Dr. RJ Salasky

Dr. RJ Salasky

Physical Therapist

Biography:

Dr. RJ Salasky, DPT, CSCS, CAFS, 3DMAPS, ASTYM cert.

LOCATION: SPT-Bellevue

Much like half the people that I have meet out here in Seattle, I myself am not from here. I am originally from Indiana in the heart of the Midwest. My response every time to the question of “what brought out here?” is that “this is NOT the Midwest.” I love the active lifestyle that Seattle and the Pacific NW has to offer. On the weekends you will most likely never find me at home. I will either be hiking, biking, skiing, golfing, camping, or playing soccer. I played soccer all the way through college and is my first sport love, so going to Sounders games is a regular occurrence for me. I love training and participating in Spartan/Tough Mudder races, and have an aspiration to compete in an Iron Man one day. One of my favorite activities is riding my bike all around Seattle and trying different breweries and food trucks. On my lazy days you may find me watching The Office (for the 10th time through), Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, or whatever the big sport game is on TV. I am die hard University of Michigan football, University of Dayton Flyers basketball, Chicago Bears, and US Men’s National Soccer team fan.

Education

  • DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY | INDIANA UNIVERSITY, Indianapolis, IN
  • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE | UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON, Daton, OH

Professional Membership

  • APTA
  • NSCA – National Strength and Condtioning Association
  • Gray Institute

Specialized Training

  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
  • Mckenzie Method Trained
  • MyoKinesthetic System Trained
  • Sports Injury Rehabilition
  • ASTYM Certified – Manual Theraputic tools specialized for stimulating tisue healing
  • Muligan Mobilization Technique
  • Kinesio Taping Technique
  • Manual Therapy
  • Active Release Technique
  • Soccer Injury Specialist
  • Certified in Applied Functional Science – Gray Institute
  • Pose Method Certified Running Coach

Personal Quote:

“There is only one way to succeed at anything, and that is to give everything.” -RJ

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