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.”

Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy Spokane at Riverpoint

Nick Kelly, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Nick graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University (EWU) in 2016. Prior to this, he completed his Bachelor’s in Exercise Science with a minor in Business Administration from EWU as well. He has spent the past 3 years working in a rural healthcare facility treating a wide variety of patients. Nick’s clinical interests include spinal and extremity dysfunction, post-operative rehabilitation, sports rehabilitation, and fall reduction. His treatment philosophy is focused on addressing a patient’s personal goals and developing a unique treatment plan for each patient tailored to correct the underlying cause of their dysfunction, rather than just treat their symptoms.

He combines a mix of hands-on manual therapy techniques with corrective exercise to help patients achieve optimal function. Nick was born and raised in Kennewick, WA and has lived in Canada, Alaska, and Oregon while playing hockey before beginning school at EWU. Outside the clinic he enjoys reading, exercising, playing hockey, and hiking/camping with his wife and dog.

Ashley Jordan

Administrative Supervisor