Updated  February 17th, 2020 

All staff at PLPT are fully vaccinated as of yesterday!

We want you to know we recognize this as a serious situation, where our first priority is the health and safety of our patients and staff. We are OPEN.

PLPT will be following the new guidelines provided by Governor Inslee.

What does this mean?


1. Again, we are OPEN and running while taking safety precautions.

2. Guidelines ask everyone to quarantine and/or have a negative COVID-19 test following traveling or gatherings.


Thank you for keeping our other patients and staff safe!

Please leave a message if we do not answer and we will get back to you ASAP

We are asking patients to wear masks during in person appointments at this time. We will do the same. As well as go through a screening process for safety. 

Telehealth- Is now an convenient alternative to coming in to the clinic to see your therapist. Through a secure phone call, or online chat you can continue your treatment. 

Set up an appointment now by clicking here! 


We continue to follow CDC guidelines and recommend you do the same. Steps we are taking.

-Adding on to our already thorough cleaning and disinfecting of the clinic. Along with frequent hand washing and sanitizing throughout patients care. 

-Screening patients for health and safety. 

-Maintaining social distancing between all patients. 

-Minimizing contact where possible.

-On a case by case bases, advising high risk patients to hold their treatment. While giving the option of telehealth to continue care, 

- Telehealth for any patients who feel more comfortable with keeping social distancing at this time. 

If you answer YES to any of these questions below please stay home and cancel your appointment. You will not be charged for the cancellation.


Experienced any fever or symptoms of fever within the last 72 hours (temperature, chills or body aches)?

Or been in contact with anyone who has? 

Been in contact with anyone suspected or tested positive to have Covid-19?

Do you have a runny nose, sore throat or ANY type of cough?