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At Cascade, we are committed to making your experience as comfortable as possible.
As our patient you will receive the highest quality of hands-on care provided by skilled physical therapists that utilize an evidence-based approach.
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Monday-Friday: 7:30 am -6:30pm
Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I’ve always been mechanically inclined and enjoy helping people. Physical therapy allows me to help others while doing what I love.
Continuing Education Commitment: I am interested in continuing to develop my manual therapy skills and obtain a certification in orthopedic manual therapy (COMT).
Personal Interests: I love being in the mountains either exploring trails on my mountain bike or chasing powder on my snowboard.
Educational Background: I attended Western Washington University in Bellingham and earned a B.S. in Kinesiology. After taking a year off to work as a physical therapist aide, I attended Physical Therapy school at Regis University in Denver, Colorado.
Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I am a PT because I am inspired by being able to genuinely help people as my profession. I also take pride in being able to recognize the small accomplishments that lead to achievement of bigger goals.
Continuing Education Commitment: I have taken level I and II courses in the North American Institute of Manual therapy and am trained in Mulligan, Aquatic Therapy and Manual therapy.
Personal Interests: I enjoy fishing, downhill skiing, coaching youth sports and outdoor activities.
Educational Background: Master of Physical Therapy Degree, Eastern Washington University, 1998
Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I discovered massage therapy after running a sub 2:30 marathon. Massage has many benefits for all different needs.
Continuing Education Commitment: I have extensive experience working with patients recovering from orthopedic injuries, spinal cord injuries and lymphedema. I also enjoy working with student athletes and older patients. I have worked as a Physical Therapy Aide in both inpatient and outpatient environments since 1990.
Personal Interests: I am a cancer survivor. I have competed at the national level as a marathon runner, achieving sub 2 hour and 30-minute times. I am also proud to be a father of two adult children, J. Michael and Alyssa.
Educational Background: I graduated from the Seattle Massage School in 1993. From 1993 to 2006 I taught Kinesiology at Ashmead College.
Why I’m a Physical Therapist Assistant: I met a therapist when I was in high school and he was so dynamic and compassionate about his career, that I volunteered in his clinic and the rest is history.
Continuing Education Commitment: I have taken a wide variety of classes over the years to expand my knowledge base and usually with a certain patient in mind.
Personal Interests: I have a 30acre farm, 2 grown children, no grandchildren and am president of the board at my local museum.
Educational Background: I graduated from the PTA program at Green River Community College in 1980.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 6:30am – 7:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Friday: 6:30am – 6:00pm
Jeff has been practicing physical therapy with Cascade Rehab since graduating from the University of Puget Sound in 2000. Over the last 17 years, he has obtained his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist credential thru the NSCA and his Certified Manual Physical Therapist designation thru the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Jeff is a clinical instructor, assisting in the education process for many new therapists and exercise physiologists over the years. He has volunteered his time for event coverage with Mariner and Cascade High Schools. He also served as the team physical therapist for the Everett Aquasox prior the birth of his two children. Jeff has a long history of treating spine and extremity injuries in the Everett area. He believes in empowering patients through education on their condition and the rehabilitation process to ensure the best outcomes. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys woodworking, watching/coaching his two girl’s sports, camping and hiking with the whole family, and rooting on the Huskies!
Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I’ve always known I wanted a career path that involved helping people. I thought I could be the most helpful to my parents and family if I became a PT. From there the actual joy and desire of being a PT evolved for me. I consider myself very lucky to be doing what I enjoy.
Continuing Education Commitment: Learning never ends. I am drawn to classes that are based on functional biomechanics (of joints and of person) and neurologically sound in theory.
Personal Interests: Simplicity – being in the moment with my kids; holding hands with my husband; petting my dog and cat; having a good conversation; eating good food; traveling to new places; experiencing new things.
