Sandra Chard, PT, ATC
Sandy's interest in heath, anatomy and sports inspired her to start working as a student athletic trainer at Pacific Lutheran University. This experience eventually lead her down the path to a career in Physical Therapy. Sandy's past work history also includes several years in clinic management and company operations.
Sandy's approach to rehabilitation involves all aspects of therapy with a particular focus on exercise and education on self-management strategies. She enjoys being able to help her patients reach their therapy goals and maintain an active lifestyle.
Sandy specializes in the treatment of orthopedic disorders. She has additional training in the following:
- Fall Prevention
- Graston Technique
- Mckenzie Technique
- Mulligan Technique
- Sports Medicine
- Therapeutic Taping
- Pacific Lutheran University: BSPE (pre-physical therapy), minor in Biology, Health, Certification in Sports Medicine (1987)
- University of Puget Sound: Master in Physical Therapy (1991) Certified Athletic Trainer (1990)
Soccer, skiing, hiking, paddle sports, traveling, and gardening