Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens Clinic – Summit Rehab


9514 4th Street NE, Suite 101
Lake Stevens, Washington 98258
Phone: 425-397-2327
Fax: 425-377-0283
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Lake Stevens

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Hand Therapy
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
  • Balance Rehabilitation
 

  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Custom Orthotic Fabrication & Gait Analysis
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Bryon Flett, PT, DPT, Clinic Director

Bryon was born in Everett, WA and moved to El Salvador with his parents at age 5 and went lived there for the next 13 years, therefore, he is fluent in Spanish. After graduating from high school, Bryon moved back to WA where he attended Whatcom Community College and then transferred to Western Washington University where he obtained his degree in Kinesiology with a physical therapy focus. From there he was accepted to the University of North Dakota in 2015 and earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2018. Bryon enjoys outdoor activities including running, cycling, hiking, rock climbing, mountaineering, hunting, snowboarding, and camping. His passion for physical therapy stems from his inner outdoor enthusiast and loves getting his patients moving in a pain-free manner so that they too can enjoy the subtleties found in life through movement.

Dave Wheeler, MPT, COMT, CEAS, CCI

Dave has been practicing Physical Therapy since 1998 in orthopedic settings and has been at the Summit Rehabilitation in Lake Stevens since 2008. After getting his undergraduate degree from Washington State University, he went on to earn his Master of Physical Therapy degree from Idaho State University in 1998. Dave has advanced his education and is recognized as a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist and Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist. He is also a Credentialed Clinical Instructor, accepting PT and PTA students from around the country. Dave uses a philosophy that includes the combination of manual therapies and exercise to provide individualized treatment plans for every patient. He has a special interest in neck, TMJ, and headache patients. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his daughter and in the outdoors.

Guillermo Casanada, PT, DPT

“Gui” graduated from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences back in 2016 with a doctorate in physical therapy. Prior to that he attended California State University, San Marcos for his Bachelor’s in Kinesiology. He has been practicing in the outpatient orthopedic setting for all his career. Gui is an avid sports fan and likes watching baseball, football, and basketball. His favorite teams include the San Diego Padres, and whenever Seattle gets an NBA team. His interests also include watching sports, movies and TV shows.

David Dougherty MOTR/L, CHT

David is our newest hand therapist at Summit Rehabilitation-Lake Stevens. He is originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, and has been a hand therapist since 2005.  David completed his clinical internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC, after graduating with a Master’s of Occupational Therapy from Texas Woman’s University, and a Bachelor’s from the University of Texas at Austin.  He also earned the distinction of Certified Hand Therapist from the Hand Therapy Certification Commission.  He has worked as a hand therapist in Georgia, Texas, Louisiana, and recently in Silverdale/Kitsap, WA.  David retired from the US Army after 22 years of service, and settled in Lake Stevens, WA with his wife and children. He really enjoys the Pacific Northwest, and all it has to offer. When he is not at work, David is involved in outdoor activities with his sons.

Elizabeth Stromme, PTA

Liz graduated the University of Washington with a degree in Sociology. Upon graduation she moved to Southeast Alaska where she lived and worked for 22 years. She spent 18 years as a school district paraprofessional working with children with special needs and physical disabilities as well as owning her own massage therapy practice for 12 years specializing in Swedish, Deep Tissue and Lymphatic massage. She was adjunct faculty at the University of Alaska Southeast teaching certifications in massage therapy and she served as a teaching assistant for the University of Alaska Southeast’s anatomy and physiology courses. Liz returned to WA state in 2014 where she obtained her STOTT Pilates Instructor Certification which grounds its teaching principles in exercise science, alignment, and rehabilitation. In addition, she is STOTT certified as a Fascial Movement Instructor and Zenga Instructor. Liz is also PTA certified in LSVT BIG programming for Parkinson’s Disease. Liz graduated Whatcom Community College’s Physical Therapy Assistant program in 2019. In her off-time she enjoys her Pilates practice, teaching Pilates classes, and reading English history.

