Meet Our Team

Clayton Anderson

Clayton Anderson

PT, DPT
Clinic Director | Physical Therapist

Clayton received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 2015. He has a Bachelor Degree of Psychology earned from the University of Washington. He spent the start of his career working at Therapeutic Associates Madison Park clinic in Seattle before moving to the Spokane and the Liberty Lake Clinic. In 2018 Clayton joined the team at Therapeutic Associates Advantage Physical Therapy – South Hill as their clinic director.

The focus of Clayton’s Physical Therapy philosophy is to help athletes of all levels and ages to stay active. Providing manual therapy and the right tweaks to movement patterns can assist anyone from weekend warriors to high-level competitors get back to their sport of choice. Specific clinical interests and experiences include general sports/orthopaedics, treating the injured runner, and a 6-month clinical internship at the UPMC concussion/vestibular rehabilitation center.

Outside of the clinic Clayton is a sports enthusiast, both as a fan and competitor; biking, hiking, and running races from 5Ks to several marathons with his wife. Beyond athletics Clayton is an avid traveler and enjoys relaxing with family, friends, and his dog Bandit, preferably while cheering on the Huskies!

Therapeutic Associates Advantage Physical Therapy - Downtown Spokane

Zoe Cain

PT, OCS
Physical Therapist

Zoe is a co-owner of Therapeutic Associates Advantage Physical Therapy. She specializes in general orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, as well as vestibular therapy for balance and dizziness. Zoe is a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy (OCS). She is a 1981 graduate of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Outside interest include swimming, bicycling and skiing.

Kelli Schuerman

PT, MPT
Physical Therapist

Kelli graduated from physical therapy school at Eastern Washington University in 2000. Her practice experience includes geriatric rehabilitation, women’s health and general orthopedics. Kelli enjoys developing wellness programs, especially for the geriatric and obstetric populations. Being the mother of 4 children, Kelli is devoted to assisting women with the discomforts and physical changes that they experience during pregnancy and postpartum. Kelli is a member of the APTA Women’s Health Section, active in the American PT Association, the Washington PT Association, and was Co-Chair for the Spokane District from 2003 to 2005. Kelli remains connected to the PT program at EWU through clinical instructor certification and volunteers as a PT mentor for prospective students.

Samantha Beamer


Administrative Supervisor