Monday, Wednesday: 7:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday: 6:30am-7:00pm
- Physical Therapy services
- Hand Therapy
- Custom Hand Splints & Orthotics
- Spine Rehabilitation and Extremities
- Sports Medicine
- Running Rehabilitation Program
- Balance Rehabilitation
- Work Injury Management
- TMJ Treatment
- Chronic/Persistent pain
Joe Gizzi, PT, DPT, Clinic Director
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 Joyce, DPT, COMT
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 Channing MOT, OTR/L, CHT
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 Johnson, PTA
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.