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Meet Our Team

Bill Olson - Therapeutic Associates Spokane Physical Therapy at Riverpoint

Bill Olson, PT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist
  • Certified Manual Physical Therapist

Bill graduated from Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy in 1995. He is a Certified Manual Therapist through the North American Institute for Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) and has extensive training in lymphedema treatment and cancer care.

Bill has broad experience working with patients of all ages and levels of function. His practice focuses on:

  • comprehensive care for all musculoskeletal conditions of the spine and extremities via hands-on manual therapy, soft tissue release, spinal stabilization and functional movement retraining techniques
  • treatment of lymphedema and the orthopaedic complications related to cancer care
  • foot orthotic prescription

Bill enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children, staying fit and outdoor activities such as camping, kayaking and skiing.

Treatment philosophy: “Developing a clear understanding of the body’s underlying biomechanics is essential to treat the root causes of a person’s problem, versus only treating the symptoms. I strive to create a collaborative partnership with my patients, tailoring my approach to meet their individual needs and goals. With proper hands-on care, education and prescriptive exercise, you can achieve amazing improvements in function and wellbeing.”

Spokane Physical Therapy at Riverpoint - Sabrita Cohen

Sabrita Cohen, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Sabrita earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound in 2019. Her final year of education focused on integrating both neurological and musculoskeletal treatment in children and adults. She has clinical interests in: general musculoskeletal dysfunction with patients of all ages, chronic pain, women’s health, and sports injury as well as a particular interest in injury prevention.

Sabrita’s treatment philosophy is to identify and treat the underlying causes of a patient’s symptoms with collaboration of the patient to determine the best treatment plan specific to their needs and goals. Sabrita emphasizes using a holistic approach while promoting the patient’s understanding of their body, through education, to prevent future injury.

Sabrita has 20 years of ballet and performing arts experience. She enjoys rock climbing, dirt bike riding, and skiing with her husband and dog.

Caleb Dotson - Therapeutic Associates Spokane Physical Therapy at Riverpoint

Caleb Dotson, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Caleb earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University and holds his BS in Kinesiology from Washington State University. Caleb has been recognized and awarded for leadership and community service by both universities.

After receiving their doctorates in 2015, Caleb and his wife Charlotte began their careers in Klamath Falls, Oregon before returning to their Washington roots in 2018. Caleb enjoys fly fishing, playing board games, and spending time with family. He and his wife also enjoy taking their dogs camping, kayaking, and hiking.

Caleb utilizes a comprehensive approach to diagnosing and addressing patient impairments. His goal is to identify and address the root causes of patient symptoms, not just the symptoms themselves. He believes this enables people to achieve better, more resilient health and wellbeing than before they sought care.

“As a physical therapist, I am a teacher and a coach. I do not see my job as making someone better but educating and equipping them to reach their full potential.”

Liberty Lake - Jeremy Hands

Jeremy Hands, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Jeremy has a unique background in two neuromuscular-based certifications: Muscle Activation TechniquesTM and The SQUARE 1 SystemTM. Through this skill set, he discovered his passion for helping people improve their quality of life. With the desire to further develop his knowledge and skills, he completed the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Spokane Falls Community College in 2018. He continues to be an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, and continuously implements their modern knowledge into his practices.

Jeremy grew up on a farm in Kansas (where the skies are breathtaking, and the landscapes are not) and moved to Colorado where he met his wife, Patty. They married in 2008 and moved to Spokane in 2016 to be closer to family. They enjoy getting their three kids outdoors with various activities such as hiking, kayaking, biking, and camping. The whole family is very active with their church, where you will often find Jeremy playing guitar, bass, or the cajón with their music team.

“The body is an amazing machine! I find the responsibility to optimize movement both humbling and thrilling.”