Educational Background: BS in Human Biology from EWU 1996, Masters of Physical Therapy from EWU 1998, Certified Manual Physical Therapist 2008, Vestibular Therapist Competency Certification 2012
Why I’m a Physical Therapist: My path to becoming a physical therapist started from a desire of wanting to make a difference. Guidance from teachers and my parents helped lead me to this profession, which blended my early passions of athletics and science. As I studied the human body more in college, I became fascinated with how the smallest detail, even in a cell, could affect an entire system. I found this same consistency while studying biomechanics of the human body. I was amazed how the smallest change that altered normal movement patterns could create significant dysfunction over time, eventually causing pain. I enjoy acting like “Sherlock Holmes” in identifying and treating the underlying factors to help stimulate healing and return a person to pain free daily activity. That is a fun journey to go on with a patient!
Continuing Education Commitment: My goal is to continue to grow and learn from as many experts as possible. The knowledge gained from these experts I will always inspire me to push myself to learn more and never be content with where I am. I have chosen to take courses that emphasize excellent biomechanical evaluation skills and sound clinical reasoning.
Personal Interests: I love dogs, and am a proud owner of two wonderful boxers. That in itself at times seems like a full-time job working on draining their energy and training them to be polite dogs in public. I’ve played piano since the age of five years and cherished the opportunity to train as a classical pianist in college and accompany the University choir. Currently I’m content with working on individual pieces in my spare time. I grew up a “Blazer Believer” in Oregon and love the drama sports can provide. Especially when the Ducks play the Huskies!
Educational Background: Undergraduate degree from Pacific University with a major in exercise science and a minor in music. I earned my Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Pacific University and have taken levels I-III from North American Institute of Manual Therapy including their Thoracic/Rib course. Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) earned 2012. Currently enrolled in an 18-month IMPACT program in the process of earning my certification in manual therapy (CMPT).
Christy grew up in the Puget Sound area and received her bachelors of science in occupational therapy from The University of Puget Sound in 2000. She started her occupational therapy career in the United States Army, serving on active duty for four years at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. While in the Army, she earned a special designation as an Upper Extremity Neuromusculoskeletal Evaluator. She then relocated to Washington State and has been working at Cascade Rehabilitation since 2004. Christy earned the distinguished designation as a Certified Hand Therapist in 2007. Since then she has continued to advance her clinical skills by attending advanced hand training seminars and with regular review of current peer reviewed literature. She is an active member of the American Society of Hand Therapists. In addition to spending time with her husband and three children, Christy enjoys singing with her church’s worship team and with the Mill Creek Chorale.
Andrew has been a Physical Therapist Assistant since 2010. Including five years at Cascade Rehabilitation in Silver Lake. He graduated from Pima Medical Institute’s PTA program in 2009 and went on to obtain certifications in Applied Functional Science and Kinesio Taping, to name a few. In his spare time, Andrew is a self-proclaimed “gym rat,” with a passion for the sport of bodybuilding, but his absolute favorite thing to do is spending time with his wife and two children.
Graduated from Seattle Massage School and became licensed in 1994. I’ve been with Cascade Rehab at their Colby, Harbour Pt., and Silverlake locations since 1998. Started in the PT department and soon moved over to OT/Hand Therapy full time. OT allowed me to use my massage skills daily which I am thankful for and enjoy very much. I’ve worked with the best hand therapists over the years and I’ve learned so much from all of them!
My non-work time is dedicated to my family, my 2 cats Joey and Gabby, animal activism, music, whale watching, beach time at Picnic Pt., and naps.
Joel Anderson graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1997 with his Master of Physical Therapy degree. In 2003, he graduated from the Ola Grimsby Institute with a Doctor of Physical Therapy as well as a Master of Orthopedic Manual Therapy degree. In 2013, he earned his PhD in Orthopedic Manual Therapy and is currently an instructor and clinical mentor for the Ola Grimsby Institute. He was accepted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapy in 2013. He has been a practicing therapist since 1997, and has been Therapy Director for Cascade Rehabilitation since 2007. He is passionate about improving patients’ overall health through increased strength and stability, improved stress management, and better diet. His orthopedic clinical practice emphasizes restoring myofascial mobility in all patient types with an emphasis on headaches and spinal pain. Dr. Anderson has also been an invited speaker at the OGI competency Forum, PTWA practice panel, University of Washington, University of North Dakota, Everett Community College, and the Ashmead Massage school. He serves in an advisory position with several high schools’ sports medicine programs and provides industrial consultation for on-site orthopedic and repetitive stress injuries.
