Mobilize Physical Therapy
A physical therapist owned clinic located in the Laurelhurst neighborhood of Seattle, minutes from UW, and directly across from the Burke-Gilman Trail. All appointments are scheduled for 55 minutes with a physical therapist.
Manual physical therapy is a combination of hands-on techniques used to decrease pain and improve motion and flexibility to stiff joints and muscles. These techniques may include soft tissue and joint mobilization, manipulation, massage, and stretching.
Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization
Augmented soft tissue mobilization is a technique where clinicians use instruments to reduce unwanted scar tissue and help regenerate healthy tissue. This method is commonly used to treat different forms of tendonitis and tendonosis including lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow), plantar fasciitis, patellar tendonitis, and many other conditions. ASTYM, Graston, and Gua Sha are common forms of augmented soft tissue mobilization.
Biomechanical and pathomechanical custom bike fitting performed by a physical therapist. The goal is to adjust the bike to fit the cyclist with the least amount of stress on the body. By adjusting the bike to become an extension of the body, we reduce stress and strain during long rides.
We prescribe specific exercises with the goal of correcting muscle imbalances, stressing particular muscle groups, or aiding in tissue recovery. After a thorough evaluation and assessment, your physical therapist will design an individualized exercise program for you.
Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation
Going in for surgery? We can help to strengthen the musculature around the surgical site, so that you can have a better post-surgical outcome. Just had surgery? Let us help with your rehabilitation process so that you can return to activity sooner.
“Love this place and these ladies! I was a patient of Kelcy and Shana’s back when they worked in Ballard, and they helped me tremendously with my low back issues. Since then I’ve screwed up my knee (and it turns out my hip) and they are putting me back on the road to recovery. I will be running again soon!”