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Tricia Heath, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant located in Puyallup, WA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Random Fact About Kim: She likes to snowshoe.

Random Fact About Susan: She has too many Green Bay items.

Why I Like RFPT: We have fun and get to learn Counterstrain techniques. 

Favorite Flower: Daisy

Favorite Vacation Site: British Virgin Islands

Favorite Animal: Otter

Favorite Coffee Shop Order: Passion or Salted Caramel Tea

Favorite Activity: Paddle Boarding and Disc Golf

Favorite Superhero: IronMan

Favorite Quote: “Sing like no one’s listening, love like you’ve never been hurt, dance like nobody’s watching and live like it is Heaven on Earth.” 

Professional Life: I went to Green River Community College to become a PTA,

Personal Life: I’m married, have a daughter and a dog named Max.  I enjoy camping, hiking, disc golf, archery, working out, snowshoeing, paddle boarding, fishing, snorkeling, and playing games with friends and family.   I love to learn new things and go on adventures. 

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Physical Therapist Assistant

Random Fact About Kim: She likes to snowshoe.

Random Fact About Susan: She has too many Green Bay items.

Why I Like RFPT: We have fun and get to learn Counterstrain techniques. 

Favorite Flower: Daisy

Favorite Vacation Site: British Virgin Islands

Favorite Animal: Otter

Favorite Coffee Shop Order: Passion or Salted Caramel Tea

Favorite Activity: Paddle Boarding and Disc Golf

Favorite Superhero: IronMan

Favorite Quote: “Sing like no one’s listening, love like you’ve never been hurt, dance like nobody’s watching and live like it is Heaven on Earth.” 

Professional Life: I went to Green River Community College to become a PTA,

Personal Life: I’m married, have a daughter and a dog named Max.  I enjoy camping, hiking, disc golf, archery, working out, snowshoeing, paddle boarding, fishing, snorkeling, and playing games with friends and family.   I love to learn new things and go on adventures. 


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