Issaquah, WA 98027
phone: (425) 391-9211
fax: (425) 391-9545
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Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy - Issaquah specializes in outpatient orthopedic, spine and sports physical therapy and rehabilitation services. We provide high quality care in an ethical, caring and cost effective environment. We value the importance of individual treatment plans and the consistency of care from seeing the same provider each visit.
Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy - Issaquah is an independent clinic owned and directed by physical therapists. We look forward to serving the community in which we live. Our therapists work closely with patients to develop a personal treatment plan focused on the special needs of each individual.
We are open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Committed to providing quality physical therapy care, efficiently and successfully.
- Back Care Education
- Baseball Performance Enhancement Training
- Bike Fitting
- Biomechanical Evaluations
- Biomechanical evaluations of walk/running gait, golf swing, pitching
- Body mechanics ergonomic information
- Body Mechanics Training
- Functional Movement Screenings for Athletes
- Gait Training
- Golf Performance Enhancement Training
- Manual Therapy
- Mom's Vitality Program
- Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation
- Orthotic Fabrication (Custom Orthotics)
- Outpatient Orthopedic Physical Therapy
- Posture and Body Mechanics Education
- Posture and Body Mechanics Training
- Power Plate Vibration Training
- Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation
- Pre and Post Surgery Rehabilitation
- Pre and Post Surgical Care
- Spinal Rehabilitation
- Sport Specific Performance Enhancement Training for Individuals or Teams
- Sports Rehabilitation
- Treatment of BPPV
- Work Related Injury Rehabilitation
Clinic Director: Dan Swinscoe, MPT, CSCS
Dan is your orthopedic specialist, particularly in injuries associated with golf and baseball. He earned his master's in physical therapy from the University of Puget Sound.
Dan has also shown his support for the local sports teams in the area. He has served as physical therapist for the Everett Aquasox and Bellevue Blackhawks and currently serves as a volunteer physical therapist for Skyline and Issaquah high schools. He regularly speaks to Sammamish, Issaquah, and Thunderbird Little Leagues about injury prevention and treatment. In addition, Dan is a member of the Physical Therapy Association of Washington, holding various positions within the organization, and has been on the Issaquah School District Sports Medicine Advisory Committee for over 10 years.
Clinic Manager: Tami Shinn, DPT, OCS
Tami enjoys the collaboration with her colleagues and patients to help them realize their strengths and areas for improvements. "I enjoy finding what people are passionate about and helping them return to these pursuits."
Born and raised in Seattle, Tami loves the outdoors â€“ she enjoys skiing, hiking, waterskiing, bicycling, and traveling.
Kerry L. Field, DPT, CSCS
Kerry is getting more involved in PT outreach overseas (Went to Haiti in 2010, hoping to expand to other areas such as Africa and South America) - helping with patient treatment and caregiver education to increase quality of care in much needed areas of the world.
Steve Sloan, PT
"My goal as a physical therapist is to help my patients understand their injury and how to prevent it from happening again."
In his free time, Steve enjoys playing ice hockey — which gives him a chance to empathize with his patients, while woodworking is his creative outlet. He's also learning to play guitar.
Brad Defenbaugh PT, DPT, SCS
After playing sports throughout high school and college, and suffering multiple injuries, Brad learned first hand to appreciate physical therapy.
Brad is a Certified Titleist Medical Professional through the Titleist Performance Institute, the leading source for golf fitness.
Brad's areas of specialty are post surgical orthopedics and sports related injuries.
Christine Anderson, PTA
Christine is currently earning her Bachelor's in Health Sciences from the University of Missouri, "I've served patients in health care for 20 years including work as a Medical Assistant and Phlebotomist."
Christine loves manual and soft tissue work, and is ASTYM certified. ASTYM treatment stimulates the regenerative healing process of the body. It's non-invasive, works fast and consistently. "... athletics and health, art and science, I'm so fortunate physical therapy provides me the opportunity to follow all my interests!"
Christine is a lifelong competitor, riding horses (Dressage and trails) and running. She competed throughout high school and college, and more recently has enjoyed running a half and full marathon.
When not at work, Christine and her husband are home chasing kids, walking dogs, "gardening, tackling home projects and even tending to our four chickens."
Laurie Suhy, PT
"My brother was injured as a teenager and received PT at our hometown hospital. After going to several of his sessions, I started volunteering there and eventually got my first job there."
Laurie specializes in chronic back injuries, extensive soft tissue work and manual therapy. She preaches the Importance of home exercise from day one of treatment, teaching the patients to ultimately be self sufficient in their recovery.
Laurie says it's easy to love her work: "1. Our staff is amazing. Energetic, friendly and well trained. 2. Issaquah still has a small town feel. Everyone is proud of the community and many of our clients know each other. We end up seeing multiple members of the same family. 3. Peak highly regards continuing education, making sure that their therapists can provide a variety of high quality services."
Since Laurie uses several Pilates based exercises to rehab her patients, she's finalizing her Pilates certification. She'll provide one on one instruction and group exercise classes at appropriate levels for clients with injuries.
Besides continued learning, Laurie enjoys hiking, kayaking, gardening, and hanging with the kids (watching "the band'" or dance recitals) and volunteering at their schools.