If you are experiencing a fever or flu-like symptoms (fever, new shortness of breath, dry cough or feel sick) or have had a known exposure to COVID-19, please DO NOT enter our clinic. Instead, contact your PCP for proper instructions. Please call us at (206) 706 7500 and reschedule your session for a later time. For more information visit -> https://realrehab.com/covid19/


You’re the best. Thanks for the great attitude and the best therapy I’ve experienced.

Judy C.

Hands down one of the best Physical Therapy clinics. Over the course of 25yrs, I have ended up in PT numerous times. I went to Real Rehab to treat Tennis Elbow, but Alison looks for the root cause instead of merely treating the symptoms. It turns out my complete lack of shoulder mobility was a contributing factor, if not the main factor, of causing my Tennis Elbow. She worked on treating both my Tennis Elbow and shoulder mobility. I no longer have any Tennis Elbow and my shoulder mobility is steadily improving. She also recommended I work with another PT, Michelle, to correct my form on CrossFit-specific movements that were exacerbating my symptoms in order to prevent future injury and reduce the then-current symptoms. Real Rehab works as a team, listens to what your goals are, they don’t have unrealistic expectations for athletes and will help come up with alternatives with what you can do while injured, and they identify root causes. I haven’t had any issues with billing. Their staff is friendly. My one recommendation is to schedule early. Hey, when they’re that good, word gets out and their schedules fill up. They do have great hours though, especially if you work a typical 9-5, you can usually get in after work.

Amber M.

Thank you Alison and Cari for all your help and encouragement on my recovery for my Patellar Tendon Tear surgery. My surgery required a full exposure of my right knee, cut and reattachment of the tendon through holes drilled in the knee cap. According to my surgeon, Dr. Fuchs at Proliance Surgeons, this is a more difficult surgery to recover from than ACL. I had surgery on October 7th that required immobility of knee for 2 weeks in a locked brace, then gradual progression of increasing range of motion of knee brace over 12 weeks. Alison and Cari did a great job of pushing me just enough to encourage the knee to heal, but not too much to cause harm to the surgery. I am happy to say at 20 weeks I started training 30 minutes a day either swimming, biking or running for an Olympic Triathlon I am going to participate in this summer. The knee is doing great and getting stronger every day! Thanks again Real Rehab!

Matt N.

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9725 3rd Ave NE, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98115

Phone: 206.706.7500
Fax: 206.706.7890

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M-Th: 7:00am – 6:30pm
Friday: 7:00am – 5:30pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


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