At Orthosport Physical Therapy in Lynnwood, WA, we offer an experienced and caring staff that provides the very best in orthopedic rehabilitation. We realize rehabilitation is hard work for patients, so we try to create a fun environment. Many of our patients return to visit us just to say hello and we have an annual BBQ for all former patients to come back and visit.
Our state of the art facility offers private treatment rooms as well as a large fully equipped gym for exercise. We have ample parking and are easily accessible in Lynnwood right off the I-5 and I-405 freeways.
Our extended hours offer patients appointment times from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. We also know that some injuries cannot wait to be seen and therefore we offer immediate, same day service for these acute cases.
Clear communication is critical between your referring provider, your Physical Therapist and You! We will send your provider our initial evaluation report, interim reports and a final report when you have completed your therapy. In addition, we have developed very close relationships with referring providers that allow us to access them easily when necessary.
Your experience as a patient begins with your first phone call to our clinic. We emphasize customer service to all of our staff from receptionists, to billers to therapists. We are all here to serve you and to help you through the process from start to finish.
OrthoSport Physical Therapy has proudly supported the Lynnwood Food Bank for years, collecting non-perishable food items for the holidays. This year we have stepped it up and have created “blue jeans Friday’s” in support of the food bank. Any staff that wants to wear blue jeans on Friday brings in food to donate to the food bank, so the support will continue year round!
Same Day Appointments Available. Call to schedule today (425) 670-9991.
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Lynnwood (OrthoSport 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 Tom DiAngelis graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 1981. More recently, Tom completed his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from A.T. Still University in 2010. Prior to relocating to the greater Seattle area in 2011, Tom was a founding partner in a physical therapy practice in Cincinnati since 1988.
Professionally, Tom's clinical career has focused in the area of orthopedic physical therapy and sports medicine. He has also worked with companies on ergonomic programs to decrease work place injuries. He is committed to the profession of physical therapy and enjoy serving my profession as an active volunteer member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). In his current role, Tom serves as Chair of the Government Affairs Committee for the Private Practice Section (PPS) of the APTA. Tom has also served as Director, Vice President and President of the PPS. The highlight of his professional career came in May of 2008 when he provided congressional testimony about the impending cuts to the physician fee schedule for Medicare payments on behalf of the physical therapy profession, and our patients.
Tom was awarded the prestigious Dicus Award from the Private Practice Section of the APTA in 2017 for his service and dedication to the profession of physical therapy.
Doctor of Physical Therapy, A.T. Still University 2010
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, Northeastern University 1981
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Physical Therapy Association of Washington (PTWA)
Private Practice Section of the APTA
Chair of the Government Affairs Committee for the Private Practice Section of the APTA
Susan Dumelin, PT, MPT
Physical Therapist Susie received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2003 from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. Susie moved from her home state of Pennsylvania to the Seattle area in the summer of 2004, and joined the OrthoSport Physical therapy team in June of 2007. She has spent her entire career in outpatient orthopedics and enjoys treating patients with a good balance of manual therapy and exercise. She believes that every patient is different and thus their treatment should be individualized. Susan likes to work closely with patients and physicians to return patients to their peak level of wellness. Outside of work, she is passionate about running, hiking and snowshoeing with her husband and two children.
Bachelor of Science in Health Science from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut
Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut
Bryan Simpson, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist Bryan moved to the Pacific Northwest from the east coast when he was seven, and has been a Seattleite ever since. Bryan completed his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology at Western Washington University in 2011. He then went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO in 2015. Bryan believes that healing starts with understanding dysfunction, meaning that education is often the most important part of getting better. Much of his experience has been in outpatient orthopedics utilizing manual therapy, exercise training, and education to treat patients.
As a former pitcher for Western Washington University’s baseball team, Bryan enjoys working with athletes of all types, but especially pitchers. In addition to athletics, he enjoys treating a variety of conditions, some of which include total joint replacements, ACL rehabilitation, as well as ankle, knee and shoulder. In his free time, he likes to golf, snowboard, play softball or baseball, and hike through the PNW with his wife and dog.
Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Western Washington University
Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO
Certifications and Training:
Spinal Manipulation Endorsement
Certifications and Training:
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) member
Nancy Higgins, PT
Nancy has been practicing Physical Therapy since 1981, primarily in outpatient orthopedics. She particularly enjoys the challenges of treating the lumbar spine and SI joints and utilizes a variety of manual therapy skills along with appropriate exercise to achieve successful outcomes. In addition to treating the diagnosis of referral, she is most interested in returning the patient to their desired level of activity (or better!). Nancy received her degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland in Baltimore and studied the Osteopathic approach with Dr. Loren Rex DO (Edmonds, WA).
Bachelor's of Science Degree in Natural Sciences from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Maryland in Baltimore
Lisa Moen, OTR/L
Occupational Therapist Lisa has been an Occupational Therapist for 24 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including my current positions in homecare, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient at Orthosport Physical Therapy. Lisa's passion is working with the aging population maximizing independence in the home and community through retraining of activities of daily living, balance training, fall prevention, home modifications, and adaptive equipment recommendations. She is a Seattle native, and received her degree at the University of Washington. Lisa is a proud mother of two children and enjoy spending time with family.
Occupational Therapy Degree from the University of Washington
Kaitlynn Eucker, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant Kaitlynn graduated from Green River Community College with an Associate’s Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant in June 2017. Before beginning her career with OrthoSport, she worked as a travel PTA, which she says was very fun and challenging.
She is from a small town in Eastern Washington that she returns to each year to help help her father with farm cherries. Through that experience, she learned a lot about work ethic. She is very passionate about working with patients of all types. Athletes in particular are her favorites, as she has participated in sports since she was 8 years old. That being said, she obtained her fair share of injuries and became good friends with her physical therapist in high school. She became a PTA because she wanted to help people in the same way that her PT had helped her over the years. In her free time, Kaitlynn likes hiking, rock climbing, farming, visiting family, and exploring Seattle with her sister.
Physical Therapist Assistant Degree from Green River Community College
John P. Lam, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant John grew up in San Jose, CA where he worked as a physical therapist aide/trainer for 7.5 years. During his time as an aide, John specialized in instructing patients on proper body mechanic and form. He graduated from Green River College with an Associated in Applied Science degree and became a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in 2017. John also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry and Natural Resources. John enjoys working with all population and educating them on proper strengthening and movements to ensure they have a good foundation to live pain-free or manage their pain. On his spare time, John enjoys hiking, camping, snowboarding, and spending time with friends.
Associate of Applied Science Physical Therapist Assistant Degree from Green River College in Auburn, WA
Bachelor of Science Degree in Forestry and Natural Resources from Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo, CA
Cindy Kim, Personal Trainer
Personal Trainer Cindy began her career in the health and fitness industry as a volunteer with the YMCA. While working full time as a data analyst in the tech world, she earned a personal training certification through Everett Community College and World Instructor Training Schools. Cindy continued with the YMCA as a personal trainer, instructing group fitness classes and coaching the running club. Cindy joined the OrthoSport team to help patients continue their strength and conditioning program and to encourage clients to live an active healthy lifestyle. Her favorite aspect is being able to see clients accomplish their goals, become stronger, more confident and enjoy a better quality of life. In her off-time, Cindy teaches rowing and kettlebell classes at 6 Movements Fitness in Edmonds. She enjoys spending time with her partner by participating in Spartan Obstacle Course Races, hiking, and traveling to warm destinations.
Personal Training Certification through Everett Community College and World Instructor Training School