Current Job Openings at our Clinics!


We are looking for a great PT to join our team!  We offer a collegial environment where individual treatment styles are appreciated, learning and growth are emphasized, and patient empowerment is key. We believe in being an individual's partner for life in their health and wellbeing.

Like all of our clinics, we are grounded in orthopedics and sports. We also offer niches in women's health, running assessment and orthotics, vestibular rehab, sports readiness assessment, and prevention and wellness through personal training and conditioning classes. We offer a loaded benefits package and healthy bonuses. If you think you are a good fit for us, please send us your information!


Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy is searching for a part or full-time front desk receptionist to join our team! 

We are a general orthopedic and sports-oriented outpatient clinic serving the Issaquah area.  

We are looking for someone to be the face of our clinic who is very energetic and loves talking to people on a daily basis. Person must be able to maintain a calm and polite demeanor in any situation. Strong multitasking and prioritizing skills are highly valued.

We offer full-time benefits including medical/dental, simple IRA, PTO, and paid holidays

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Klahanie(Sammamish Plateu):

We are in need of a part time aide for our busy ortho/sports clinic. Ideal candidate is a person intending to become a physical therapist who has a dynamic personality who can learn new things, be graceful under pressure, and make our clients feel as important as they are. Previous experience with physical therapy or fitness is a plus.

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