Craig Stephens, PT
Craig was born and raised in Spokane and was fortunate enough to attend Eastern Washington University for Physical Therapy, graduating in 1994. This has kept Craig close to his family and friends. Craig opened Spokane Sports and Physical Therapy in January of 2001 and has continued to manage and practice this location since that time.
Craig has taken many advanced courses in evaluation and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. He has an extensive background in treating injuries and repetitive problems resulting from work-related injuries. Craig specializes in post surgical shoulder rehabilitation and chronic shoulder problems.
Craig has been an active youth coach for many years involving multiple sports. His background with athletics and coaching gives him a unique understanding treating and rehabilitating the injured athlete.
Craig has also worked with patients and attorneys regarding motor vehicle injuries for many years and has gained extensive knowledge regarding these problems.
Michael Stobie PT, DPT
Michael was born in Spokane and grew up most of his life in Yakima. While playing baseball and football, Michael battled through many injuries and spent some time going to physical therapy himself. It was during this time he began his interest in physical therapy. Michael got his B.S. in Exercise Science at Gonzaga University in 2009. Afterwards, he moved to Denver with his wife to continue his education and received a doctorate in physical therapy at Regis University in 2012. After graduation in 2012, Michael joined Spokane Sports and Physical Therapy.
Michael has done extensive research in regards to low back pain and has been published as an author in scholarly journals. His and his colleague’s research is currently being used as part of a treatment based classification scheme by therapists throughout the country. Michael has also presented his research at national conferences and continues expanding his knowledge by reading the latest literature, going to conferences, and attending continuing education courses.
While at Gonzaga Michael met his wife, Stephanie, and they got married in 2009 before they moved to Denver. They are both happy to be back in the northwest close to friends and family and love the outdoors.
Amy Forrey, PTA
Amy grew up in Western Washington, and yes she loves the rain! She attended Central Washington University where she earned a degree in Biology and participated on the track and cross country teams. (Go Wildcats). Choosing the path of a Physical Therapist Assistant, she completed her education in Bellingham, Washington at Whatcom Community College. Amy joined Spokane Sports and Physical Therapy in April 2006. She continues to run as part of her healthy lifestyle and plans to add marathons and triathlons to her resume.
Teryn was born and raised in Mississippi. She attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College for two years and moved to Spokane in June of 2007 where she attended Eastern Washington University to pursue her degree in Exercise Science. Teryn has worked for Spokane Sports and Physical Therapy since 2008. She enjoys talking with patients and helping them with any problems/issues they may have.
Teryn has been married for 4 years to Ben, who she met while he was doing hurricane Katrina relief work. They now have a 1 year old daughter, Daisy, who keeps them on their toes. Teryn enjoys making trips home to Mississippi every few months and spending time with her family and friends.