Physical Therapy

Our therapists have extensive training and specialize in treating arthritis.

Benefits of Physical Therapy in Arthritis:

  • Decreased pain
  • Improved motion, strength and endurance
  • Improved balance
  • Home program designed to maintain or further gains achieved in therapy

In an editorial that appeared in PT Magazine in October 1999, the publisher remarked:

“Physical therapists are good people to know. They’re educated in understanding the interaction of all your body parts. Their hands-on approach begins with examination, diagnosis, and treatment of the immediate problem. Then they teach you how to take care of yourself by showing you how to do exercises and how to use your body properly to gain strength and mobility and prevent recurring injury. You’ll find them advising on proper posture and body motion in the work place, treating injuries, consulting on fitness, and administering physical therapy in the home. Today physical therapists provide help for every part of the body to everyone from infants to the elderly – more than 1 million people every day!”

Meet Our Therapist


Keri Woloszynski, MPT

Keri has been a Physical Therapist since 1999. She earned her undergraduate degree Exercise Physiology from Western Washington University and got her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound, both in Washington State. Keri has spent most of her career practicing in outpatient physical therapy. She has taken courses in both  manual therapy and muscle energy techniques, and is a former athletic trainer. She is excited to offer private one on one Physical Therapy treatments to patients at this facility.

Keri is married and has twins (1 boy, 1 girl) attending middle school. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, walking her yellow lab Baxter, and going to Walt Disney World.