FTG Physical Therapy – Woodinville offers functional & manual therapy, pre & post-surgical rehab, neck & spine rehab, sports injury rehab, orthopedic rehab, worker’s injuries, hand therapy, free injury screens and more.
The Woodinville clinic offers initial evaluations within 24-48 hours and accepts the majority of insurance plans.
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Spine Rehabilitation
- Manual Therapy
- Sports Injury
- Pre and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Astym® Therapy
- Balance and Falls Prevention
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Work Conditioning
- Kinesio Taping
- Work Conditioning
Meet Our Staff
Brock Giannaris PT, DPT, FAFS
Brock loves spending time outside and exploring everything that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. He believes in helping patients understand their injury and the process of healing in combination with an individually tailored rehabilitation program, provides the most effective way to treat and prevent injuries from happening again.
“I have a passion for working with my patients and improving each one’s quality of life”
Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS)
Certified Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist (Cert. VRS)
Injury Prevention and Post-Surgical Rehab
Orthopedic Physical Therapy,
Advanced Manual Therapy for the Spine
Post Concussion Rehabilitation
Doctorate of Physical Therapy – The University of Saint Augustine for Health SciencesBachelors of Science, Kinesiology – California State University San Marcos
Haley Sizelove, PT
Haley grew up in Woodinville and went to high school in Everett prior to going to Portland, Oregon where she received a bachelor’s degree in biology. She first gained interest in the field of physical therapy in high school while playing basketball. Haley enjoys helping a wide range of patient clientele, ranging from geriatric populations to teenagers returning to sport. In her free time she enjoys hiking, cycling, and playing with her dog Ellie.
Education: Doctor of Physical Therapy – University of Washington; B.S. Biology – University of Portland.
Julia Major, PTA
Julia enjoys helping people get back to doing what they love, positively influencing her patients well being, and spending time with family and friends, especially her dog Guapo.
“Helping people reduce their pain and recover from their injuries, to improve their daily function is why I love being a provider”
Associates of Occupational Science, Physical Therapist Assistant – Pima Medical Institute
13930 NE 178th Place, Suite 112 Woodinville, WA 98072