North Bend Physical Therapy
Welcome to North Bend Physical Therapy Clinic, conveniently located in North Bend, WA.
At North Bend Physical Therapy, individual therapy programs are created specifically for each patient. Our rehabilitation philosophy is to promote healing through a combination of exercise and manual therapy, as well as educate the patient in injury prevention, body mechanics and self-help techniques. We work with each individual patient to design a treatment program that fits their lifestyle, and with physicians to ensure that our patients have the best possible outcome. The ultimate goal is for you to return to normal activities of daily living, work, and participation in sports or recreational activities.
Our treatment approach focuses on decreasing pain while increasing movement and function. As you improve, your exercise program will be progressed to fit your needs for coordination, balance, endurance, and strength training. You can expect your rehab experience to be unique and allow you to meet your individual goals. We are able to assist you with transitioning from exercise for rehabilitation to exercise for health maintenance, cardiovascular improvement, return to work and enhanced athletic performance.
Same and Next Day Appointments Available. Call to schedule today (425) 888-1156.
- Services -
North Bend provides expert care for a wide range of conditions, click the links below to learn more or call to schedule with a Physical Therapist.
Aquatic Therapy – Off SiteAthletic RehabilitationBack CareBalance Training/ Fall PreventionBiomechanical EvaluationElbow and Wrist CareFoot and Ankle CareGait TrainingHeadachesHip CareKnee CareManual TherapyMotor Vehicle InjuriesNeck CareOrthopedic RehabilitationPersonal TrainingPosture and Body Mechanics TrainingShoulder CareSpinal RehabilitationSports Specific Therapy and RehabilitationWork Therapy and Rehabilitation
- Staff -
Travis Reed, PT, DPT
Director North Bend Physical Therapy
Travis was raised in Pasco, Washington. He played collegiate football as a defensive back on a full-athletic scholarship at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington. Travis has a passion for physical therapy that includes orthopedic, sports rehabilitation, manual therapy, and aquatic therapy to advance his patients function. Recreational interests include strength training, running, spending time with his wife Erin Reed, DMD, and their three children, Xzander, Trinity and Tessa, and having a good laugh with friends usually during an occasional round of golf.
- Bachelor's of Science in Exercise Science from Eastern Washington University in Cheney, 2003
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, 2008
Kathryn Irish, PT, DPT
Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Kathryn studied psychology at the University of Washington where she graduated in 2008. She worked as an exercise technician for RET Physical Therapy Group before attending Eastern Washington University. She is very active and enjoys snowboarding, skiing, biking, and climbing. She enjoys working with patients of all age ranges and gained experience with this during her clinical internships where she treated in the outpatient orthopedic, skilled nursing, and acute care settings. She is involved in research on women's health and plans to specialize in this area of clinical practice. She is excited to join North Bend Physical Therapy to treat patients in the Snoqualmie Valley region.
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University, 2014
Debbie Beekman, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Deborah is a well-seasoned therapist who has lived in Wisconsin, Arizona, California. She has resided in Washington for the past twelve years. As a former athlete, she experienced knee rehab first-hand and the importance of getting back into sports in which she loved. As a result, physical therapy was her chosen career. It is her passion to help people get back to quality living, no matter what the injury may be. Some of her specialities include orthopedics, aquatic therapy, balance training, TMJ, chronic pain, work conditioning/work hardening, and manual therapy/MFR. She enjoys educating patients and the community, speaking on wellness and back injury prevention. Deborah has experience in acute and sub-acute settings, sports medicine, geriatrics, neurologic, brain injury, general medicine/transplants, and inpatient/outpatient rehab. Deborah is a proud mother of two daughters, who grew up in Snoqualmie valley, as well as a beautiful granddaughter. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, a good glass of wine, and the great outdoors.
- Milwaukee Area Technical College, with an accredited Associate Degree in Applied Science/PTA 1988
- Testimonials -“
On April 20th I was in a low impact auto accident. I saw my doctor who referred me to Sno-Valley PT. After several attempts at making an appointment, my initial appointment was canceled. With that my doctor referred me to North Bend Physical Therapy (NBPT). They got me in right away and assessed my injuries, put a plan together and began the healing and education process. I was so impressed with this holistic approach that I referred my husband who has been in physical therapy for 2 years due to a shoulder injury. He agreed to switch and NBPT got him in right away. He received the same professionalism as I did and within one week had a major incerease in range and mobility. He continues to work with the NBPT team and is making continuous improvement. As for me, the team gave me the ability to work out initial onset issue in an effort to prevent them from turning into bigger issues. I am very satisfied with my program and would recom
I started physical therapy in mid June, following ACL repair and a partial knee replacement surgery on my left knee is in late may. Travis and Scott educated me in the fact that it was not going to happen overnight, I needed to be patient, ACL rehab takes longer than knee, so it was going to be a challenge. We would need to push hard to get my muscles stronger and my knee in good shape, but always being careful of my ACL. They were helpful and patient with me as scar tissue pain gave me trouble at times and knew different treatment to help me through that. Also taught me the way I walked, taking bigger strides would help with some of the pain I was having. They always explained where I was and what to expect next, and "Yes" it would stop hurting soon, which it did!! I always looked forward to going to PT even though thats all I did all summer. Thank you for helping me feel like me again. I am back at work and so happy.