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Physical therapists work closely with primary care and specialists at The Everett Clinic. You get one-on-one care designed for your unique needs.  

Heal from surgery

We offer care for people after surgery for orthopedic injuries, fractures, sports injuries and arthritis (joint pain). We also help care for sprains, strains, back and neck pain, spinal problems and amputations.

Recover from injuries

We offer a wide range of care, including joint and spine mobilization and exercise to help you heal. We also offer neuromuscular re-education. (This is therapy to help muscles and nerves work together better).


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  • We’re trained to find and care for a number of problems with balance. Our goal is to help you return to a daily life without dizziness and instability.

  • Aging can bring about a number of problems that increase your chances of falling. We have a wide range of therapy to help you move with confidence.

  • The therapist watches how you run to figure out how you can run more efficiently or with less pain. Care may include stretching and or strengthening exercises at home; help choosing shoes; changes in how you walk or run; using braces, insoles or taping. Running analysis is offered at our Smokey Pointe, Gunderson, Edmonds and Shoreline locations.


  • We care for a wide range of problems that can come with age. For example: arthritis, osteoporosis (brittle bones), cancer, Alzheimer's disease, hip and joint replacement, balance disorders and incontinence. 

  • This is a type of care that uses hands-on pressure. The therapist gently moves a joint and nearby tissues to correct any problems with how far the joint can move.

  • For infants, children and teens. We care for children with developmental delays, cerebral palsy and musculoskeletal injuries. We also care for children with spina bifida and torticollis. Care focuses on improving motor skills, balance and coordination, strength and endurance.

  • People of all genders are welcomed for evaluation and treatment of a pelvic floor dysfunction (problem). Pelvic floor dysfunctions include, but aren't limited to:

    • Urinary and fecal incontinence
    • Difficulty with bowel, bladder or sexual activity
    • Painful scars after childbirth or surgery
    • Ongoing sacroiliac (joints that connect your pelvis and lower spine), tailbone or low back pain
    • Pelvic pain problems


    Treatment may include, but isn't limited to:

    • Observation (watching closely)
    • Palpation 
    • Soft tissue and scar mobilization
    • Joint mobilization
    • Stretching and strengthening exercises
    • Use of vaginal dilators
    • Vaginal or rector sensors for biofeedback
    • Electrical stimulation
    • Ultrasound
    • Use of heat or cold
    • Education
  • Whether you’re a professional athlete or not, we’re here to help. We care for a wide range of injuries, sprains and strains. We also care for tendonitis and tendinosis (problems with tissue that attaches muscle to bone).


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