Samantha Wallace, PTA

Sam graduated from Lake Washington Institute of Technology in the physical therapist assistant program in 2020. She grew up in Marysville and enjoys making a positive impact in the communities where she grew up. She is passionate about empowering her patients to achieve their individual goals. To Sam, physical therapy isn’t just a temporary change, but a lifestyle change. Being physically active has always been important to Sam, she has played and coached team sports such as: soccer, tennis, volleyball, swim and even wrestling. She is looking forward to continuing her studies further to become the most proficient therapist she can be. Some fields of interest are women’s health, pain science, lymphedema management, acute care and many others. In her leisure time, Sam enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, HIIT classes, traveling, dancing, and spending quality time with her friends and family. 

Jenny Fronsman, PTA

Jenny has been practicing Physical Therapy in orthopedic settings since 2010. She received her Bachelors Degree in Human Kinetics with a focus in Kinesiology from Trinity Western University in 2008, and completed the Physical Therapist Assistant program through Olympic Community College in 2009. Jenny is passionate about empowering patients along the healing journey and helping to teach PT principles to enable one’s physical best quality of life. In her spare time Jenny enjoys community involvement, home renovations with her husband, and enjoying the beautiful PNW with her hound dog and lab.

Pamela Sheehan, PTA

Pam has been a practicing Physical Therapist Assistant since she graduated from Green River Community College in 1996.  Prior to that, she obtained her Bachelor of Science from Washington State University, where she ran varsity cross-country and track.  Pam’s breadth of experience comes from working in an acute care hospital/rehabilitation unit, a skilled nursing /rehabilitation facility, and since 2012 in outpatient therapy.  Pam is dedicated to creating a positive healing environment where patients can meet their goals and improve their quality of life.  She is looking forward to becoming both a certified Titleist Golf Specialist and a certified LSVT BIG provider for people with Parkinson’s in the future.  When she’s not working, you can find Pam hiking, playing golf, rooting on her WSU Cougars, traveling, and spending time with her family and their Saint Bernard and Labrador Retriever.

Lake Stevens – Hand Therapy

Hours:
Monday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Services

  • Hand Therapy Services
  • Custom Splints & Orthotics
  • Post-Surgery/Operative Rehabilitation
 

  • Work Injury Management
  • Repetitive strain injuries

Craig Jordan, MS, OTR/L, CHT, Director of Hand Therapy

Craig is our Director of Hand Therapy and has been working as a hand therapist since his graduation from The University of New England in 2003. Craig graduated with his Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy and then continued his education to receive the distinction of Certified Hand Therapist. Craig continues to develop as a hand therapist with continuing education courses in the area of current upper extremity evidence based best practices. Craig prides himself on his custom fabricated splints using both traditional thermoplastic splinting and functional rigidity casting (FRC). Craig is also an active member of American Society of Hand Therapist’s (ASHT), Hand Therapy Certification Commission (HTCC), National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). When Craig is not at work he enjoys multiday bikepacking adventures and biking and racing with his local cycling team. Craig is married to his college sweetheart and they have two children.

Brittany Cornell, COTA/L

Graduating from Lake Washington Institute of Technology with an Occupational Therapy Assistant AAS-T in 2013, Brittany’s initial exposure to hand therapy was through her clinical rotations and sparked her interest in what developed into her current specialization. She considers the complexities of the hand both academically fascinating and clinically rewarding by therapeutic applications. Developing objective based goals and providing tangible results for her patients keeps Brittany engaged in what she considers to be most relevant for her patient’s well-being. Regarding future professional aspirations, Brittany plans to apply for a bridge program to obtain her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family.

Samantha Wallace, PTA

Sam graduated from Lake Washington Institute of Technology in the physical therapist assistant program in 2020. She grew up in Marysville and enjoys making a positive impact in the communities where she grew up. She is passionate about empowering her patients to achieve their individual goals. To Sam, physical therapy isn’t just a temporary change, but a lifestyle change. Being physically active has always been important to Sam, she has played and coached team sports such as: soccer, tennis, volleyball, swim and even wrestling. She is looking forward to continuing her studies further to become the most proficient therapist she can be. Some fields of interest are women’s health, pain science, lymphedema management, acute care and many others. In her leisure time, Sam enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, HIIT classes, traveling, dancing, and spending quality time with her friends and family. 

