Theresa graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Concordia University in Wisconsin in 2010 (Go Packers!). She came to Seattle for one of her clinicals, fell in love with the PNW and never left. She has developed her skills in manual therapy and is currently Level I certified through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) and a Certified Mulligan Practitioner. Theresa enjoys getting to know each patient’s story and developing a plan to help them achieve their individual goals. She is certified in ASTYM to help improve tissue mobility, which is especially helpful for chronic soft tissue injuries. She is also a ski coach with Rippin' Chix and SheJumps, working mostly with women through camps to help develop their skills. An avid trail runner, skier and Turns All Year enthusiast (she’s only missed 3 months of skiing since she moved here in 2010), Theresa can be found playing in the mountains most weekends, often with her fiance and her pup.
Special interests: sports rehab including skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering, rock climbing, trail and road running, and all other weekend warriors. Chronic tendinitis, foot/ankle injuries, knee and hip pain, shoulder rehab, and posture and alignment issues.
Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Concordia University Wisconsin
Bachelor's of Sports Science with Minor in Health and Nutrition - Northern Michigan University
We'll create a program for you at the clinic and at home, both will improve your condition. We strongly value your input during the course of treatment to .