Izette Swan is the owner of Real Rehab Sports and Physical Therapy. She enjoys challenging herself both in and outside of the clinic. Over the years she has developed an eclectic approach to the evaluation and treatment of more often than not complex musculoskeletal issues with a strong bent toward utilizing functional manual therapy as developed by the Institute of Physical Art (IPA). While she enjoys working with all patients, she has a special appreciation and skill working with patients who have chronic low back, hip and pelvic (including pelvic floor) issues.

Izette performs all of Real Rehab’s high level/performance bike fits utilizing knowledge attained through Level 2 CyclePoint Certification, Medicine of Cycling Conferences, and other educational and reading opportunities over the past 15 years. She is a retired cat 2 road racer who has turned toward endurance mountain biking. She has completed most of the areas organized bike rides and was at one time a USAC certified coach.

Izette spent two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana, Africa, has traveled through Africa, Europe, Central America, New Zealand and South America. She is an avid outdoor enthusiast who likes to hike, bike, ski and run. Every now and then she signs up for a mountain bike event to keep her honest.

She is a 1997 graduate of the University of Washington Physical Therapy Program and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certification in Executive Business Management in 2015. In addition to IPA coursework, Izette has taken classes through NAIOMT, Great Lakes Seminars, Kathe Wallace and many others.

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Clinic Director

Bethanie works with clients of all ages and emphasizes function in the evaluation and treatment of both athlete and non-athlete clientele attempting to provide education and interventions to promote an optimal return to an active lifestyle and to prevent re-injury. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and has completed the Gary Gray Applied Functional Science Certification, Functional Movement Screen Level 2 Certification and Certification in Advanced Functional Biomechanics of the Lower Quarter. When not treating patients, Bethanie serves as the Clinic Director for Real Rehab.

She believes strongly in providing ongoing education during the recovery process in order to encourage injury prevention through self-knowledge and management strategies. She is also interested in the role of nutrition in injury prevention and recovery and designed a class on nutrition for the active adult, which she taught as a continuing education course for physical therapists and athletic trainers. She is a Level I Metabolic Efficiency Testing Specialist and currently oversees our Metabolic Efficiency Testing Program.

Bethanie is a Puget Sound native, having grown up on the Kitsap Peninsula and later attending the University of Puget Sound where she received a BA in Psychology in 1997. She received a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Southern California in 2001. Since that time she has completed a variety of continuing education courses to advance her skills in manual therapy and functional analysis. She has a special interest in sport-specific training and ACL-injury reduction and rehab and is a lead member of the Seattle Pediatric Sports Medicine ACL Injury Prevention Task Force. She designed and provided many injury reduction and functional strengthening/mobility talks to various community groups including the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society Team in Training group, Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club and the Pro Club Triathlon Team.  She designed and currently runs an 8-week functional core strengthening class at Real Rehab.

Outside the clinic, Bethanie spends much of her free time running, cycling, hiking and paddleboarding. Sports have been an integral part of her life and she has competed in a variety of activities including soccer, lacrosse, rowing, triathlon, running, basketball and urban challenge races. She is also an avid cook and enjoys creating new recipes.

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Physical Therapist

Michelle believes in empowering her patients with the tools they need for healing and performance. She focuses on identifying the biomechanical causes of her patients’ injuries and uses a multifaceted approach to create a well-balanced treatment program. Understanding that each patient has different needs for recovery, Michelle tailors her treatment to the individual. With a strong background in competitive sports, she is familiar with helping her patients meet goals around their timeline for returning to sport, improving their biomechanics and increasing their sports performance.

Michelle was a competitive Division III college basketball and volleyball player. During college, Michelle began playing rugby and played for 14 years on local club teams as well as on regional all-star teams. She has been an active member of CrossFit since 2010. Since leaving rugby Michelle has turned her competitive interests to Mountain Biking and started participating in Enduro races in 2018. Her other interests include trail running, snowboarding, hiking, and Gaelic football.

