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Meet: Kevin Piasecki, MSPT, OCS

Kevin grew up in Connecticut, moved to New York City in 1992, and then relocated to Seattle in 1999. He has been practicing Physical Therapy since 1994.

Education:

-College of the Holy Cross (Worcester,MA): BA in Psychology (1991)

-Columbia University (New York, NY): MS in Physical Therapy (1994)

-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (1999)

-Orthopedic Clinic Specialist Certification (2007)

Kevin has been practicing since 1994.  He joined Quality Care Physical Therapy in 2007.  Kevin has experience treating all types of musculoskeletal problems. His approach to rehabilitation is a combination of hands-on treatment and exercise, with a particular focus on biomechanics, posture, core stability, patient education, and home exercise prescription.

Kevin looks forward to helping his patients become pain-free and maximize their health and fitness potentials. "Physical Therapy offers a lot of health and wellness benefits for both athletes and non-athletes.  Everyone can benefit from improving their ability to move with appropriate strength, posture, and efficiency.  Feeling good and being fit are important keys to achieving our wellness goals and enjoying our lives.  Physical Therapy offers a lot of tools and education to help clients meet these objectives.  Additionally, Physical Therapy can often help us to find relief from the many things that cause us to have pain and that limit our ability to be active."

On the weekends, Kevin and his wife enjoy hiking, camping, rock climbing, mountaineering, cycling, mountain biking, snow sports, and gardening. Kevin's interest in teaching is not only evident when he works with his clients, but carries beyond the clinic as well; he volunteers his time to help teach rock climbing courses with the Mountaineers.