Kirsti Griffin

Why I am a Physical/Occupational Therapist: I have always had the need to be physically active and compete in athletics. The journey to improve my performance peaked my interest in human anatomy and physiology.  After suffering many injuries, and finally undergoing knee surgery and rehabilitation, I knew I wanted to be a Physical Therapist to facilitate this process for others.

Continuing Education Commitment: While working with my patients, I have been fortunate to learn something new on a daily basis. There are so many opportunities for growth, and I am constantly listening and searching for continuing education to improve my skills for aiding my patients.

Personal Interests: Outside of the clinic, I can be found outside.  I love to run through the neighborhood, cheer for my daughters and enjoy our Pacific Northwest waters boating with my husband. 

Educational Background: Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Pacific Lutheran University, Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Washington.