Courteney BealkoCourteney J. Bealko PT, Cert. MDT, CSCS
Courteney Bealko has been practicing physical therapy in the field of outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine since 1998. She consistently receives rave reviews from her patients for her outstanding ability to quickly identify the source of their discomfort and then patiently educate and support them to recovery. Her special areas of interest include: running analysis, complex spinal care and overhead sports treatment and rehabilitation. Courteney has additional credentials in spinal care (McKenzie diagnostic therapist) and fitness training (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist).

Courteney’s approach to care is dynamic and hands on, with the goal of getting each patient motivated to be the key player in their own treatment plan. “I want each patient to feel as though they are receiving the best care. I spend their full appointment with them instead of handing treatment over to an assistant or aide.”

Courteney received her Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont.

Outside of the office, Courteney is a parent of 2 young children whom she loves spending time with and learning from. In addition to her work as a PT, Courteney has run 7 marathons, taught skiing at Crystal Mountain for 10 years and has been a personal trainer. She loves seeing people reach for and accomplish their goals. Although she is a travel enthusiast and loves to explore new cities and cultures, Courteney always makes time for her family and friends — they truly are the support behind her many endeavors.

Sarah Berkshire DPT
Sarah has been practicing orthopedic physical therapy since 2009 after graduating from Regis University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT). Her approach is a mix of hands on and exercise to help her clients reach their goals. She believes in customizing each treatment to the patient and motivating them to fully participate in their care. Sarah’s areas of interest include sports medicine, post-surgical rehabilitation, general orthopedics and MVA injuries. She has taken advanced course work in North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy as well as in The Thoracic Ring Approach. Sarah is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and Physical Therapy Association of Washington.
In her free time Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband, Adam and their 9 month old daughter, Mckenzie. She is enjoying watching her learn and grow. Sarah also enjoys many outdoor activities, including hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter. She is an avid figure skater and competes regionally and nationally every year as a member of the adult synchronized skating team.

Charlene Strong-Clinic Manager
Charlene has worked in the medical field for 25 years prior to coming on at Active Physical Therapy. Her experience is in social media and network development and education. Charlene is the chair of the Washington State Human Rights Commission; interest in social justice advocacy, and education keep her busy as a national speaker and consultant when not lending her talents to Active Physical Therapy.

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