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Physical Therapists

At Gordon Physical Therapy, all of our Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants are fully licensed and extensively trained. You will always receive therapy from a licensed therapist, and never from a “therapy aide” or “therapy tech”.

Our team includes 5 Physical Therapists (PTs) and 3 Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs). Together, our therapists create a diverse and experienced team with a wide variety of specialties. Check out their bios below:

Luke Gordon, DPT

Luke Gordon, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Owner

Luke was born and raised in Spokane Valley, where he attended West Valley High School. After graduating in 2001, he travelled to Washington State University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Biology/Pre-Physical Therapy. Luke then returned home to Spokane and spent the next 3 years earning his doctorate degree in Physical Therapy at Eastern Washington University. He then joined his father, Robert, at Center for Physical & Sports Therapy, which was renamed Gordon Physical Therapy in 2014. His PT interests include working with clients with low back pain, orthopedic injuries, and balance-related issues. Luke also has special training in helping clients with vertigo (the sensation of spinning or movement), and he favors a “hands on” approach to helping clients with pain relief (vs. trying to exercise through pain).

Luke has been married to his wife, Claire, since 2007. The couple welcomed the arrival of their son, Julian Delphino, in July of 2011 and they added Viola Maxine to the family in September 2014! In their spare time, Luke and Claire enjoy snowboarding, wakeboarding, gardening and spending time at home with their family. Luke is an avid basketball player, and he is very passionate about food and its ability to heal the body. Feel free to contact him if you’re ever in need of any amazing Paleo recipes!

Jami Bean, DPT

Jami Bean, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Jami was born in Tonasket, WA but shortly moved to Wenatchee, where she remained until moving on to college in 1998. In 2003 she earned her bachelor degree in biology from Washington State University. She obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Eastern Washington University in 2006 and began her first job as a physical therapist the same year. During her career, Jami has learned skills in multiple facets of physical therapy in a variety of settings. She has significant training in the Strain-Counterstrain technique and has also completed several courses through NAIOMT.  The variety of settings, techniques, and trainings combine to strengthen her skills as a manual therapist.

Jami married her husband Nick in 2003 and after completing her education, began their family. Jami has two young sons, Rowan and Cooper. Together her family enjoys outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, and snowshoeing. Her true passion however is distance running, and she’s completed several marathons and dozens of half marathons and races.

Collin Andrus, DPT

Collin Andrus, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Collin is originally from Idaho Falls, Idaho. After high school he attended Idaho State University for 1 semester before living in various cities in Colombia for 2 years for a church mission. Following his return from Colombia he transferred to Brigham Young University Idaho where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology. Following Graduation Collin moved to Spokane, WA where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University.

He is married to his wife Madison with whom he enjoys camping, backpacking, mountain biking, skiing and running. His physical therapy interests include various forms of manual therapy (aka hands-on therapy) and aquatic therapy.

Kimberlee Hammond, PT, CLT

Kimberlee Hammond, PT, CLT

Physical Therapist/Certified Lymphedema Therapist

Kimberlee has an extensive history in outpatient physical therapy, helping clients with a wide range of orthopedic issues (such as back pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, neck pain/headaches, etc.). She’s also a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT), which allows her to serve clients with chronic swelling and lymphedema.

Tara Greene, DPT

Tara Greene, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Tara joined the Gordon Physical Therapy team in April of 2013. She earned both her B.S. in Biology and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University. Her professional experience includes general outpatient orthopedics and geriatric rehabilitation. She enjoys all aspects of physical therapy and is committed to continually building her knowledge and skills. Her goal as a physical therapist is to help her patients have a successful rehabilitation and to improve their quality of life.

Tara met her husband in graduate school and they have been blessed with two children. Tara enjoys spending time with her family and documenting their family adventures through photography. She has a passion for yoga and remains active with inline skating, hiking, and paddle boarding.

Leandro Bastos, DPT

Leandro Bastos, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Leandro is our “international physical therapist”, as he was born and raised in the “marvelous city” of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He also got to experience many cultures in America, as he got to live in New York City, Northern Virginia, and Southern California. Leandro attended California State University Long Beach for his undergraduate education, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology (Exercise Science). Prior to attending Cal State for PT school, he became a personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine, so it only made sense for him to keep climbing the “health and fitness ladder” and pursue becoming a Physical Therapist. He was accepted into the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences in San Marcos, California for PT school.

Leandro’s favorite leisure activities include playing soccer, snowboarding, surfing, skateboarding, yoga, and exercising. His favorite artistic activities are playing guitar, practicing martial arts, dancing and pretending he’s good at percussion instruments! In the Physical Therapy realm, he thoroughly enjoys sports medicine and general outpatient orthopedics.

Shawna Sutherland, MPT

Shawna Sutherland, MPT

Physical Therapist

Bio coming soon!

Joseph Quinn, PTA

Joseph Quinn, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Joe was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he had a world of experiences. His extensive background in injuries would eventually lead him into physical therapy. At the young age of 7 he slipped off the swings of the next door neighbor swing-set which sent him flying to his first major “cast” with two broken wrists. Over the next few years he followed that up with many fractures & stitches throughout his ankles, legs and arms. During highschool years he plummeted more than 50ft from a cliff  while rock climbing, to break another arm, fracture some ribs and chip a bone off his foot “what an adventure”. That’s not all folks, he then started driving. Joseph was the target of many accidents. To name a few; he was hit head on by a drunk driver in July 1999, and again hit head on in January 2000. T-Boned by a motorcycle in 2005 and slammed into by a Semi in 2007 (for other info on accidents, just ask). He has spent many hours in PT and chiropractic clinics throughout those years.

Joe moved from Las Vegas, NV to Buffalo, NY in 2010 where he worked as a Patient Care Assistant for a local hospital there. He worked full time, and went to school part time for 5 years while supporting his Wife and 4 children. He graduated from Villa Maria College as a Physical Therapist Assistant in May 2016 and then moved to Pullman, WA to begin his PTA career in a Skilled Nursing facility. Joseph hired on with Gordon PT in March 2017, and is excited to learn many different techniques in the PT world, which best help him to help his patients recover from their experiences. When he’s not being injured, he enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking and playing games with his wife and four children!

Danielle Larson, PTA, CLT

Danielle Larson, PTA, CLT

Physical Therapist Assistant/Certified Lymphedema Therapist

Physical therapy is a second career for Danielle, and she has greatly enjoyed the change to a job where she is able to help others on their path to wellness. She went back to school after 17 years, earning a spot in the PTA program at Spokane Falls C.C., and graduated in 2020 with honors. She specializes as a lymphedema therapist, in addition to orthopedic issues, and she earned her CLT designation in August of 2021. She particularly enjoys working with clients who need manual therapy, as she believes in a “hands-on” approach.
Danielle enjoys spending time with her two young daughters and extended family in the area, hiking with her dog, loves to grill and is an avid cook.

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