Michelle has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, University of Washington, Seattle, WA and her BA in Biology, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA. She has pursued significant continuing education courses covering multiple manual therapy approaches including NAIOMT, IPA and Mulligan. She has also pursued numerous courses on biomechanics with a focus on gait, running and upper extremity sports as well as coaching certifications for CrossFit and Olympic Weightlifting.

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Physical Therapist

Sam a Michigan native who recently moved to Seattle with his wife and son. As a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Sam integrates his experience as a strength and conditioning coach into practice to provide a holistic approach for all orthopedic and sports populations. He utilizes a biomechanical approach for individualized treatment and strives to empower his patients through education and movement.

Sam received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Michigan in August of 2018. Prior to PT school he worked as a strength and conditioning coach and had the privilege of training athletes from a variety of sports and skill levels, ranging from elementary school through the professional ranks. Working with athletes recovering from injury, he quickly recognized the gap between discharge from rehabilitation to a full return to peak physical performance. During this time, he developed a passion for Injury Prevention and Return to Sport rehabilitation, which led him to pursue a career in physical therapy.

Outside of the clinic, Sam enjoys spending time with his family exploring the Seattle food, brewery, and coffee scenes. He is also an avid golfer, hiker, and soccer enthusiast.

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Danielle Beels, DPT, OCS

Physical Therapist

Danielle believes in a comprehensive approach to physical therapy, tailoring treatments to the individual and addressing their goals in a way that puts patients in control of their progress. She enjoys the variety that outpatient orthopedics and sports physical therapy provides, as well as helping people get back to their best. She has been Board Certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), as well as completing continuing education courses for Olympic weightlifting, treating the Crossfit Athlete, running injuries, and treatment of the overhead athlete (volleyball, pitching, etc).

Danielle is originally from a small town in Michigan, graduating from Grand Valley State University with an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences in 2010 and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013. Growing up, traditional and nontraditional sports were a large part of her youth, including competing in collegiate level water skiing, basketball, and volleyball. Currently, she enjoys weight lifting, mountain biking, and hiking with her dog and partner.

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Physical Therapist

Juli is fascinated by the human body’s potential to strengthen and improve when placed under optimal stress conditions. She finds great joy in helping individuals target their weaknesses to heal from and prevent injuries and develop into stronger, more efficient athletes.

After graduating with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at University of Colorado Denver in 2013, Juli initiated her career in pediatrics, treating a spectrum of diagnoses from neurodevelopmental to adolescent sports medicine. She has focused on strategically enhancing her clinical skills with athletes by completing multiple continuing education courses on manual techniques, runners, and upper extremity sports. Juli is finishing a Sports Certification program through Evidence in Motion. She loves to unite her personal passion for sport and growth with her treatment.

After completing her schooling in LA and Denver then initiating her career in Chicago, Juli is excited to return to the Seattle area to enjoy the beauty of the Pacific Northwest through hiking, cycling, and trail running. Juli is a marathoner, triathlete, rock-climber, and yogi who loves to treat other individuals with interests in these sports.

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Physical Therapist

Originally from Seattle, Tony received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University in NYC, but after a stint on the East coast, has returned to the PNW. Tony is passionate about treating the whole body as a system, and helping his clients get back to their lives quickly and performing better. Tony strives to impart a sense of empowerment in his clients about their ownership of the rehab experience and works to create exercises that not only fit their schedule, but have a tangible connection to the activities or sports they are working toward. Tony also believes in the power of manual therapy to help address dysfunction and has experience with IASTM techniques.

Tony brings an extensive athletic background to his care, competing in Elite-level bicycle racing throughout the USA on the road as well as cyclocross. Tony has spent countless hours working with bike-fitting specialists and has a special interest in fitting cyclists to their bikes to maximize performance and enjoyment. Tony is also currently pursuing his USA Cycling coaching certification. Tony is passionate about working with injured endurance athletes and working to get them back to the sports they love, but enjoys working with people regardless of why they seek physical therapy.

