Jessica Scott, DPT
Jessica specializes in physical therapy for Pre-op and Post-op rehabilitation and Geriatrics. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and is dedicated to helping patients meet their goals.
- Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Montana, 2007
- BA Biology, University of Montana
Date Joined Practice: 2014
American Council on Exercise (certified Group Fitness Instructor)
“Have had a very good experience with Jessica Scott and the PT dept. I feel I am supported in my rehab and also listened to. If a program needs modification based on home exercises done, I have been worked with in a professional manner. PS enjoy humor and being a part of it.” Vicki Oct 2018
“This was my first ever experience with PT. Jessica was fantastic! She was very thorough, provided excellent explanation for what I was doing and why, and I credit her for a speedy recovery!” Feb 2018
“Jessica Scott was the most attentive, caring therapist. I have high regards for Jessica, she is a great addition to your staff. I would recommend Jessica to my family and friends. Everyone was optimistic and kind to the patients. Very good ambiance, a good positive atmosphere.” Colette B., Nov 2016
“Therapist and staff all friendly and caring. Went out of their way to accommodate the times. Not pushing to do more than we can. Knows your limits. My therapist (Jessica) went above and beyond with her care and treatment. She deserves an A+ with a gold star!” Thelma F., Nov 2016
“The staff at Missoula Bone & Joint was very knowledgeable and encouraging. They worked hard to find what the issue was, then created a program designed for me that allowed me to run again. I am very grateful. Jessica never rushed me, she was caring and a wonderful motivator. Thanks so much.” Maggie Moffatt
“The staff has always been amazing. Jessica has made this long process the best experience possible. She is knowledgable, professional, and very easy to talk to. She has helped with not only my ankle injury, but everything else that has become an issue due to my injury. My body and I could not be more grateful! Bone & Joint has been far above my expectations. I could not have asked for a better PT therapist.” Sarah Eastlund, Jan 2017.
Jessica is awesome. She is very friendly and very knowledgeable about her job. Lisa B 10-8-18
Jessica was professional and had an ability to sense when things needed to change. She explained procedures and showed me how to do them. She made a difficult process of healing a good experience. I loved that she talked to me about everything she did. And the receptionist/schedulers were fantastic! Suzanne G. 2018
I spent extensive time working with Jessica Scott, had numerous visits with Kristina Pattison and worked with Lauren Hasquet and Kailey Ryan. They were all very personable. The entire staff is also great! Larry S 8-24-18
Warm and friendly and I felt like she was working with me at a speed and ability that I could obtain and work to do better and I felt better physically. Dixie R.Nov. 2018
Jessica Scott does an excellent job. Very positive and professional. I would recommend her. Guy B Sept 2018
Have had a very good experience with Jessica Scott and the PT dept. I feel I am supported in my rehab and also listened to. If a program needs modification based on home exercises done, I have been worked with in a professional manner. Enjoy humor being a part of it. Vicki 10-10-18
I have been working with Jessica Scott, DPT at Missoula Bone and Joint for 8 weeks now. She is amazing! She listens to her pts and does a wonderful job of guiding them through their rehab. I have put my full trust into the MBJ team whether it’s the Doctors, Pas or physical therapists. Randy P. online review
I was treated in a professional and respectful manner at each session. I always felt Jessica had my best interests in mind. Joh E. 11-19-18
IN OUR COMMUNITY
- Enjoys quilting, gardening, traveling, personal fitness, and spending time with family and friends.
- Jessica traveled to China in 2016 with the orphan care organization SHOW HOPE and is excited to volunteer again this year. Two of the primary ways that they engage in orphan care include providing adoption assistance grants to families as well as running several childcare centers in China that work closely with state run orphanages to provide life-saving care to children with acute medical and special needs.
Conditioning for Scottish Highland Dancing, blog Feb 2018