Clayton Anderson


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 then becoming clinic director at the Advantage South Hill clinic. After the birth of his first child, he and his wife made the decision to move back home to Seattle..

The focus of Clayton’s physical therapy philosophy is to help athletes of all levels and ages get and 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, basketball, and running races from 5Ks to several marathons with his wife. Beyond athletics Clayton is an avid traveler, loves being a new dad, and spending time with friends/family and his dogs Bandit and Kenji, preferably while cheering on the Huskies!


University of Pittsburgh, Doctor of Physical Therapy


Seattle, WA

Recent Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
Many athletes have a fitness goal that pushes them to train harder. For physical therapist Clayton Anderson, that goal for the past decade has been simple: break the family marathon record held by his grandmother. As he set out to train for his 5th marathon, Clayton reflected on past races...
A concussion is a traumatic injury to the brain that can be caused during a motor vehicle accident, with or without impact to the head. Specially trained physical therapists offer expert care in concussion rehabilitation, and will work with your physician throughout treatment.
Millions of people are injured due to motor vehicle accidents every year in the United States, and many don’t feel symptoms of pain or immobility right away. Symptoms of whiplash can show up days or even weeks later, but it’s important to seek care from a physical therapist as soon...

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