Physical Therapy

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Lake Chelan Community Hospital and Clinic Physical Therapy department offers comprehensive services for children, adults and seniors in a wide range of diagnosis’, including recovery from surgery and other physical impairments. The team at LCCHC works to help relieve pain and improve function and mobility across both inpatient and outpatient settings. Specific areas may include:

  • Work, Sports, Orthopedic Injury & Physical Deconditioning
  • Hand Therapy
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Balance & Falls Prevention
  • Functional Movement & Gait Analysis
  • Orthotic Therapy
  • Neurological Re-education

The team works alongside families and caregivers to create a therapy plan that helps individuals return to daily functional activities such as work, school and social engagements.

Put your care in the hands of a professional at Lake Chelan Community Hospital and Lake Chelan Clinic. We look forward to working with you.

Call 509-682-8523 to schedule an appointment.

Jeffrey England, DPT

Jeff England 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.  “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.”

Amy Walker, PT

Amy Walker is a Physical Therapist who joined the Lake Chelan Community Hospital and Rehabilitation Department in February 2020.  She received her degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon and has been practicing for 25 years.  Amy provides outpatient and inpatient physical therapy services for both children and adults.  She is a big proponent of helping people improve their quality of life through integration of healthy living choices.  Amy enjoys exploring the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.

Linda Hollier, PT

Linda Hollier  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.

Rimvydas Veitas, PT

Beth Shaw, PTA

Beth Shaw is a Physical Therapist Assistant who joined the Lake Chelan Community Hospital and Rehabilitation Department in September 2017.  She received her degree from Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, WA.  Beth provides outpatient and inpatient physical therapy services for both children and adults.  She also teaches a gentle adult exercise class each Monday at the Chelan Senior Center.  Beth enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with her family.