Tanner Benedict, DPT
Tanner grew up in the Flathead Valley and attended Whitefish High school.
Education: Tanner received his undergraduate degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Montana in Missoula, MT and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, MO.
Professional interests: Tanner graduated from a Physical Therapy Program that focuses on Movement System Impairments (MSI) to restore postural alignment, improve movement patterns and return tissue to its proper function. Tanner is a general practitioner working with all musculo-skeletal and neurological impairments.
Community Involvement: Tanner assists with weight room instruction and athletics at Whitefish High School. He also teaches posture courses in the Whitefish school system.
Tanner's personal statement: “I look forward to seeing the excitement and joy from the success that physical therapy can bring to individuals after life altering injuries. We often don’t realize how important movement is in our life until we have lost it. For these individuals I will dedicate every ounce of motivation, knowledge and ability I have to see them succeed. I will work to change my patient’s physical issues on an individual basis to transform our society, filling it with people that feel their quality of life has been optimized by my abilities.”
Hobbies: Golfing, skiing, hunting, hiking, mountain biking, fly-fishing, organized sports and enjoying time with family.