Our Staff

Our team of physical therapists, Rehab Techs and office staff strive to provide their clients with the comfort and quality of care they have they have grown to expect from North Spokane P&ST and Aquatics.

North Spokane Physical & Sports Therapy’s treatment philosophy is based on the assumption that ultimately it is the client’s responsibility for his or her health. Although a physical therapist provides manual treatments for which he/she is uniquely qualified, the primary role of the therapist is one of guidance, education and motivation aimed at facilitating optimum physical function.

Craig Peterson - Owner

Craig Peterson is the lead clinician and owner of our north side out patient physical therapy clinic. He has dedicated his practice to orthopedic issues which allows him to treat a wide variety of injuries and disabilities. Craig is a specialist in TMJ and orthotic casting.  He also has  vast experience, knowledge and training enabling him to effectively treat sports injuries, back/neck injuries, return to work clients and post-operative recovery. Craig is a 1989 graduate of Eastern Washington University’s Physical Therapy Program. Craig’s clinical philosophy can be seen in all of his clinics: Healing is the byproduct when people are treated with quality care, respect, and kindness.






Barbara Moe

Barb is the Co-Owner of Revita Rehabilitation and the on-site Director of Operations for our clinic.  Revita is the last best option for back rehabilitation prior to considering surgery.  It consists of full body vibration with quadrant specific traction, un- weighted treadmill, segment specific strengthening.  This program is a marvel and should be tried by all who suffer from chronic back, neck or shoulder problems.  Barb’s specialties include orthopedics sports injuries, lymphedema, post-surgical care, pre & post natal rehabilitation and aquatics.  Barb has held certifications in aquatics through International Council for Aquatic therapy and Rehabilitation (ICATRIC) and in lymphedema through the Lymphedema Association of North American (LANA). Barb is a 1999 graduate of Eastern Washington University’s Physical Therapy Program.  Barb believes that teamwork is the best approach to therapy.  She works with her clients as a team to develop strategies to provide individualized care.






Cecilia Dalzell, PT, CMPT, FAFS

Cecilia has been a physical therapist in the Spokane community since 1992. She received her bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy and Health Sciences from Eastern Washington University where she participated in collegiate track and field.

She has been a certified manual therapist since 2008 and holds her certification through North American Institute of Manual Therapy.

Recently Cecilia completed a yearlong fellowship called GIFT, developed by world renowned physical therapist Gary Gray, PT. The Gray Institute for Functional Transformation (GIFT) is designed to enable participants to achieve proficiency, competence, confidence and credibility in all aspects of Applied Functional Science through an understanding of functional principles, strategies, and techniques. These techniques are appropriate for use with patients of all types and for all purposes including prevention, rehabilitation, and performance enhancement.

Cecilia chose North Spokane Physical and Sports Therapy because of the infectious environment to be all you can be, to live in the moment, and be empowered to help heal yourself with good people along your side!



Kari Duclos, PT

Kari is the newest member of our team.  She is a 1986 graduate from University of Puget Sound Physical Therapy program.  She has been a physical therapist is Spokane for over 26 years, with 20 plus years of out-patient orthopedics.  Her specialties include sports rehab, orthopedic surgeries, women’s health, orthotics and elder care.  Kari has an eclectic approach to therapy with a special heart for the female athlete.  As a former athlete and coach she has a keen eye for movement dysfunction and highly values exercise as the pathway to health.  Her compassion and friendliness combined with professional expertise equals quality care for all her patients.



Rehab Tech's

Leanne Hainline

Julie Mills

Liz Steinbeck




Janeen Barnes



Office Staff

Linda Masters

Beth Elmore

Becky Jeske



Athletic Trainers


Anna R. Anderson
ms, atc/l, cscs, pes, nase
Sports Conditioning /Personal Training

Anna is a Licensed Athletic Trainer and NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, she also has her NASM-Performance Enhancement Specialist certification. Anna has worked in Spokane for the last five years and traveled the country for the previous three years, working with athletes of varying levels and abilities.  Much of her experience is in physical therapy and high school settings, in Spokane she provided the AT services for Central Valley High School for five years along with the performance enhancement camp for athletes. Anna has her B.S. from the University of Utah and recently obtained her M.S. through the California University of Pennsylvania.
In her personal time Anna enjoys spending time with friends, mountain biking, cycling, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, camping, and the occasional movie.



Heidi J. Peterson ATC AT/L NASM PES

Heidi has been working in the field of sports medicine since she was a college undergraduate student, beginning at Citrus Community College 1977. During her career she has enjoyed working in a variety of professional settings including NCAA Division I university athletic programs, club, national and professional teams, high school athletics, out patient rehabilitation clinics, as well as at the1984 Olympic Games and the US Olympic Training Center. She has also worked with the “industrial athlete” during employment with PreCARE/Briotix. Career highlights include serving as athletic trainer for the 1993 NCAA DI Champion Stanford Women’s Swimming and Diving team, 1993 “Great Eight” participant Stanford Women’s basketball team, 1992 San Jose State University women’s golf NCAA championship third place team, women’s professional soccer (WUSA) 2001 world champion Bay Area/San Jose Cyberrays, USA men’s and women’s volleyball senior national teams, WUSA All Star game, youth soccer’s Gothia Cup gold medal champions, the CIF state championship runner up Palo Alto High School football team, as well as a host of top twenty-five NCAA Division I teams with eight university athletic programs.

Currently she is employed by North Spokane Physical and Sport Therapy Clinic as licensed athletic trainer providing sports medicine, health and wellness services. Her day to day duties include coordinating high school athletic training services - program planning and implementation, individual and group fitness testing and exercise programming, medical fitness programs, rehabilitation of individuals that have suffered musculoskeletal injuries, as well as serving as athletic trainer for North Central High School, adult running and triathlon groups and area sporting events. Additionally she provides health and wellness topic presentations for area companies and groups at health fairs and “lunch and learn” sessions. She has also created and implemented work site wellness programs for companies and organizations in the Spokane area.

Heidi has been employed as an adjunct or part-time faculty member with three university exercise science/physical education departments and also has served as a speaker and lab instructor for district and national athletic trainer association (NATA) symposiums. She has served as a NATABOC clinical instructor for three athletic training programs, and has had the pleasure of supervising and instructing athletic training students for the past thirty years. She has served as a guest speaker for multiple groups and organizations, including for the annual “Go Red For Women” and “Diabetes Day” health education seminars. Over the past thirty years Heidi has been involved in her profession and community as a volunteer, serving on a variety of local, district, and state athletic training as well as non-profit groups committees, boards, and organizations.

Heidi completed her degree in Athletic Training/Physical Education from San Diego State University in 1982. Over the years she has updated and furthered her skills and knowledge, completing over 80 units of masters’ level coursework in a variety of subject areas including exercise physiology, kinesiology, biomechanics, musculoskeletal trauma care, advanced sports medicine rehabilitation methods and techniques, as well as organization and administration coursework. She continues to expand her knowledge through a broad variety of continuing medical education symposiums and classes, and considers herself a “life-long learner” in the fields of sports medicine, health and wellness.



Keith Eggleston

Keith joined NSPST in 2012 and currently works as an outreach athletic trainer providing sports medicine care at Rogers High School.  He is a proud 1994 graduate of Eastern Washington University (Go Eagles!) and has been an athletic trainer in the Spokane area in a variety of settings over the past 18 years, including several area high schools and with the Spokane Shock.  



Will Horlbeck, ATC, AT/L, CSCS









Massage Therapy

Steve Wells

License Massage Therapist