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Meet Our Team

Leah Holbrook - Fairwood Physical Therapy

Leah Holbrook, PT, DPT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist

Leah is a transplant from Florida, earning her bachelors and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees at the University of Central Florida. Growing up in the Sunshine state allowed her to pursue many sports and play year around. As a former collegiate softball player, Leah learned the dedication required to play sports at the elite level, but also suffered the repercussions from injuries as she pushed her body to the limits. Ultimately, this drove her to pursue a career in physical therapy, as it allowed her to empathize with individuals of all capacities, whether they are following their athletic dreams, recovering from surgery, or trying to maintain the healthiest lifestyle they can.

Though she is passionate about sports rehab, Leah has spent much of her career focused on orthopedic and post-operative rehab, including joint replacements, shoulder and knee injuries, and spine injuries, taking a total body approach to functional movement and finding ways to prevent future injuries. Moving to the PNW, she has rekindled her love for manual therapy and has been delving into advanced manual techniques with her continuing education.

In her free time, Leah has enjoyed exploring Oregon and Washington, and getting to know the outdoors. She is an avid golfer and is interested in doing more hiking and learning how to rock climb.

Steve Harris

Steve Harris, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Steve began his life as the child of a military officer resulting in residences all over the world including Japan, the Azores, Germany, and Las Vegas. He spent the latter decade in the Western part of the country, but ultimately decided to begin his career in the Northeast, just south of Boston. After a brief two years in New England, he returned to Seattle to be nearer to family, mountains, and the outdoor lifestyle he dearly missed.

Steve’s passion for physical therapy stems from his belief that everyone finds certain physical activities that give their life meaning, and a desire to help people return to those activities when physical impairment prevents this. He believes that clients are people with unique life experiences that should guide treatment of the person as a whole.

He harbors a special interest for pain science and empowering his clients to take control of their pain experience. He believes that in order to address pain, all aspects of the pain experience should be addressed
Steve is an accomplished runner having competed in seven Boston Marathons and over a near decade of competitive marathon experience. In his spare time he enjoys playing guitar (both electric and acoustic), trail running, exploring local eateries, and Netflix sitcoms.

Brittney Christopher

Brittney Christopher, LMP, MMP

Administrative Coordinator

Brittney graduated from Washington State University in 2004 with her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. After graduating, she took and active interest in massage therapy and chose to further her education by attending Ashmead College. She graduated as a Licensed Massage Practitioner in 2006. While in school she focused on relaxation, deep tissue, rehabilitation, and sports massage. She participated in the student clinic, which provided experience with a variety of clients of all ages and ailments, and she also volunteered at community and sporting events. She recently became certified as a medical massage therapist.

Brittney enjoys coaching and participating in sports in her spare time, in addition to cooking and a variety of other outdoor activities. She also enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends.

Ryan Rebosa

Ryan Rebosa

Physical Therapist Aide

Ryan is compassionate, committed and competent. He was born and raised in the Philippines and became a physical therapist in 2011. In the Philippines, he worked with a variety of patients including those rehabilitating from stroke and traumatic brain injury. He has a passion for pediatric physical therapy and currently is an aquatic therapist working with children who are on the autism spectrum, those with cerebral palsy, as well as many other disabilities. He is working on achieving his physical therapy license in Washington State and will pursue his Doctor of Physical Therapy in the near future. During his free time Ryan loves to spend time with his family, enjoy the outdoors and travel.