Physical Therapy reviews in Seattle


So far, each day I am seeing small improvements. My physical therapist is an encourager and reminds me to take small steps and not to overdo the exercises. She is very careful to make sure I am doing the exercises correctly and not to push myself

The therapy I received was wonderful. It included both manual therapy (massage, manual manipulation, electro-stim, icing) and exercise specific to my injury. The therapists at Real were excellent at assessing the state of my injury and how to treat it, and in knowing when to push and how much. They're used to dealing with all sorts of athletes there, so they aren't afraid to push or to let patients strive for more activity.
- Oren S.

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has been fantastic. She is clear in her explanations and is extremely knowledgeable. My recovery from three major surgeries in 6 months has been greatly aided by her work with me.
- Agnes G.

I have seen
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Bender for several years for a variety of conditions- plantar fascitis and back, neck and shoulder pain. He is very knowledgeable and provides appropriate exercises as well as the physical therapy treatment. I have moved to
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from another clinic.
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figures out what areas are problematic, both in terms of muscles and bone placement. He then works on the areas that are a problem and designs exercises to work on between visits. I am steadily improving with increased mobility and decreased pain.
- Mary P.

It has gone very well.
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was responsive to what I needed and what I was capable of accomplishing. He also changed the plan as my condition improved. As the visits have moved from twice a week to once every three weeks, I can tell how helpful he was as my progress slows with fewer visits.
- Ben R.

I had fallen and had the flu, I struggled with vertigo for a few months, then it seemed to go away but then it came back from time to time and I started bumping into furniture. I was feeling less and less safe so I went to have my ears checked and my ear doctor gave me
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Grove's number. I made an appointment with her and she saw me maybe five times and I made remarkable progress with her. She is very client oriented and very bright, she creates CLEAR exercises for you individually to keep in case you have a relapse.
- Bonnie & Raleigh T.

When I began therapy I had been off the injured leg for months. Ms.
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was informative, encouraging, knowledgeable and mixed sympathy with a certain determination to get me back to normal, as soon as possible. While I give myself some credit for being willing to do my "homework" exercises, I give a great deal of credit to the team here for getting me, not only walking casually, but almost as if the surgery hadn't occurred. Three months after starting therapy I was walking well enough to spend a month in Germany without a car, which meant a LOT of walking. In-office treatment was excellent. Homework was clear and doable. Overall, the best PT experience I have had. This was mostly covered by my insurance so I did not rate the price.

Unfortunately, I have had to visit physical therapists several times for treatment over a period of many years. I have been very pleased with Coppersmith. The most important element is the well-trained therapists. I have worked with three (Penny,
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) and each was excellent. Each has a different style, of course, so you might consider having a session or two with each until you find whom you prefer. I found the diagnosis and the treatment sessions both to be high quality. I would probably prefer a good treatment in a bad environment to the reverse, but Coppersmith has a very pleasant environment. The office support staff is able and makes the routine transactions
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and efficient. The location is a bit hard to find, sitting on top of Azteca restaurant. Overall, this is a high quality service provider.
- Robert P.
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All Physical Therapists in Seattle, WA

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Cascade Rehabilitation Associates

3726 Broadway
Everett, WA

Cascade Valley Orthopedics

328 S Stillaguamish Ave
Arlington, WA


Vashon, WA

CC Sports Injury

7631 212th St SW
Edmonds, WA

Central Physical Therapy & Fitness

1820 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA

Chambers, Dr. Gerry

24020 132nd Ave SE
Kent, WA

Chesaw West PLLC

P O Box 60241
Seattle, WA

Chiropractic of Bellevue - Dr. Edward Owens

13400 NE 20th St
Bellevue, WA

Chris Hall, DC, CCSP, Cert. MDT

1215 120TH AVE NE
Bellevue, WA

Clock, Christopher

1550 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA

Coppersmith, Penny S.

5025 25th Ave NE
Seattle, WA

CORE Injury Management

425 SW 41st St
Renton, WA

Deb Lehtinen

514 N 85th St
Seattle, WA


Lacey, WA

Dieter Jung

405 NW Gilman Blvd
Issaquah, WA

Downer, Dr. Philip

2409 N 45th St
Seattle, WA


Bainbridge Island, WA

Dr. Christopher Leck

19017 120th Ave. NE Suite 111
Bothell, WA

Dr. Dan Chiropractic & Rehab

16708 Bothell Everett Hwy
Mill Creek, WA
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