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.