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Lacey Phelan, DPT

Physical Therapy


 

Biography

Education:

Montana Tech
– Bachelor’s of Science, Occupational Safety and Health 2012
University of Montana
– Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2016

Lacey was raised in Lolo, MT. After graduating from Big Sky High School in Missoula, she went on to Montana Tech in Butte, MT on a volleyball scholarship. There she studied occupational safety and health with the applied health option. Lacey always wanted to work in the medical field, after a volleyball injury involving her shoulder required surgery and rehabilitation, Lacey knew physical therapy was the right
choice for her.

After graduation from the University of Montana’s physical therapy program, Lacey worked in Spokane, WA in an outpatient wound care clinic where they specialized in the evaluation and treatment of all types of wounds, including: venous, arterial, neuropathic, diabetic, pressure, burns, surgical, and/or trauma.

Lacey is happy to be home in the great state of Montana, and is looking forward to continuing her wound care and general outpatient practice at St. Luke’s.

Lacey Phelan

Lacey Phelan, DPT

Physical Therapy


 

Lacey Phelan

Biography

Education:

Montana Tech
– Bachelor’s of Science, Occupational Safety and Health 2012
University of Montana
– Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2016

Lacey was raised in Lolo, MT. After graduating from Big Sky High School in Missoula, she went on to Montana Tech in Butte, MT on a volleyball scholarship. There she studied occupational safety and health with the applied health option. Lacey always wanted to work in the medical field, after a volleyball injury involving her shoulder required surgery and rehabilitation, Lacey knew physical therapy was the right
choice for her.

After graduation from the University of Montana’s physical therapy program, Lacey worked in Spokane, WA in an outpatient wound care clinic where they specialized in the evaluation and treatment of all types of wounds, including: venous, arterial, neuropathic, diabetic, pressure, burns, surgical, and/or trauma.

Lacey is happy to be home in the great state of Montana, and is looking forward to continuing her wound care and general outpatient practice at St. Luke’s.

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