Fawn Lintner, PT, DPT, Cert. DN
Specializing in Vestibular and Concussion treatments.
Fawn completed the clinical competency based Vestibular Rehabilitation Course at Emory University through Duke University in 2018.
Additional areas of interest include: Sport and recreational athlete rehabilitation, functional mobility and movement training, and general orthopedics. She also specialized in IMS/ Dry Needling in 2015 .
Fawn earned her bachelor’s degree from MSU in health and human performance and her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Montana, effectively making her a Cat-Bear in the football world.
Fawn began treating concussions and vestibular conditions immediately out of school when she worked for a vestibular specialty clinic in Missoula. She went on to Bozeman where she gained experience treating the amateur hockey team, several UM/MSU athletes, Winter Olympic hopefuls, and a wide range of vestibular conditions affecting pediatric to geriatric populations.
Fawn is a native Montanan who spent her early years in East Glacier Park, MT and at school age split her time between Glacier and Whitefish. She is a graduate of Whitefish High School.
Hiking, trail running, downhill skiing, Nordic skiing, bowhunting, backpacking, lake time, fishing, experimenting in the kitchen, reading, and her newest addition, horse archery.