Meet Greg Kenton, PT
Greg graduated with his undergraduate degree in Zoology from the University of Washington, and then continued his education receiving his Physical Therapy degree from U.W. as well – Go Huskies! He has spent his career in the outpatient orthopedic world focusing on manual therapy. He has continued his education, receiving extensive postgraduate training in manual therapy with an emphasis on the Maitland approach. In his experience, Greg has assisted with teaching Neural Tissue Evaluation and Treatment techniques with Bob Elvey, PT, GDMT, past president of the International Federation of Orthopedic Manipulative Physical Therapists and pioneer in the field of neural tissue involvement in the musculoskeletal patient.
Greg is passionate about physical therapy and has been practicing for over 30 years. Although he particularly likes treating spine patients, he also enjoys working with a variety of patients, adding “I am at my best helping people.” In his profession, Greg believes that taking time to understand the concerns of the patient plays a key role in the patient’s success. This involves completing a thorough evaluation, developing a plan for resolution, and then discussing this with the patient in order to get one’s full understanding. These are all crucial characteristics in finding the solution and accomplishing the patient’s goals, which is Greg’s desire for every patient.
Apart from physical therapy, Greg loves the outdoors. He is an avid hiker, and also likes camping, mountain biking, and spending time with his family.
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