“We strive toward a goal, and whether we achieve it or not is important, but it’s not what’s most important. What matters is how we move toward that goal.”
American Ultramarathoner

Josie Felix



Josie, a California native, moved to Washington State in 2019 after finishing her schooling in the southeast. She attended the University of North Carolina, Greensboro on a full ride Division I scholarship, where she pitched for 2 years before pursuing a more rigorous academic curriculum at Clemson University (GO TIGERS!) graduating with a BS in Health Sciences and a minor in Psychology. Josie received her DPT from the University of St. Augustine in northern Florida. 

Growing up a competitive athlete, Josie has a passion for helping athletes recover from injury and get back to enjoying their chosen sport. She has her TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) certification and loves to help golfers with ergonomics and ways to help them increase their efficiency and reduce risk of injury, or return to golf from injury. Josie’s post doctoral training and education has been manual therapy focused and enjoys treating all different types of injuries to help individuals achieve their goals.


  • Running/Gait Analysis and associated injuries 
  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation 
  • Sports Rehabilitation 
  • Blood flow restriction therapy 
  • Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization – Graston 
  • Exercise Prescription 
  • Pilates based rehabilitation 
  • Injury Prevention Programs 
  • Job related injuries 
  • Kinesiotape 

Board Certification

COMT – Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (ASPIRE)
OCS – Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
CSCS – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
TPI – Titleist Performance Institute


University of North Carolina
Clemson University
DPT from the University of St. Augustine

Professional Affiliations

American Physical Therapy Association
Washington State Physical Therapy Association
National Athletic Trainers’ Association


Josie currently lives in Magnolia with her rescue Golden Retriever, Cali. When Josie is not working you can find her hiking, paddle boarding, golfing, playing tennis, enjoying a Mariner’s game, or cheering on her Clemson Tigers.

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