Restore your life at the core - individualized treatment focused on the spine and pelvis.

Physical therapy, rehabilitation, and education to help you reclaim your life and freedom

Life is a journey.

Women experience so many changes throughout life from puberty to young adulthood, pregnancy, postpartum, perimenopause, menopause, and postmenopause. Restorative Physio is here to help guide you through these stages of life with an emphasis in holistic and personalized care.

Your journey to a healthier core starts here.

Our clients come to us for a variety of needs. These include…

Female & Male Pelvic Health

Perinatal, Prenatal, and Postpartum Care

General orthopedic care for women through the lifespan

Let's not normalize the statistics.

women over 18 experience episodes of leaking urine involuntarily
1 in 0
of women report pain with intercourse at 12 weeks postpartum
0 %
women suffer from chronic pelvic pain
1 in 7
of men will develop urinary incontinence after a prostatectomy
6 -8%

Take back your life with customized care and educational resources.

When your body’s core foundation – your spine, hips and pelvis – are compromised, our bodies will compensate and over time, these compensations can lead to pain, dysfunction, and limitations. As someone who has gone through childbirth and pelvic rehabilitation, I know firsthand the importance of empathetic, customized care and education to establish a functional road of recovery.

Book your appointment today.


Use our convenient online calendar to get on our books

Booking is easy, if you have any questions please contact us.


See Josie and the team

We’ll get started with your customized care plan to get back to the life you want.


Begin your healing journey

We’ll arrange any necessary follow ups and an at-home care plan with all the support you need.

About Restorative Physio

Restorative Physio was founded in 2022 by Josie Stokken, PT, DPT,  born and raised right here  in Lewistown. She graduated with a B.S. in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Northern Colorado in 2011. Josie then received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Montana in 2015.