A message from the owners
We first want to thank you for considering Edge Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation for your healthcare needs. We know you have choices in finding the perfect medical provider and therefore encourage you to do your research to find the right fit. We feel confident that if you take the time to learn about us, you will be nothing less than impressed by the exceptional care you receive at Edge Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation.
Edge Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation is 100% therapist owned, by us, two locally residing female business owners and physical therapists. We not only live in this community, but feel honored to be able to work here and serve our own community for its diverse therapy needs. We are passionate about what we do and we feel you will instantly feel this when you meet us and receive care in our clinic.
We incorporate a comprehensive, individualized approach to our care. We do not use the word “care” lightly, as it truly identifies how we feel about your experience with us at Edge Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation. We care about helping you to meet your goals and making sure that your needs are not only met but you leave us in an even healthier state than ever before.
Let us help you find your EDGE,
Anne and Silpa
We prioritize the patient experience and dedicate your appointment to you: meaning your appointment will be one on one with the therapist, never double booked, and every follow up is 40 minutes.
We are here to serve you and we will strive every day to ensure you are happy on your journey to full recovery. Contact Us if you’d like to share your positive experience or if you have suggestions of ways we could have made your experience better.
What is a DPT? It is a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT), the highest level of education in our profession. Both of Edge’s owners possess this degree as well as most of the treating staff. Additionally, both owners have their board certifications in orthopedics and have extensive clinical and business administrative experience in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy and medical wellness. All of our therapists have completed a significant number of continuing education courses and stay active within the profession. Edge strives to stay current with cutting edge treatment techniques as this is a crucial part of the company philosophy.
Meet Our Team
Merrilee Good, DPT, OCS
Merrilee Good received her undergraduate degree from California State University Sacramento in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy in 2002 and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami in Florida in 2006. Merrilee has been board certified in Orthopedics through the American Physical Therapy Association since 2011 as well as an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2003. In 2017, she became certified as a Vestibular specialist. In addition to her formal education, Merrilee has received training in Strain Counterstrain, Mulligan, Maitland, and the Graston Technique. She has special interest in orthopedic injuries and is experienced in treating a wide variety of orthopedic injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation.
Merrilee has had the opportunity to work in several parts of the United States including Florida, California, Northern Virginia, Arizona, and now Washington State. Merrilee enjoys working closely with her patients to reach their goals and takes pride in providing her patients with excellent care and customer service.
In her free time she is usually spending time with her husband and two daughters, or working out at the gym. When Merrilee isn’t juggling family responsibilities you can find her reading, hiking, and getting to know her new home in the Pacific Northwest.
Linsey is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. She has experience working with a variety of different age groups and treating a broad range of orthopedic injuries. Linsey is excited to promote her patients’ overall well-being by optimizing physical function based on each patient’s desired goals. She particularly enjoys working with high level athletes in helping them to progress and return to sport with optimal performance. She has a special interest in the assessment of runners to achieve remedy of biomechanical and overuse syndromes.
She also feels very strongly about improving care for pregnant and postpartum women, and loves to assist clients in resolving the discomforts and pain related to child bearing. She is skilled in helping remedy urinary incontinence and pelvic pain syndromes.
In her spare time Linsey enjoys running, Crossfit, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son.