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Bella Manzo-Castilla

I am a Seattle native aspiring toward a career in architecture.  I joined Movement Systems Physical Therapy in spring 2021.

Customer Service Philosophy

I aim to make our office a safe, positive, and motivating space. I believe through building relationships with clients and their families that we will be able to provide the most unique, personal, and productive experience for all involved.

Personal Interests

I enjoy being in the city and on the water whenever I have a chance!

Molly Gries, PT, DPT

Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
Certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (CertMDT)
Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation (APTA)

My Philosophy of Care:

I am a skilled physical therapist who has robust and diverse experience to help bring you the best individualized and personalized care. With a strong clinical background and a zest for learning, I strive to provide the best care for all patients and address the entire body versus simply looking at the injured area. I strive to help educate my patients on how to best understand their pain and treat themselves in order to continue to live a healthy and pain-free lifestyle. I love being the person that gets to help patients through the progress of understanding how simple changes can make a lifelong impact. I love working with a wide range of patients and use my clinical expertise to help everyone meet their goals.


Doctorate of Physical Therapy/ Saint Louis University

Bachelors of Science, Exercise Science/ Saint Louis University

My Clinical Interests:

  • Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
  • Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment- McKenzie Method
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation and Concussion Management
  • Running assessments and runner’s health
  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation for all genders
  • Pain management
  • Balance training and fall risk
  • Return to sport and activity
  • Sport and athletic training


Ellen L. McGough, Molly Gries, Linda Teri & Valerie E. Kelly (2020) Validity of Instrumented 360° Turn Test in Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment, Physical & Occupational Therapy In Geriatrics, 38:2, 170-184, DOI: 10.1080/02703181.2019.1710319

My Personal Story:

As a Midwest native, I made my way out to the Pacific Northwest after finishing graduate school in search of more outdoor activities closer to home. I can frequently be found running, skiing or backpacking in the mountains and try to spend as much time outside as possible. I love to run and have found my stride in marathon running, which has given me the opportunity to run in some beautiful places and big races, including the Boston Marathon. I love being outside and on the move, I can frequently be seen catching a quick run at lunch and biking to and from work.

Renee Ebia, PT, DPT

My Philosophy of Care:

I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy who is passionate about helping people across the lifespan meet their personal goals toward better movement and better function. I believe that collaboration and active participation are both key to one’s success in physical therapy, and I strive to work with you to create a plan of care that encompasses movement based interventions, whether it be for recreational sports or just everyday activities. My goal is to provide you with the tools that will set you up for success and empower you to go out there and continue doing the activities you enjoy.


Bachelor of Science in Sport & Exercise Science / Seattle University

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Western University of Health Sciences

My Clinical Interests:

  • General orthopedic physical therapy
  • Pre and postoperative rehabilitation
  • Sports/athletic rehabilitation and injury prevention
  • Bone health
  • Fall risk reduction
  • Pain management
  • Fitness and wellness
  • ASTYM Certified
  • Certification in Applied Functional Science / Gray Institute

My Personal Story:

Growing up in Hawaii, I loved spending time outside and especially out in the water. Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, I have absolutely enjoyed the outdoors, from hiking trails to paddle boarding on the lake. I grew up playing water sports like water polo and competitive swimming, and now I’ve been staying active with Peloton, barre, and yoga. Staying active is especially important to me for maintaining both physical and mental health, and I became a physical therapist to be able to help my patients achieve their individual goals toward a healthy, active, and fulfilled life.

Professionalism and expertise of the staff, most especially the physical therapist who is helping me. It is much appreciated.

Moira A

Laura Broudy, PT, DPT

Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
200-hour Certified Yoga Instructor

My Philosophy of Care

I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Board-Certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy.  I have a strong interest in how our physical health influences our mental health and vice versa, and I strive to assess your injury in the context of your personal needs and life experiences. My goal is to work with you as a team to address your physical therapy needs, and build our treatment plan together. Regardless of whether you are working towards returning to long distance hiking, going back to the gym, or simply performing daily tasks with greater ease, I am excited to work with you to help you get back out there.


Doctor of Physical Therapy / University of Puget Sound

Bachelor of Arts / Colorado College

My Clinical Interests

My Personal Story

My interest in working with people and with movement began when I started practicing yoga at age 12, right here in Seattle. Since that time, I have been fascinated with how a physical practice can so profoundly influence how we feel and move through the world.  I love the pacific northwest and get outside rain or shine for neighborhood walks, hiking, and mountaineering. I am a certified yoga instructor and enjoy working with people who are interested in learning more about yoga or blending PT with their current yoga practice.

