Susanne Michaud, DPT, OCS
Physical Therapist, Owner

Physical therapist and owner of Stride Physio, Susanne is passionate about anatomy, alignment and beautiful movement…. Read more

Laurie Gribschaw, DPT, ATC
Physical Therapist

Laurie is an orthopedic physical therapist and athletic trainer who has practiced in the Puget Sound region since 2011. She combines the study of biomechanics… Read more

Alexis Eusterbrock, DPT, OCS, COMT
Physical Therapist

Currently on maternity leave, 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… Read more

Coral Lewis, MPT 
Physical Therapist

Coral is a Canadian trained orthopedic physical therapist with a passion for optimizing health and wellbeing. Coral has worked in the health and rehabilitation field for over 10 years starting as a kinesiologist in Victoria, BC.. Read more

Emily Thomas, DPT
Physical Therapist

Emily is passionate about empowering her clients to get the most out of their bodies and movement. Her aim is to develop and nurture quality relationships with her clients based on mutual trust and understanding, in order to best address their individual needs and goals… Read More

Tim Ainslie, MPT
Physical Therapist

Tim is an orthopedic, sports and manual physical therapist who brings over 30 years of wisdom and experience to his practice. Tim is a recent transplant to the northwest, having spent his first 22 years as a physical therapist in his hometown of Ithaca, New York. While in NY… Read More

Cheryl Allison, LMP
Massage Therapist

As a licensed massage practitioner, Cheryl brings insight, intuition and astute problem solving to her hands on work. Cheryl trained at Renton Technical College, and became a licensed… Read More


Katelyn Oppegard
Office & Client Care Coordinator

Katelyn is poet who has found herself working with PTs—and it’s not as surprising as it sounds! After graduating with her MFA from UW in 2018, she continued her work with… Read More

Levi Hare
Client Care Coordinator & Marketing Specialist

Levi is the other smiling face at the front desk who’s there to greet, schedule, chat, and answer all your questions. He is the man behind the marketing scene, using his Communications degree to keep our social network up to date… Read More.

Jennifer Hargitt
Billing & Bookkeeping Specialist

Jennifer Hargitt is our Billing & Bookkeeping Specialist who works with patients and their insurance to provide a great patient experience that continues even after… Read More

Juli Burkamper
Operations, Co-owner

Juli, a co-owner of Stride Physio, is the ‘behind the scenes’ person, attending to the maintenance and beautification of the clinic. This involves fun tasks such as… Read More

Geeia Flores
Physical Therapy Aid

Geeia was previously a pre-Nursing student, but switched to pre-PT when she realized her love for fitness and helping people progress in their… Read More

Therapy Dogs

We are a dog friendly clinic.

If you are not comfortable around dogs or have allergies to dogs, please let us know in advance so that we can treat you in a dog-free room.  If your dog is well trained and well socialized, then you are welcome to bring it to your appointment.


Therapy Dog

Ziggy is a young pup, rescued from Louisiana through the local agency, AARF. He is a pointer/hound mix and thrives on greeting people with his goofy grin… Read More

Therapy Dog

Bodhi is a year old Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever.  As puppy, he is still learning the ropes of being a therapy dog, but he tries his best to be a very good boy and what he lacks in experience he more than makes up for in cuteness… Read More

Therapy Dog

Goose was a craigslist puppy who came home with his mom even though she swore she was “just going to look”. Two years later he has never left her side! Goose is a goofy… Read More


Therapy Dog

In memory of Stride’s first therapy dog:
Picasso is a senior Border collie mix (a.k.a. urban black and white). He loves to roll on carpet and receive daily belly massages. In his younger days, he could run up to 35 miles an hour after… Read More