Movement Systems Physical Therapy (MSPT) is a physical therapist owned practice with a mission to provide high quality physical therapy to persons with conditions that affect movement, function, health, and wellness. MSPT was founded by Carrie Hall, PT, MHS in 1995.
News and Events
Movement System's Seattle Clinic is MOVING!!!
After 20 years in the Eastlake corridor, Movement Systems has found a new home in South Lake Union. Spurred on by the untimely reduction in appropriate parking for our patients, we have finally located a sufficient space to provide ample parking (at various levels of cost) as well as much needed space for continued growth for our Flagship Clinic.
Coming in late Spring 2019, Movement Systems will be relocating to 1200 Westlake Ave N, Suite 100 (The AGC Building). Stay tuned for updates. You can follow the construction progress on our Facebook Page.
Welcome to Our newest Provider
Movement Systems is excited to announce the addition of our newest Physical Therapist, Julianne Simpson, DPT, to our organization. Julianne will be practicing out of our Seattle Clinic and is available for scheduling now. To learn more about her Click Here
YOGA RETURNS TO MSPT
Our "Movement through Yoga" series is now available and open to registration. Click here to learn more about the course and its instructor Terri Sullivan, PT, DPT, and to register online.
Movement Systems is pleased to announce our sponsorship of the Seize The Oar Foundation. We are excited to be partnering with Team Seize The Oar.
Movement Systems is pleased to continue our sponsorship for the third year, with the Highline College Women's Soccer Team.
To learn more about our community outreach and sponsorships please click here
From the Blog
- How to Not Pee Your Pants When Laughing – Cure Incontinence with Advice from a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist on Pelvic Floor Muscle Training (aka Kegels)
- No excuses. Lift weights at any age! Advice from a 65 year old.
- 5 Reasons Why You Should Try Pilates
- 3 bladder habits you should break
- Hamstring tightness? Should you be stretching or strengthening?