Dr. Neibauer maintains the highest levels of accreditation and pursues ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in podiatry.
Gregg Neibauer, DPM
Dr. Neibauer has been practicing in Missoula, MT since May 2004. He earned his Podiatric Medical degree from Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, IL in 1998. He completed his residency in 2000 at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Denver, CO, which included extensive training in foot surgery, diabetic care, wound care, podiatric medicine, and biomechanics/orthotics.
Upon completing his residency program he practiced in Cincinnati, OH for four years, after which he was thrilled to head west to Big Sky country. Dr. Neibauer is Board Certified in Foot Surgery/Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery as well as Board Certified in the Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds by the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry. He is also a member of the American and Montana Podiatric Medical Associations (APMA/MPMA).
In his spare time Dr. Neibauer enjoys spending time with his loving wife Krista and his two children, Alex and Morgan. He also has a passion for the great outdoors. You can often catch him fly-fishing, fly-tying, skiing, running, hunting and hiking. Additionally, he’s an avid sports fan! His favorite teams are the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Chicago Blackhawks and the Atlanta Braves.
Gregg may be the doctor, but Krista keeps it all running! When they moved to Missoula in May of 2004, she and Dr. Neibauer took over Alpine Foot & Ankle Clinic and haven’t looked back. Montana is a far cry from her home state of North Carolina, but she loves the mountains of Montana and all the outdoor opportunities. When she isn’t in the office, she is running children around town to different activities. As an active individual, in the summer she loves golfing, hiking and biking, and in the winter she heads to the local mountains to enjoy the wonderful ski slopes around the area. When asked what is her favorite part of working at Alpine Foot & Ankle Clinic, she responded “It’s nice to be the owner of a business with such a dedicated and loyal staff.”
Fun Fact: Krista traveled Europe in 1997 for 2 months by herself and visited 11 countries.
Meet Dorothy, Alpine Foot & Ankle Clinic’s Billing Manager. Dorothy’s been working with Dr. Neibauer since 2006. Her favorite part about working at the office is the close-knit family environment. Her position also gives her many opportunities to talk with our patients and build lasting relationships. When Dorothy’s not in the office, she enjoys spending quality time with her husband and three children.
Fun Fact: Dorothy got a full-ride softball scholarship to play at the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND where she was first-team all-division her freshman and sophomore year.
Kim joined Alpine Foot & Ankle Clinic in 2013. She took a year off to be a home mom for her kids (ages 6 & 9 now). Kim has a spouse of 13 years, 2 dogs, 1 cat and has even “babysat” a tarantula named Rosie! In 2016, she came back to the clinic and her top priority is helping patients.
Meet Jackie, one of Alpine Foot and Ankle Clinic’s Patient Coordinators. Jackie joined the team in 2015 as an intern from Missoula College that quickly became a full-time position. Her favorite part of her job is the patients she has the opportunity to meet and greet every day and all of the staff, who have become like family. The genuine and caring attitude of the staff make her job a happy place and an honor to work for. Jackie has been married to Jay for 30 years and they have 2 sons, Jake and Justin. She is also blessed to have 3 wonderful grandchildren, Draven, Charlie, and Lily. She also has a fabulous dog, Hercules, an English Cream Golder Retriever, to make the family complete!
Meet Heather, one of Alpine Foot & Ankle Clinic’s Patient Coordinators. She joined the team in 2016 after graduating with honors from Missoula College with an Associates of Applied Sciences in Medical Information Technology. Her favorite part about working in the clinic is getting to know the patients. “They make me excited to get up and go to work in the morning!” Born and raised in Missoula, MT Heather is proud to be part of this great community. Heather has one child, a son, who keeps her very busy. He shares her love of music. Together they sing songs from Disney movies. His favorite is “In Summer” from Frozen.
Fun Fact: In 2008 Heather participated in a music festival in New York City where she got to perform
Director of Community & Patient Relations
Kelly is Alpine Foot and Ankle Clinic’s Community Relations Director. This position allows her to make and maintain relationships with local clinics, patients, and local community. The top priority at the practice is to make every patient feel welcome, comfortable and healed and Kelly’s goal is to let the community of Missoula know that. After living in Seattle for the past 5 years, Kelly, her husband, and 2-year-old son moved back to Montana to be closer to family and enjoy the simple outdoor life that Missoula offers. She loves to be outside with her boys, and especially at their family lake cabin!
Fun fact: Kelly loves to travel and her favorite countries she has visited are Switzerland and Honduras (all before kids of