Justin Shelley, PT, DPT

Manual Therapy Certification

My Philosophy of Care

I believe that we are entering into a partnership, as WE work together to achieve your goals.  I promise a thorough examination and clear explanation of my findings, as well as a flexible, effective treatment plan that serves your needs and functions as a roadmap along the way.  I will equip you with the tools to make this possible and take whatever steps are needed to foster your learning and progress.  Your voice and active participation are essential.  I look forward to serving as your educator, coach, and supporter!


Bachelor of Science in Biology / State University of New York at Geneseo

Doctor of Physical Therapy / University of Saint Augustine

Manual Therapy Certification / University of Saint Augustine

My Clinical Interests

  • Sports/athletic rehabilitation
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Postural Restoration
  • Orthopedic manual physical therapy
  • Chronic spine dysfunction

Community Involvement/Volunteer Organizations

Washington Trails Association

My Personal Story

I am originally from a small town in upstate New York where I grew up playing soccer and spending most of my time outdoors, which would eventually manifest into a love of hiking during my undergraduate and graduate careers. Several factors played a role in my decision to consider and ultimately commit to physical therapy as a career path.  My inclinations toward problem solving, fitness and exercise, and serving others initially pointed me in that direction.  Practical experience in an outpatient clinic while receiving mentorship from a wise PT cemented it.  It was not until years later while struggling with my own physical challenges, did physical therapy begin to reveal itself to me on an entirely different level.  It continues to provide opportunities for me to grow, both as a clinician and a person, and has played a significant role in shaping me into who I am today.

Anna Smith

Anna is a Washington native and recently graduated with a BA in Psychology from the University of Washington. She is interested in pursuing a career in Physical Therapy.

Personal Interests

Anna grew up in North Bend and enjoys running, hiking, volleyball, swimming, hanging out with friends and family, painting, reading, listening to music.

Corley McBeth, PT, DPT

Certified Personal Trainer
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
SLU Clinic Manager

Philosophy of Care

I am a highly skilled clinician who is successful in treating a wide range of orthopedic conditions and musculoskeletal dysfunctions. I have particular success with conditions related to the low back, pelvis, and hips, including external pelvic floor work and pregnancy and postpartum rehabilitation. Additionally, I am well-versed in the treatment of head, neck, and shoulder dysfunction. As a movement system expert, I take a whole-body approach to the care I provide to my patients and recognize the interplay of the different body regions. The therapeutic relationship is very important to me as is promoting active participation through patient education and empowerment. Health and fitness are my passion and this is reflected in my background as a certified personal trainer and Level 1 CrossFit instructor. Putting this knowledge to work, I enjoy working with individuals involved in strength and power sports (CrossFit, Weightlifting, Powerlifting) as well as those new to weight training and just beginning their fitness journey. I provide physical therapy diagnosis and treatment as well as cash-based fitness training.


Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science / Gonzaga University

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Columbia University

Clinical Interests

Corley McBeth is hands down the best physical therapist I have ever seen. She uses her phenomenal expertise to create an individualized approach to treating an injury or related problem. She educates, she motivates, and she cares. Because of her, I have fully regained function and activity following surgery. Actually, I’m even in better shape than before because of our work together.

Jill L.


Personal interests

I am a Seattle native who loves my local sports teams. I am also a diehard fan of Gonzaga Basketball. Passionate about movement, I enjoy staying active through a combination of CrossFit and yoga.

I have been a client of Corley McBeth at Movement Systems Physical Therapy for over a year. Not only is Corley a great physical therapist, but the entire staff at their clinic is very professional. They have taken the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and have all necessary precautions in place. I feel very comfortable when I am at the clinic for consultation.

Lee F.

Lexi Pearce

Lexi was born and raised in Seattle, WA. She has a BA in International Political Economy from University of Puget Sound in Tacoma and began her career with Movement Systems in 2018.

Personal Interests

In her spare time, she enjoys knitting, dyeing yarn, and playing video games. On the weekends you can find her birding at local parks around Seattle.

Nate Hadley, PT, DPT

My Philosophy of Care

I enjoy working with people of all backgrounds and levels of fitness and helping them move toward a higher level of function.  It is my firm belief that physical therapy should be collaborative and works best when patients have ownership in the process. Therefore, I value spending time with people in order to mutually decide what is important for our plan of care. I work with my patients to come up with an empowering, movement-based plan that allows them to return to meaningful activities in their lives. My goals are to provide compassionate care, create effective problem-solving strategies, and celebrate perseverance and growth.


