Stacy Regan graduated from Montana Tech with a degree in Occupational Safety and Health in 2000 and while there, was a member of the Women’s Basketball Team, earning NAIA All-Academic Team honors. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Idaho State University in 2005. She has treated patients throughout their lifespan from pediatrics to geriatrics, and has been trained in Trigger Point Dry Needling, which offers a specialized method to reduce pain and movement impairments (without medication or injection). She enjoys the diversity of her patients, many of whom have had a lasting impression thanks to their work ethic, perseverance, and ability to overcome adversity. Her treatment philosophy is based on her experience that wellness is just as much emotional as physical, and that the connections between the healthcare provider and the patient can make all the difference. Stacy returned to Montana with her family after living throughout the Western United States and Canada. She enjoys being in the great outdoors with her family and dogs, camping, fly fishing, hiking, and photography. She is active in the community and coaches youth sports. Stacy joined Barrett Hospital & HealthCare in 2017.
Idaho State University