Teri Low-McGavin, PT


  • Bachelor's degree, Physical Therapy, University of Puget Sound

Specialized Training

  • Falling in the Elderly: Diagnosis and Intervention Seminar
  • Falling in the Elderly: Advanced Course in Assessment and Treatment of Balance and Mobility Disorders in Geriatric Populations Seminar
  • Evaluation and Treatment of the Vestibular Patient Seminar
  • International Weight Lifting Association Certified
  • The McKenzie Institute, Completed Level C
  • Contributing author, Common Problems in Pediatric Sports Medicine


Teri Low-McGavin, PT, focuses on assisting her patients in abolishing the symptoms they came to resolve. The secondary goal is teaching the individual how to manage their problem independently, so they achieve lasting benefit and avoid the need for recurrent medical consultation. In winter and spring, Teri loves to spend as much time as possible in the mountains of Washington, Nevada and California snow skiing. In the fall, she attends all home games for the University of Washington football team as a dedicated "Dawg" fan.

"I feel education is the most important service I can provide to my patients."
Teri Low-McGavin, PT