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The Team

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Suzy Berland was born and raised in Montana. She graduated from the University of Montana in 2014 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She has been working in orthopedic outpatient physical therapy for 8 years, 6 of which have been in the Bitterroot valley. Suzy is recognized through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. She is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer and is also a Certified Sportsmetrics Trainer, working with athletes on injury prevention. Suzy is certified in advanced functional dry needling through KinetaCore. 


Suzy's passion is to help keep her patients doing what they love by training on proper functional strengthening and mobility exercises combined with her advanced manual therapy skills to reduce pain and prevent future injuries.  In her free time, Suzy loves playing recreational volleyball, downhill skiing, and spending time with her husband, Brian, and daughters, Evelyn and Emery, recreating and exploring beautiful Montana.



Kelly received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Montana, after earning a Master of Science in Diabetes & Cardiovascular Research from the University of Glasgow (Scotland) and a Bachelor’s in Microbiology from Montana State University. She utilizes her experience in research to apply current evidence-based interventions and technology to optimize patient outcomes. Her treatment philosophy focuses on functional strengthening, with the understanding that sustaining physical and mental well-being allows her patients to push the limits of adventure and maintain an active lifestyle throughout the lifespan.


She has a passion for working with running-related injuries, women's health, pelvic floor dysfunction, and lymphedema. She has completed outside coursework in pelvic health through the Herman & Wallace Institute. Kelly is also certified in Functional Dry Needling through Kinetacore. When not working closely with her patients, you can find her deep in the Bitterroots trail running, mountain biking, or skiing with her husband and their puppy.

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Michelle graduated from the University of Montana with both her Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance in 2017 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2022. She has a passion for orthopedic and neurologic injuries, and is certified in LSVT BIG for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. She has completed the foundations course for Integrative Dry Needling (IDN) which she utilizes in her practice to reduce pain and expedite return to sport or activities. Her rehabilitation approach blends evidence-based practice, functional strengthening, and manual therapy to get patients back to doing what they love. She has been involved in sports her entire life, and played volleyball at the University of Montana. In her free time, Michelle enjoys baking, playing recreational soccer and volleyball, hiking, and playing with her dog. 

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Infinity Health welcomed Courtney to the front office team in 2023. Courtney moved to the Bitterroot Valley in 2018 with her husband and two boys. Since then, she has been very involved in the schools and community. Besides working at Infinity, she is also a volleyball and basketball coach for the Hamilton schools. In addition, she and her husband own and operate MT Elite, a basketball/volleyball skills training facility for athletes in the valley. In her spare time, Courtney can be found exploring Montana, traveling, or hanging out with family and friends!



Marissa moved to the Bitterroot Valley in 2020. Not long after she found Bitterroot CrossFit where her love for CrossFit was ignited. It didn’t take long for her to get aquatinted with Suzy and Infinity Health.

When Marissa isn’t at the front desk or doing CrossFit, you can find her getting needled by Suzy, taking a nap or hanging with her two pups, River + Moose.

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