Physical Therapy

ptPut your care in the hands of a professional at Lake Chelan Community Hospital. We offer a full range of Physical Therapy services.

  • Outpatient Therapy
  • Children, Adult & Seniors
  • Work, Sports & Injury PT/OT
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Balance & Falls Prevention
  • Off-site Aquatic Therapy
  • Functional Movement & Gait Analysis
  • Orthotic Therapy
  • Inpatient PT/OT
  • Home Health Service
  • Less travel: close to school and work

Call 682-8523 to schedule an appointment.

Jeffrey England, DPT, specializes in orthopedic therapy for both acute and chronic pain, post surgery and work-related injuries. He also works with patients needing help with neurological issues such as poor balance, falls and stroke. England earned his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and Doctorate degree in physical therapy from Eastern Washington University. During his college career, he also worked in Manson as a teacher’s assistant and coach and at Lake Chelan Physical Therapy. “My favorite part of physical therapy is working with patients and getting to know them during the recovery process,” he said. “It’s very rewarding to assist in improving a person’s quality of life.”

Rod Mortensen, PT, brings more than 35 years of physical therapy experience. He graduated from the physical therapy school at California State University at Northridge in conjunction with UCLA hospitals and clinics. He evaluates chronic pain and dysfunction with a thorough biomechanical analysis and functional mobility approach. He enjoys all areas of athletic and orthopedic rehabiliation, gait analysis and orthotic therapy. With his extensive experience, Rod Mortensen has much to offer every segment of the population requiring phsyical therapy intervention. He is also fluent in Spanish.

Linda Hollier, PT, comes to Lake Chelan from the Seattle area. Linda attended the University of Washington, where she received her degree in Physical Therapy. In addition to her experience as a PT, Linda has an extensive background in dance and movement therapy. She received a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Utah and completed additional work in kinesiology, the study of movement. Linda was a choreographer and professional dance performance artist before becoming a PT. Due to her background, Linda integrates concepts from dance, yoga, tai chi and Pilates into her physical therapy treatments. She offers outpatient, inpatient and home health services.

Beth Shaw, PTA