In the heart of Woodinville this clinic is focused on Pre and Post surgical rehab, Women's Health, Sports Therapy, and Performing Arts Therapy!
A Chicago-area native, Erin earned her BS in Exercise Science and Athletic Training from the University of Iowa. From there, she went on to earn both her Master and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in 2002. Upon graduating, she relocated to Seattle to practice outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and later became a Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.
She enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic and sports related injuries, but also specializes in issues related to pelvic health. Her philosophy on patient care includes forming a partnership with her patients and working together to customize a realistic plan of care to achiever their goals. She is committed to providing a specialized and individualized treatment approach that focuses on education, manual therapy techniques, postural/core training, and patient-specific functional activities. She finds this interaction critical to recovery and rewarding on a personal level.
Outside of work, Erin stays active with her husband, 2 children, and dog. You can usually find her cheering on her kids at a soccer or basketball game, or outside running, hiking, skiing and exploring the beautiful PNW
Kendra combined her background in dance and her interest in medicine to pursue physical therapy as a career. She earned her BS in Psychology from the University of Washington, then went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. Her professional interests include Performing Arts Rehabilitation, Women’s health, and Sport & Spine Rehabilitation. She enjoys the challenge of orthopedics and continues to pursue continuing education and advanced certifications, including her Certification in Integrated Manual Therapy. She is also a member of the Seattle Dance and Performing Arts Medicine group, offering free injury prevention clinics and screenings for local dancers.Her therapy treatment focuses on providing patient education for improved postural and body awareness. Our goal is to maintain a healthy lifestyle and prevent future injury. By assessing the person as a whole, she combines hands-on techniques, functional movement, and stabilization to create a realistic and individualized plan of care.In her spare time, she enjoys getting outdoors, traveling, supporting the performing arts, and spending time with my family.
Originally from the East Coast, Jodi moved to Washington over 20 years ago after graduating with her Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her love for being active is what inspired her to become a Physical Therapist: she wanted to help others be able to do their favorite activities as long as possible.
In addition to using manual interventions and individualized exercise programs, Jodi enjoys the teaching aspect of her profession. She believes that physical therapy is a team effort between a patient and the therapist. She likes to help educate her patients with how they can allow their bodies to move and work better so they can return to their favorite activities, whether that is running, hiking or picking up and hugging their grandchild.
When not at work, Jodi and her husband stay active by rock climbing, hiking, skiing and walking their two big dogs.
“The secret to living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple and love without measure.” – Tibetan proverb
Riley chose physical therapy because she wanted to help others reach their full potential and improve their quality of life. Physiocare’s welcoming and close-knit community drew her to working in the PNW, after growing up in Texas.
She is a graduate of the University of Texas (B.A. in Health and Society) and Baylor University (Doctorate of Physical Therapy). She stays active by hiking, running and working out. Fun fact about Riley: her brother named her!
Stefanie grew up in Bellingham, WA and graduated from Whatcom Community College’s Physical Therapist Assistant program in 1994. She then moved to the greater Seattle area where she has focused her career on outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation.
Stefanie’s approach to her patients is to give them the tools that they need to achieve their goals through posture and body mechanics education, as well as developing a personalized home treatment program to ensure they are able to return to their previous activities.
When she is not working, Stefanie can be found running (she has completed 7 marathons!), camping and watching her kids play soccer and volleyball. Her favorite vacation spot is Maui, and she loves the Sounders!
Growing up in the PNW, Shin spent much of his childhood exploring the outdoors and playing sports with his friends. In high school, he happened to attend a career talk from a local physical therapist. He loved hearing that physical therapy allowed him to impact people’s lives positively while building relationships with them.
He attended Western Washington University to pursue a major in Kinesiology. He then graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Lake Washington Institute of Technology.
Shin loves the fun atmosphere at Physiocare. Aside from treating patients, he also films and edits marketing videos for the clinic.
In his free time, he enjoys hiking, camping, and hammocking. He also loves to play volleyball, frisbee, and all lawn games.
As a young athlete, Krystle learned the value of exercise early in life. A career path that allowed her to help people through human touch and physical activity was a natural choice for her. After graduating from the University of Hawaii with her BS in Kinesiolgy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Krystle went on to pursue massage therapy at the Hawaii School of Professional Massage and her Physical Therapist Assistant degree at Lake Washington Institute of Technology.
As a PTA and LMT (!), Krystle loves building relationships with her patients and being part of their healing journeys. When she is not working, she enjoys gravel biking, snowboarding, soccer, hiking and surfing in Hawaii! You may also find her traveling – and enjoying the food – in Asia. A fascinating fact about Krystle: Her grandmother was a princess in Myanmar before the military government took over the country.
“Everything happens for a reason.”
A hiker, climber, snowboarder and cyclist, Galina loves to be outdoors and get moving! She is also a martial artist with a master rank in Hapkido.
Her passion for helping others led to study massage therapy at Brenneke School of Massage in Seattle. At PhysioCare, she enjoys working as a team and seeing her patients progress toward goals.
“Be kind whenever possible. Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries.”