“Dreams do come true if you keep believing in yourself. Anything is possible.”

Hall of Fame Tennis Player
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Valerie Levesque



I grew up in rural interior Alaska with a small loving family in a little log cabin in the woods. My mom was a learn to skate instructor at the local university, so I learned how to skate at the same time I learned how to walk. I became a competitive figure skater and I was dedicated to my training and traveling for competitions at a very young age. With many aches and pains along the way I spent a lot of time with Physical Therapists. They always put me back together again. I knew that whatever I was going to dedicate my time and energy to after figure skating it had to get me closer to my goal of attending Physical Therapy school. I ended up at a PT school in New York City with some great mentors and clinical affiliations centered around dance medicine, injury prevention, and adolescent injury management. Moving to Seattle in 2015 felt like moving home, the PNW is such a comfortable and familiar lifestyle to me and my husband. We now live in beautiful Magnolia with our dog Penny and our son Liam. Working and living in this community has brought me so much joy. I love being a part of each one of my neighbors successful rehabilitation story. 


  • Clinical diagnosis of spine and pelvis dysfunction
  • Blood flow restriction therapy
  • Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization
  • Kinesiotape

Board Certification

Certified Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapist
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapists


Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from Oregon State University
Doctor of Physical Therapy from New York Medical College
Resident, Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
Fellow, Orthoepdic Manual Physical Therapy


Post-operative hip, Hip instability, labral pathology, Dance medicine, Maternity care, pre- and post-natal

Professional Affiliations

American Physical Therapy Association
Professional Skaters Association
United States Figure Skating Association
Seattle Performing Arts Medicine

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