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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 9 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 biographies 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!

Shannon McReynolds, DPT

Shannon McReynolds, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Shannon received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center after obtaining her Bachelor’s in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy from Grand Canyon University (GCU).
After getting her degree, she decided to specialize in women’s health and pelvic floor PT since there was such a growing need to help and educate her patients in managing incontinence, pelvic floor pain, pelvic organ prolapse, as well as pregnancy related issues. 
She loves to have fun while doing Pilates, hiking, painting, and spending time at the lake with her family.
Becca Gadbery, PT, DPT, ATC

Becca Gadbery, PT, DPT, ATC

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Becca was born in Great Falls, Montana, but raised in Rockwall, Texas. She attended Hardin-Simmons University, where she played soccer and received her bachelor’s degrees in Athletic Training in 2011. She went on to receive her doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from UT Southwestern in 2014. Her PT interests include working with clients with post-concussion syndrome and orthopedic injuries. 

Becca married her high school sweetheart, Jake, in 2015. Becca and Jake decided to move to Spokane in 2018 to follow their dream of living near the mountains. Becca enjoys all outdoor activities, but especially rock climbing, hiking, paddleboarding, cross country skiing, and snowboarding. She also enjoys yoga, cooking, movies, and reading in her free time. 

Sharon Hall, DPT, NCS

Sharon Hall, DPT, NCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Sharon was born and raised on a dairy farm in Cheney, WA, where she still resides to this day. She’s fond of telling people that she “bought the farm”. She received her Master’s degree at Anders University in Michigan in 1992 and later received her Doctorate degree at Boston University. She specializes in helping people with neurological conditions and earned her NCS certification (Neurological Clinical Specialist) in 2005. This includes helping people with spinal cord injuries, people with Parkinson’s Disease and people who’ve suffered from strokes. She also utilizes her skills in our aquatic therapy program.

Sharon’s hobbies include cycling, camping, kayaking, fly fishing, hiking and gardening. She enjoys anything outdoors, especially if it involves fishing!

Stacey Adams, MPT

Stacey Adams, MPT

Physical Therapist

Stacey Adams, MPT graduated from the University of Arizona in 1999 with a B.S. in Physiological Sciences and earned a Masters in P.T. from Samuel Merritt University in 2004.  Stacey had the opportunity to work as an Athletic Trainer for the University of Arizona football and baseball teams, as well as the Anchorage Aces Professional hockey team, prior to her career in Physical Therapy.  She gained some great experience treating sports injuries and athletes leading up to her career in Physical Therapy. Stacey has specialized in outpatient orthopedics and vestibular therapy,  with extensive experience treating patients with all orthopedic injuries, dizziness and balance disorders, and concussions.  Stacey lives in Spokane with her husband and two children. She loves sports, especially watching her kids play youth sports. She has coached baseball, softball and basketball for her children and the community. In her spare time she is active in her church and service activities and enjoys spending time outdoors with her family hiking, biking, skiing, or just going to the park. She also enjoys traveling, reading, and photography. 

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.

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!

Hannah Emerson, PTA

Hannah Emerson, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Picture and bio coming soon!
Corinna Rozelle, PTA

Corinna Rozelle Headshot (physical Therapist Assistant)

Corinna Rozelle, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant, Certified Pilates Mat Instructor and BIRTHFIT Leader

Corinna was born in Spokane, WA and grew up outside of Newport, WA. She attended Spokane Falls Community College and graduated as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2001. She has been working in outpatient orthopedics since. Her passion is women’s health, preconception, pregnancy and postpartum care for women and their families.

She has recently completed the first series of Visceral Manipulation classes and is one of only a few therapists in this region that performs this type of manual therapy.

Visceral Manipulation (VM) is gentle manual therapy that assesses the structural relationships between the viscera (organs), and their fascial or ligamentous attachments to the various systems in the body. VM assists functional and structural imbalances throughout the body including musculoskeletal, vascular, nervous, urogenital, respiratory, digestive, eliminatory, neuroendocrine and lymphatic dysfunction.

Corinna taught Pilates Mat classes for 10 years and enjoys staying active. Some of her joys in life are connecting with people through Garden Club, working on her small farm, Yoga & Hot Yoga, skiing, paddle boarding, and walks with her husband and dog.

Stacey Kent, PTA

Stacey Kent Physical Therapist Assistant

Stacey Kent, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Stacey Kent has been a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) since 2017. She is a graduate of the Spokane Falls Community College Physical Therapist Assistant program where she was invited back as an adjunct professor in the program. Stacey continued her education and received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a double minor in Communication and Psychology from Western Washington University. Stacey has experience working in many different settings including Inpatient Rehabilitation (with a focus on Spinal Cord Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury, pediatrics, and Stroke diagnoses), Outpatient therapy, as well as Acute Care. She also enjoys helping clients with Parkinson’s Disease. In her spare time Stacey enjoys playing volleyball, enjoying the outdoors, and spending quality time with friends and family.

Shawna Sutherland, MPT

Shawna Sutherland, MPT

Physical Therapist

Shawna grew up in Montana and attended the University of Montana, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology.  She and her husband then moved to Pittsburgh, PA where she attended graduate school at Chatham University and received her Masters of Physical Therapy in 2001.  After living and working for several years in Pittsburgh, she and her husband moved back to the Northwest in 2015 to raise their two small children. 

Shawna has spent her career working in both outpatient orthopedic and hospital settings and has extensive clinical experience treating a wide variety of general and surgical orthopedic, family medicine, oncology, and neurologic patient populations.  Her favorite part of being a physical therapist is helping patients achieve their functional goals for improved quality of life.  When not at work she enjoys spending time with her family and keeping up with her kids!

Kelli Trom, DPT

Kelli Trom, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Kelli Trom grew up in western Washington in a small town called Buckley. She earned a Bachelor of Science from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA and then her DPT from South College in Knoxville, TN. She blends manual therapy, exercises-based strengthening, and movement science. She is passionate about helping the geriatric population and dedicated to improving the quality of life for all of her patients. 
She is also a Captain in the United States Army Reserves. She married her husband Gavin in 2020 and together they have to two young boys with one more boy on the way. She loves exercising, playing video games, and taking naps because her boys are hard to keep up with!

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