Welcome to PNW Physical Therapy!
Providing a fun and productive environment for rehab in Everett, WA
Our physical therapists are experts in spine health including low back and neck pain. We continue to see an increased incidence of neck and back pain due to poor posture, sitting and time spent on computers/phones. We will perform a comprehensive assessment to figure out the cause and source of your pain.
Pre & Post Surgery Therapy
We know how empowering it can be to have a guide through the surgical process. Meeting with a physical therapist prior to surgery builds confidence, improves outcomes and facilitates a faster recovery. To make you stronger, heal faster and get you back to life quickly, call us to schedule and evaluation.
We are experts in movement and body mechanics. Our sports rehab specialists serve as your first line of care when you experience pain, discomfort or injury while training or competing in your sport. As former athletes we understand the importance of returning to play in a timely manner at optimal performance
Personal and Sports Performance Training
At PNW we have golf specific training utilized by our Titleiest Performance Institute trained therapists. We’re Certified Specialists with the goal of improving your performance. Whether your goal is to look good on vacation, or gain a competitive edge, we’ve got you covered.
“Jamie was one of my go-to physical therapists in San Diego as I trusted his clinical skills as well as his ability to communicate with our patients. I received many positive comments from my patients at their follow-up visits. I was sad to see Jamie leave San Diego because we were losing an excellent therapist and an excellent person.”
Dr. Alan Shahtaji, Sports Medicine Specialist
A car accident left me with a muscle tear in my shoulder that was painful and wouldn’t heal. Jamie’s scientific approach and insights, and his experience as a former athlete, gave me the confidence that I was in the best possible care – and he provided a series of exercises to maximize movement and reduce pain.Dr. John Skrentny
The PNW Blog
All kids need exercise. Stacks of scientific research through the years support the myriad ways exercise helps young bodies and minds as they develop and grow. It’s important, then, for parents to encourage their children to be active and develop healthful habits as...
As a large portion of the nation’s attention turns to the “March Madness” NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in the coming days, now is an ideal time to educate fans, young competitors and even blue-collar workers about an injury prevalent in jump-heavy activities:...
While it’s expected that most older people tend to slow down with age, the notion that seniors and soon-to-be seniors should trade in exercise and their active lifestyles for bingo and rocking chairs is definitely antiquated, say physical therapists. And yet, when it...