplines for the Northern Rocky Mountain Division. She likes to integrate her skiing experience with Physical Therapy and you may find her leading clinics on biomechanics of skiing, or presenting on ski injury prevention.
Mary is married to Tom and has a baby boy, Cameron, and two cats. When she has spare time, Mary likes to be outdoors, particularly skiing, rafting or mountain biking, but will also spend time doing yoga, going to the gym, and playing the piano.