Alexis (Lexi) Eusterbrock, DPT, OCS, COMT – Physical Therapist
Lexi is a board-certified orthopedic specialist, specializing in pelvic rehabilitation and manual therapy. She is a Washington native and has been practicing in the Seattle area for over a decade. She is passionate about combining her knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics, and functional movement to thoroughly assess symptoms and guide treatment. An avid learner, Lexi has worked in academic research and has refined her clinical skills by completing numerous hours of continuing education. She works closely with her patients to address their unique symptoms and goals by providing a combination of specific, individualized exercises and hands-on interventions. Seven years ago, she expanded her clinical practice and training to serve patients dealing with pelvic floor dysfunction. This includes treatment for urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, prolapse, constipation, pelvic pain, painful intercourse, vaginismus, postpartum care, and pregnancy related back, hip, or pelvic pain. Her clinical interests also include sacroiliac joint dysfunction, shoulder pain and dysfunction, running related injuries, and treatment for all spine conditions.
- Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Washington 2007
- Honors Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science, Oregon State University 2003
- DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy
- OCS – Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (ABPTS, 2012)
- Academic Proficiency Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute (2010-2016)
- Pelvic Floor Levels 1, 2A, and 2B; Pregnancy and Postpartum
- COMT – Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist, Ola Grimsby Institute (2009)
- APTA Certified Clinical Instructor (2009)
- American Physical Therapy Association (2004-present)
- Physical Therapy Association of Washington (2004-present)
- American Physical Therapy Association Orthopedic Section (2008-present)
- Kelly VE, Eusterbrock AJ, Shumway-Cook A. Factors influencing dynamic prioritization during dual-task walking in healthy young adults. Gait Posture. 2013; 37(1): 131-134.
- Kelly VE, Eusterbrock AJ, Shumway-Cook A. The effects of instructions on dual-task walking and cognitive task performance in people with Parkinson’s disease. Parkinsons Disease. 2012: 671261.
- Kelly VE, Eusterbrock AJ, Shumway-Cook A. A review of dual-task walking deficits in people with Parkinson’s disease: motor and cognitive contributions, mechanisms, and clinical implications. Parkinsons Disease. 2012: 918719.
- Kelly VE, Janke AA, Shumway-Cook A. Effects of instructed focus and task difficulty on concurrent walking and cognitive task performance in healthy young adults. Experimental Brain Research. 2010; 207(1-2): 65-73.
Lexi enjoys spending time with her family and friends, especially her new daughter. She loves exploring the outdoors through hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, and distance running.