Meet Our Team

Kevin Norris - Therapeutic Associates North Creek Physical Therapy

Kevin Norris, PT, DPT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Kevin grew up right here in Bothell, graduating from Bothell High school in 2004. He was a multi-sport athlete, playing football, baseball, lacrosse, and track/field. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Central Washington University in 2009. Upon graduation, he worked as Strength & Conditioning Specialist at TAI Canyon Park PT until attending Physical Therapy school at Samuel Merritt University. He graduated in May 2014 with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and is excited to be returning home to begin his career serving the North Creek, Mill Creek and Canyon Park neighborhoods.

Kevin treats all musculoskeletal injuries and takes a personal approach to his patient care philosophy. Kevin enjoys working with patients of all ages and takes particular interest in each patient’s “story.” He believes that a complete rehabilitation program must incorporate sound orthopedic clinical reasoning but must also be tailored to include all aspects of a patient’s life for it to be successful and lasting.

In his free time, Kevin enjoys exercising, running with his dog, and playing most sports including golf and lacrosse. He and his wife, Brittany, enjoy many of the outdoor activities the northwest has to offer, including wakeboarding, snowboarding, swimming, hiking, fishing, and camping.

Kelsi Taylor, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Kelsi grew up in Owensboro, Kentucky playing soccer, running cross country, and track. She began her PT career as an aide at two local PT clinics in Kentucky, where she worked throughout her undergraduate career. She gained valuable knowledge and expertise guiding patients through exercise programs and has brought that knowledge into her new career. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Exercise Science with a Psychology minor at Transylvania University in 2014. Kelsi competed on the school’s soccer team as a defender and continues to enjoy playing today. Kelsi continued her education at the University of St. Augustine in Florida and received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018.

She moved to Washington to enjoy the mountains and loves hiking, camping, exploring local eateries, and sampling local breweries. She continues to exercise regularly, run, and play soccer in her spare time. She has a special interest in helping patients with Parkinson’s Disease maintain their independence through their disease process.  She is currently working to pursue advanced manual therapy certification under the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and uses these treatment techniques to improve her patients’ movement patterns while improving their pain.

Kelsi treats all of her patients like family and strives to return her patients to the activities they love and enjoy.