Dr. Dennis Eldridge

Dr. Dennis Eldridge graduated from Western Washington University in Bellingham in 1993 with a BA in Exercise Science and earned his Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma in 2000. He then completed a transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Puget Sound in 2004. Dennis has worked in the field of physical therapy since 1994, initially working as a Physical Therapist Aide and Exercise Specialist. He has practiced as a physical therapist in Enumclaw since 2000.

Dennis is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, is SFMA Level 1 Certified and is a Certified Clinical Instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association which enables him to instruct physical therapy students in the clinic setting. He enjoys working with all types of patients and has a special interest in athletics, particularly running and running related sports. He enjoys being active, working out, surfing, hiking, skiing and following his children’s activities. Dennis is married with three children all of whom love to be physically active.

Dr. Jared Mc Conahy

Dr. Jared Mc Conahy was born and raised in Spokane, Washington and received a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Washington University in 2010. He graduated from University of Puget Sound in 2013 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  He enjoys working with  a variety of patients and diagnoses, but has a particular interest in athletes. He strives to help all patients find ways to make simple, practical changes in their daily life to help improve pain and return them to normal function.  Jared is married and has one child. He enjoys being active, spending time with his family, cycling, running, triathlons, and hunting.

Dr. Carrie Morgan, PT, DPT

Dr. Carrie Morgan completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in San Marcos, CA. Her interests include neurological rehab, pelvic floor physical therapy, geriatrics, pain disorders, and orthopedic rehab. She has received special training focused on Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association. Carrie is also an LSVT Big Certified clinician, a physical therapy program that helps to improve function in individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. Carrie’s previous clinical affiliations have been focused on orthopedics/neurological outpatient rehab, pelvic floor rehab, and inpatient neurological rehabilitation.

By combining her experiences in different settings, she strives to holistically treat her patients with evidence-based care. She values looking at the patient not as a diagnosis, but as a person with many variables that make up who they are and how they function. She strives to give patient centered care and works with her patients as a team to achieve their goals.

When she is not treating patients, Carrie can usually be found in the mountains backpacking, snowboarding, mountain biking, running, and spending time with her husband and dogs, Ninja and Honey.

Carole Meeker

Carole Meeker graduated from Green River Community College in 1988 with an Associate of Science Degree for Physical Therapy Assistant.

Carole has worked in several different Physical Therapy settings including inpatient, outpatient, skilled nursing facilities, rehabilitation (geriatric), home health and pool therapy.

She enjoys working with patients of different backgrounds. Carole likes working out, yoga, hiking, camping, being with family and friends and following her children’s interests. Carole is married with two children who are involved in sports and outdoor activities.


Megan Hamrick

Megan is a Western Washington native and graduated from Green River Community College in 2004 with an Associates Degree for the Physical Therapist Assistant. In 2019 she completed her Bachelors of Science Degree for the Physical Therapist Assistant through Pima Medical Institute.

Her career in physical therapy began as an Exercise Tech/Aide while attending school and she has been in outpatient physical therapy ever since.  She enjoys treating patients of all walks of life and is passionate about treating the “whole person”, not just the injury.

Megan has worked to stay abreast on the most current evidenced based practices to best serve her patients. She is a certified Lymphedema Therapist through Klose Training and has advanced skill set in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Pilates, ACL injury prevention, Pain Neuroscience Education and Astym.

Lane Eldridge

Office Administrator

Laurie Herbst

Office Administrator