Jamie Terry, PT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CSCS

Jamie started Endurance Physio in the summer of 2015. She graduated from the University of Montana School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences in May of 2010 and directly following graduation Jamie entered a post professional Clinical Sports Residency Program at the University of Montana. Jamie's primary interests are in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation through proper motor control, strength and functional movement.  Current areas of clinical development include the use of 3D, force plate, and dynamometry for accurate assessment of impairments and realtime feedback for motor learning.  

Licensing and Professional Development

  • Board Certified Clinical Sports Specialist through the APTA
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • SFMA Certification
  • Functional Dry Needling Certification 
  • Maitland Manual Therapy Trained MT-1 & MT-2 Certifications
  • CoreAlign Level 1 Instructor Certification
  • Movement Principles and Reformer Level I Pilates Instructor Certification
  • BikeFit Level 1 Certification
  • Independent Research Reviewer for The University of Montana on a clinical trial on improving motor learning in plyometric training post ACLR via a novel body-weight support system. 
  • Guest Lecture in the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science at the University of Montana. 


  • Missoula's Best Physical Therapist 2nd Runner Up, Missoula Independent 2014
  • MT Alpha Cycling Founder and Executive Director, Women's Mountain Bike Race Team 2012-Present

Anya Gue, PT, DPT, OCS

Anya has been a part of Endurance Physio since it was founded in the Summer of 2015. She graduated from the University of Montana School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences in May of 2014 and has continued to further her knowledge base as a PT via mentorship from various clinics around the country.  While Anya works with orthopedic injuries of all types, her primary clinical interests include functional biomechanical movement analysis and exercise-based rehabilitation of running, cycling, and other overuse injuries.  Anya understands the importance of a well-functioning body for sustaining physical and mental well-being of those who wish to push the limits of adventure and fitness. She is passionate about utilizing current evidence-based interventions and technology in order to optimize outcomes you can continue to pursue your passions.  

Accomplishments and Affiliations

  • Primary running specialist at the University of Montana 3D Movement Science Lab
  • APTA Sports and Orthopedic section member
  • Clinical Instructor for University of Montana School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
  • Nora Staaeal Everett Award- winner 2012
  • APTA Sports and Orthopedic section member
  • Publication: Scholtes SA, Long J, Morigeau S, Velez M, Warner H, Wechsler A, Hammil C, Ikeda E. Comparing Forces During Walking with a Cane vs. Trekking Poles in People with Lower Extremity Pain;  A pilot study. Presented at Combined Sections Meeting 2015. Pending publication.


  • Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization
  • Evaluation and Treatment of the Injured Runner
    • ait retraining specialization
    • 2D running analysis
    • 3D running analysis
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Functional Movement Analysis
  • Functional Dry Needling Certification

Tara Mund, PT, DPT


Tara joined Endurance Physio in the fall of 2017. She graduated from the University of Montana School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences in May of 2007. Tara has pursued extensive post graduate training in the specialty area of pelvic health physical therapy and has been dedicated to helping women and men in the Missoula community for the past 10 years. In addition to pelvic health PT, Tara also has experience with spine rehabilitation and focused core stabilization training. She especially enjoys combining these areas to help new moms recover from pregnancy and childbirth and safely return to their previous active lifestyle.

Professional Development

  • Beyond Kegels Pelvic Muscle Assessment and Treatment
  • Pelvic Physical Therapy Levels 1-3
  • Functional Dry Needling Certification Level 1
  • Movement Principles and Reformer Pilates Level 1 Instructor Certification
  • CoreAlign Level 1 Instructor Certification
  • Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging for Physical Therapists
  • Gynecologic Visceral Mobilization

Accomplishments and Affiliations

  • Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP-Pelvic)
  • Site Director for Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana 2013-2017
  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)member
  • Women's Health section of APTA member
  • Montana Physical Therapy Association member


Hilary Cuddy, Office Manager

Hilary has been a part of Endurance Physio since it was founded. She has a strong background in sports and exercise physiology, having received her Masters Degree in Exercise Science from the University of Montana in 2014. In addition to her knowledge base, she is committed to the patients and therapists at Endurance Physio, ensuring you have a comfortable, organized, and wonderful experience at Endurance Physio. Hilary was born and raised in Montana, living in Missoula since 2007.  She thrives in Missoula's active lifestyle, and is honored to be a part of anyone's journey back to the activities they love. When not coordinating the day-to-day operations at Endurance Physio, you can usually find her outside, on a trail, river, or ski hill!