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It goes without saying that physical therapists (PTs) feel passionate about helping those in need, especially people experiencing pain and mobility dysfunctions. The nature of our job is spending one-on-one time with people in close contact. At this time, our passion and livelihood is being...

Many women struggling with pelvic health dysfunctions (ie, urinary incontinence, urinary urgency, constipation, and/or pelvic and low back pain) have been told “Oh, that’s just your age” or “Well, you had a baby. What do you expect?” Contrary to popular belief, there IS a way...

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Covid-19 Notice

11/15/2020 Covid-19 Notice:

For the past 5+ months we have safely operated under our Covid-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation and Recovery Plan. This has allowed us to continue caring for our community and helping our clients return to the activities they love! As King County and all of Washington State are facing the third wave of Covid-19 cases, we remain open and committed to keeping you moving while also lessening the load on our primary care offices, urgent care clinics and emergency rooms. Our PT team is available for both in-clinic and virtual physical therapy visits and Pilates sessions. This allows us to comply with Governor Jay Inslee's Covid-19 Guidance on 11/15/2020, while also meeting our obligation as essential infrastructure workers. For in-clinic treatment/Pilates sessions, the PT will wear a mask and the client needs to wear a mask of their own. Social distancing is observed throughout the clinic and rigorous cleaning guidelines are followed. At times during your PT treatment, it may not be possible for your PT to observe social distancing, such as during certain manual therapy techniques. The need for in-clinic treatment vs. virtual or telehealth treatment will be a joint determination between you and your PT. You may review our Covid-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation and Recovery Plan for the details of how we provide safe, in-person care.

If you are seeing your extended family indoors or traveling via plane during the Thanksgiving holiday, we ask that you inform your PT so that we may switch your visits to telehealth for 14 days after these holiday exposures. Thank you for understanding that this policy is in place to allow us to meet our responsibility to all clients, which is to do no harm.

We remain passionate about helping you improve and maintain the function of your movement system so that you can do the activities you love. We invite you to follow/Like our Facebook page, where I am offering complimentary weekly Pilates mat class on Wednesdays at 7am. All are welcome to participate in these classes or view them anytime on our Facebook page.

Please contact me directly with any questions or concerns. I am available via clinic phone (206-535-7356) and email (elizabeth@elizabethrogerspt.com). We will update you here and our Facebook page as things change.

Thank you for your support of this small, locally-owned physical therapy private practice!

Elizabeth Rogers, PT

Owner, Elizabeth Rogers Pilates & Physical Therapy, PLLC