Experience patient focused, outcome driven physical therapy in our friendly, relaxed environment located in beautiful Spokane, Wa. Our physical therapists utilize special techniques they’ve learned from additional training that you may not receive at other facilities. These include fascial counterstrain, sports physical therapy, functional rehabilitation exercises and muscle energy techniques just to name a few. We’ve designed our practice to allow for the extra treatment time necessary to really listen and formulate a treatment plan tailored just for you.
Locally Owned And Operated
Andrea and Doug Baker established Dynamic Bracing & Physical Therapy in 1996 with the intent of providing the highest quality of physical therapy for patients in Spokane, WA and the surrounding areas. When they began Dynamic Bracing & Physical Therapy, Andrea and Doug wanted to provide the best solution for reduced pain and quicker recovery. They also have a passion for wellness. In April 2018 they started and incorporated Healthy Body Solutions into their practice.
Andrea Baker, PT, ATC, AT/L is extremely honored and humbled to be rated as one of the Top 3 Physical Therapists in Spokane, Wa. Her patients are the world to her and she spends countless hours educating herself on how to make her patients better in less time.
Meet our Staff
Andrea feels the profession of physical therapy requires lifetime learning and supports the entire physical therapy team in regularly attending continuing education courses.
Andrea is a Spokane native and mother of two. She is an active parent who volunteers at Garfield Elementary and North Central High School. She is passionate about healthy living and spends as much time as possible enjoying nature and the outdoors playing sports, gardening, camping, and hiking in the woods. She enjoys cooking with organic foods and educating people about the benefits of essential oils.
She enjoys working with all types of patients, especially helping athletes of all ages return to optimal performance. She uses a combined approach of manual therapy and exercise to help patients return to the activities they love. When she’s not working, Jesse enjoys biking, gardening, and exploring the outdoors.
“I have been an injured athlete, trying to stretch, exercise, and tape myself out of an injury without success. That’s where manual therapy comes into play. I have been practicing fascial counterstrain for over a year now and notice more benefits with this technique than any other. Some things you can’t do yourself, and that’s when coming in for manual therapy can help you.”
Meghan uses Fascial Counterstrain, along with other manual therapies, to help her clients obtain correct structural alignment, decrease pain, and improve mobility. Once achieved, she uses specific exercises, cues, and techniques to help her clients improve body awareness, gain strength and mobility, and ultimately return to activities of recreation, sport, and competition.
Outside of the clinic, Meghan continues to coach and mentor clients in triathlon, running, and nutrition for endurance sport and everyday healthy lifestyle. Her love for the outdoors, her animals, and her health inspire her to spend time showing and training her dogs and llamas, backpacking, running, cycling, and maintaining a yard and garden on 5 acres just outside of Spokane.
Friends! Meghan is starting up another cycle of introductory exercise classes starting Wednesday, January 5th. Each session will begin at 11:45am and last approximately 1 hour. Cost is $10 per session.Please call Darcy to reserve your spot.The advanced class continues on Thursdays, but it is now moved up to 11:45am (instead of 12pm.)Please join us! EVERYONE is welcome, and no prior strength training is necessary.