ABOUT OUR CLINIC
Our Licensed Physical Therapists have extensive and diverse educations, specialized training, and decades of experience in traditional orthopedic medicine. They have expanded their training to include True Pilates by participating in our full training program. This allows them to uniquely take advantage of the rehabilitative aspects of the Pilates apparatus and exercise system, should they feel that this would be of optimum benefit for you.
Our PT’s work with conditions across a broad spectrum from, the professional athlete with a torn muscle, the weekend skier with a broken bone, the office worker with a sore neck and bad back, to the more senior patient with a sprained wrist or twisted ankle. We help to rehabilitate all conditions.
Many of our patients come the local businesses like Amazon, Microsoft, UW Medicine, Fred Hutch and many more. We are a preferred provider for most Insurances these companies use.
The Physical Therapy practice, originally Capitol Hill Physical Therapy, has been in business since 1992. We comply with all medical standards, legal requirements, and confidentiality laws.
NEW PATIENT INFORMATION
Our appointments usually range from 50 to 55 minutes and you will spend the entire time with a Licensed Physical Therapist. We have no aides or assistants. Please plan to be 10-15 minutes early to you first appointment to fill out paperwork. You can download some of the paperwork below:
Download New Patient Forms
MAKING AN APPOINTMENT
Call (206) 405-3560 to schedule an appointment. PT admin hours: 9:00am – 8:00pm, Monday – Friday.
Physical Therapy is offered based on Therapist availability and is not available during all general operating hours. Please call to arrange PT appointments.
- A comprehensive evaluation.
- Manual (hands-on) Techniques, including:
- Joint Articulation: moving a joint within its normal range of motion to provide optimal range and pain relief.
- Soft Tissue Work: to stretch and length your muscles to allow optimum movement potential.
- Muscle Energy: a special technique to help you release specific tight muscles where you use your own muscles to assist in joint realignment.
- Individualized exercise programs to maximize function and movement.
- Education and ergonomic problem solving.
How Physical Therapy is Augmented by Pilates
Pilates is the ultimate in dynamic spinal stabilization, which involves full body, multi-joint, multi-plane, and multi-positional exercises. It is a comprehensive system, which improves all facets of movement quality: strength, flexibility, coordination, precision, control, endurance, and breath.
- Acute And Chronic Spinal Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Neck and Arm Pain
- Postural Dysfunction
- Post Surgical Rehabilitation
- ACL, Rotator Cuff and Meniscus Repair
- Lumbar surgery
- Ankle Surgery
- Hip and Knee Replacement
- Motor Vehicle Accident Related Injuries
- Sport & Recreational Injuries
- Shoulder tendonitis, dislocation, and stiffness
- Knee pain and ligament injuries
- Muscle strains and Ankle sprains
- Tennis elbow
- Work Injuries
- Neck and back strains
- Repetitive Motion/Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Development of Pilates and Home Exercise Programs
- Adjunct Therapy for Medical Conditions
- Multiple Sclerosis