We invite you to join us at our newly renovated North Lake location for an evening of good company, light snacks, wine tasting, raffle prizes and more! Help us celebrate Chuck Hanson’s career and welcome Bart Hawkinson as our new director. Our friendly physical therapy staff will be on hand to answer any questions you might have about the services and programs we offer. Free and open to the public. Date: April 17th, 2014 Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm Location: 2611 NE 125th St. Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98125 Please feel free to download and print our Open House flyer.
North Lake Physical Therapy
About the Clinic
For 20 years North Lake Physical Therapy has been serving the Lake City community. Our team of experts includes four physical therapists to support your overall health and wellness. Our 1600 square foot facility includes private treatment rooms and gym and exercise space.
In addition to a full complement of physical therapy services, patients have access to a PGA and LPGA approved, golf-specific training program administered by a Golf Fitness Instructor certified by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI).
Meet Our New Clinic Director!
Bart Hawkinson PT, DPT
Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS)
Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT)
We are happy to announce Bart Hawksinson as our new clinic director at North Lake Physical Therapy! He has served as a staff therapist under longtime director Chuck Hanson for the past five years and will take over his new role in 2014.
After 25 years of service as clinic director of North Lake Physical Therapy, its founder, Chuck Hanson, will transition to a staff therapist position in 2014. Chuck is voluntarily stepping down into a more reduced role in order to spend more time with his family while still being able to help patients with their muskuloskeletal needs.
North Lake Physical Therapy
Specialty Programs & Services
- Injured Worker Rehabilitation
- Low Back Pain Revolution
- Manual Therapy
- Motor Vehicle Accident Care
- Neuro-Developmental Treatment
- Orthopedic Physical Therapy
- Posture and Healthy Spine
- Sport-Specific Injury Prevention Programs
- Sports Rehabilitation
- TMJ and Headache Treatment
- Women's Health
News & Events
This core mat class will incorporate primarily Pilates and Yoga moves to improve your core stability. It will run every Wednesday every month. $20/class or $70 for the month series. Feel free to ask you physical therapist if you think this is something you are interested in trying! Sign up at the front desk or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org About the Instructor Sarah earned her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Scranton. She is an APTA member, as well as a member of the Orthopedic section and the Performing Arts special interest group. Sarah is interested in certifications in manual therapy ... 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 »
Seattle, Wash., August 20, 2012 —Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is proud to announce the recent notable accomplishments in the state of Washington: Bart Hawkinson, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT of Therapeutic Associates North Lake Physical Therapy in Seattle was elected to the Physical Therapy Association of Washington Board of Directors (PTWA) and received an Emerging Leader Award from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). He is now serving as the Professional Enhancement Panel Director for the PTWA until 2013. Bart also recently received Level IV Certification as a Certified Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapist, which is the highest accomplishment awarded in the North American ... read more »
The health benefits of regular cardiovascular exercise are well known. The Department of Health and Human Services recommends 150 minutes of moderate intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity exercise per week as a minimum(4). A 2001 study found that moderate exercise and increased knee usage was not associated with increased knee arthritis later in life(5). In cases of current knee arthritis, low impact exercise including quadriceps strengthening is typically recommended. Cycling is an excellent low impact form of cardiovascular exercise, that when performed properly can place very low stress on joint surfaces. Cycling injuries that do occur are often the ... read more »