Mobilize Physical Therapy, is a premier Physical Therapy practice located in Seattle, Washington. We use an evidence based, whole-person approach for diagnosis and treatment of your condition. We work with you to help improve function, decrease pain, and improve range of motion so that you can meet your mobility and exercise goals. Whether you want to climb a mountain or be able to work at your desk without pain, we can help. To learn more about treatments at Mobilize Physical Therapy, schedule an appointment by phone or online today.
At Mobilize Physical Therapy, we combine hands-on treatment, exercise re-training, and patient education to help you return to or exceed your prior level of function. You will receive customized at-home exercise prescriptions to continue the healing process between visits. We focus on improving mobility, reducing pain, and restoring your quality of life.
If you have chronic knee, back, or shoulder pain, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, other sports-related injuries, a concussion, post-surgery, or trauma, you can turn to the licensed Physical Therapists at Mobilize Physical Therapy for a personalized rehabilitation experience. At Mobilize Physical Therapy, we schedule all of our appointments for 1 hour with licensed Physical Therapists. Our goal is to keep patients scheduled with their primary Physical Therapist provider during your course of care.
At Mobilize Physical Therapy, we use a variety of treatment techniques including functional exercise programs, hands-on manual therapy, augmented soft tissue mobilization (including ASTYM® and Graston Technique®), running analyses, post-concussion rehabilitation, and pre-and post-surgical rehabilitation to restore patients’ quality of life. We also offer BikeFit® custom bike fittings to reduce stress and strain during long rides. Our Therapists are trained in the ConnectTherapy™ treatment model, and have taken coursework through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) and the Institute of Physical Art (IPA).
Dr. Kelcy Lee, PT, DPT, OCS
Kelcy believes in developing individualized treatment plans that focus on patient goals. She feels that by providing people with the proper tools and knowledge, they can truly take charge of their recovery and continuing health.
Dr. Shana Stratford, PT, DPT
Shana believes that education and prevention are the pillars of recovery and healthy living. A practicing physical therapist since 2006, Shana’s clinical interest lies in orthopedics where she enjoys treating patients of all physical backgrounds.
Dr. Shawnee Perkins, PT, DPT, OCS
Shawnee believes in establishing a strong patient-therapist relationship and working collaboratively to create individualized treatment plans. Her treatment approach focuses on neuromuscular training and proper body mechanics to foster long term health.
Dr. Emily Burghardt, PT, DPT, OCS
Emily’s treatment style is focused on each person individually. Through education and open discussions she creates a treatment plan that is patient centered.
Dr. Gabby Anderson, PT, DPT
Gabby loves working with people of all ages and fitness levels and finds joy in getting her patients back to whatever it is they enjoy doing!
Dr. Vicky Hoang-Moncino, PT, DPT
Vicky believes that optimizing movement is a critical component of physical therapy. She uses her skills and knowledge in movement analysis to conduct evaluations and interventions that are patient and goal specific. Vicky believes in empowering her patients through collaboration, as well as advocating for their health through movement and patient education.
Front Office Assistant
Lauren has always had a passion for Healthcare and Physical Therapy, which is why she began working at Mobilize Physical Therapy.
Front Office Assistant
Taylor has always had a passion for promoting a healthy lifestyle and is excited to gain more experience working at Mobilize.
“During my second pregnancy I saw Kelcy for my lower back pain. She was so helpful and her personality was relaxed and made me feel at ease. I would definitely go back for future ailments.”