Our Physical Therapists – Meet the Staff


 

 

Columbia Falls’ Hometown Physical Therapist – Dulcie Berube, BS, MSPT

Dulcie Berube, BS, MSPT is a Columbia Falls native who was born and raised in Northwestern Montana. She attended Columbia Falls High School before continuing her education first at Montana State University in Bozeman, and then obtaining her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in Missoula. In 2017 she decided to better serve her home town and the community of the Flathead Valley by branching off and opening Berube Physical Therapy.

C Falls' Hometown Physical Therapist - Dulcie BerubeHer career began in Helena, MT where she worked as an outpatient physical therapist and then as Director of Rehabilitation in a skilled nursing facility. She returned home to the Flathead Valley in 2011 taking a position first as an Assistant Director of outpatient therapy at Immanuel Lutheran Skilled Care Center, and then transitioning into full time outpatient therapy.

Her experience includes neurological/stroke rehabilitation, total joint rehab, back and neck pain, joint therapy, aquatic therapy, and sports rehabilitation.

She lives in Columbia Falls with her family, where she is very active in the community!

 

 

 

Sean Jacquay, PTA

Sean went to high school in Big Timber Montana where he enjoyed playing every sport they had to offer. He then moved on to MSU Bozeman where he graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology. After graduation Sean moved to Helena to become a personal trainer and to follow his future wife. While in Helena he loved personal training, but felt that he needed more stability in his career so he went back to school at MSU Great Falls and obtained his Physical Therapy Assistant degree.

His first job lead him and his wife to Newport Washington where he worked with a diverse group of people in the hospital. Working at the hospital gave Sean the opportunity to see a wide variety of diagnoses and this triggered his fascination for the many ways to treat and teach each person individually. Sean learned that no person is the same and one treatment does not work for everyone. He doesn’t have a specialty but has a desire to treat and heal each person to their specific needs.

Sean relocated back to Montana with his wife to join Berube PT’s team of physical therapists. Welcome on board!

 

 

Amy Baldwin, Billing Director

Amy has lived in the Flathead Valley for twenty-plus years, having relocated from Washington State in February of 1997. She was born in Laramie, Wyoming, and was raised in a military family which provided the opportunity to live in the Philippines and Germany, as well as several states.

In 1998, she decided her (then) four children were grown enough to allow her to go back to school and pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a teacher. After that a series of retail jobs left her unfulfilled, and in the fall of 2014, she was hired for a medical billing position with a company in Kalispell, where she worked until coming aboard as the Billing Director for Berube Physical Therapy, Inc, in April of 2017. Medical billing requires a joy of learning new things, lots of detective work, and a dogged determination to achieve goals – all of these are reasons Amy enjoys her job. Nothing makes her happier than seeing patients get the care they need with as little stress possible. To that end, she strives to do everything within her power to get patient claims paid for by their insurance – from obtaining pre-authorization to sending out error-free claims.

Amy married Joe Baldwin of Kalispell in March 2015. Their combined family includes 6 children, five grandchildren, and two dogs. In her free time, Amy enjoys camping, walking, water aerobics, yoga, and most of all, singing and playing guitar.

 

 

Ally Jackson, PTA

Ally is originally from Port Angeles, WA and moved to Kalispell Montana in 2015.

She received her degree at Flathead Valley Community College graduating as a Physical Therapist Assistant and receiving her AAS.

Becoming a physical therapist assistant has been a personal goal for many years for Ally. One of the highlighted aspects she enjoys about her career is that she gets to be a part of people’s individual journeys and their road to recovery. To help people get back to living their lives and doing the things they love. Ally finds passion in being able to listen to what people have to say about their impairments, injuries and illnesses and applying unique physical therapy techniques such as manual therapy and strengthening exercises that will meet their individual goals.

Besides her wonderful husband, Josh who is supportive, caring and her best friend, Ally adores her two outstanding, smart and talented children, Jewell and Luke. Her father Shawn has been the biggest support, encouragement and loving father any daughter could ask for. They enjoy many activities together such as hiking, jogging, kayaking and enjoying wonderful Montana Berry Bowls when he comes to visit in Montana. Her family means the world to her and they enjoy being active outdoors and living the Montana way of life.