Jenny Fronsman, PTA

Jenny has been practicing Physical Therapy in orthopedic settings since 2010. She received her Bachelors Degree in Human Kinetics with a focus in Kinesiology from Trinity Western University in 2008, and completed the Physical Therapist Assistant program through Olympic Community College in 2009. Jenny is passionate about empowering patients along the healing journey and helping to teach PT principles to enable one’s physical best quality of life. In her spare time Jenny enjoys community involvement, home renovations with her husband, and enjoying the beautiful PNW with her hound dog and lab.

Marysville

Hours:
Monday-Friday: 7:00 am- 6:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Hand Therapy
  • Custom Hand Splints & Orthotics
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
 

  • Balance Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

 

Marc Root, PTA, Clinic Director

Marc Root received his Physical Therapist Assistant training at PIMA medical institute graduating in 2011 and began working at our Cascade Rehabilitation Broadway location later that year. After several years he moved into a float position working at all 10 of our Summit and Cascade Rehabilitation clinics. He has now moved into the Clinic Director Role at Summit Rehabilitation- Marysville. He enjoys helping all types of patients and giving a different perspective to the treatment approach. Marc has a wife, daughter, son and two dogs that he loves to spend time with. In his spare time, he enjoys camping, hunting, fishing and coaching youth baseball. If you see Marc in a clinic you will see him sporting some sort of Seattle Mariners gear and talking about the team during the season and off-season.

Craig Christian, PT, COMT

Why did you become a Physical Therapist?
Leading people from fear, frustration, and disability to ability and confidence is very rewarding.

Continuing Education Commitment: Multiple myofascial and musculoskeletal courses taken over the last 30 years. Currently in the IMPACT program for certification in manipulative therapy.

Personal Interests: Camping, kayaking, fishing, hiking, skiing, and good music are great, but my greatest joy is grandchildren, present and future.

Educational Background: AAS Degree in Medical Radiologic Technology from Oregon Institute of Technology, 1977; BSPT from the University of Washington, 1984; Many CE courses with emphasis on Orthopedics.

Rebecca Barchus, PT, DPT

Rebecca is originally from the east coast but fell in love with the PNW when she moved here for graduate school. She received her DPT from the University of Washington. In her free time she enjoys exploring the PNW. From new parks and trails to lakes and beaches and all the great food, the wonders never seem to cease. When not exploring new places, she loves getting lost in a good book or show. Rebecca enjoys working with all types of patients. She has a passion for helping her patients on their journey to health and recovery by fostering independence and empowering her patients to achieve their goals.

Laura Wright, PT, DPT

I’ve grown up all over due to my dad being in the military, but I claim Ohio as home. I earned my Bachelors of Science in Health Science Studies at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. I returned to Ohio to earn my Doctorate of Physical Therapy at The Ohio State University. In 2018 I moved to Hawaii to work in an outpatient physical therapy clinic, working mostly with orthopedic injuries and some vestibular and concussion patients as well. In 2021 I followed my husband out to Washington for his next Air Force assignment, and we are excited to be in the PNW. Professionally, I enjoy working with orthopedic and vestibular injuries, and I hope to pursue further education in the diagnosis and treatment of concussions and post concussion syndrome. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, traveling, reading, eating good food, and watching sports.

Brian Feng, PT, DPT

Brian Feng is a native to the PNW, born and raised in Shoreline, WA. He graduated from Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT), 2018. He completed a Physical Therapy Orthopedic Residency Program in 2019 and became Board Certified in Orthopedics (OCS) by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). He is passionate about helping people get back to what they love through corrective exercise, hands on care, and education. Brian has enjoys lifelong learning so that he can provide better care. He loves spending time with his wife, gardening, cooking, and crafting the perfect latte.

