Bettiann Wing, PT
Bettiann has been working as an orthopedic physical therapist for over 30 years, graduating from the University of Washington in 1984. She has practiced at Movement Systems Physical Therapy since 2000.
Over the years Bettiann has studied extensively to expand her skill set. She first began studying the work of Shirley Sahrmann in 1992 and has incorporated Dr. Sahrmann’s concepts of the diagnosis and treatment of movement impairments into her physical therapy practice. She also spent time developing her manual therapy skills through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) and successfully completed the level three examination process in 1997. Over the past 15 years she has increased her focus of study on stability control, including coursework with Mark Comerford, B.Phty, M.C.S.P., M.A.P.A. In 2012 she completed the Discover Physio Series with internationally recognized clinicians and instructors Diane Lee, BSR, FCAMT, CGIMS and Linda-Joy Lee, BSc, BSc(PT), FCAMT, CGIMS, PHD studying their Integrated Systems Model. This patient-centered whole-body approach has added invaluable tools to Bettiann clinical toolbox. Currently she is studying Visceral Manipulation through the Barral Institute and finds this work a wonderful complement to her movement and manual background.
Bettiann enjoys treating people whose goal is to function better in their life with less pain and dysfunction whether that means playing sport, working at a computer all day, walking 20 feet to the mailbox or getting restful sleep.
Outside of the clinic Bettiann enjoys life with her husband. They have an adult son who is doing graduate study at UCLA. The family gathers often throughout the year and the miracle of technology keeps them in close touch. Other interests include crafting, walking, hiking & snowshoeing.