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Jennifer Jesski


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Jennifer earned both her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees (DPT) from Marquette University. She grew up in Chicago before moving to the Seattle area. She became a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and is experienced in treating patients with a variety of orthopedic conditions including sport-related injuries and post-operative conditions among many others. Additionally, she co-led a hospital-wide foot and ankle specialty group where she mentored several physical therapists and other professionals. In her spare time, Jenny enjoys hiking, running, trying out new breweries, and Pilates studios. Special Interests: foot and ankle, lower extremity biomechanics, sports medicine, youth athletes, post-surgical rehab.

Minda Morris


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Minda is originally from Colorado and completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Colorado. After graduation, she spent time completing multiple courses in advanced orthopedics and pelvic health. In addition to being a physical therapist, Minda is also certified in yoga instruction. Minda joins GPT after recently moving to Seattle in 2021 and enjoys hiking, skiing, paddle boarding, and spending time with her dog and friends in her free time. Special interests: Spine and hip, women’s and men’s pelvic health, movement analysis, rock climbing, skiing

Sally Garland


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Sally is originally from Connecticut and earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Simmons University. She enjoys working with all age groups and has a special interest in youth athletes, runners, and Sports Medicine. Sally aims to create individualized treatment programs that include manual skills, functional exercise, postural awareness, and neuromuscular re-education. Outside of physical therapy, she enjoys running, hiking, yoga, cooking, playing with her black lab, and drinking red wine/coffee while exploring the Pacific Northwest. Special interests: Youth athletes, runner’s clinic, sports medicine, post-operative care

Lynelle Decker


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Lynelle graduated with her B.S. in Applied Human Biology from Seattle Pacific University. She then received her DPT at Franklin Pierce University. Her career focus and interests are in orthopedics and sports physical therapy. She has experience working with athletes of various sports, ages, and experience levels and has a special interest in working with soccer athletes, runners, and lifters. Lynelle is passionate about treating each patient, taking both physical and psychosocial components of rehabilitation into consideration. She is currently certified in Emergency Medical Response for the Athlete (ERA) and Myofascial Decompression (MFDc), also known as cupping. Lynelle is also TPI certified. TPI Medical Certification gives medical professionals golf-specific injury assessment and rehabilitation techniques to get players back in the game. In treatment she utilizes joint mobilization, tool-assisted massage, massage, Kinesiotaping and McConnell taping techniques.

Hannah Wirta


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Hannah received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. Previously, she received her Bachelor of Science in Biology as well as her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences. Her continuing education coursework has focused on advanced manual therapy, pain management, vestibular rehabilitation, and treating runners. She is certified in Astym(r) treatment, which regenerates healthy soft tissues, and eliminates or reduces unwanted scar tissue that may be causing pain and movement restrictions. Hannah enjoys working with patients of all ages with a variety of conditions. She especially enjoys helping her patients return to an active lifestyle including both recreational and competitive sports. She uses a combination of exercise, manual techniques, and education to customize a unique treatment plan to best fit each client. Outside of work, Hannah enjoys running, hiking, skiing, group fitness classes, and spending time with her husband and dog.

Lisa Elsonbaty

Doctorate of Physical Therapy



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3290 NE 65th St, Unit 101
Seattle, WA 98115


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