Lisa Walker, MHA, OTR/L

Lisa is originally from Wisconsin and started her career as a COTA and got her Bachelor Degree from Concordia University of WI and Master in Health Administration from the University of Missouri.  She has a passion for sharing her knowledge of health care and Occupational Therapy with clients and co workers.  Throughout her career she has worked in a multitude of treatment settings including skilled nursing, outpatient orthopedic, home health and administration (to name a few). Currently she is working in Hand Therapy and expanding her knowledge base and certification in this setting. Lisa is an active member  of National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and Hand Therapy Certification Commission (HTCC). In her spare time she enjoys golf, football, camping and motorcycling.

Justin Hicks, PTA

Why I’m a Physical Therapist Assistant: Growing up watching and playing sports, I have always been fascinated by how the human body works. I also just enjoy people. Physical therapy allows me to pursue my passion while helping those return to life and function.

Continuing Education Commitment: I feel it’s important to never settle and stop learning. I try to learn new ways to do things from each therapist I work with. I hope to get the opportunity to explore Neurokinetic Therapy and the Fascial Distortion Model in the near future.

Personal Interests: I commit majority of my free time raising 3 boys alongside my wife, Rachel. We try to be active with water activities, hikes, and trips to the park especially when the weather is good. When I can escape, I like to play golf, catch a game, bbq, and hang with some friends.

Educational Background: I grew up locally and attended high school in Lake Stevens. I earned a BS in Kinesiology from Washington State University. Go Cougs!! I graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Whatcom CC in Bellingham in 2009.

Katie Soule, PTA

Katie is a Physical Therapist Assistant who graduated from Whatcom Community College in 2017. After tearing her ACL in high school and experiencing physical therapy from a patient perspective, she knew that this field was something she wanted to pursue.

She enjoys working with a wide variety of patients and strives to make everyone feel welcome while aiming to meet their personal rehabilitation goals. She resides in Mount Vernon with her husband and their son and loves spending time outdoors.
In her free time she enjoys fishing, hiking, paddle boarding, and spending time with her family and friends.

Mill Creek

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 6:30 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Lymphedema Therapy
  • Women’s Health
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
 

  • Balance Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Zack Robinson, PT, DPT, Clinic Director

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I knew early on I wanted to be a physical therapist when tore my ACL and started going to PT myself. My PT made a big impact on my life and helped me to gain stability and strength that propelled me to greater heights in my sports. The ability to impact people’s lives in a positive way and allow them to achieve their personal goals has continued to push me to be a better physical therapist.
Continuing Education Commitment: My continuing education interests include completing a fellowship in manual therapy, as well as becoming certified in strength and conditioning. I am also pursuing certification in additional spinal techniques for the state of Washington. I believe in continuously expanding my knowledge to include new research, and to prevent an atrophied mind. The stagnant mind gets left behind.
Personal Interests: My personal interests are varied including weight lifting, spending time with children/family, playing and watching sports, reading, hiking, swimming, television/movies.
Educational Background: I graduated from Minot State University honors and earned a B.S. in Corporate Fitness. I then completed my DPT at Eastern Washington University.

 

Mary Alice Duhme, PT COMT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: Physical Therapy is an amazing career. After 35 years, I still love what I do. I am able to work with patients daily to recover from injury or illness and improve their quality of life. I love building relationships with my patients and helping them progress to better strength, better posture, improved balance and return to the activities they enjoy.

Continuing Education Commitment: I have recently focused my continuing education on Women’s Health/Pelvic Floor dysfunction through the Herman and Wallace Institute. I have also taken courses in Vestibular Rehabilitation to treat dizziness and balance issues. I am presently increasing my manual therapy skills with the IMPACT Program.

Personal Interests: I have been a student of yoga for almost 20 years, which I believe has contributed to my Physical Therapy practice. Living in the Northwest, I love anything that gets me outside-hiking, biking, skiing or tending to my garden. And on a rainy day, I can often be found at a movie.

