Matthew S. Fischer, MSPT, received his Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2000 from the University of Montana. He has practiced in Helena since that time in outpatient orthopedic settings exclusively. In 2004, Matthew set out to establish Fischer Physical Therapy with emphasis on quality care and superior results. Matthew’s approach is biased toward specialized hands-on techniques, while progressing each client toward independent management with gentle exercise. In 2005, Matthew became 1 of 50 therapists in the U.S. to complete advanced training in Primal Reflex Release Technique.
Shortly thereafter, he qualified to become an instructor for this approach to healing and has taught courses throughout the Northwest. Matthew emphasizes a whole body approach to healing that integrates many types of therapeutic interventions. He continues to develop many innovative applications using both manual techniques and exercise. Chronic pain related to the spine and muscles/joints are his greatest interest. Matthew finds great fulfillment with his faith, family, and an active lifestyle on a small farm outside Helena and the great outdoors.
Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, 2000; EWU
Masters of Science in Physical Therapy, 2002; UM