How Great Northern is addressing COVID-19

We know that there is a lot of uncertainty in the world right now with the COVID-19 pandemic. Here at Great Northern your health is our first priority. We wanted to let you know the steps we are taking to help curb the spread of the virus. Many of the guidelines the CDC has put out to help the spread are things we at Great Northern have alway been doing; washing hands, sanitizing work surfaces etc. In addition to continuing to wash hands before and after each patient we are asking our patients to wash their hands before and after each visit. We continue to sanitize all work surface after each use with EPA approved cleaners. We are also accommodating patients by providing a private treatment room if they would like one. Based on CDC recommendations we are asking anyone (patient or employee) that has any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 to not come into the clinic. We are also asking any patients that feel they are at risk or live with someone at risk to self-isolate as much as they feel they need to. We are always here to answer your questions so don’t be afraid to give us a call!

Early Season Nordic Skiing Drills

Early Season Nordic Skiing DrillsThanks to the Bridger Ski Foundation the Gallatin Valley has some of the best groomed nordic ski trails in the nation! The snow is finally here (hopefully to stay) and soon the trails will be getting into skiing shape. Early season is...

Volunteering Outside the Physical Therapy Clinic

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A Guide to Achilles Pain

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Preventing Early Summer Injury

As the days get longer and the trails get drier it usually means your running and biking miles will start to increase. We get asked a lot how to prevent injury in this transition season. Often this is when we go from exercising more at the gym or on the ski hill to...