Bachelor of Science in Biology / Whitworth University

Doctor of Physical Therapy / University of Washington

We got terrific support from Nate Hadley, Doctor of Physical Therapy. He gave just the right advice, with great care and empathy. Highly recommend!

Theodore P.

 My Clinical Interests

  • Pain Management
  • Sports/athletic rehabilitation
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Fall Risk Reduction
  • Concussion Management

I returned to Movement Systems after a new injury because they are fantastic. I went back to Nate Hadley because he is the greatest. Years ago he helped me recovery from a rotator cuff tear. Now he’s treating me for a knee strain. He us a a combination of manual therapy, graded exercise, massage and home exercises. Like some others there he is a doctor of PT, extensively trained, and very personable and caring.
They relocated to Westlake Ave and their new clinic is easy to get to and has a spectacular lake level view of a marina for a calming and restful experience.

Robert H.


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My Personal Story

I grew up in nearby Mukilteo, WA and was a three-sport athlete in high school. My love for football took me to Spokane, where I was a four-year letterman on the Whitworth University football team. I experienced the value of physical therapy firsthand after a few football-related injuries. Since then, I have cherished the privilege of working side-by-side with people in order to help achieve their personal health and wellness goals. With my football days behind me, I enjoy staying active by working in my yard, playing with my kids at the playground, and taking walks with my family and friends in local Seattle parks and neighborhoods.

Whether you’re dealing with chronic or acute conditions, I would highly recommend Movements Systems as your first stop for expertly trained and across the board, industry respected and referred Doctors of Physical Therapy. In this clinic, you will never be handed off to a lesser trained “exercise tech” and will spend the entire session one-on-one with your doctor. I was initially referred by an orthopedic surgeon and could not be more grateful for the attention and care I have received. As a patient of Dr. Nate Hadley, I have received compassionate, holistic care that has supported my injury healing and physical goals. I’ve also had nothing but positive experiences with the office staff and billing department. Check them out!! 🙂

Andrea W.


Terri Sullivan, PT, DPT

Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
Certified Yoga Instructor

My Philosophy of Care

I would probably call myself a ‘Jane of all Trades’ as I have learned several different specialties to help a variety of patients.  Now, as a physical therapist with 20+ years’ experience, I have settled into devoting my skills to helping women with pelvic floor issues.  I also have a very strong background in orthopedic physical therapy, which not only helps in women’s health but makes me versatile and able to assess a multitude of injuries and conditions.  When caring for my clients, I listen closely to formulate the most effective way to address their concerns and improve their function.  I like to address the whole musculoskeletal system during treatment.  Everything is connected and can be a cause of source of a patient’s problem. Lastly, I am an exuberantly happy person, and I will try to make your session not only beneficial, but fun.


Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education / Western Washington University

Bachelor of Science in Biology / Western Washington University

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy / University of Washington

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Regis University.

My Clinical Interests

  • Pelvic and women’s health
  • Bike fitting
  • Orthotics


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My Personal Story

I grew up in Seattle and have stayed in the Northwest my entire life.  My husband and I live in University Place and have a wonderful 3-legged dog named Sheena.  I like to stay active by doing yoga, running, cycling and hiking.  My hobby is cooking, and I belong to a literature group that meets monthly and reads a variety of fiction and nonfiction.  I became a P.T. because I love to work with people, and I wanted to help patients improve their function and achieve their goals.

After two strokes 5 years ago, I started going to Movement Systems for healing support. I chose Terri as my physical therapist–a very wise decision. She supported me through the early stages of healing, giving me exercises that were doable and worked. After a while I thought, aha! There’s been a glitch in this hip for years–a different set of exercises–improvement. After moving into a retirement home 3 years ago, I took a couple falls on the sidewalk before I learned to watch where the sidewalk gets uneven. An arm was impacted, some other places–exercises, all of which have worked. You don’t have to live in pain/discomfort, slowing down, not as limber as before because of age. She’s given me exercises that has me doing things like squats, flexibility, strong core muscles–I got back flexibility I thought was gone because I was old. I’m 81, see her only if needed, but I keep up with a series of her exercises that support balance, flexibility, core strength. I REALLY appreciate having her and Movement Systems in my life!

Diane S.