Mitch has been practicing physical therapy in Seattle since 2004. In addition to his masters degree he has two advance therapy certifications, a broad clinical background, and a passion for the practice of physical therapy. In 2007 he completed a competency certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University and the American Physical Therapy Association. In 2009 he demonstrated advanced competency in orthopedic manual therapy and earned the credentials Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT) from the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) based out of British Columbia.
Mitch’s practice is focused on the treatment of orthopedic pain issues and vestibular dysfunction, but he began his career working with patients with neurological injuries at Evergreen Hospital’s Rehabilitation Unit and outpatient Neuroscience program. Mitch then went onto work with Carrie Hall at Movement Systems PT. Mitch started Union PT in September of 2010.
Mitch believes in balancing an active approach to rehabilitation with techniques that will promote healing and recovery. He strives to ensure that his patients understand their issues and that they have tools in place so they can remain healthy and active independently long after their treatment.
In addition to his practice Mitch teaches continuing education courses for practicing physical therapist on Cervicogenic Dizziness/Headache, as well as Shoulder Dysfunction.
When Mitch is out of the clinic he enjoys snowboarding, rock climbing, mountain biking, music and the finer things in life.
Mitch’s areas special interest are vestibular rehabilitation (the treatment of vertigo), cervicogenic headache and dizziness, neck pain, lower back pain as well as hip and shoulder dysfunction.
“It’s a gift to work with the fascinating systems that make the human potential what it is. My goal is to help you unlock your potential and assist you in improving the quality of your life.”
Elisa Scherb DPT, CMPT
Elisa has over six years of clinical experience as a physical therapist in the Seattle area. Elisa specializes in orthopedic manual physical therapy treating a wide range of orthopedic pain issues with a focus on neck, shoulder, hip and low back pain. She also has a special interest working with young athletes and those who are recovering from sports related stress injuries to the lumbar spine.
Elisa has dedicated extensive time outside of the clinic studying advanced manual therapy techniques. She was awarded the title of Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT) from the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) in 2011.
Elisa earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Montana. She also played Division I soccer which earned her a scholarship as an undergraduate. Through her participation in college athletics Elisa gained a fascination for human biomechanics that influenced her desire to pursue a career in physical therapy.
Raised in rural northern Idaho Elisa gained an appreciation for the outdoors and continues to maintain an active lifestyle. She enjoys running, pilates, water skiing, mountain biking, hiking and snowboarding. Outside of work she loves to travel, which has taken her around the world to places like New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Egypt and Israel.
“My treatment utilizes skilled specific hands-on techniques in addition to movement and motor control training as it relates to our abilities and limitations. I strive to continue my education so that I can best serve the goals and needs of my patients. It is my pleasure to assist in optimizing the amazing capacity our bodies have to heal, learn and move.”
Andrew Eisen DPT
Contact Andrew: email@example.com
|Specialties:Andrew’s specialties include acute and overuse sports-related injuries, bike fitting and manual therapy.|
|Education & Professional Certifications – PT since 2007
Bachelor of Science – Ithaca College, Ithaca NY
Master of Science, Physical Therapy – Ithaca College, Ithaca NY
Doctor of Physical Therapy – Ithaca College, Ithaca NY
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“My goal as a therapist is to provide my patients with the tools and empowerment to manage their own symptoms. I combine manual techniques with practical, movement-based exercise to allow people to get back to active, healthy lifestyles.”
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