“Everyone I have worked with has been wonderful. Even on my bad days they stay right with me and helped me more than they know. NorthSound Physical Therapy will have my recommendations anytime anyone asks. Thank you!”
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Closed from 12 – 1.
We are open Monday – Friday.
John Bielser, PT, Co-Owner
John has been with NorthSound Physical Therapy since 1996. In 1998, John became a practicing owner in the Marysville location of NorthSound Physical Therapy. Since graduating from Eastern Washington University in 1989, John has gained experience treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders. He works with athletes throughout the area high schools, youth sports and colleges. John’s dedicated work in outpatient orthopedics over the years has made him a very highly respected physical therapist in the community. John enjoys family outings, attending his children’s games, and travel with his wife Julie, son Karl and daughter Sevi. John also stays busy with coaching youth basketball, attending high school and college sporting events, golfing, biking and walking.
Jennie C. O’Brien, DPT
Jennie O’Brien began working for NorthSound Physical Therapy in August, 2014. She graduated with her Bachelor’s in Health Sciences from Boise State University in 2011 and with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2014. During her time at Boise State, Jennie was fortunate to win a national title with the Boise State Mane Line Dancers as well as choreograph and coach for dance studios such as Dance Dimensions, Wildfire Dance and Cheer and J & C Dance Academy. In graduate school, Jennie was honored to serve as the APTA program representative and the graduate liaison for the Utah Physical Therapy Association.
Jennie has particular interest in low back pain intervention, chronic pain management and dance and sports-related injuries. She treats a wide array of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular pathologies in both acute and chronic stages.
Originally from Idaho, Jennie enjoys all things revolving around the outdoors such as hiking, camping, and water sports—especially if she can bring her dogs with her! She and her husband use their passports every opportunity they get and have been coast to coast in the States.
Richella Riley, DPT
Richella Riley began working for NorthSound Physical Therapy in August, 2016. She graduated with her Bachelor’s in Sports and Exercise Science from Seattle University in 2011 and with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington in 2016. During her time at Seattle University, Richella worked closely with collegiate athletes as an intern of the Athletic Training Department. In graduate school, Richella participated in research that focused on neurological rehabilitation for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease and along with her colleagues presented this research at the APTA’s 2016 combined sections meeting.
Richella has particular interest in chronic pain management, athletic rehabilitation and injury prevention, as well as management of low back and neck pain. She treats a variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, and neurodegenerative pathologies. Richella was born and raised in Snohomish and enjoys a multitude of outdoor activities such as hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing, and running. She also stays busy by volunteering in her community and traveling with family and friends.
Tony Travanti, PTA
Tony joined the NorthSound Physical Therapy family in September 1999. He is a graduate of Whatcom Community College with an Associate of Science degree. Tony is a licensed physical therapist assistant and has been recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association, qualifying for their Advanced Proficiency in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy Achievement. Tony was born in North Dakota, but has lived in the Puget Sound area for the majority of his life. He enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, and camping and feels like the Northwest provides immediate access to all of those activities.
“I became interested in the field of physical therapy after dealing with personal sports injuries, playing soccer and baseball in high school. Outside of that, I knew I wanted a job that would provide opportunities to make a difference in the quality of people’s lives.”
Daniela Cline, PTA
Daniela began working for NorthSound Physical Therapy in February 2014 as a licensed physical therapist assistant after graduating from Whatcom Community College. She enjoys interacting with all ages and looks forward to becoming a part of the surrounding communities.
Daniela was born and raised in Washington and grew up playing sports year round. She played soccer competitively and has won two state championships with her high school and league teams. She continued playing soccer at Bellevue Community College for two years and was an assistant coach for one year. She enjoys all outdoor activities and anything sports related.
“I became interested in physical therapy after my knee injury playing soccer. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, but my therapists were great and helped guide me through the healing process and get me back at it.”
- 9516 State Ave Ste B
- Marysville, WA 98270
- Phone: 360-658-8857
- Fax: 360-659-8296