Alex Fandrich PT, DPT

Alex received his doctorate in physical therapy from Loma Linda University in Southern California, the same university where his father received his degree in physical therapy. He has always had a passion for working with kids and participated in many volunteer activities as well as working with the Big Brother Big Sister Program during PT school. Alex has experience working in outpatient pediatrics and has worked with a wide variety of patients including those diagnosed with torticollis, autism, Down syndrome, developmental coordination disorder, and many orthopedic diagnoses such as ankle sprains, shoulder instability, thoracic outlet syndrome, and rehabilitation from various surgeries.

Alex grew up in Lincoln, NE and lived there for most of his life. Despite living in the Midwest, Alex spent 3 months of college in Spain learning Spanish (currently at a conversational level) and was able to travel to Morocco, France, Italy, and Gibraltar. Alex also spent 6 years serving in the Army National Guard and recently finished his contract. In his free time, Alex can be found cheering for (and crying over) the Minnesota Vikings, working out and staying active, and enjoying the rainy weather. He has enjoyed his time in Washington so far and has had fun hiking, discovering local restaurants, and going skydiving in Snohomish (bungee jumping is next!).

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