Becky Clark received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Washington and Bachelor of Arts/Teaching Certification from Eastern Washington University. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association including the Orthopedic/Sports Section. Becky was a 2 sport D1 athlete at University of Washington, NCAA High Jump Champion and Heptathlete, and coached Mead High School track and Skyhawks Premier soccer.
Her philosophy of care is to offer cutting edge physical therapy treatments with the latest techniques to improve the patient in the shortest period of time. One of the most effective techniques that she uses is Strain Counterstain, she’s can even use this technique on arteries and lymph vessels! She also has mastered craniosacral, visceral, and core-stabilization, and Total Motion Release techniques. It is her personal challenge to significantly improve the physical abilities of every patient and teach them a home program so a patient can get rid of pain. She also likes to look at the whole body instead of just one part. The body works together and all parts need to be at 100% for it to function properly. Becky has pursued a mission as a volunteer to give back to the community by making her services available to athletes and coaches to ensure the quickest, safest return of athletes to their sport. She has sat the bench in volleyball and basketball for 25 years at Mead and Mt. Spokane and helped with Cross Country, track and soccer.
Becky comes from a family of athletes including her father as a basketball/football player for Kansas State, her daughter played basketball at Gonzaga University and son did track at Arizona State University. Currently she likes to stay fit and enjoys gardening, all types of sporting events along with spending time with her husband, children and 2 granddaughters.