Fawn Lintner, PT, DPT, Cert. DN,
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 2007 graduate of WHS.
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.
Areas of interest and specialties: Vestibular, concussion, sports and recreational athlete rehabilitation, functional mobility and movement training, and general orthopedics .
Fawn received a designation as a Specialist in Vestibular therapy from Emory through Duke in 2018. She also specialized in IMS dry needling in 2015 .
Hiking, trail running, downhill skiing, Nordic skiing, bowhunting, backpacking, lake time, fishing, experimenting in the kitchen, reading, and her newest addition, horse archery.