Meet our Team
Tracey Hampshire, DPT
Tracey is originally from the big state of Texas and she grew up in Houston. She earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Texas, Arlington. After receiving Honors for her B.S in Exercise Science she went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Texas Women's University in 2019.
When Tracey was 8 years old her Mother became disabled. Through this event Tracey perfected her skills of compassion and care that she uses today with her patients. Tracey especially enjoys treating runners, bikers, swimmers and amputees. She loves any interaction with new people.
Tracey joined Pine Lake PT in 2021. Outside of work you will find Tracey being active, playing Dungeons & Dragons, cooking or baking. Her life goal is to participate in an IronMan Triathlon.
Andrew Schmidt, DPT
Andrew came to the PNW from Florida. He earned a B.S. in Psychology from Florida International University in Miami. Andrew went on to University of St. Augustine and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2020. He loves to promote a healthy lifestyle for patients. Andrew is especially interested in helping patients recover from low back pain and lower extremity issues.
Andrew joined Pine Lake Physical Therapy in 2021. Andrew completed one of his DPT internships at Timber Ridge at Talus in Issaquah. Like so many of us, Andrew decided the Pacific Northwest was the area he wanted to be. In his free time he enjoys hiking, snowboarding, playing soccer and participating in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
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, watching The Sounders or Seahawks , community involvement and family.