Emily Taylor, PT, DPT @ Bellevue (Bellevue Physical Therapy)


Phone:
(425) 454-1405
Fax:
(425) 635-9340
Address:
Bellevue Physical Therapy
11711 NE 12th Street
Suite 3A
Bellevue WA 98005

Conveniently located across the street from Overlake Hostpital.
Clinic Hours:
Monday 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday 7:30AM - 5:30PM

By appointment only. Last appointment scheduled one hour before closing to allow for appropriate treatment time.

Emily Taylor, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Physical Therapist

Emily attended Seattle Pacific University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Human Biology prior to receiving her doctorate in Physical Therapy at Eastern Washington University. She has a passion for treating all types of pelvic floor dysfunction in both men and women to assist them in achieving their best quality of life. She believes that every person should be given the chance to have a continent, well-coordinated and pain free pelvis.

Her passion for pelvic floor therapy began in physical therapy school while learning about how many people were affected by incontinence, poor coordination and pelvic pain as well as how underserved this area of physical therapy was. She then underwent an emergency which left her with pelvic pain and other urinary symptoms where she personally learned how life changing pelvic floor therapy was.

Emily has received additional pelvic floor training from both the APTA’s SOWH as well as training through Herman and Wallace to be able to better serve the range of pelvic dysfunction in both women and men. She starts by getting to know what the patient’s goals and priorities are, then works to evaluate the patient’s dysfunction. Her priority is to treat the patient in a manner where they feel respected and comfortable.

Emily believes that each patient should leave empowered from their sessions to be able to manage their symptoms and make continual progress. She not only evaluates the patient’s goals, priorities and pelvic floor function but considers the body as a whole in order to treat the whole person.

Emily has a love for the outdoors and enjoys spending her free time in the mountains skiing, hiking, climbing, running or riding her bike. She also enjoys playing with her dog and spending time with family and friends.

Education:

  • Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Human Biology: Pre-Physical Therapy from Seattle Pacific University, 2014
  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University, 2017
  • Additional training from both the APTA’s Section on Women’s Health and Herman and Wallace

 

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