By appointment only. Last appointment scheduled one hour before closing to allow for appropriate treatment time.
Eastside Physical Therapy is an outpatient orthopedic clinic conveniently located in downtown Redmond. Our mission is to help you get better, faster. Our clinic offers a skilled staff where the best interests of the patient always comes first.
Our treatment approach focuses on decreasing pain while increasing movement and function. Our professional staff excels in determining the cause and origin of your condition, selecting and implementing the most effective and efficient treatments, and educating each patient how to assist in their own care. Eastside Redmond Physical Therapy specializes in treating upper extremity, lower extremity, back and neck pain, as well as working with individuals having balance and gait deficits. We also treat a wide variety of orthopedic conditions including sports injuries, joint replacements, work injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and chronic pain.
Same Day Appointments Available. Call to schedule today (425) 883-9089.
– Medical Nutrition Therapy-
In this program you will work with Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Margret Lyons, RDNto develop a custom nutrition plan designed to meet your individual goals. Medical Nutrition Therapy includes ongoing education and support geared towards sustainable changes that allow you to be successful in achieving your targeted results. Adding nutritional services to your rehabilitation program will help accelerate your overall recovery and health, getting you back to the things you love to do!
- Services -
Redmond (Eastside 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, Clinic Director Richard Barnes has been treating patients in the greater Seattle area since 2008, and has been with RET Physical Therapy since 2012. Before moving to the Pacific Northwest, he was an instructor at Loma Linda University in Southern California. He brings with him an assortment of treatment approaches and manual skills. Richard has a genuine passion for his patients and strives to find functional solutions to each of their problems. He works with a wide variety of individuals, from collegiate runners to working professionals. Richard enjoys utilizing biomechanics to change stride length, resolve power deficits and solve other common sport-specific injuries. He specializes in neural tension deficits, shoulder problems, and lower quarter biomechanics. Away from the office he enjoys climbing mountains, running, reading, and walking with his wife and their two dogs.
Bachelors of Science from Loma Linda University in Heath Science 2007
Masters of Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University 2007
Doctor of Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University 2008
American Physical Therapy Association
Anna Alderson, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Anna was born and raised in Seattle, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance at the University of Washington. She then graduated from Pima Medical Institute, where she completed the Physical Therapist Assistant program. Anna has a background in dance, yoga, and Pilates, with a special interest in movement, body awareness, and injury prevention. Her passion for body mechanics helped guide her into the physical therapy field. She has experience in neuro-rehabilitation, acute care, and orthopedic rehabilitation. Anna encourages her patients to value and incorporate lifelong optimal movement, posture, and flexibility. She enjoys traveling, dancing, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance, University of Washington
Physical Therapist Assistant Degree, Pima Medical Institute
Margret Lyons, RDN, CD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Dietitian
Margret graduated from Bastyr University in 2015 with her baccalaureate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She went on to practice a portion of her dietetic internship at Good Shepherd Medical Hospital, The Institute for Healthy Living, and The University of Texas Health Science Center in northeast Texas. Rounding out her experience she finished her internship at Snoqualmie Valley School District, planning nutritious menus and teaching students healthy eating habits. Margret has practiced in a variety of settings including acute care for adults, neonatal nutrition, diabetic education, bariatric and weight loss nutrition, and outpatient counseling. Her counseling technique utilizes motivational interviewing to help patients reach their goals and maintain results over a lifetime.
Margret’s passion for health does not end with nutrition. In her leisure time she hikes in the Cascade Mountains and scrambles up local peaks. She has competitively raced road bicycles and often commutes to work on her bike. She has recently run several half marathons with her next goal set on completing a full marathon.
Bachelor of Science and Nutrition, Bastyr University 2015.
- Testimonials -
This was my first experience coming to a physical therapist. I was delighted with my progress and treatment. I would highly recommend family and friends. This team is amazing!
I am an avid golfer, so when I broke my arm just five weeks before a family vacation to Arizona for pool, golf, and baseball...I was disappointed. The great news was that two weeks before leaving Jessica got me back in shape. Vacation was a success and my arm is nearly fully recovered. Thank you to Jessica and the Eastside PT team.
The specialists at Eastside Physical Therapy did far more than provide a full recovery for my frozen shoulder—they made the long and difficult rehabilitation an engaging experience that I found myself looking forward to every week. It wasn’t just their encouragement, their respectful explanation of treatment, or even the daily brain teasers. It was the depth of caring that they put into every session. The people at Eastside Physical Therapy treated me like family and helped me recover from a painful condition with patience, respect, and dignity.
I would recommend Eastside Physical Therapy to any of my family and friends, and believe or not, I sometimes miss going.
I am so thankful for Mary! I came to her with a sore shoulder, after a year plus of exercise and finally a cortisone shot to stop the pain. Mary took down a serious list of notes, spent careful time examining, and finally brought out the medical book complete with pictures so I could see the structures she was describing to me. She took time to pinpoint the source of my pain, and time to explain to me what she thought and why she recommended certain exercises. With a combination of exercises, taping, ice and stim, and Mary's magic touch making sure I understood what she was aiming for, I could finally feel pain-free, and feel like I was working 'with' my body, rather than against it. Mary made sure I understood what was happening below the skin so I could keep my body aligned and the right muscles stretched and strengthened. - I am so grateful!