Our Team

Christopher Shannon, PT, MPT, DPT, Owner, Physical Therapist

Chris has strong local roots and has been treating patients from the Kent, Renton, Fairwood, Covington and Maple Valley region over the last 15 years.

He graduated with his Exercise Physiology BS degree in 1996 from Eastern Washington University. He then attended the University of Washington and graduated with his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2001. Most recently, Chris graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014 from Evidence in Motion in Kentucky.

Chris is driven by a strong passion to assist patients to achieve a higher function and decrease pain in their daily life. He utilizes an eclectic treatment approach that includes manual therapy techniques and exercise prescription to assist in the patients return to their prior level of activity.

“There is no greater reward than having a satisfied patient that is feeling significant improvement and can perform at their prior level of function again!”

Chris is married and has two boys. The boys keep him busy with soccer most of the year but he is also an avid cyclist and loves the outdoors.

Daisy Fish  PT, DPT, CSCS, MFDc, PES, Physical Therapist

Daisy graduated with a degree in Kinesiology from Loyola Marymount University where she played Division I water polo. During her last three years she was also a member of the British National Water Polo Team and has had the opportunity to experience high level athletics around the world. After retiring from water polo she pursued her career in physical therapy and graduated from Mount St Mary’s college in 2012 with her doctoral degree.

Daisy moved here from Northern California and is excited to be living in the Pacific Northwest. She has spent the past five years working with athletes of all ages and skill levels in the Bay Area and is passionate about returning people to an active lifestyle. Daisy is committed to helping her patients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. She uses a variety of manual techniques and exercises to develop a treatment program specific to each patient.

Although she no longer plays water polo she remains part of the athletic community. She is an avid rock climber, hiker, and adventurer, always looking for new places to explore!

“Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from indomitable will.”

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