Nolan Ripple, PT, DPT, Clinic Director

Nolan Ripple is a Physical Therapist and originally from Phoenix, AZ.  One of 4 boys, he grew up with strong family dynamics, and witnessed medicine early on from watching his dad practice as an Orthopedic surgeon. He attended Brophy Prep high school, a Jesuit school in Phoenix committed to excellence and fostering growth in adolescence.  From there, he moved to the PNW and attended/graduated from University of Portland, OR with a BS in Biology.  While at University of Portland, he played collegiate lacrosse and was heavily involved in school leadership.  After college graduation, he relocated to Colorado and earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO in May 2018.  During PT school, Nolan became an avid runner, and competed in 10+ marathons and 10+ ultramarathons across the country.  His PR is a 100 mile footrace in 17 hours 30 minutes.  Being focused and committed to excellence in work, sport, and relationships has been important to Nolan throughout his life.  Most recently, Nolan and fiance, Clara, moved to the beautiful PNW to reside in Seattle with his future in-laws.  He is excited to be a part of the Highline team and serve as a leader, role model, and PT at the Burien clinic.

Teagan Carter, PT, DPT

Teagan is originally from Spokane, WA and obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University. She has a background as a gymnastics coach for both children and high school girls. Teagan’s passion is in working with youth, but she enjoys working with patients of all ages. She strives to provide quality care and patient education to all of her patients. She works with each patient to set goals and help them return to doing the things they love. In her spare time, Teagan enjoys reading, being outdoors, and spending time with her family and friends.

Loc Tran, OTR/L

Loc obtained a BS in Biology and Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) prior to acquiring his Masters of Occupational Therapy at the University of Indianapolis. Loc also completed his coursework rotations at a number of clinics and hospitals including Rush University Medical Center, UIC Medical Center, University of Chicago—Hand Clinic to name a few. Loc is a highly motivated individual who commits himself to lifelong learning in rehabilitation and restorative care. You’ll likely find Loc playing basketball or hanging out with friends/family in his down time.

Bryce Domingo, PTA, LMP

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.

Emily Wilson, PTA

Emily Wilson, PTA

Emily Wilson has worked in outpatient physical therapy since 2013, primarily treating patients recovering from surgeries, car accidents, and chronic pain issues.  She has taken continuing education courses on muscle energy technique, strain counter-strain, and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization.  Emily enjoys helping people reach their wellness goals, and finding movement again, free from pain.