Dawn Clutter, PT

Dawn Clutter, PT, DPT





American Physical Therapy Association
Montana Physical Therapy Association
Orthopedic Section of APTA
Women's Health Section of APTA



The Nerve to Think About the Neck- Dental Hygienist
HIPPA Compliance
Are Your Medications Making You Fall?
Physical Therapy Management of Concussions
A Physical Therapists Role in Fall Prevention within a Community Setting


Motion Analysis Lab - Columbus/Benefis Hospital from 1992-1999.
Physical Therapists Role in Fall Prevention
HIPPA Compliance PowerPoint
The Efficacy of Manual Therapy and Exercise on Chronic Low Back Pain
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo vs Meniere’s Disease following Microvascular Decompression of the Trigeminal Nerve: A Case Report
A Physical Therapists Role in Fall Prevention within a Community Setting: White Paper

My philosophy of care has evolved over 26 years of practice.  In recognizing and respecting the body as a whole treatment empowering individuals with the tools to achieve optimal health and wellness.   

1. What are you most passionate about professionally?
I am most passionate about the opportunity that I have been given to help people through their injuries in my own clinic.   Being a physical therapist requires patience, compassion, and empathy.  Knowing that I participated in empowering an individual to achieve their goals and get back to living their lives with my knowledge, education, and skill is very rewarding. 

2. Where can we find you when you’re not working?  What’s your favorite way to spend a weekend or a Sunday?
I am a true introvert, believe it or not, so after a busy week of work I prefer to be at home.  In the summer time you would find me in my garden, golfing, or camping with my family.  In the fall, you would find me watching college football on Saturday.  In the winter time you would find me skiing or making a big pot of soup.  I’m a regular at the gym and on Sundays, you would find me at church. 

3. What would be impossible for you to give up?
It would be impossible for me to give up my faith.  It is the core root of who I am.  On a lighter note, it would be very difficult for me to give up my cell phone.  It has become my life line of communication to family and friends.