Project Description

Our Team

Our therapists will create an evidence-based treatment program specifically for you that is proven to work.

Justin Marshall, DPT

Justin Marshall


Physical Therapist

Justin graduated from Western Washington University with his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. He went on to graduate from Eastern Washington University in 2016 with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Justin has also participated in the work conditioning and on-site physical therapy program at Boeing’s Everett factory. He has a special interest in pain science education and neurodynamics. In his spare time, Justin likes to run and hike. To schedule with Justin in Bothell, call 425-686-7485. To schedule with Justin in Ferndale, call 360-384-5111.

Western Washington University, 2013 Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
Eastern Washington University, 2016 Doctor of Physical Therapy

Mulligan Manual Therapy Concepts for the Upper Quarter
Neurodynamics of the Upper Quarter
Therapeutic Neuroscience Education
Basic and Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation
Reducing Running Injuries and Improving Performance
Rehabilitation of the Throwing Shoulder
Shoulder Instability: Anterior, Posterior, and Multidirectional
Hip Arthroplasty: Improving Gait
Troubleshooting Difficult Cases in Joint Arthroplasty
Knee Arthroplasty: Increasing Range of Motion
Evidence-Based Examination of the Thoracic Spine
Current Concepts in Joint Replacement: Following Arthroplasty
Returning the Injured Athlete to Sports: New Concepts in ACL Rehabilitation
Returning the Injured Athlete to Sports: Lower Limb, Trunk, and Hip
The Low Back is Having Brain Surgery
Identification and Management of Unilateral Vestibular Disorders
Vestibular Anatomy and Physiology
Shoulder Arthroplasty: Return to Function
Preoperative Pain Neuroscience Education for Lumbar Surgery
Evidence-Based Examination of the Lumbar Spine
The Neuroscience of Sprains, Strains, Pain, and Sports Performance
The Art and Science of the Perfect Run: Reduce Injuries and and Increase Performance
Management of the Cervicogenic Headache

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