Jonathan Reijgers, PT, DPT, Joins the Great Falls Clinic Physical Therapy Team

Jonathan Reijgers

The Great Falls Clinic is pleased to welcome Jonathan Reijgers, PT, DPT, to our Physical Therapy team. Jonathan is an experienced physical therapist who has treated patients for multiple physical needs, but specializes in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation.

Jonathan earned his Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Development and Exercise Science in 2016 at Montana State University in Bozeman. In 2020, Jonathan graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at High Point University in High Point, North Carolina.

After graduating from doctoral studies, Jonathan began working as a physical therapist in outpatient orthopedics for in Helena, Montana. After moving to Great Falls, Jonathan treated patients at Logan Health in Conrad before joining our Great Falls Clinic team. Jonathan is experienced in providing care to patients in outpatient, inpatient, long-term care, home health, and orthopedic rehabilitation settings.

Jonathan is currently accepting new patients, at the Great Falls Clinic Specialty Center, at 3000 15th Avenue South in Great Falls. For more information or book an appointment, please call 406-268-3883.


About the Great Falls Clinic:

In 1917, four visionary medical leaders opened a world-class comprehensive health care center, with an integrated team of specialists and a personal approach to wellness—far from an urban center. Today, the Great Falls Clinic Hospital provides diverse specialty medical clinics, urgent care clinics, primary care, cancer center, and highly specialized surgical services. The Great Falls Clinic Hospital is committed to improving the health and wellness of our community by striving to provide the best healthcare possible.

As a provider-led organization, the Hospital is committed to recruiting the exemplary medical staff members, harnessing the power of the latest medical technologies, continually striving for advancement, and above all, working as a team to meet the health needs of the 250,000 residents living in Central Montana.