Meet our Team
Molly Sords, DPT
Molly was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio . In 2011 she made the decision to move to Boston, Massachusetts. Here she would start and complete her undergraduate and graduate studies. Receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018. Traveling to Washington Molly was excited to work in Outpatient Orthopedics and specifically help runners, foot injuries and the older population.
A fun fact is that Molly had never been to Washington State before deciding to move to the Pacific Northwest. We are so happy she made the move, joined our team and she loves it. When free time fits into her schedule she enjoys long distance running, reading and playing with her cat Juno.
Michelle Klaue, DPT, CSCS
Michelle is a Washingtonian who grew up in Spokane. In Seattle she received her B.A. in Biochemistry from the University of Washington. Thereafter she moved to Utah to obtain her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Rocky Mountain University in 2020. She also earned her Certified Strength and Conditioning specialization which speaks to her passion of using exercise to help patients discover their inner athlete. Michelle herself recovered from an ACL tear which peaked her interest in knee rehabilitation as well.
Michelle joined the PLPT team in 2020. When she is not working Michelle is outdoors, boating, skiing and learning new sports. Most importantly she spends her Saturdays cheering on the Huskies.
Ron Enyeart PT, Owner
Ron is a life-long resident of Washington State. He grew up in Bellevue, graduating from Newport High School in 1979. Ron went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in Chicago in 1983.
Ron and his wife Cindy opened Pine Lake Physical Therapy in September 1998. After practicing Physical Therapy for over 30 years, Ron has enjoyed many different practice settings and patients. Some of the most memorable patients for Ron were at the Mt. Si Transitional Health Center in North Bend.
Ron’s specialty is Manual Therapy and orthopedic rehabilitation. During Ron’s free time he enjoys fly-fishing, baseball umpiring, community involvement and family.