“Thanks for your service. You are an asset to the community. All of the staff is friendly and very professional. This was my 3rd visit – all for different problems – and the staff remembered me.”
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Closed from 12 – 1.
We are open Monday – Friday.
Karl Hedeen, PT, Co-Owner
Karl and his wife Heidi both grew up in the Stanwood, and graduated from Stanwood High School in 1982. They have 3 children Henry, Gus, and Sigrid. Henry is attending Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA where he is playing baseball and completing his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology. Gus is attending Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA and is planning to major in Business. Sigrid is attending Stanwood High School and also taking classes as a running start student at Everett Community College. In 2011 he was included as part of the 1984 Oregon track team induction ceremony into the University of Oregon Athletics Hall of Fame. He completed his physical therapy education at Northwestern University in Chicago in 1989. He started NorthSound Physical Therapy in 1992 with Marty Stanton, and continues to practice patient care in the Stanwood clinic. Karl enjoys all family related activities, which typically involve sports of some kind, and he also finds time to get involved in various other volunteer activities.
“I thoroughly enjoy my job as a physical therapist, and I have been fortunate to work in the same town for over 25 years. One really positive aspect of being in the same community for so long is the ability to cultivate long term patient and physician relationships. I also continue to appreciate and respect the important role that physical therapy plays in the recovery from injury or illness.”
Becky Rice, PT, DPT, CMP
Becky, originally from Minnesota, joined the NorthSound Physical Therapy family in August of 2002. Since graduating in 1993 with a master’s degree in physical therapy from Andrews University in Michigan, Becky has received specialized training in manual therapy. She is a Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP), a technique of joint mobilization effective for many orthopedic conditions. Becky also has special interest and training in treating patients with vertigo, TMJ disorders, and urinary incontinence. In 2013 Becky received a clinical doctorate degree through A.T. Still University in Arizona. Becky is an APTA certified clinical instructor and finds it rewarding to help both PT and PTA students prepare for their careers. In her spare time, Becky loves spending time with her husband and two children, kayaking, skiing, hiking, and outdoor photography.
Heidi Verrall, MPT, Cert MDT
Heidi is originally from Boise, Idaho, where she worked for 11 years in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. She moved to Washington in November, 2012, when she joined NorthSound Physical Therapy.
Heidi graduated with her Bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in 1997, and received her Master’s in Physical Therapy from Idaho State University in 2001. She received her certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy through the McKenzie Institute International in 2009. Heidi’s interests include snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking and spending time with her husband, son, and dog.
Natalie Bailey, DPT
Natalie is from Marysville and earned her bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University before moving to Glendale, Arizona where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Midwestern University. Natalie returned to the PNW and joined NSPT in 2016. Natalie enjoys hiking in the North Cascades, exploring the San Juan Islands, and road biking in her spare time.
Kristin Crandall, DPT
Kristin Crandall Kristin grew up in Stanwood and received her Undergraduate degree in 2008 from Western Washington University. Kristin then attended the University of Washington where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2011. She enjoys playing soccer, hiking, running with her dog Boogie, and attending UW football games.
I love sports and found studying the human body to be fascinating. When I realized I could combine my hobbies with my love for anatomy I was sold and that is why I decided to be a physical therapist.
Cody Finks, DPT
Cody was raised in North Georgia and recently moved to the Stanwood area from Knoxville, Tennessee. He received his undergraduate degree in 2010 from the University of Tennessee and went on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the UT Health Science Center in Memphis in 2013.
Part of what drew Cody to the Pacific Northwest was the active lifestyle and he spends his time hiking with his wife and boxer, camping, playing basketball, golfing, snowboarding, crabbing, and being on the water. After undergoing his own shoulder surgery in high school, Cody found a passion for helping others heal and return to the activities they enjoy.
Sheila VonBergen, MPT
Sheila VonBergen was born in Loma Linda, CA and grew up in Eastern Washington. During those years, she was actively involved in team sports and gymnastics, competing at the state level and later working as a gymnastics and aerobics instructor for many years. Sheila attended Walla Walla University, where she met her husband Scott before pursuing a Master of Physical Therapy degree at Loma Linda University.
After earning her MPT degree in 1993, Sheila worked as a physical therapist in both in- and out-patient settings for Kaiser Permanente in Riverside, California, where she received a distinguished award for Outstanding Service. From 1996 to 2004 Sheila’s PT experience encompassed outpatient orthopedics, sports and active rehabilitation and home health physical therapy. She was also a regular guest lecturer for the SDA Wellness Center and served on the Guam National Olympic Committee. In 2003 she earned an MBA from the University of Guam.
Sheila has enjoyed working with patients and staff at NorthSound Physical Therapy since 2006. She is devoted to her family and local church, and actively pursues experiences in hiking, biking, snow boarding, SCUBA diving, snorkeling, outdoor photography, and travel. Because good health is her passion, Sheila endeavors to provide her patients with a high quality of care that reflects a personal commitment to wellness.
Stacey Killian, PTA
Stacey Killian joined NSPT in 1997 after graduating from the PTA program at Whatcom Community College. She enjoys the challenge of working with people of different ages and fitness levels and love to help them get back to the activities they enjoy. When she is not at NSPT, you will find Stacey on the trails of Whatcom County with her family.
Christina May, PTA
I chose to become a physical therapy assistant because I love working with people in a helping/healing environment. In the past, I suffered from a traumatic knee injury that aided in my compassion/understanding for those who are undergoing rehabilitation. Additionally, I am an avid supporter of preventative medicine and aspire to further my education/training in this direction. Other interests include snowboarding, surfing, travel, golf, hiking, biking, and caring for animals.
Jon DeOliveira, PTA
Jon has lived in Washington his entire life, and has always been involved in athletics such as soccer and pick-up basketball games. He graduated in 2012 with a Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Jon enjoys the opportunities this field give him to make a difference and invest in people’s lives. It’s great to work with people of all different ages and be an encouragement and educator during their rehab. In his spare time, Jon enjoys playing guitar for his church and volunteering there.
Bryan Keller, PTA
Brian Keller Bryan initially became interested in physical therapy while he was a patient at NorthSound back in 2002 and again in 2004. Since then, Bryan went on to study and graduated from PIMA Medical Institute in 2013, and joined NSPT shortly thereafter. As a multi-sport athlete in the past who suffered from multiple knee injuries, Bryan enjoys helping those who are in a similar situation. Bryan likes helping people achieve their goals and return to the activities that they enjoy. In his spare time, Bryan likes to stay active, cheering on local sports teams and being active.
Erin Van Dyck, PTA
Erin was born and raised in Edmonds. She first got interested in physical therapy while participating in her high school’s sports medicine class where she got to spend over 300 after school hours as the football and soccer teams’ student athletic trainer. During her time there, Erin got to help rehab a variety of injuries. After graduating from PIMA Medical Institute with her PTA degree in 2012, she went on to gain experience in inpatient and outpatient fields. In her down time, Erin loves to hike, camp, and ride her ATV.
- 27500 102nd Ave NW Ste 1
- Stanwood, WA 98292
- Phone: 360-629-9768
- Fax: 360-629-6487