Meet Our Team

Maren Bisson - Therapeutic Associates Madison Park Physical Therapy

Maren Bisson, PT, MPT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist

Maren received her Master’s of Physical Therapy from the University of Mary, Bismarck, ND in 1998. She has a bachelor’s degree of Biology. During her college career she played four years of basketball and received the University’s Leadership Award. Maren’s clinical interest and experience has been in general orthopaedics. Her experience has given her a keen ability in treating work related injuries, athletic overuse, and assisting patients in dealing with challenges of the aging process. Maren strives to provide a holistic approach in her treatment style.
Maren has completed 30 marathons to date and several triathlons including Ironman races. She enjoys encouraging all ages and levels of ability to reach their wellness and fitness goals.

Katharine Hayner - Therapeutic Associates Madison Park Physical Therapy

Katharine Hayner, PT

Physical Therapist

Katharine was born in Oregon and resides in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle with her husband and two children. She received her Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Washington in 1984 and has been practicing physical therapy with Therapeutic Associates in West Seattle since 1986. She draws from a variety of treatment approaches, extensive continuing education and her many years of experience to provide individualized patient care that is practical and adaptive to any lifestyle. She specializes in general orthopedics and is especially interested in the challenges of the aging process.

Katharine’s love of the outdoors, friends and family dominate her free time. She enjoys cycling, hiking, travel, yoga, cooking and reading.

Rachel Griffith

Rachel Griffith, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Rachel received her Bachelors of Science in Physiology from the University of Washington, and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. She was involved in many physical therapy activities while in school, including Tango for Parkinson’s and Manual Therapy Club. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Rachel’s physical therapy philosophy includes a holistic approach to health and wellness for all patient populations. She aims to utilize the skills she has learned to optimize and advance movement in society. Her goal is to provide high quality, individualized patient care. Her clinical interests are in orthopedic and neurological rehabilitation.

Rachel grew up in the small town of Cashmere, Washington, and it was there that her love of the outdoors began. When she is not working, you can find her hiking, camping, running, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.

Madisen Clark

Madisen Clark, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Madisen is a Spokane native who moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in biology. She lived and worked in Paris, France prior to starting PT school at the University of Washington where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has participated in physical therapy volunteer groups to India and Guatemala and has volunteered locally with Dance for Parkinson’s, University District Street Medicine and Experience Fitness Project. She worked in the Department of Rehabilitation at UW throughout PT school assisting with research on balance training in children.

Madisen enjoys working with patients throughout the lifespan. Her clinical interests range from orthopedic injuries to patients with neurologic diagnoses. Most of all, she encourages people to live a healthy, active lifestyle. She strives to create a trust with her patients in order to provide the best care and outcomes possible.

In her spare time, Madisen enjoys watching and playing sports (Go Hawks! Go Zags! Go Huskies!), hiking the beautiful trails in the area, cooking and baking and brushing up on her French.

Jeremy Miller

Jeremy Miller, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Jeremy received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University and earned B.S. degrees in Clinical Physiology, Legal Studies and Political Science from Central Washington University. In his time at NAU, Jeremy developed a preventative ACL injury program which he implemented with the women’s soccer team. At Central, Jeremy played three years of baseball on an athletic scholarship.

Jeremy’s clinical practice focuses on the function of the individual. He develops entire body systematic interventions that target his clients’ impairments whether they’re weekend warriors or professional athletes, in order to allow them to return to their sport of choice. As a former collegiate athlete, he is particularly passionate about staying involved with this population, emphasizing athletic performance, injury prevention and rehabilitation for returning back to sport. Jeremy hopes to combine his interests in sports medicine and rehab by developing preventative programs for high school soccer and overhead athletes in the greater Seattle area. He is committed to improving the quality of life of his patients, and is pursuing additional certifications to enrich his practice.

In his free time, Jeremy is an avid landscape photographer, which allows him to capture the beautiful wonders of the greater Northwest through a creative lens. He enjoys running, hiking, camping and is training for his first Olympic triathlon. As a native Seattleite, Jeremy loves a good cup of coffee, the Mariners, the Huskies, and the Hawks!

Michelle Raquipiso

Michelle Raquipiso

Administrative Supervisor