Bart graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor's in physical therapy in 1989. He worked in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine for 10 years before opening his own practice in Green Lake. Bart played collegiate lacrosse, coached youth lacrosse and played as an adult amateur. In his free time he enjoys playing golf. Bart has completed a Titleist Performance Institute certification to help patients and clients improve their golf swing as they reach the return to sport phase of their rehabilitation. Read more about it here: Titleist Performance Institute
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Adam earned his doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2015. He completed his undergraduate degree in biology at Texas Woman’s University while working full-time as an aide in a PT clinic for 4 years. These experiences combined with a background in competitive sports participation allowed Adam to recognize his passion and enthusiasm for physical therapy and sports rehabilitation. After completing his DPT degree, he moved to Seattle to join the Greenlake Sports Physical Therapy team in 2015.
Adam’s clinical focus is orthopedics and sports medicine, working with all age groups. Areas of special interest include rehabilitation of the shoulder and elbow in the overhead athlete, advanced rehabilitation following ACL reconstruction, and slow motion video analysis of running and sports mechanics. He has training in advanced manual therapy techniques of the spine and extremities and enjoys staying up to date with the latest clinical evidence. Adam began snowboarding after moving to the Pacific Northwest and also has enjoyed playing soccer, biking, hiking and many other outdoor activities which the area has to offer.
Rachel is an Illinois native, growing up in Elmwood Park, near Chicago. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with Minors in Strength and Conditioning & Health and Medical Sciences at Minnesota State University Moorhead. After graduating, she returned home and worked as a rehabilitation aide in outpatient orthopedics to gain experience in the therapy realm. She later moved to Tacoma, WA and completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Univeristy of Puget Sound in May 2021. Since participating in collegiate softball and track and field/javelin, Rachel has enjoyed staying active in recreational softball, volleyball, kickball, hiking, and going to the gym.
Rachel’s rehab interests include treating overhead athletes, ankle injuries, and post-surgical patients. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and assisting them in reaching their functional and athletic goals.
Joline earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Governors State University in Aug 2021. She received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has spent some time working as aide in outpatient clinics after her undergrad years. Although born in California, she grew up in the Midwest but has always felt a calling to move back west. Joline has played competitive ultimate frisbee in the youth, college, and club divisions. She has combined her passion of strength and conditioning in her earlier years with her education in physical therapy to bridge the gap from rehab to performance. She believes that everyone has the potential to reach their best selves regardless of their starting point. Her areas of interest include rehab and performance for field athletes, concussion rehab, and post-ACL recovery.
Joline recently moved to Seattle after graduating in Illinois. She has been enjoying all the outdoor activities that can be enjoyed year-round. She is excited to be able to be upgraded from snowboarding the hills of the Midwest to the mountains of the PNW. She also has started bouldering in the most recent years and appreciates the mental and physical challenge of it.
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Maddy is originally from Minnesota, and received her B.A.S. from the University of Minnesota Duluth. Maddy has always had a passion for fitness & helping others reach their goals. She started teaching fitness classes in 2014 during her undergrad. After graduating she managed and trained at a kickboxing gym for 4 years before making the big move with her husband, John, and their dog, Tana. In her free time, Maddy enjoys camping, taking her dog to new parks, and snowboarding all winter long.
Amanda is Seattle native who received her Bachelor's in Kinesiology and Physical Education with an emphasis in fitness from Gonzaga University. She was a patient here after two ACL reconstructions in high school which is what inspired her to pursue a career in physical therapy. Amanda hopes to go to physical therapy school in the near future. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors, skiing in the winter, and playing with her dog, Gus.