When Tony is not on his bike, he enjoys time with his girlfriend and their dog in their new home, taking walks or hikes, or spending time in the kitchen.

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Physical Therapist

Kerry focuses on each patient as a unique individual, working with him or her to understand the source of the pain or dysfunction, and using that knowledge to effectively treat the individual. Kerry’s ultimate goal is that her patients complete physical therapy with the knowledge necessary to prevent any future re-injury, and reach his or her potential to not only return to prior endeavors but exceed that potential.

Kerry moved to Seattle in 2003, where she has worked in the outpatient, orthopedic setting. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and has completed the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy requirements and testing, giving her the title of Certified Manual Physical Therapist. Along with these specialty certifications, Kerry has taken a number of manual therapy courses through the Institute of Physical Art, as well as courses focusing on the biomechanics of running, cycling, and other sports.

Kerry Mauri is a graduate of Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science in 1999, and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2001. While in college, Kerry was a Division I Rower, receiving an athletic scholarship to compete on the Crew Team. As a member of the team, she was voted the team’s Most Valuable Player and was named First Team All-Region. While rowing at the collegiate level, Kerry was invited to attend pre-elite camp as a lightweight rower for the US Rowing National Team. After moving to Seattle, Kerry hung up her oar, and has enjoyed maintaining her competitive spirit through racing triathlons and rock climbing. She is currently enjoying the juggle between work, play, her husband and two sons

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Physical Therapist

Whitney grew up in Iowa and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and Health from Iowa State University in 2015. From there, she went on to receive her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, KS in 2018.

Whitney enjoys working in a career that empowers people to be active participants in their own health. Her treatment philosophy involves creating an individualized treatment program through actively listening to each patient’s goals in order to optimize health and function. Whitney has pursued additional certification in Vestibular Rehab and Concussion management through the American Institute of Balance. She also has a special interest in manual therapy, and has sought out continuing education to expand her skill set in functional extremity mobilization.

Outside of the clinic, Whitney loves to travel, and has visited 32 states and 6 countries. She also enjoys playing volleyball, going on walks with her husband and son, and trying out new local restaurants.

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Physical Therapist

Sam, an Ohio native, recently moved to Seattle to join her fiancé. She is passionate about getting you back to your preferred mode of activity. She believes in using a whole-person approach when treating patients and letting you guide the rehabilitation process with what is most salient to you. With a storied history in competitive athletics, Sam understands injuries can be complicated and knows the frustration that comes with being sidelined.

She was a Division 1 NCAA track and cross-country runner in college, and post-collegiately still enjoys competitive road racing. After graduating from Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Science in 2018, she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Ohio University in 2021.

Sam has a special interest in working with the running population, and has experience with these clients through her employment at the Ohio University Gait Lab. Here she learned about biomechanical assessment of running gait and practiced clinical evaluation and treatment of recreational and elite runners.

During her free time, you will find her running, exploring new coffee shops and restaurants, and being outside in nature!


Physical Therapist

Payal is a New Jersey native who has practiced in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania before recently moving to Seattle. She graduated from Northeastern University in 2015 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

Payal is passionate about an individualized approach for physical therapy and empowering people to be active participants in their recovery. With her diverse skill set, including manual therapy techniques, Payal enjoys treating a variety of diagnoses, especially sports injuries. She has experience with outpatient pediatric and neurological conditions, though her primary focus has been orthopedics for the past 6 years. Payal’s treatment philosophy focuses on a targeted plan for each patient and emphasis on education in order to help individuals return to their desired lifestyle.

New to the PNW, Payal is excited to explore all the hiking trails and food Seattle has to offer. Payal also has a passion for traveling, having visited a dozen countries so far. She’s a sucker for dogs so feel free to show her pictures of yours!