Children's Intensive Therapy NW - Specialists in Habilitation and Rehabilitation

Patient Success!


No two patients or treatment options are alike, just as no two physical therapists are alike. However, these specialists below all embody several similar traits that make them successful.

Knowledgeable

Our physical therapist requires a commitment to education and training.  In 2016 Our therapist attended over 18 Continuing Education Classes totaling 108 credits. 

Compassionate

Showing compassion when interacting with patients is an important part of being a great physical therapist. Our kiddos may be struggling with their exercises or meeting their next goal, but our encouraging, kind words and therapy expertise will help guide them and push them forward.

Resourceful

As we said earlier, no two patients are alike. Therefore, no two treatment plans can be alike. To be a great physical therapy clinic, we must be able to customize each treatment plan for each patient.

Durable

Sometimes the “physical” part is the defining quality of being a physical therapist at CIT. Our Therapist love being active, healthy and being in good shape and for good reason. Working with your child takes endurance and this helps keep their patients motivated without tiring.

If you’re interested in having successful physical therapists provide services on your child or ones self, please give us a call to schedule a visit!


Jennifer Hargis PT, DPT - Clinic Manager
Physical Therapist - Doctor Of Physical Therapy

Rachel Moreno PT, DPT
Physical Therapist - Doctor Of Physical Therapy

Cassandra Dunsire PT, DPT
Physical Therapist - Doctor Of Physical Therapy

Keri Nelson PT, DPT
Physical Therapist - Doctor Of Physical Therapy

Suzanne Kay PT
Physical Therapist

Danielle Wilson PT, DPT
Physical Therapist -Doctor Of Physical Therapy

Riley Murray PTA
Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant

Cindi Bussey PTA
Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant

Hutton Brault
Pediatric Gym Floor Coordinator