Ally enjoys anything that involves being outdoors or fitness related activities. She loves spending time in her garden, biking, kayaking, swimming, running, being on the ocean and the coast, Pilates, camping, hunting with her husband, and of course her most prized possession… her Toyota 4Runner.

 

 

Jake Toth, DPT, MFR-1, DN

Jake is from West Virginia. He received his Doctor in Physical Therapy degree from West Virginia University in 2013. He practiced in West Virginia for 2 years before moving to the Valley. His specialty is orthopedics, chronic pain, and sports injuries, but also enjoys treating headaches, migraines, concussions, and pregnancy related conditions. With certifications in Functional and Facial Taping, Myofascial release, Dry needling, Myofascial compression techniques Jake’s expertise is extensive.

The Toth family and I moved here in fall of 2015. Jake’s lovely wife is called Aly who is an occupational therapist. With their two Siberian huskies and a newborn girl they enjoy hiking, snowboarding, cross country skiing, fishing, water sports, anything outside, and performing these activities with the entire family.

Living in Columbia Falls Jake decided to join the Berube Physical Therapy family and we couldn’t be happier to have him on board!

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Josh Young, DPT

Josh is from Bend, Oregon and relocated here the beginning of November of this year.
He received my doctorate of Physical therapy from the University of St. Augustine in San Diego California before he landed in our beautiful Valley.

Josh enjoys exploiting and demonstrating how fortunate we are to have bodies that work, function and perform at a level in which we demand. He thinks it’s great to have an opportunity to help people realize that a functional body, mobility and strength are a privilege and not a right and therefore we must take care of them. He would describe his specialty as: functional movement.

Josh’s parents and two older brother’s/sister in laws still live in Bend, Oregon. He considers his brothers his best friends and feels fortunate to have a great family. In his spare time, he loves lifting weights, walking, skiing, fishing, hunting, woodworking and struggling to work on cars. You might catch him shredding the dance floor while country western dancing. Other loves are baseball and football, Josh had an opportunity to play them at a high level and enjoyed coaching them which is what he hopes to return to in the near future.

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Cori Catlett, Director of First Impressions

Cori grew up in Orangevale, California and moved to the Flathead Valley in 1995 with her husband Steve and 2 children. One year after moving here, the family was blessed with another baby. He is the first of many Native Montana children for the Catlett family and there are many of them!!

Cori has lived in Columbia Falls for most of the years here and her 3 children all have graduated from Columbia Falls High School. The Catlett family now lives in Creston and they love it there.

Cori’s life is busy with work, family, friends and church. Occasionally she enjoys one of her favorite hobbies which is sewing.

We were excited to have Cori on board the first week of December and she is enjoying the patient interaction and relationships that she is developing with our patients and staff.
In her own words: “This team of people are amazing. They are fun, friendly and quite hilarious most of the time! Such great people and a great place to be.”

The family loves to go camping, boating, hunting and fishing… Basically just being outdoors. They also enjoy traveling. Cori’s favorite destination is Maui, but she is not picky. she feels that any part of the ocean is wonderful!

You will find this smiley lady at our South Kalispell clinic. We are so happy to have you on our team!!

Clinic phone: 406-890-2408

cori carlett
 

Delaney Lee, Director of First Impressions

Delaney was born in Phoenix, AZ but grew up in Dana Point, CA which is also where she previously lived before moving to Montana. Delaney loves and misses the ocean, but the lake will do! She is learning to love the mountains and the beauty of nature here.

Delaney attended her local community college in California called Saddleback Community College. On top of that she has 5+ years of front office experience working in various settings primarily the veterinary world.

People are her passions and Delaney enjoys learning about their lives. She is a very personable lady and tries to make any office visit experiences welcoming and easy.

All Delaney’s family lives back home in California, so she is living here now with her boyfriend. She has one older sister named Lauren and a younger brother named Avery. Her sister has two kids named Lana and Talia.

In her spare time, Delaney enjoys reading and taking her dogs for walks. Dogs and animals in general have been her life for so many years so anything she does involves bringing them along. They’re her four-legged kids since she doesn’t have any with two yet! During the summer, she loves going out on the lake in the boat or kayaking and hiking in glacier too.

You will find this lovely lady at our Columbia Falls clinic. Stop in and get to know her!
Clinic phone: 406-897-2404

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