Meet Your Experienced Team of Physical Therapists
Laney O'Neill, MPT
Laney graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2002 with a Masters degree in Physical Therapy. She is a highly experienced orthopedic therapist, drawing from a blend of manual therapy approaches. She has taken a variety of continuing education including North American and Great Lakes Seminars, and completion of all McKenzie Institute courses for treatment of the spine. She emphasizes a functional exercise approach to allow her patients to recreate their treatments and maintain progress independently.
Laney also specializes in lymphedema, practicing in this field since 2004. She treats patients with cancer, as well as orthopedic and venous based edemas of all extremities. Prevention and education are at the core of her practice, ensuring each patient has the tools and resources to treat and maintain this lifelong condition.
In her spare time, she can be found with her husband chasing their young children around. She is an outdoor enthusiast and is typically running, hiking, golfing, skiing or camping when away from work.
Christine Mattson, DPT
Christine has a particular interest and specialty in amputee rehab and she enjoys treating post-op orthopedics, sprains/strains, motor vehicle accident injuries, work injuries, and much more. She uses hands-on manual therapy techniques to improve mobility and decrease pain and uses patient-specific exercises to maximize the return of function.
When not at work, Christine manages her home life with her husband, two kids, and their dog. She loves doing creative art/science projects with her kids, all while making it a learning experience. In her free time, she loves playing soccer, baking creative cakes, watching predictable romantic comedy movies, and having coffee/spa dates with her friends.
Sherri A Antonucci, PT, SAMP
Sherri graduated from the University of Vermont with her physical therapy degree in 1991. She brings nearly three decades of physical therapy experience to the clinic and her patients. Having practiced in home health and acute care settings for many years, Sherri’s skill set is very diverse. Her experience spans many areas, including manual therapy, geriatric care, balance dysfunction, wound care, chronic pain, and pelvic health.
When a patient walks into the clinic, Sherri assesses the person as a whole being, not just the area of injury or dysfunction. She believes that when one area of the body is changed or compromised, it can and often does affect other parts and so it is necessary to treat the whole body for more lasting physical health.
Sherri primarily utilizes gentle manual techniques such as Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST/Bowen), and the Functional Indirect Technique (FIT), both of which are holistic approaches that help to reduce pain as well as restore the body’s structural integrity to allow for optimal functioning of the whole body.
In her spare time, Sherri can be found working with animals as a small animal massage practitioner, knitting, beading, or with her three Bernese Mountain Dogs, training, showing, or just having fun.
Tiffiny Langanke, PTA
She has worked in orthopedic rehabilitation with a focus on manual therapy. Her continuing education has centered around Great Lakes Seminars and the McKenzie Institute training. She also has been trained in lymphedema treatment assisting patients in the reduction and management of this condition.
In her spare time, Tiffiny can be found pulling weeds in her garden, studying to become a Master Gardener, hiking with friends, exploring the PNW, rooting for the Mariners and Red Sox, and writing the next great American novel.
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