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Two physical therapists join OMC

Olympic Medical Center Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation recently welcomed physical therapists Sarah Mattson, PT, DPT, OCS, and Trina Shockey, PT, OCS, to its Port Angeles team.
Both credentialed as orthopedic certified specialists, they each specialize in the treatment of orthopedic conditions and injuries.
“Sarah and Trina’s expertise allows us to expand access to our services for patients with orthopedic injuries or who need post-surgery orthopedic rehabilitation,” said Gloria Andrus, PT, OCS, operations manager, Olympic Medical Center Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation. “We are pleased to have them join our clinic.”
Mattson has a doctorate of physical therapy, eight years of experience in treating orthopedic conditions, and specializes in shoulder rehabilitation and the treatment of sports-related injuries. She is involved in the medical center’s sports medicine clinic.
Shockey also has eight years of experience in providing physical therapy in acute care, home health and outpatient settings.
Both therapists enjoy living on the North Olympic Peninsula and providing care to the local residents. “I have a passion for educating patients on their condition and working with them to get back to activities that are meaningful to their life,” said Mattson.
“Working at Olympic Medical Center allows me to work closely with physicians in the community, providing continuity of care for our patients.”
For more information on Olympic Medical Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation and its orthopedic services, call 417-7728 in Port Angeles or 582-2601 in Sequim or visit www.OlympicMedical.org.
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