Paige received her undergraduate degree from Carroll College in Helena in 2014, where she double majored in Chemistry and Biology, as well as playing as a left outside defender on Carroll’s soccer team. She went on to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in 2017.
Paige was heavily involved in research in graduate school and is passionate about education and research in the physical therapy community. She has completed continuing education in Women’s Health through Herman and Wallace, which allows her to treat the pelvic floor, and is also certified in dry needling. Paige is currently studying for and working towards completing a Fellowship in Applied Functional Science through the Gray Institute. She specializes in treating orthopedic, neurological, and sports-related injuries, as well as the pelvic floor. Paige enjoys listening to her patients’ stories and treating the whole person, not just the injury.
When she’s not in the clinic, Paige loves to cross country and downhill ski in the winter. In the summer, you can find her outside biking, running, or hiking. Her husband, Jeff Sabatka, is also a physical therapist in Bozeman.