Monday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Tuesday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Wednesday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Thursday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Friday 7:00AM - 5:00PM
By appointment only. Last appointment scheduled one hour before closing to allow for appropriate treatment time.
At Bothell Physical Therapy, your Physical Therapist will create an individual program that is specifically developed for you based on a complete evaluation of your condition. Our rehabilitation philosophy is to promote healing through a combination of hands on treatment and specifically prescribed rehabilitative exercise, as well as to educate our clients in injury prevention, body mechanics and self-help techniques. We aim to provide you with the best physical therapy experience in Bothell.
We work with each individual client and their physicians to design a treatment program that fits their lifestyle to ensure 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.
As you improve, your exercise program will progress to fit your needs for coordination, balance, endurance and strength training. You can expect your physical therapy experience to be unique, one on one 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/or enhanced athletic performance.
Call to schedule today (425) 939-2806.
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Bothell (Bothell Physical Therapy) provides expert care for a wide range of conditions, click the links below to learn more or call to schedule with a Physical Therapist.
Physical Therapist I was born and raised in Seattle and attended Western Washington University. After completing my education with the University of Delaware I came home to work at Harborview Medical Center. After 2.5 years, I decided to expand my practice to the outpatient orthopedic setting. In my free time I enjoy rowing, cycling, and spending time with my family.
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology- Western Washington University
Master of Science, Clinical Anatomy- University of Delaware Doctor of Physical therapy- University of Delaware
Jerame McKereghan, PTA
Clinic Director, Physical Therapist Assistant Jerame has been with RET since 2012 and is a Washington native who grew up in Kennewick. He was a 3-sport athlete all through high school and went on to play baseball at Central Washington University. Jerame has experience as a personal trainer as well as acute care and outpatient physical therapy. He likes to use manual therapy, corrective exercises, and functional activities to allow people to return to their prior level of function. He also has experience coaching baseball at both the high school and collegiate level. In his spare time, Jerame enjoys working in his yard, hiking, snowboarding, and spending time with his wife, Katie, and two boys, Jack and Owen.
Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from Central Washington University
Physical Therapist Assistant Degree from Green River Community College
American College of Sports Medicine, Certified Exercise Physiologist.
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Physical Therapy Association of Washington (PTWA)
Lauren Dunphy, DPT, CSCS
Physical TherapistLauren Dunphy was born and raised in Redmond, WA and completed her Doctorate in Mesa, AZ. She loves being back in her home area and enjoys helping her community return to their activities prior to injury and to help give back the lives of those with chronic pain. She has advanced manual therapy training from the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, has taken Kinesio Taping courses, and is experienced with pediatrics. Her main specialty is Strain Counter-strain from the Jones Institute, also known as positional release. This is a gentle and non-traumatic technique utilizing passive positioning of muscles and joints towards positions of comfort. It is effective for those with acute injuries (MVA, sports injuries, ankle sprains) as well as chronic conditions (OA, fibromyalgia, headaches). She enjoys working with all diagnoses in all age ranges and believes that to achieve a successful outcome for the client, educating the patient regarding their condition must be combined with manual and therapeutic interventions. When she is not working, Lauren enjoys activities such as hiking, biking, running and spending time with her family which includes a new baby boy!
Doctorate in Physical Therapy from AT Still University in Mesa, Arizona in 2010.
Bachelor of Arts in Exercise and Sports Science from Western Washington University in 2006.
American Physical Therapy Association
Physical Therapy Association of Washington
Tyler Brown PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant Tyler was born and raised in Edmonds, WA and earned his Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science with specialization in Athletic Training from Central Washington University. Working with the CWU athletes in the training room is what sparked his interest and passion in rehab. Tyler has spent many years in the field of PT and acquired credentials as an Orthopedic Movement Specialist focused on function movement rehab. In addition, he is passionate about educating the next generation of PT and PTA providers as a Certified Clinical Instructor. Outside of the clinic Tyler spends time with his wife and young daughter, traveling to their family home in Lake Chelan, fishing Washington’s lakes and rivers, and trying not to be terrible at golf. Tyler looks forward to helping patients regain their independence and achieve their personal goals on the path to better living.
Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from Central Washington University.
Physical Therapist Assistant Degree from the Lake Washington Institute of Technology.
I've just started here but very impressed with professionalism, while at the same time being very warmwand friendly. The first visit was very thorough I felt like we were going to be working as a team.read more
I've been going to Bothell Physical Therapy to recover from a total knee replacement surgery, and I am very pleased with their pattern of treatment. Although they've had many patients over the years recovering from this type of surgery, they have treated me as an individual with needs that are not "by the book".read more
“I am pleased with the treatment I received at the RET Bothell clinic. At times I lacked the confidence needed to do basic movements, but Andrea and her staff helped me to develop strength and balance skills. I feel the entire office from reception to therapy was extremely warm, helpful and effective in getting me to my goal of being more confident and capable of moving on my own with little assistance from others. After taking a few months off in the summer to apply my new skills, I expect to return to the Bothell clinic for additional strengthening exercises and balance skill therapy.”-Dale Kerr“Over the past couple of years, my shoulder had been getting worse and worse. I kept asking my doctor for a referral - he would tell me I didn't need it and show me some stretches to do. But it kept getting worse. Finally - after realizing how many activities of daily life I couldn't do, like gardening and housecleaning, I took matters into my own hands. I couldn't even sleep without taking ibuprofen to prevent the sharp pain that i'd get just rolling onto my "bad" side. I called my insurance company and found out that I didn't need a doctor's referral. I already knew Andrea through business networking. It was close to my home and office, so i just did it! Even after the first treatment, my shoulder felt a little better. At every visit, Andrea would test my range of motion before and after her muscle-loosening treatments. She'd query me about any pain that I might be feeling, and then showed me strengthening exercises - starting with very mild movements, and then as the weeks went on to more strenuous exercises. She patiently showed me small modifications to make each exercise work for maximum benefit. It took a few weeks, but my shoulder gradually improved. My garden is great, now that I don't have to figure out in advance how long I can work in it without hurting myself! I still do the exercises about five days a week, just to keep everything in good working order. But if something happens, I know I can go back, and that she will show me what needs to change. Thanks, Andrea!”-Victoria Rhoades, ND