Advantage Physical Therapy was established in 1995 with the goal of providing personalized and comprehensive care for orthopedic and vestibular rehabilitation. Treatments are provided by the same therapist at every session to maintain continuity. Each treatment plan is designed to allow patients to achieve their rehab goals, attain a high level of function, and prevent recurrence of symptoms.
Our staff consists of highly experienced and trained physical therapists, many of them with over 20 years of experience. We regularly attend continuing education courses to maintain expertise in the field. Our experience, along with a comprehensive treatment plan allows us to achieve positive long-term outcomes and cost-effective treatment.
We also believe that patients must take an active role in their rehabilitation to maximize their healing potential. Therefore, each patient is instructed in an individual home exercise program to perform in conjunction with treatment in the clinic. Working together, we believe we can obtain faster results in a much more cost-effective manner.
Our team of physical therapists are experienced and highly trained to provide the most efficient and cost effective therapy for your condition. An individualized program is designed for you to help you reach your goal in wellness.
Zoe Cain, PT, OCS
Zoe is a co-owner of Advantage Physical Therapy. She specializes in general orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, as well as vestibular therapy for balance and dizziness. Zoe is a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy (OCS). She is a 1981 graduate of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Outside interest include swimming, bicycling and skiing.
Karla Neiman, PT, OCS
Karla is a co-owner of Advantage Physical Therapy. Throughout her career, she has specialized in orthopedic injuries both sport and non-sport related. She is board certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialities as an orthopedic specialist. Karla graduated from the University of Montana School of Physical Therapy and has extensive continuing education in orthopedic physical therapy. She has volunteered her time with local high school teams and has been a guest lecturer with Eastern Washington University School of Physical Therapy. When not working, she enjoys outdoor activities with her family and supporting her children in their sporting events.
Steve Weinberger, PT, OCS, Cert. MDT
Steve is a co-owner of Advantage Physical Therapy. He specializes in general orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. Steve is a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy (OCS) and is also credentialed in mechanical diagnosis and therapy from the McKenzie Institute (Cert. MDT). He graduated from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota in 1978, and has been practicing in Spokane since 1980. Steve’s interests outside of work include bicycling, nordic skiing, and various other outdoor pursuits.
Tiffany Jenson, MPT
Tiffany has been a staff physical therapist at Advantage Physical Therapy since 1999. She has received her competency certification in vestibular rehabilitation and specializes in the treatment of dizziness and balance disorders, as well as general orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. Tiffany graduated from Eastern Washington University with a masters degree in physical therapy in 1998 after receiving her bachelor degree in sports medicine from Whitworth College. She enjoys working one on one with her clients and believes in the importance of education to aid in treatment and injury prevention. Tiffany enjoys running, kayaking and spending time with family and friends.
Kelli Schuerman, MPT
Kelli graduated from physical therapy school at Eastern Washington University in 2000. Her practice experience includes geriatric rehabilitation, women’s health and general orthopedics. Kelli enjoys developing wellness programs, especially for the geriatric and obstetric populations. Being the mother of 4 children, Kelli is devoted to assisting women with the discomforts and physical changes that they experience during pregnancy and postpartum. Kelli is a member of the APTA Women’s Health Section, active in the American PT Association, the Washington PT Association, and was Co-Chair for the Spokane District from 2003 to 2005. Kelli remains connected to the PT program at EWU through clinical instructor certification and volunteers as a PT mentor for prospective students.