Corpore Sano Physical Therapy is the Pacific Northwest’s premier orthopedic and sports physical therapy clinic, with a special concentration on bike fit, physical therapy for injury recovery, and sports performance evaluation and improvement.
Corpore Sano can help you gain a deeper understanding of what it takes for you to always be your best. We believe that true health comes through a healthy mind and body. We provide support and treatment that helps you recover from your injuries and excel in your life.
Our founder Erik Moen, PT, is a nationally known authority on bicycle biomechanics and injury intervention/prevention.
Corpore Sano specializes in treatment and rehabilitation of overuse disorders; bicycle fit for injury treatment, prevention and performance; bicycle and triathlon coaching; 3-dimensional bicycle and running motion analysis; and custom footbeds for cycling and running shoes. Our outpatient ortho sports physical therapy clinic specializes in helping people to participate in sports.
Corpore Sano is from the Roman belief that true health comes through a healthy mind and body. You may be surprised at how much confidence you gain when your body is in perfect balance.
Corpore Sano physical therapy clients come from all walks of life and sport: people pursuing activities such as baseball, skiing, soccer, volleyball, bicycling, golfing, running, swimming and other sports. Regardless of your sport, we can help keep you active and healthy.
Our clients come from all over the state, and even from out of state. Since we are centrally located in Kenmore, at the north end of Lake Washington, our clinic is convenient to many communities and easy to reach.
The areas we primarily service include Seattle, Kenmore, Edmonds, Bothell, Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond, Everett, Tacoma, Olympia, Issaquah, Lake Forest Park, Federal Way, Lynnwood, Woodinville and more. We see clients from Seattle and its suburbs, from Whatcom County and the Olympic Peninsula.
Erik Moen PT – Erik is a national authority on bicycle biomechanics and injury intervention and prevention. His rehabilitation strategies utilize elements of keen biomechanical assessment, restoration of motion, coordination, and strength. Erik’s extensive coaching experience in cycling, soccer, and skiing can help you plan a successful return to your sport. Erik received his Bachelor of Science Biological Research from Pacific Lutheran University, and his Physical Therapy degree from the University of Washington. Erik is a national and international classifier for paracycling. Erik is currently serving as President of PTWA (Physical Therapy Association of Washington). His favorite form of exercise is riding any form of bicycle.
Kari Studley PT – Kari has been racing bikes at the elite level since 2004, at the elite and professional level in mountain bike, cyclocross, and road cycling. She is a UCI Masters World Cyclocross Champion, three-time National Cyclocross Champion, 2009 Single Speed Cyclocross World Champion and 6 time Washington State Cyclocross Champion. When not on the bike, Kari has worked with patients from all diagnosis backgrounds at the University of Washington Medical Center in both the inpatient and neurologic rehabilitation areas. Kari now merges her experience and passion for cycling and human kinetics as a bike fit specialist at Corpore Sano. Kari received her Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Science from Western Washington University, and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University. She also contributes to the Bicycle Paper and is a certified Yoga instructor. In addition to bike riding, Kari also loves to hike and kayak with her Studley husband.
Susie Fagerholm (formerly Roley) PT, DPT – Susie is Corpore Sano’s resident running specialist, working with patients on gait analysis, injury recovery and mechanics of their stride. She enjoys working with runners, helping to solve issues with hips, stability, and gait. Susie has run competitively since 1996 and she currently participates in road races in the Seattle area. She has coached cross-country running and track for several years, and currently coaches cross-country at Inglemoor High School. Susie graduated from Western University of Health Sciences earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy. In her spare time, Susie enjoys running, hiking, cycling, and dancing (she danced with Pacific Northwest Ballet, Turning Point Dance Center, and Scripps College for 20 years!).
Beth Lyndon-Griffith PT, MPT – Beth is a 1997 graduate from the University of Puget Sound Physical Therapy program and undergraduate from Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO. Beth’s orthopedic/sports clinic experience has ranged from out-patient hospital setting to private practice. Beth’s special area of clinical interest is complex issues involving the hip, pelvis and SI joint. Beth works with all levels of athletes and non-athletes by analyzing injuries and related compensation patterns and muscle imbalances as part of the healing process. She empowers her clients to understand their unique musculoskeletal issues and develops exercise programs focused on regaining muscular balance and pain free mobility. Beth has 25 years of bike racing experience and 12 years as a certified USA Cycling coach. Beth’s racing experience has included road (Category 1), mountain (Pro), track (Category 3) and cyclocross (Category 1). Beth has had many racing successes both nationally and internationally. A big one was 1996 Masters Mountain Biking World Championships in Cairns Australia, interestingly enough, while being coached by Corpore Sano/BikePT founder Erik Moen. We are excited to have Beth finally join us at Corpore Sano PT and BikePT!
Scott McClave PT, DPT – Scott’s passion for cycling and helping others overcome injury brought him to physical therapy and Corpore Sano. He earned his BS in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine from California Lutheran University, and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Washington. Scott has raced bicycles since high school, which sparked his interest in studying human movement and performance. He is committed to educating patients and providing them with a personalized physical therapy experience. Outside of the clinic, Scott is usually out playing on his bikes, and he is also an avid snowboarder, rock climber, and just likes being outdoors.
Stephanie Lim, Office Administrator – Stephanie joined Corpore Sano after two years of being a physical therapy aide. Her interest of working in the PT field comes from a background in competitive sports and learning about the biomechanics of the human body. Stephanie aspires to pursue a career in physical therapy or medicine, as she enjoys working with people and learning about what each person as an individual needs in order to achieve their goals in returning to their active daily lives. In her spare time, you can find her backpacking, mountaineering, and rock climbing. She is also involved in soccer, yoga, running, and hopes to continue traveling the world.
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