Erin Rodriguez, PT, opened Salish Sea Physical Therapy in 2013.
Erin has over 20 years of experience as an Orthopedic Physical Therapist.
In 1998, she graduated at the top of her class from the University of Washington, School of Medicine, Division of Physical Therapy.
Erin was born and raised on South Whidbey Island. Physical therapy was a perfect career fit for her. As a competitive gymnast, she earned her share of injuries at a young age. She happily recovered through running, and has not stopped for 30 years. She is proud to be part of this amazing community, where her own children are connected to healthy people and a healthy environment.
"It is important that if you are seeking care for an injury or chronic pain that you seek out a Physical Therapist that has achieved this OCS designation. This demonstrates that the Physical Therapist has taken the time to gain the required skills and experience in the realm of musculoskeletal disorders. This also, more importantly, ensures that you are receiving the best care possible.
If you thought you were experiencing an issue with your heart you would likely seek out the help of a Cardiologist, an MD who specializes in the cardiovascular system, instead of a general practitioner. The same holds true for your Physical Therapist. If you have an injury to the bones, joints, or associated muscles it is in your best interest to seek out care from a Physical Therapist who is an Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist." - News - Fox PT 12/11/2017