Educational Background: I received a degree in Biology from the University of California at San Diego, and my Physical Therapy degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

Maggie Strazzo, PT, COMT

I graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1978. She has worked in a multitude of venues from large trauma hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home care and outpatient clinics. She has certifications in : NDT neurodevelopmental treatment, COMT certified orthopedic manual therapy  from the IMPACT institute, lymphedema manual therapy from the Klose Institute, and vestibular rehabilitation from the Gans Institute. She is currently studying and taken the core courses through Hermann and Wallace in women’s and men’s pelvis health. Maggie enjoys working with patients on a one to one basis to achieve their goals and ultimate wellness.

Snohomish

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
  • Balance Rehabilitation
 

  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Tyler Cox, DPT, Clinic Director

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: My interest in physical therapy began at a young age, when I became interested in the biomechanics of the different sports with which I was involved. During my years as a collegiate athlete, I was able to experience the profession of physical therapy from a patient’s point of view and was incredibly grateful for the care that I received. These encounters motivate me to work closely with my patients to help them meet their personal goals beyond the physical milestones expected of them.

Continuing Education Commitment: My commitment to my patients relies on education. It is my personal responsibility as a Physical Therapist to be fully engaged in new techniques and relate them to my applicable patients. I am dedicated to expanding my knowledge as techniques and technologies are developed, and currently pursuing my Certification in Manual Therapy and Olympic Weight lifting.

Personal Interests: In my spare time, I enjoy being active, golfing, and supporting Seattle sports.

Educational Background: I received both my Doctorate in Physical Therapy and B.S. in Biology from the University of Washington. During my undergraduate years, I also attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where I was a Division I scholarship athlete.

Katie Tougas, PT, DPT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: For me, physical therapy was the perfect mix of sports and science. Growing up I played many different sports and was in and out of PT many times myself and always had a positive experience. Now as a therapist, I enjoy getting to know each of my patients and building a partnership with them in order to work together towards the common goal of getting them better and back to normal life.

Continuing Education Commitment: The opportunity to continue learning is one of my favorite things about our profession. I am currently pursuing an Orthopedic Manual Therapy certification and am excited to continue expanding my breath of knowledge in the future.

Personal Interests: In my free time I enjoy getting outside to enjoy the PNW – especially hiking, running, and petting every dog I come in contact with.

Educational Background: I received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Washington. Before that, I completed my undergraduate studies at Seattle University, while running Division I track.

Ryan Keaton, PT,DPT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist:I used to be an accountant believe it or not! I became fascinated with the human body when I experienced a long bout of chronic pain and ended up in a physical therapy clinic as a patient. I loved the environment and decided to pursue physical therapy as a new career. Since becoming a PT, I’ve loved working with people in the clinic, hearing their stories, and helping coach them through whatever they’re dealing with. I really like to motivate and educate people. I believe that’s the best thing we can do for our patients so that they can build self-confidence and independence. As a former triathlete and swimmer, I’ve dealt with my fair share of sports related injuries. I love working with athletes and helping them problem solve so they can get back to their sport.

Continuing Education Commitment: I’m always looking to expand my knowledge and build expertise in certain areas. It’s important we stay up to date on the latest research so that we’re using interventions that are backed by solid evidence.

Personal Interests: I enjoy anything outdoors: hiking, camping, running. On the weekends I’m usually at the climbing gym or outside.

Educational Background:
MSA from Texas Tech University
Doctor of Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University

Andrea Vos, PTA

Why I Chose To Become a PTA: During my career as a dancer and fitness instructor, I became increasingly interested in helping people attain and improve wellness through movement and natural means. My experience as a Certified Personal Trainer and as a Chiropractic Assistant provided a great introduction, but never fully addressed the complete picture of why someone is having pain or experiencing difficulty executing a movement properly and then how to solve this more comprehensively. I decided to go back to school and become a Physical Therapist Assistant in order to work hands-on with people as individuals, each with their unique needs and goals, and make a positive impact by teaching them how to allow their bodies to heal themselves.

