Serving Bothell, Woodinville and the Eastside with great patient care since 2003
Flex Physical Therapy’s team of therapists is among the most experienced in the industry, with deep knowledge of a broad spectrum of treatments and therapies. This depth of understanding helps our therapists provide personalized evidence-based care, not one-size-ﬁts-all treatment plans. Your entire session will be spent one-on-one with your therapist providing thoughtful, compassionate care to help you return to and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Click here for more information on telehealth options and how our clinic is addressing COVID-19.
Our goal is to make your experience with us as pleasant as it can be on all levels. We offer flexible scheduling options to work with your availability. Contact us today to schedule an appointment in our Bothell location, or to learn more about our clinic.
-Joint and muscle pain
-Pre and post-surgical rehabilitation
-Motor vehicle accident injuries
-Back and neck pain
-Instrument assisted soft tissue: Graston
-Pelvic floor pain
-Pregnancy related pain
In addition to pelvic floor therapies, Flex offers professional evaluation and treatment for some of the special conditions affecting women. To set an appointment or learn more, contact us today.
Flex therapists treat a wide variety of joint problems from simple sprains and strains to complex injuries. These include diagnoses such as ACL or other ligament injuries to the knee, patello-femoral dysfunction, rotator cuff tears, arthritis and bursitis.
Sports Injuries & Prevention
Whether you’re a weekend warrior, high school or college athlete, or training for a triathlon, we can help heal your injury as well as provide you tools and strategies to prevent further injuries in the future.
Pelvic Floor Therapy
Compassionate care for incontinence, pelvic pain, pregnancy and post-partum related pain, or osteoporosis. At Flex we understand how much these affect your life and offer a comprehensive approach to treatment in a confidential, comfortable environment.
Physical therapists commonly give their patients a home exercise program. What's not common is the patient actually doing it. Even though compliance with a home exercise program has been shown to significantly increase the chance of meeting goals, it's estimated that only half of people do their exercises the way that they're supposed to. What [...]
Physical therapists aren’t just for people that are injured or have had surgery. Physical therapists can also help healthy people improve their fitness. Here are 5 reasons why you should consider seeing yours. You Want a Baseline When you see a physical therapist to improve your fitness, you’ll get an assessment of your strength, range […]
As a physical therapist I am used to treating pain. Pain is often viewed as a physical response to injury, but it is very emotional as well. We can feel emotional pain from harm, change, and loss just to name a few. Many of us are experiencing emotional pain due to these and other reasons […]
We’ve all been told at some point to “stand up straight!”, but what does good posture really entail? Correct standing posture involves alignment of our spine and shoulders over our pelvis with knees and ankles stacked under our hips. It can feel overwhelming to try and maintain this all at once so try this: sit at […]