Charelle Minor, DPT
Charelle was born and raised in Pocatello Idaho and graduated from Century High School in 2009. She then went to College of Southern Idaho to play volleyball for 1 year then transferred to the University of Montana Western to finish her volleyball career. During her time at UMW she was involved in many clubs and organizations, this is also where she met the love of her life, Chris. She graduated from Montana Western in 2014 with a Bachelor's degree in Biology with a minor in Health and Human Performance. In 2016 Charelle decided to pursuit her passion and become a doctor of physical therapy at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. During her time there she was class president and had many amazing internships including working with college sports teams, working with children with disabilities, performing hippotherapy, and working in an inpatient rehab facility. Upon graduating from RMUoHP in December 2018, she returned to Dillon Montana to be with her fiance and 2 fur babies, Moose and Molly, and to work for OrthoRehab.
Charelle and her family enjoy boating, hunting, fishing, crafting, spending time with family and friends and playing volleyball.
Charelle first became interested in physical therapy as an athlete in high school participating in movement performance training provided by a physical therapist. From there her love for PT grew as she tore her shoulder and needed a physical therapist to return her playing volleyball. Charelle loves outpatient physical therapy because of the variety of patients and injuries. She loves getting to know her patients and their stories and helping them return to doing what they love.