Brittany Farella founded CORE 307 - which stands for Coal, Oil, Ranching, and Education, the four big communities in Gillette - because she wanted to give back to the community that raised her. She's been a physical therapist for six years, and specializes in mechanical treatments - people with sports injuries or ailments from repetitive movement.
CORE 307 also offers treatments like dry needling from Monday through Friday at their location at 548 Running W Drive.
"We respect people's various hours in our community, so we'll also see you by appointment," Farella says.
For more information on the services they offer, or their day-to-day hours, please visit them online at Core 307 PT.
More photos from the ribbon cutting available here!
Momentum Physical Therapy has moved to its new location at 305 E. Lakeway Road, in the old Sears building. The business has quadrupled their floor space, meaning they have room to operate their multiple different rehab solutions, from post-operation therapy to pediatrics to sports injuries.
"We grew out of our location near the Rec Center, and it was just time to find a bigger space," said owner Kayla Williamsen.
The business is still the only providers in Gillette that are ASTYM certified for tendinopathy issues. They also offer dry needling, LSVT BIG, and many other sorts of alternative therapies for people in pain.
Momentum Physical Therapy is open Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 7 am - 7 pm; and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 am until noon. They are accepting new patients and all insurance policies, and can provide cash options for those without medical coverage.
Call them at (307) 696-6045, or visit them online at momentumwy.com.
On May 31, we welcomed Gillette Orthodontics to the Chamber, and toured their new facility on Running W Drive.
Dr. Brian Ward showed the Energizers around the tropical sun-and-surf themed office space, and says that they provide orthodontics to people of all ages. About 40% of their clientele for braces are adults, and he personally has put braces on a 75 year old woman who was interested in trying them.
Every member that joins the Chamber of Commerce is entitled to a ribbon cutting event. Our Chamber Ambassadors, the Energizers, attend ribbon cutting events to network and learn about your business. You get to use the big scissors and cut the red ribbon on your Chamber membership!