Cheryl Tenpas, PT, DPT
Cheryl earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island in 2009.
After graduating, she developed an interest in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy under the mentorship of a Pelvic Health Specialist while living in Lake Tahoe. In her own pursuit to specialize in Pelvic Health, Cheryl sought after and earned her Certificate of Achievement in Physical Therapy Pelvic Health (CAPP - Pelvic) and in Obstetric Physical Therapy Pelvic Health for Pregnancy/Post-Partum (CAPP-OB). Cheryl is the only Physical Therapist in Montana that holds both the CAPP-Pelvic & CAPP-OB Advanced Certifications.
Cheryl relocated to Colorado in 2015, where she had the opportunity to work in a specialized pelvic PT practice, gaining valuable experience exclusively treating female, male, and transgender patients with pelvic concerns. She is dry needling level 2 certified through Myopain Seminars. Cheryl is also a 300 hour yoga therapist and strives to incorporate yoga-inspired exercises into her patient’s treatment plans.
Cheryl and her husband relocated to Bozeman to be closer to local family and maintain their mountain lifestyle. She enjoys running, skiing, cooking, and spending time with their three dogs in the great outdoors.