EMILY THOMAS, PT, DPT
Emily is a graduate of Gonzaga University where she earned a BS in Human Physiology before heading to the mountains of Denver to attain a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Regis University.
At Gonzaga, she competed as a track and cross-country athlete, earning first team All-Conference athletic and All-American academic honors, and setting school records in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters. She also enjoys coaching, and in her first year of PT school she was a graduate assistant coach for Regis University’s cross-country team. Emily has co-authored 3 research studies in the fields of biomechanics and physiology including a publication regarding foot posture in runners. While Emily is particularly passionate about addressing the unique needs of the endurance athlete population, she enjoys treating a wide array of people. Emily is passionate about empowering her patients to get the most out of their bodies. She seeks to develop quality relationships with her patients based on mutual trust and understanding of the individual needs of each person.
Emily’s treatment philosophy seeks to synthesize the particular goals and personalities of each patient with current best evidence, so that they can get back to optimal function as effectively as possible.
In her free time, Emily can be found running, exploring the great Pacific Northwest, finding the mountains, and enjoying live music.