After graduating from Western Washington University with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, Catherine Heggie went to the University of North Dakota for her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. While she was there, she jumped at the opportunity to do a clinical rotation back in the in the beautiful PNW with Cascade Rehabilitation in Mount Vernon. When she graduated, she returned to Washington and Cascade Rehabilitation. Dr. Heggie is currently completing a post-doctorate residency in orthopedic manual therapy through the Ola Grimsby Institute with an emphasis on chronic neck and low back pain. She also has a special focus on pelvic floor physical therapy for incontinence, pelvic pain, and pelvic dysfunction following childbirth.
Jordan graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Minor in Media Analysis from Arizona State University in 2011. He then obtained his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Whatcom Community College in 2016. Jordan was introduced to the field of physical therapy for the first time as a high school athlete. Even though it wasn’t always fun, the overall experience was quite positive which is what prompted him to pursue a career path as a PTA. Jordan loves this field of work because he gets to interact and build rapport with a very diverse population. He believes the best part of his job is being involved in a patient’s road to recovery (working closely with each person to help maximize their potential) so that they can achieve both their short and long-term goals. He has been a big Seattle sports fan since childhood. In addition to his passion for the Seahawks and Mariners, Jordan is a big advocate of bringing the Sonics back to Seattle. He also loves to travel – whether it’s visiting family in different parts of the country or flying to watch the Seahawks play on the road. In his spare time, you can find Jordan in the kitchen cooking, barbecuing outside on the grill, shooting hoops, attending sporting events, playing Madden on Xbox, or hanging out with friends.
Monday, Wednesday: 7:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday: 6:30am-7:00pm
Joe graduated from Western Washington University in 2002 with a B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science/pre-physical therapy, and from the University of Washington in 2006 with his Doctorate in Physical therapy. Since then he has practiced with Cascade Rehabilitation in Everett and Harbour Pointe, and has been a Clinical Director since 2011. He has also went on to become a certified manual therapist, and is a credentialed clinical instructor for physical therapy students. Joe enjoys using a hands-on approach with manual therapy combined with creating specific exercise programs designed to treat an individual’s specific dysfunction. He enjoys treating spine and extremities in all stages of healing, and striving towards each patient’s functional goals with emphasis on education. In his free time Joe enjoys spending time with his wife and two children in the great outdoors.
Danielle has been practicing with Cascade Rehab since graduating with her Doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of Washington in 2010. She obtained a certification in manual therapy and has taken continuing education in pain theory related to chronic pain conditions as well as rehabilitation for running-related injuries. Danielle enjoys treating a variety of conditions and working with patients of all ages. She has a personal interest in endurance sports and has completed multiple marathons and triathlons including Ironman Canada.
Cara has been practicing hand therapy since her graduation from the University of Washington with a Master’s Degree in Occupational therapy in 2004. She joined the Cascade/Summit Rehabilitation team in 2010 and has gone on to become a Certified Hand Therapist. Cara readily educates–and hopes to inspire–future therapists as a formal clinical instructor for occupational therapy college programs and informally with local high school and college student observation/volunteer opportunities. Evidence-based is Cara’s preferred approach to occupational therapy with continuing education courses and monthly reading of current advancements in medical journals: Journal of Hand Therapy and Journal of Hand Surgery. She applies these current techniques and information to customized therapy programs for the unique injury and personal requirements of each client. In her spare time, Cara enjoys: traveling, water skiing, golf, watching her husband cook, and family time in the great NW outdoors with her two kiddos.
