Jenna Krum, DPT

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Physical Therapist

MNRI® NeuroTactile Integration 

MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration


Other formal trainings:

Nutrition for Pain and Inflammation


Jenna received her bachelors degree from Montana State University and is a 2019 graduate of the Eastern Washington University Physical Therapy program. She moved from Montana in 2016 and has fallen in love with the Spokane area. 


When not working, enjoys playing softball, going hiking, kayaking, and camping with her Husband and dog. She is excited to become a small part of helping her kiddos grow into the amazing people they are meant to be.

Brooke Lindsley, DPT

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Physical Therapist

MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration 


Other formal trainings:

Vestibular Rehabilitation 

Pain Neuroscience Education

Nutrition for Pain and Inflammation


Brooke earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington. She has experience treating orthopedic and neurological conditions across the lifespan, with special interests in vestibular, concussion, and balance rehabilitation. With a former career in adult education, Brooke strongly believes in helping her patients gain a clear understanding of their condition and the necessary strategies to take control of their healing. 


Outside of work, Brooke likes to be...outside!

Stacey Adams, MPT

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Physical Therapist

MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration 


Stacey Adams, MPT graduated from the University of Arizona in 1999 with a B.S. in Physiological Sciences and earned a Masters in PT from Samuel Merritt University in 2003. Stacey had the opportunity to work as an Athletic Trainer for the University of Arizona football and baseball teams, as well as the Anchorage Aces Professional hockey team, prior to her career in Physical Therapy. She gained some great experience treating sports injuries and athletes leading up to her career in Physical Therapy. For the past 15 years, she has specialized in outpatient orthopedics and vestibular therapy, with extensive experience treating patients with an array of orthopedic injuries, to include dizziness and balance disorders, as well as concussions. 


Stacey lives in Spokane with her husband and two children. She loves sports, especially watching her kids play youth sports. She has coached baseball, softball and basketball for her children and the community. In her spare time she is active in her church and service activities and enjoys spending time outdoors with her family hiking, biking, skiing, or just going to the park. She also enjoys traveling, reading, and photography.

Kelsey Barks, DPT

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Physical Therapist

MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration 


Kelsey Barks, DPT graduated from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri in May of 2015. She enjoys working with each patient to become more active and mobile, and return patients to the activities they love. She uses a personalized, hands-on, and evidence-based approach to therapy, and also hope to educate the patient on learning the root cause of their condition in order to independently manage and prevent their symptoms in the long term.  Kelsey received her certification as a Therapeutic Pain Specialist in 2018 with advanced treatment of chronic pain and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) conditions. “I love learning and plan to continue to advance my manual therapy and orthopedic skills by receiving my Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) from the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (IAOM) this year.” 


When not working, Kelsey enjoys spending time with her family and friends, snuggling her pup, as well as hiking, skiing, and trying new tasty foods!

Sonja Barrerra, PT

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Physical Therapist

Wheelchair assessment clinic specialist.

Taylor Bergman, PTA

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Physical Therapy Assistant

MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration x2

MNRI® Archetype Movement Integration 

MNRI® Proprioceptive & Cognitive Integration

MNRI® NeuroTactile Integration 

MNRI® Neuro-Structural Reflex Integration


Other formal trainings:

Nutrition for Pain and Inflammation

Taylor received her degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Spokane Falls Community College. She enjoys working with patients of all ages but has always had a passion for working with kids. She has two younger siblings who were adopted from the foster system and knows the importance of therapy to aid in attachment and development. When not working she enjoys spending time with her family, reading and being outdoors.

Beryl Blake, PTA

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Physical Therapy Assistant

MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration 

MNRI® NeuroTactile Integration 


Beryl received her degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Olympic College in Poulsbo, Washington. She grew up on the Olympic Peninsula and moved to Spokane in 2016. Aside from pediatrics she has experience working with the elderly in a skilled nursing facility. When not working she enjoys dabbling in aerial acrobatics and yoga, spending time with her husband, daughter and dog, gardening, and baking.

Hannah Johnson, PTA

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Physical Therapy Assistant

MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration 


Other formal trainings:

Lymphatic