Looking to get into yoga? Join us for our small group introductory yoga classes. You will learn safe techniques for common poses and injury modification from our instructor Corinna Lowe. Be sure to bring comfortable clothes, a yoga mat, and curiosity. Date Time Cost Tuesday, March 4 6:30pm - 7:30pm $10 Tuesday, March 11 6:30pm - 7:30pm $10 Tuesday, March 25 6:30pm - 7:30pm $10 More dates coming soon About Our Instructor - Corinna Lowe As a teacher, Corinna’s ... read more »
Fairwood Physical Therapy
About the Clinic
Located in the Fairwood community of Renton, our team of experts includes four physical therapists to support your overall health and wellness. We strive to achieve healthy, pain-free movement that maximizes performance and enjoyment in your work, recreational, and athletic activities. We promote healing by reducing pain and inflammation, increasing range of motion and strength, and improving posture, body awareness, and body mechanics.
Helping you return to and stay at full function is our priority. We are dedicated to promoting overall wellness with a focus on good body mechanics, continued strength, and flexibility. From initial diagnosis through recovery, we will begin to teach you how to take control of your body and its healing process.
We are proud to sponsor a variety of community programs, including Black Diamond Racing.
Fairwood Physical Therapy
Specialty Programs & Services
- Low Back Pain Revolution
- Manual Therapy (NAIOMT Level III)
- Massage Therapy
- Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
News & Events
Enter With 3 Easy Steps Fill out Information and Release Forms Information Form | Release Form Submit the forms in person or online at firstname.lastname@example.org Like us on Facebook: Facebook.com/TAIFairwoodPT Get Movin’ towards your goals! Process: There will be three monthly drawings: Occurring on Wednesday April 2nd, Wednesday April 30th and Thursday May 29th. There will be one Grand Prize Drawing on Thursday May 29th. Winner will be announced at our Clinic Party on Thursday May 29th at 6:30pm. Rules and Restrictions: To be eligible you must sign release form along with contact information. You must check in with us weekly by emailing: email@example.com with your weekly update. You must include: ... read more »
The 2014 Seattle cyclist lecture series is designed to educate new and experienced riders by licensed physical therapists who are qualified in cross training, bike fits, and injury prevention. Space is limited, so please RSVP. There will be physical therapists available pre-lecture for injury screen, so come early with your questions. We will also be giving away free registrations for Cycle the WAVE and foam rollers at each event. Don’t miss our two group ride sessions in August where you will put everything you learned into action! Cross Training for the Cyclist | January 30, 2014 | Canyon Park Physical Therapy Presenter: Chris ... read more »
Renton, Wash., September 14, 2012 — Nicole Smyth Macaluso, PT, DPT, OCS, and her staff are excited to announce their clinic will be moving to a new location on September 24th, 2012. The new facility boasts modern state of the art equipment, a large gym space, and private treatment rooms to better accommodate patients of all ages and ability levels. The new clinic is conveniently located near the intersection of Southeast Petrovitsky Road and 143rd Avenue Southeast Street at 14208 SE Petrovitsky Road, in Renton. Therapeutic Associates Fairwood Physical Therapy is proud to have been serving the Renton area with ... read more »
Your “back” is a pretty loaded term when you think about. What all is there? We know there are bones, a pretty important cord and some muscles but what really makes up your back? Here is the down and dirty from the inside out. Spinal Cord and nerve roots The spinal cord is what gives us the signal from our brain to make muscles contract/relax and feel touch/pain. The cord goes down the center of the spine and nerve roots come out at each level that than travel to their respective destination Vertebra These are the 24 bones that make up the structure of your spine, ... read more »