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Molly Riley

Physical Therapist, PT, DPT

Bio

Molly is a Seattle native who completed her undergraduate degree in Human Physiology with a focus in Exercise Physiology at the University of Oregon. She then worked for the University of Oregon as a Project Manager and Lab Coordinator for the Cardiovascular Control and Exercise Physiology labs. While she will always be interested in research, Molly discovered that her true passion was helping individuals heal and reach their unique goals. To fulfill this passion, she went on to complete her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Puget Sound.

Having grown up playing year-round soccer, she understands the demands on young athletes’ bodies and is eager to help them heal and prevent future injuries. While she enjoys treating individuals of all ages with musculoskeletal and neuromuscular dysfunction, Molly is particularly passionate about pelvic health and women’s health physical therapy. She creates a safe space for patients to discuss their pelvic floor dysfunction and helps guide individuals to better understand their bodies. She works together with her patients to create a plan of care that will provide them with an improved quality of life.

In her free time, Molly loves spending time with her family and loved ones, especially if it involves going on a walk, hike, or great food.

Whatever your goal may be, Molly is there to help you reach it! If you have any questions for her, please email her at mriley@peaksportsandspinept.com

Education & Accomplishments

Bachelor Degree in Human Physiology from University of Oregon

Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Puget Sound

Herman & Wallace Pelvic Floor Level 2A: Colorectal and Coccyx Conditions, Male Pelvic Floor

Herman & Wallace Pelvic Floor Level 2B: Urogynecologic Examination and Treatment Interventions

Herman & Wallace Bowel Pathology Function, Dysfunction and the Pelvic Floor

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