Andy is the president of South Whidbey Physical Therapy & Sports Clinic, and has been providing exceptional care to South Whidbey Island and Snohomish County since 1987. Andrew graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Physical Therapy.
He has assisted thousands of patients recover from such conditions as total joint replacement, rotator cuff and ACL repair, neck and back pain, sprains, strains, and post surgical conditions.
Michael graduated from South Whidbey High School in 2005. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University in Los Angeles after receiving his Bachelors from University of Washington.
His care is centered around making meaningful relationships with his patients. That relationship enables him to personalize a plan of care that focuses on each patient’s personal goals. He is striving to help our community stay active and enjoy everything that Whidbey has to offer, whether that’s staying active in retirement, training for a collegiate athletic scholarship or recovering from an injury.
Sandra has been a physical therapist for years, her interest stemming from an injury sustained in a car accident. Years later Sandra has refined her skills to view people holistically and works hard to empower them to be able to continue doing the things they love to do.
Megan has over 27 years of varied clinical experience in outpatient and inpatient settings. Her primary focus is treating neurological pathologies such as Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke symptoms, Spinal Cord Injuries, chronic pain as well as general musculoskeletal dysfunction.
Congratulations to Megan Scudder, PT who recently passed her Orthopaedic Board Certification exam! Call to get scheduled with Megan for your orthopedic musculoskeletal issues.
Katie graduated from Whatcom College P.T.A. program and has been with our facility since 1994. She is a certified U.S.W.F.A. Aquatic Therapist and has attended additional educational courses in myofascial release, back, knee and shoulder injuries, joint replacement, and core/trunk stabilization techniques.
Katie, a Whidbey Island native, has chosen to support people in her community as they improve their health and maintain an active lifestyle.
Cheri is a licensed PTA with over 25 years of experience ranging from outpatient, home health and acute care rehab. A variety of settings has helped Cheri build strength in seeing the whole picture in achieving health and wellness goals for people with a variety of diagnoses.
She looks forward to promoting wellness and helping the local community achieve their highest activity goals safely.
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