Premier Therapy Associates
Physical Therapy & Hand Therapy in Edmonds, WA
We are open!
Our clinic is open and we are here to help!
Physical and occupational therapy clinics are included in the list of “essential businesses“ by local and federal governments that are remaining open during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
We are being very careful about following the CDC guidelines for protection of ourselves and the community we serve. Please do not hesitate to call and speak with us with any questions or concerns you might have.
Telehealth is available!
Heal at home – no need to find rides, deal with parking, or worry about coronavirus.
Consult with your therapist via phone or online video conferencing.
Covered by insurance just like an in-clinic visit.
Contact us for details.
We are a therapist-owned physical therapy, hand therapy, and work conditioning practice located in the Health Care District of Edmonds, just one block south from Swedish hospital.
You will find our clinic to be friendly, fun, and professional as we help you get back to your activities of daily living, work or play.
We pride ourselves on delivering comprehensive, one-on-one service.
We utilize evidence based physical therapy interventions, including manual techniques and exercise prescription, to help reduce pain, optimize movement, improve function and prevent future injury. You are not just a shoulder, back, or knee. We employ a whole body approach to facilitate your rehabilitation following surgery, sports injury, accident, or worker injuries.
Hand therapy is the specialized rehabilitation of the upper limb, including the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder girdle. We provide evidence based interventions to help reduce pain and restore functional range of motion and strength, as well as the necessary education to prevent future injury. Our goal is to get you back to being you following surgery, sports injury, accident or worker injuries.
A multi-disciplinary approach (physical and occupational therapy) designed for patients who have been injured on the job, but are not yet ready to return to work at their full capacity. The primary objective of the Work Conditioning program is to restore physical capacity and function to enable the injured worker to return to his or her pre-injury job. The program focuses on training and conditioning in proper body mechanics for lifting, carrying, and simulation of job specific work activities, as well as physical reconditioning to improve the workers strength, endurance, and flexibility.