In the heart of Woodinville this clinic is focused on Pre and Post surgical rehab, Women's Health, Sports Therapy, Massage Therapy and Performing Arts Therapy!
Undergraduate: BS in Exercise Science and Athletic Training from the University of Iowa
Graduate School: Master and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Certifications: Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)
Clinical Specializations/Interests: Orthopedics, pelvic health
Why I love being a PT: So many things...but I enjoy the relationships that I am able to build with each of my patients and I consider it a privilege to be able to have an impact on their lives. I enjoy partnering with each person to create a unique plan to work towards achieving their goals. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing someone get back to the activities they are passionate about doing!
How I stay active: Running, hiking, skiing, and long walks with our dog
Traveling and exploring the PNW, spending time with friends and family, cheering on my kids at their sporting events, audio books (my key to multi-tasking), and pretty much anything outside!
One word that describes me: Committed
Favorite vacation spot: Colorado in the summer or winter is a definite favorite, but otherwise I love traveling to new places!
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science, University of Washington
Graduate School: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Southern California.
Certifications: Certified Integrated Manual Therapy
Clinical Specializations/Interests: Performing Arts Rehab, Orthotics, Pelvic Health
Why I love being a PT: Figuring out the ''puzzle" of patient's injuries, and helping people progress to meet their goals to be able to stay active.
How I stay active: Dance, running around with my daughter!
Interests: Dance, performing arts, getting outdoors, travel
One word that describes me: Energetic
Favorite vacation spot: Anywhere tropical!
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Masters of Physical Therapy
Clinical Specializations/Interests: Concussion, Vertigo and working with the Master's Athlete
Why I love being a PT: I love helping my patients navigate their recoveries by providing education, support and encouragement.
How I stay active: Try to move every day; whether that is a daily yoga practice or hiking and rock climbing on the weekends
Interests: Rock climbing, hiking, trying new recipes and foods
One word that describes me: Positive
Favorite vacation spot: Any place with something fun and active to do-skiing, climbing, snorkeling
Whatcom Community College - PTA, AS
Certifications: Clinical Instructor, The Barbell Rehab, Athletes and Pelvic Rehabilitation, PRI, Rock Tape
Clinical Specializations/Interests: : Treating runners, Women's heath- pregnancy and post, post op, young athletes, geriatric population
Why I love being a PTA: I love giving my patients the tools they need to achieve their goals through posture and body mechanics training along with developing a personalized treatment program to ensure they are able to return to their previous level of activities.
How I stay active: Training for half and full marathons
Interests: Running, outdoor activities, camping, hiking, tennis, going to Sounder games, spending time with my family
One word that describes me: Energetic
Favorite vacation spot: Maui
B.S. Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Hawaii
AAS Physical Therapy Assistant, Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Certifications: Barbell Rehab Method, Rocktape
Clinical Specializations/Interests: Athletes (weekend warriors and high school), geriatric, post-op orthopedics
Why I love being a PTA: Growing up playing soccer, I learned the value of exercise for my physical and mental health. I’ve always had an interest in helping others, which is why I love being a PTA. I am able to utilize my passion for physical fitness and manual skills to help people reach their PT goals.
How I stay active: I enjoy weight lifting and functional training at the gym, snowboarding during the winter months, and gravel biking during the spring and summer.
Interests: Trying new foods, hosting my friends, dogs
One word that describes me: Spicy
Favorite vacation spot: Mexico
PIMA Medical Institute, AAS in Physical Therapist Assistant
Seattle Pacific University, BA in Political Science
Clinical Specialization/Interests: Women's health, pediatrics, return to sports, and balance training
Why I love being a PTA: I love being a PTA because I am able to think creatively in challenging situations. Whether it's finding alternative approaches to accommodate a patient's limitations or developing innovative exercises or treatment strategies, I thrive on thinking outside the box to overcome obstacles and achieve the best possible outcomes.
How I stay active: Walking around Greenlake, kayaking, hitting a couple buckets of balls at a driving range, or going to the gym.
Interests: Traveling to try new foods or coffee roasters, sewing projects, cooking, and collecting stickers.
One word that describes me: Resourceful
Favorite vacation spot: It is a toss up between Split, Croatia and Kyoto, Japan
Undergraduate Bachelor in Physical Therapy - India
The main goal of mine is to get a PT License. This experience will help me practice and prepare.
Why I love being a Tech:
I find it fulfilling to help patients and guide them through their recovery journey.
How I stay active: Playing with kids and biking
Interests: I love to cook, bake and paint. Spending time with family and friends is one of my favorite pastime
One word that describes me: Calm
Favorite vacation spot: India
I am currently attending Everett Community College to graduate within an associates in arts and sciences before applying to a PTA program at Lake Washington Tech in the spring.
Clinical Specialization/Interests: I am interested in specializing in pediatric physical therapy and sports physical therapy.
Why I love being a PT tech: I’m starting today so I can’t speak from experience yet, but I am excited to make people feel welcomed, heard and seen as I care for them, even in small ways. I’m excited to see people make progress in growing in the areas of physical movement that used to cause them discomfort or pain.
How I stay active: I love to play volleyball and soccer with friends and family.
Interests: I enjoy being outside, playing volleyball, playing soccer, reading, eating sweets, and playing board games and card games with friends and family.
One word that describes me: passionate
Favorite vacation spot: North Dakota