Continuing Education Commitment: I am fortunate to be a part of the team at Summit in Snohomish and to work part-time at our sister clinic, Cascade, in Silver Lake, as I am regularly exposed to new and different ideas and techniques from a variety of experienced Physical Therapists. Additionally, I enjoy the opportunities to advance and expand my skills both as a PTA and a Group Fitness Instructor with continuing education courses, such as Muscle Energy Technique, PNF, and different fitness formats. Outside of the clinic, I specialize in teaching Barre fitness classes which are a huge complement to the principles of rehab exercise and provide a safe environment for students to learn stability and core control as well as sculpt their figures.

Personal Interests: In my spare time, I enjoy taking and teaching dance classes, “dinking”, reading, bike riding, hiking, and travelling both internationally and exploring the beautiful PACNW. After relocating to Seattle from Chicago in 2011 with my amazing fiancée, Mohamed, I am happy that my immediate family is now all within reasonable driving distance from each other for the first time in many years, including my step-children, whom are best described as “awesome”.

Radhika Brady, PTA

I became a PTA to better understand the human body and how it works so that I could feel empowered to know what to do in different scenarios. So far, it helps not only my patients in their rehabilitation process, but also my family when they have aches and pains from everyday life. 

 I love to keep learning with continuing education as this field offers so many facets of evolving knowledge to further improve on how to help our bodies heal. I have taken many manual therapy courses, exercise focused courses and taping courses to continue to learn how to better help my patients, and I expect to continue with courses in my field to always strive to be in the know. 

 I have 2 kids and a dog who take up most of my time, other than when I am at work! However, I do enjoy reading, watching movies with the family, and going on mini adventures with my husband. 

 I graduated from Pima Medical Institute in 2012 with my AOS degree and have been a licensed practicing therapist assistant since! 

Sultan

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
 

  • Balance Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management

David Cagle, DPT, Clinic Director

David Cagle, DPT, Clinic Director, has been practicing in the Seattle area since graduating in 2018 from the University of Texas Medical Branch with a doctorate in physical therapy. A native of Texas, Dave moved to Washington to escape the heat and explore the beauty of the PNW. Dave served in the US Army and received his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Texas. Current areas of interest include sports rehab, vestibular rehab, and foot and ankle rehab.

 

 

Cheryl Robinson, MSPT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I am drawn to physical therapy as a way to empower people to have a hand in their own health, well-being and ability to function. I continue to love my job for those same reasons.  I feel learning and understanding how your body works can lead to a lifetime of improved function and quality of life.  I love the challenge and complexities of the human body and continue to learn every day.

Continuing Education Commitment: I strive to continuously further and better my professional skills and knowledge with up to date education, research and hands on studies to give my patients the best care so they can achieve the most from life.

Personal Interests: In my down time I love being in the outdoors with my 2 boys and my husband. My hobbies include photography, horses and reading a great book.

Educational Background: BS from Indiana University with a Major in Kinesiology and a minor in Psych, Masters in PT from University of Colorado.

Snohomish-Lincoln Ave.

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
  • Balance Rehabilitation
 

  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Tyler Cox, DPT, Clinic Director

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: My interest in physical therapy began at a young age, when I became interested in the biomechanics of the different sports with which I was involved. During my years as a collegiate athlete, I was able to experience the profession of physical therapy from a patient’s point of view and was incredibly grateful for the care that I received. These encounters motivate me to work closely with my patients to help them meet their personal goals beyond the physical milestones expected of them.

Continuing Education Commitment: My commitment to my patients relies on education. It is my personal responsibility as a Physical Therapist to be fully engaged in new techniques and relate them to my applicable patients. I am dedicated to expanding my knowledge as techniques and technologies are developed, and currently pursuing my Certification in Manual Therapy and Olympic Weight lifting.

Personal Interests: In my spare time, I enjoy being active, golfing, and supporting Seattle sports.

Educational Background: I received both my Doctorate in Physical Therapy and B.S. in Biology from the University of Washington. During my undergraduate years, I also attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where I was a Division I scholarship athlete.