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!
University Place Physical Therapy
Meet the Staff
Chaz is very passionate about functional movement and strives to provide the best possible care to each of his patients. He really enjoys working with high-level athletes and designing specific return-to-sport therapeutic exercises. While attending Central Washington University (CWU), Chaz was a third baseman for the varsity baseball team, which explains his love for treating athletes! He graduated From CWU with a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Physiology. After his undergraduate degree, Chaz received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. His clinical experience includes working in inpatient rehab and multiple outpatient orthopedic clinics. In his free time he enjoys hiking, golfing, fishing, and attending sporting events whenever possible.
- Bachelor’s of Science in Clinical Physiology from Central Washington University
- Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound
- American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Irene earned her Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Whatcom Community College (PTA). Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Eastern Washington University.
Irene got her start in Athletic Training as a Track & Field athlete at Eastern Washington University. She has been part of the Curtis Viking family for over 8 years and is very passionate about bringing the best care and education to young athletes pursuing the next level of performance. She is also an active member of the National Athletic Training Association (NATA) and American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
Outside of work, Irene’s love for Track & Field still keeps her running. She also enjoys playing ultimate frisbee and sewing in her spare time.