At FTG Physical Therapy – Duvall, we believe in a balanced approach to treatment, using manual techniques in combination with specific three-dimensional exercise and patient education. We understand the importance of exercise as an integral part of our patients’ lives and their overall health.
Duvall, Washington is a small city in King County. Its location and small-town feel are what draws people to it. With only 7,674, Duvall lies between two larger cities, Monroe and Carnation. It resides along the Snoqualmie Valley River and offers plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities, especially during the summertime, downtown on Main Street. At FTG Physical Therapy – Duval, we’re happy to keep our community active.
- Sports Injury Rehabilitation
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Manual Therapy
- Pre and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Spine Rehabilitation
- Astym Therapy
- Gait Analysis
- Work Conditioning
- Working Conditioning
Meet Our Staff
Heidi Petersen PTA, BA, CSCS, FAFS
Heidi has lived in the Pacific Northwest most of her life and enjoys the outdoors hiking with her dog. She has worked as a PTA since 1994. She finds fulfillment in all aspects of patient care whether it’s simply making someone smile to teaching them to walk again, it makes life a little better for everyone.
“Guiding people back toward a healthy functional goal to achieve their best self is why physical therapy is the best profession”
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
National Strength and Conditioning Association
Fellowship in Applied Functional Science
The Gray Institute
Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Western Washington UniversityPhysical Therapist Assistant, Whatcom Community College
Makana Viernes, PTA
Makana is a resident of the Snoqualmie Valley, but is originally from the Big Island of Hawai’i. He enjoys the best of both worlds with the ability to explore the city and countryside. Makana has prior experience as a personal trainer and his emphasis on exercise form and techniques, ensures patient safety and effective rehabilitation. He enjoys motivating people who are looking to regain their strength and mobility, regardless of their age or fitness level.
Education: Associate of Applied Science- Physical Therapist Assistant, Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Meghan Biggs, PT, DPT, FAFS
Meghan is a Pacific Northwest native and takes advantage of all it has to offer. Whether it’s hiking, camping or spending time in her garden, Meghan is always ready for an adventure, rain or shine. She applies this same enthusiasm and passion to her patient care
“Helping people find a path towards improved physical fitness and function is what I love about this profession!”
Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS)
Doctorate of Physical Therapy – Pacific University Oregon
Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science – Gonzaga University
Michaela is a Pacific Northwest native. She is a former dancer and loves to work with dancers as their physical therapist or their teacher. She also loves to work with patients experiencing vertigo or looking to prevent falls. What Michaela loves most about being a physical therapist is her ability to help patients achieve their goals and maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. When she is not in the clinic or dance studio, you can find her exploring all the PNW has to offer with her husband and dog.
Doctorate of Physical therapy- Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Bachelors of Science in Applied Human Biology with a minor in Exercise Science- Seattle Pacific University
Steve Pipe, DPT, FAFS
Steve Pipe is a lifelong basketball player, avid snowboarder, and golfer. He believes exercise is an integral part of his patients’ lives and their overall health. Steve has a strong belief that many ailments and injuries can be corrected with movement. His balanced approach to treatment utilizes various manual techniques in combination with specific, three-dimensional exercise and patient education.
“I strive to give each patient the knowledge and skills to improve their current injury and also prevent future ones”
Fellow of Applied Functional FAFS
General Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Doctor of Physical Therapy: University of Michigan – FlintBachelors of Science, Kinesiology: Washington State University
14110 Main Street, Northeast Duvall 98019 United States