You can expect the highest degree of professional service from our team in a warm and friendly environment.
We are a locally owned clinic here to help you achieve your goals
Our goal is to achieve optimum functional results for our patients by providing quality care. Our treatment emphasis is on individual care whether you have a sports injury, recovering from surgery, chronic pain, osteoporosis or women’s health issues. Treatment may include soft tissue work, joint mobilization, therapeutic exercise, postural and movement reeducation, home exercise, modalities, body mechanics and injury prevention techniques. We believe that the patient is an integral part of the rehabilitation process. We maintain an environment that values and promotes current professional development of our clinical skills.
Steamboat PT works with children and adults through all stages of life.
Our staff, both professional and office, are the best around and here to serve you. We pride ourselves in listening to you to ensure we answer your questions and assist you in meeting your goals. Contact us with any questions you have. We look forward to hearing from you.
Ann has been in practice since 1980. She has a Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy from Indiana University, and is a certified Manual Therapist through North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). Ann’s area of interests includes orthopedics for spine and extremities, manual therapy, abdominal visceral mobilization and women’s health for pelvic pain and incontinence. In her free time she enjoys sculling with Olympia Area Rowing, hiking, biking and horseback riding.
Andrew has been practicing since 2002. He has a Bachelors degree in Human Development with a minor in Biology and a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island. His areas of interest are EDS- Elhers Danlos Syndrome, orthopedics, postural alignment, gait and running mechanics and working with soccer players and golfers. In his free time you will find him running, biking, hiking, woodworking and chasing his three children. He can be reached at Andrew@steamboatpt.com.
Heidi has been practicing since 2001. She has a Bachelors in Communications from Whitworth College and a Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island. Her areas of interest include research on the Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) from outcomes to rehabilitation and prevention, general orthopedics and sports rehab, manual therapy, balance, running and movement analysis. In her free time Heidi enjoys running, hiking, camping, biking, volleyball, swimming, paddle boarding and trying to keep up with her three children. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tim has been practicing since 2001. He did his undergraduate at Gonzaga University ( Go Zags!) and Physical Therapy Degree at University of Washington. His areas of interest are Orthopedics, Vestibular/dizziness rehab, TMJD/Jaw pain, Manual Therapy, Gait/Balance, Biomechanical Analysis and Post Concussion. In addition, he is ASTYM certified. Tim is a native of the Northwest, born and raised in Issaquah. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, martial arts and spending time with friends and family.
Victoria, a PNW native, recently graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine. Prior to attending PT school, she received her Bachelors degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Montana. Her clinical areas of interest include the amputee community, prosthetic rehabilitation, manual therapy, and orthopedics. Outside of the clinic you can find Victoria snowboarding, enjoying time on the boat, hiking, and spending quality time with her fiancé Trevor and their cat Pebble.
James Wagoner, LMT was born and raised in Thurston County, WA . He is a veteran of the United States Air Force and graduated from Ashmead College in Fife in 2002. Currently, in his twenty-first year of practice, James' areas of interest are Myofascial Release of the upper body, chronic head, neck and shoulders pathologies, chronic headaches and TMJD. James approaches his bodywork via a patient-centric scope, and believes in treating the person, not just the body part. In his spare time he loves spending time with friends and his wife and son, and dog Louie, enjoying all the outdoors Western Washington has to offer, but also playing cards and board games and watching WA sports.
Sue is a graduate of the Medical Assistant Program at SPSCC, and has been with Steamboat PT since 2002. Sue is the Office manager with a multitude of administrative support duties such as quality assurance, compliance, provider credentialing and contracting. In her free time Sue enjoys running, exercise and her grandchildren.
Brandee joined us in August 2022. She has a Bachelors degree from Eastern Washington University. Prior to joining us, she was the Office Manager for a family medicine primary care practice here in Olympia. In her free time, Brandee loves spending time with her husband and dog, enjoying outdoor activities such as mountain biking, hiking, camping, paddle boarding, and snowboarding.
We accept most major insurance plans. Our staff will verify your insurance benefits prior to your first visit and let you know what responsibility you may have, such as deductible, copay or co-insurance.
Personal and Professional Care
As movement experts, our physical therapists can help you transition back to home, work and recreational activities. Individualized sessions range from manual therapy to restore function after an injury to consultation with clients who want to design their own program to enhance performance or prevent injury.
Care on Your Terms
We are open Monday - Friday 6:30 am to 6pm
I love that the therapist provide very personal care. Unlike some large corporate offices my therapist spent time with me, gave me lots of encouragement, and I felt she was invested in my recovery. I would highly recommend.
Every aspect of operation and treatment was extraordinary from my (a patient’s) perspective. The therapist’s expertise and compassionate care were exemplary in helping me to full recovery.
“I’ve always been respected/accepted and cared for – great relationships with everyone!”
“I have come to this clinic for 13+ years (off and on). It is splendid in every respect. Thanks!”
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