I started PT after a car accident. The staff was extremely helpful not just with injuries from the accident, but also other issues that had been bothering me. They are very good at communicating problems and solutions and are friendly to boot. Can’t recommend enough.
Attentive, responsive, pleasant in communication, knowledgeable staff. I got good results in a short time. Thankful to Dr. Andrew for useful information and for a program of exercises.
Doug Free, the manager at Mercer Island Physical Therapy, has a PhD in PT, and is an amazing diagnostic doctor who explains why a specific injury occurred. He also does fabulous work on your body. His entire staff is knowledgeable and excellent therapists.
I saw Anne at 7 weeks post ulnar nerve transposition. I’ve made more progress in 1 week with her than I did in those first 7. She is extremely knowledgeable and up to date on current research. I’d feel very good about sending my family and friends her way!
Kelly is amazing! I felt very comfortable and she asked all of the right questions, was super friendly, and knows exactly how to help. I always leave feeling so much better, and confident that if I do my exercises, I will heal!
Seattle – Northgate Physical Therapy
Seattle, WA 98125
Meet the Staff
Skyler graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry and minors in both Music and Chemistry. Additionally, he was a scholarship athlete on the Men’s Tennis Team and his senior year was named team captain and awarded ITA All-Academic Team honors. He went on to earn his Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Washington.
Skyler previously worked as a physical therapist for nearly 5 years at Proliance Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation in Bellevue before joining RET and enjoys working with a variety of outpatient presentations, including post-op rehabilitation and/or return to sport training. He also works as a part time tennis coach in Kirkland, WA.
In his spare time, he enjoys wakeboarding, biking, rock climbing and watching football. Go Hawks!