Dr. Garrett Johnson

Dr. Garrett Johnson

Physical Therapist/Clinic Director


Garrett Johnson, PT, DPT, CSCS, CAFS, ASTYM, TPI, SFMA, IADN Cert. Specialist

LOCATION: SPT – Everett – Clinic Director

I was born in Seattle, WA, and raised in Woodinville, WA. Following high school I decided to adventure along the West Coast for school. I attended the University of Oregon for my undergraduate studies, followed by Chapman University in sunny Southern California to obtain my doctorate in physical therapy.

My wife and I are proud parents to our son, Brooks, our daughter, Isla, as well as our pup, Bentley. I recognize the significance of maintaining good health to navigate the challenges and joys that come with family life. With a deep understanding of the demands of daily life, as well as how the body functions, I am committed to helping individuals achieve and maintain their optimal physical well-being.

One of my many passions extends beyond the clinic – I absolutely love golfing. In understanding the specific physical demands of golf, I am enthusiastic about assisting fellow golf enthusiasts in playing the game they love without pain or discomfort. I tailor my therapeutic interventions to not only address immediate concerns but also to enhance overall performance and prevent future injuries, allowing golf enthusiasts to fully enjoy their time on the course.

If you’re seeking a physical therapist who not only understands the intricacies of the human body but also values the importance of a healthy, active lifestyle, come on in to SPT! Whether you’re recovering from an injury, managing chronic pain, or striving for peak performance in your favorite activities, I’m here to guide you on your path to optimal well-being.



University of Oregon | Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology

Chapman University | Doctor of Physical Therapy

Professional Memberships:

American Physical Therapy Association

National Strength and Conditioning Association

Specialized Training:

ASTYM certified

TPI certified

Certification in Applied Functional Sciences (CAFS)

Personal Quote:

“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” —Babe Ruth