FTG Redmond Ridge
For over a decade, FTG Redmond Ridge Physical Therapy has provided exceptional physical therapy care by utilizing the most innovative therapy approaches available. Our practice provides an extremely caring atmosphere with a comprehensive approach to the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of all types of injuries, chronic conditions, and post-operative needs. Our dedicated and skilled clinicians ensure that each patient recovers to their optimal function and relief from pain to successfully return to the activities that matter most.
Redmond, Washington is a constantly growing and developing city. Redmond is a very active community and is known for its nature and beauty. Residents have access to 34 parks, over 25 miles of trails, and is within 20 minutes to Seattle. With such an active community, we’re proud to keep this community moving.
- Sports Injury Rehabilitation
- Spine Rehabilitation
- Pre & Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Manual Therapy
- Balance & Fall Prevention
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Gait Analysis
Meet Our Staff
Candis Clark PTA
Candis Clark has over 12 years of experience in the Physical Therapy field as a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and over 18 years as a coach and trainer. During that time she has pursued certifications in multiple assessment and exercise techniques as well as soft tissue work and nutritional specialties. These include a Fellowship of Applied Functional Science (FAFS), Functional Manual Reaction (FMR), Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP), Golf Performance Specialist (GPS), Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), and more. Candy pursues continued education opportunities frequently as part of a constant goal to provide the best possible client care.
Joe Banach, DPT, FAFS
Joe grew up in Arizona but has called the PNW home for the last 16 years. He enjoys golf, hiking and spending time with his wife and four children. Professionally Joe has pursued continued learning post-graduate school to earn his fellowship in Applied Functional Science. This continued learning has positioned him to help his patients recover from various injuries and get back to a more enjoyable life.
“My goal is to not just treat the pain or limitation but to truly understand each individual’s goals so they can enjoy life to its fullest”
Fellow in Applied Functional Science
General Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Bachelor of Science in Human Biology – Grand Canyon University.Doctor of Physical Therapy – Arizona School of Health Sciences
Lisa Buchart, PT, DPT, CMPT, COMT
Lisa grew up in Southern California and has lived here in the Pacific North West for over 17 years. She enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, playing soccer, and spending quality time with her husband and two daughters. Her clinical experience is focused on manual therapy and she enjoys any challenge. She likes to look a people as a “whole” with a special interest in working with patients with spinal pain. She has a passion for connecting with patients to achieve their goals, educating patients with the “why”, and encouraging patients to become independent with their care.
Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT).
Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT).
Bachelor of Science in Biology – Alleghany Collage, PA.
Doctor of Physical Therapy – Creighton University, NE.
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
Natalie Byers, PTA
Natalie was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She previously worked as a front office coordinator and exercise aide in our clinics. What she enjoys most about the physical therapy profession is building relationships and helping patients get back to what they love doing. She is passionate about working with older adults specializing in balance and fall prevention. In her free time she can be found boating and participating in car shows with her husband and two dogs.
Associate of Applied Science, Physical Therapist Assistant – Lake Washington Institute of Technology
-Natalie Byers, PTA
FTG-Redmond Ridge Physical Therapy
Paige Pryson, PT, DPT
Paige is from Jackson, Michigan, and graduated from Grand Valley State University (Grand Rapids, MI). In her free time, she enjoys going to concerts, spending time with friends, hiking, and hanging out with her dog, Oswald. She really enjoys working with all types of patients and getting to know different types of people- whether that’s different ages, diagnoses, backgrounds, etc.
“I think there’s something to learn and gain from just about anyone.”
Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy- Grand Valley State University, Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science- Grand Valley State University
22500 NE Marketplace Dr., Suite #204 Redmond 98053 United States