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.
CERTIFIED ATHLETIC TRAINER
CERTIFIED BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION THERAPIST
Becca has been a physical therapist since 2015. She received her bachelor's of behavioral science in athletic training from Hardin Simmons University and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from UT Southwestern School of Health Professions in Dallas, TX. Becca has worked primarily in outpatient orthopedics with a special interest in running/gate analysis and foot and ankle injuries.
In her down time she enjoys anything outdoors but especially backpacking, paddle boarding, and snowboarding.
Kayee graduated from the University of Washington in 2015 and continued to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2019. She is passionate about working with the pediatric population, focusing on early intervention to optimize function and injury prevention. Kayee also has training in pelvic floor rehabilitation and enjoys assisting mothers in their postpartum journey.
Kayee prioritizes spending quality time with her family and friends during her downtime. She also enjoys reading, indoor cycling, running, and traveling.
Alicia Green, DPT graduated from Eastern Oregon University in 2003 with a B.S. in Physical Education with an emphasis in Athletic Training and earned a Doctorate in PT from Northern Arizona University in 2006. Alicia has worked as a physical therapist in birth to three since the beginning of her career in 2006. Alicia has a passion for holistic health and helping the body heal itself. Alicia lives in Spokane Valley with her husband and son. She loves being outdoors whether it is hiking, sitting at the lake, or snowboarding.
MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflex Integration
MNRI®For Brain Oxygen Deprivation
Touch for Health 1 and 2
CranioSacral Therapy 1 (CS1)
Breastfeeding Counselor through International Doula Institute
Kindred Academy Treating Babies
Barrel Institute - Visceral Manipulation 1 (VM1)
Stop Chasing Pain - Tongue Mojo
Taylor is a part owner of Empire Therapy. She specializes in medically fragile infants and head shape disorders such as plagiocephaly. She is passionate about re-educating the nervous system to allow for lifelong changes and improved quality of life. She combines cranial sacral, fascial release and reflex integration to make lasting changes in her patients. She loves to work closely with her patients families to assist them in all aspects of infant care and development.
Taylor became a Lactation Counselor in 2022 and is currently working toward becoming an IBCLC so that she can better assist mothers and infants with feeding concerns.
When she is not working Taylor loves to spend time with her husband and family. She also enjoys learning about holistic health, home improvement projects and spending time outdoors.