Hailey has been a Physical therapist assistant for 3 years and has been working in an outpatient orthopedic setting since graduating Pima Medical Institute’s Physical Therapist Assistant program in Seattle, WA. She is currently working through a mentorship program to attain the APTA PTA advanced proficiency of orthopedics certification. When not at work Hailey spends time with her son and family enjoying all that the beautiful PNW has to offer.
Monday-Friday: 7:00am- 6:00pm
Edwin moved to the West side of the USA from Florida but is originally from the Caribbean. He obtained his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Florida International University (FIU) and is currently completing a Doctor of Science in Orthopeadic Manual therapy through Andrews University. Dr. Ryan also holds an undergraduate degree in physical education from the University College of Barbados, a bachelor science in athletic training from the University of South Florida, a Master’s of Science with an emphasis on Advanced Athletic Training from FIU and a clinical doctoral degree in Manual Osteopathy through the National University of Medical Sciences.
Edwin is committed to leaning and has participated in numerous continuing education courses with organizations such as North American Institute of Orthopeadic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT), International Academy of Orthopeadic Medicine-US (IAOM-US), the Gray Institute, hands on seminars and the University of St Augustine and thus utilizes an eclectic approach to treatment. Additionally, he is an instructor for the Kinesio Taping Association and currently serves on the research committee for the Kinesio Taping Association as well as on the Education committee for the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Before starting PT school, Edwin also spent over 2 years perusing PhD level graduate studies in Dietetics and Nutrition a FIU and is thus passionate about nutrition. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with friends, exercising, hiking, running and a variety of Latin dances.
Dale graduated from the University of North Dakota and has been practicing PT for over 35 years. He has worked in a large acute care hospital, a rehabilitation hospital, and primarily in private practice outpatient settings. He has been with Cascade Rehab since it was established in 1998. Dale has completed certification in 3 long term post graduate programs. These post graduate programs give him a foundation to treat a diverse spectrum of patients from the athlete to the more sedentary person. Dale enjoys tennis, bicycling, backpacking/hiking and trying to keep up with his wife/teenage sons.
Patrick is originally from Vancouver, Canada. He received his B.S. from University of Puget Sound. He specializes in treating the spine, low back, sacroiliac joints and the neck. Patrick is a dedicated runner and enjoys gardening.
Kirsti is originally from Portland, Oregon and she obtained her Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Washington. She has been practicing Physical Therapy in an Everett orthopedic outpatient clinic for over 25 years. Kirsti enjoys working with all patients and feels fortunate to learn something new on a daily basis. She strives to help her patients optimize their functional rehabilitation potential through her manual skills and exercise prescription. She has co-developed Cascade’s aquatic therapy program which continues to grow and serve her diverse patient population. Away from the clinic, she can be found outside. She loves to run and walk through the neighborhood, cheer for her daughters and enjoy the Pacific Northwest waters boating with her husband.
Peter grew up in Phoenix, AZ and obtained his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University. He went on to complete a residency program and became a board-certified orthopedic specialist (OCS) at the Evidence in Motion Institute. Peter’s professional focus has been orthopedic physical therapy, surgical and non-surgical spine and extremity rehabilitation with a manual therapy emphasis. In his free time he enjoys hanging out with his two dogs and spending time with friends and family.
Aiko is originally from Orange County, CA and received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chapman University. She went on to become specialized in vestibular rehabilitation and has continued to pursue training in orthopedic manual therapy techniques. She is dedicated to continuing her knowledge base by surrounding herself with experienced clinicians and pursuing continuing education that supports maximizing her patient’s function. During her free time, she is a foodie and an outdoor enthusiast – hiking, camping or running with her dog and husband.
Bekah was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She obtained her Associates degree from PIMA Medical Institute in Seattle. She has since been certified in Aquatic Therapy. She is passionate about helping patients achieve their goals in an aquatic setting. In her spare time Bekah enjoys kayaking and spending time with her husband and 1-year old son.