Travis Beniak, PT, DPT Clinic Director
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Ann graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 1994 with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. She has worked extensively in outpatient settings performing industrial rehab, post-MVA, post-surgical, sports and orthopedic rehabilitation. Additional experience she gained was in Cancer Rehabilitation and Custom Orthotic Fabrication. Being a previous competitive runner and cyclist at both National and International levels, Ann knows the frustration that injuries can bring. She aims to create a treatment program that will get patients back to their normal activities as quickly as possible.
Laura graduated from the University of Washington in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She has worked exclusively in an outpatient orthopedic setting for more than 20 years.
Laura uses a McKenzie approach to treating neck and back pain and to resolve the associated arm and leg pain. She has completed Level 2 SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) and has a TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Level 1 Certification to screen for the specific needs of golfers. She has advanced her specialty to include Pelvic Floor and Women’s Health.
Sarah is originally from the Chicago suburbs and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also has her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Contemporary Dance from Indiana University-Bloomington. Sarah has expertise in treating a variety of orthopedic dysfunctions, with specialty training in Pilates-based rehabilitation. She also has a passion for fall prevention and vestibular rehabilitation to treat dizziness and imbalance. Sarah strongly believes in patient education for lifelong wellness and enjoys assisting her patients to find more freedom of movement. In her free time Sarah enjoys dancing, hiking, and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
Bryce graduated from the University of Hawaii and the Hawaii College of Health Sciences in 2002 with his Associates of Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant. He is also a licensed massage therapist. Bryce believes helping patients learn about their diagnosis is important, so that they can be active participants in their care.
Lori graduated from Green River Community College in 2000 with her Associates of Applied Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She specializes in Fall Prevention. Lori is an advocate for patients needing to have or play an active role in their health and therapy in order for them to return to their previous level of function. She believes in educating patients in life long wellness practices so they can help prevent future injuries from occurring. In her spare time, she enjoys running, playing soccer, and spending time with her husband and son playing in the outdoors.
Charlotte graduated from Lake Washington Institute of Technology with her Associates of Applied Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2019. Charlotte believes that patient centered care is crucial for good outcomes. She focuses on selecting interventions to address specific functional goals and providing thorough patient education in order to enable patients to actively participate in their own care. As an avid long distance runner, she knows the joy of movement and the frustration of injury, as a result, strives to help patients reach their highest level of mobility.