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  • Mount Spokane Physical Therapy
  • 14120 N. Newport Hwy. Suite B
  • Mead, WA 99021

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  • Mon-Fri 6:20am-7:00pm

Mount Spokane Physical Therapy

About the Clinic

Mount Spokane Physical Therapy provides the Mead and Mt. Spokane community with detailed, one-on-one physical therapy services. We enjoy providing the community with orthopaedic manual therapy treatment of any orthopaedic condition; sports,
post surgical rehab, work related injuries, motor vehicle accident, or other neuro-musculoskeletal
concerns. We are a small energetic and fun loving clinic, which gives us the ability to devote quality, one-on-one time to you while you are recovering.

We strive to progress each treatment based on the individual patient and remain flexible with our hours for scheduling ease. We are open Monday – Friday from 6:20am to 7:00pm.

We are proud to support our community by sponsoring local high school events, assisting with Sports Medicine at Riverside High School, creating individualized workout program for our patients, offering sports enhancement programs and injury prevention for all ages.

Mount Spokane Physical Therapy


How Functional Movement Screens Can Help You

  • Have you wondered if you are fit enough to start a new exercise program?
  • Have you wondered is my child at risk for some injury do to a yet undiscovered but correctable issue?
  • Have you wondered if my work force is at risk for injury due to some underlying issue that is waiting to become painful?
  • You do planking but is your core stable?
  • Do you need a stretch or do you have normal flexibility?

These are questions that Functional Movement Screen (FMS) can help answer.

FMS is a grading system that screens 7 basic movement patterns that are the foundation for normal motion/function.  Limitations and asymmetries are identified and then corrective exercises given to address these issues.  A score is established for a baseline and to monitor progress on all future test to make sure the corrective exercises are working to return your athletes to optimal function and prevent injuries.

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“I first met Cecilia in July 2013 and I had constant back pain that severely affected my golf and lifestyle. Being a golf professional, I needed a program that healed my body and helped me stay pain free so that I can play consistently and at a high level. Cecilia and NG 360 have provided that program. She has helped me heal, I am currently pain free and I recommend her to anyone who wants to improve golf performance or play without pain. I believe that her product provides the necessary balance of stretching and core strengthening that would provide a platform to help anyone achieve their golf goals.”

David Fern
Instructor/Assistant Golf Professional
Downriver Golf Course

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Specialty Programs & Services

  • ASTYM and Myofascial Therapy
  • Bike Fit
  • Certified Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
  • Gait/Running Analysis & Training
  • Low Back Pain Revolution
  • Plantar Fascitis, Achilles Tendinopathy, Elbow Tendonopathy Treatment
  • Return to Work
  • Selective Functional Movement Analysis (SFMA)
  • Ski/Snowboard Strength & Flexibility
  • Sports Enhancement and Injury Prevention Programs

News & Events

Runner’s Clinic – Valley Girl Triathlon

Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is proud to offer participants of the Valley Girl Triathlon a FREE runner’s evaluation. Don’t miss this great opportunity to clear up any aches or pains you’ve been experiencing prior to the race to help improve your running section. Included in the Runner’s Clinic: Gait analysis to assess your running biomechanics Evaluation of your strength & flexibility Training strategies and advice (as needed) Clinic Details: Date: June 13th, 2012 Time: 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM Location: Liberty Lake Physical Therapy Register: Appointment required; contact Liberty Lake PT today to sign up. (visit Liberty Lake PT's website here) Cost: FREE


Group Cycling Tips


How to ride safely in a group: Be Predictable: Follow the same rules of the road as any vehicle…stop at stop signs, stay on the right side of the road, go with traffic, yield to the right at unmarked intersection.  Don’t pass others on the right if you can help it. Don’t Overlap Wheels: This means staying completely behind the person in front of you. The person in front may move sideways and make contact with your wheel. If you happen to touch your front wheel with another cyclist rear wheel YOU will crash and most likely cause those behind you to ... read more »


Spokefest Cycling Lecture Series


Get More Enjoyment Out of Cycling! As part of our continued support as sponsors of Spokefest we are pleased to offer a lecture series on cycling! Our Cycling Lecture Series is designed to help you improve your posture, stability, and efficiency on your bike. All particpants will receive a Theraband® exercise loop with a cycling specific exercise routine, plus a new water bottle for your rides. Come learn tips from the experts to make your cycling experience more enjoyable! Wednesday, August 31st, 6:00pm - 7:00pm Mirabeau Park Meadows 13500 Mirabeau Parkway   Wednesday, September 7th, 6:00pm - 7:00pm Spokane Physical Therapy @ Riverpoint 202 E Spokane Falls Blvd, Ste 100 Cost: ... read more »


After Care for an Ankle Sprain


If you injur your ankle (or wrist) while playing in Hoopfest stop by any first aide tent and follow these simple steps to speed recovery and limit re-injury.  Just remember to use the R.I.C.E. principles: R:  Rest the area by limiting weight bearing for 24 to 48 hours.  If you can’t walk without pain then crutches may be required. I:  Apply ice to the area for 20 min as soon as possible. Repeat every 1 to 2 hours while awake for the first 24-48 hours.  Do not ice longer than 20 min at one time. C:  Apply a compression bandage to help limit swelling ... read more »


How to Prevent Ankle Injuries


If you are going to participate in Hoopfest this year you might want to do these simple steps to help prevent ankle injuries.  Work on balance by standing on each leg for 5 min every day.  This study was done by the Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma. If you have a history of ankle injuries then taping or bracing has been shown to reduce the incident of reinjury. Strengthening exercises that challenge the ankle in weight bearing such as jumping rope or jumping on a trampoline.  This works on balance and strengthening simultaneously.  Work up to 6- 8 min on ... read more »

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