PT | Edmonds
"I view my role as one of a guide and a teacher; to better help my patients understand the history of their specific issue, to understand pain (and to not be afraid of it) and to work together to find solutions appropriate to their individual circumstances. Improving one’s functional abilities is of my primary concern; returning someone to what brings them joy and happiness is my greatest reward."
When not in the clinic, you will often find me in my garden, in my kitchen, or hanging with my wife and 2 adult children, their spouses, and dogs. All of this up and down demands that I practice what I preach with respect to maintaining the body I have been given and I am an advocate for all types of exercise as I don't want to be removed from what brings me joy by injury. I try to bring this passion to work with me every single day and infuse this with my patient interactions.
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Washington, 1983
Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology, University of Washington, 1981
- Post-Operative Care
- Scar Management
- Sports Performance
- Anything Chronic in nature