About Engineered Sports

Engineered Sports is a sports-healthcare facility dedicated to establishing a higher system of rehabilitation and performance training. We are pioneering advanced levels of performance physical therapy and sports conditioning, setting the standard as the ring leaders in Western Washington by establishing the first performance training facility of its kind that integrates physical therapists, sports performance coaches, athletic trainers, nutritionists and massage therapists, all under one roof.

 

At Engineered Sports we bridge the gap between injury and performance. This is unique to today’s traditional rehabilitation models which often fail to complete the entire rehab process; the point at which the athlete is back competing at their sport. Engineered Sports has the expertise, the facility and the performance equipment necessary to complete this process, ensuring that you as an athlete can safely and effectively reintegrated back to your sport without restrictions.

We Prove Our Expertise With Certification

Not all “Sports Physical Therapy” clinics are created equally. When we say that we “specialize” or “offer” Sports Therapy Training, we do so by putting our credentials behind our claim. Engineered Sports is a one-of- a-kind facility in our region that has two board-certified sports specialists, a distinction, and specialization that has been attained by less than 2% of all physical therapists nationwide.

We encourage all our athletes and clients to do their homework when choosing the right sports therapy training facility for their sports-injuries and rehabilitation needs. Here at Engineered Sports, we got you covered. Our sports physical therapy specialists have been formally recognized with advanced clinical knowledge, skill and experience as the very top in their field here in the United States.

Why Choose Us?

Injury Prevention Training is often left out of the overall process of rehabilitation and performance training. At Engineered Sports we incorporate Injury Prevention Training in both our physical therapy and sports performance programs. From ACL injury prevention to Rotator Cuff injury prevention, we have advanced training techniques that help to protect the body’s vitally important structures. The end result means increased playing time and decreased injuries.

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We believe it takes a team effort to help build and rebuild athletes. We also believe you need to have a set of principles, a philosophy, and a methodology to take athletes to the next level, or to effectively rehabilitate athletes from injury to competition. Engineered Sports employs a system known as Matrix Athletix Training, a performance training system that integrates strength-power, movement, speed, core power and regeneration, all of which are critical components for building better athletes. The Matrix Athletix Training System is used by the entire performance team which helps to eliminate the frustration and confusion of athletes as they attempt to reach their goals. You will not be confused by multiple treatment approaches or different training systems from multiple personnel. You will receive a comprehensive and systematic performance plan under the direction of one leader, one team and one system, ensuring a positive and successful experience.

Trying to specialize in every discipline of physical therapy and in all its treatment philosophy’s can take a lifetime. It often produces a type of facility that offers a wide range of options, but thin on expertise in any specific area. Without focus and specialization your rehab process can become diluted and unproductive. At Engineered Sports, we have dedicated our energy, effort, and research to sports injuries & performance rehabilitation. Our programs are engineered to upgrade lives, designed & built by athletes for athletes. From football to hockey, from gymnastics to swimming, we got you covered. Our goal is your goal; get you healthy and get you back in the game.

Our Team

Lance Miller, PT, SCS, CSCS, MBA-Healthcare

Lance Miller, PT, SCS, CSCS, MBA-Healthcare

Director of Rehabilitation, Physical Therapist

Lance Miller is a Performance Physical Therapist and Strength & Conditioning Coach with over 15 years’ experience working with athletes and competitors in Washington State as well as with athletes across the country and internationally. He has committed his career to the development & innovation of one of the first rehab-performance facilities in Washington State – Engineered Sports – integrating Physical Therapy, Sports Performance, Nutrition and Education.

Bob Hamre, AT/L, ATC, CSCS

Bob Hamre, AT/L, ATC, CSCS

Director of Sports Performance, Athletic Trainer

Bob began his athletic training and strength and conditioning career in 1998, working with high school teams including the 2002 State Champion Archbishop Murphy Wildcats. In 2003 Bob was hired as the first Head Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Everett Silvertips. In 4 seasons, those teams saw 32 playoff wins, 4 first round NHL draft picks, and won at least one playoff round each year. He has since returned to the Silvertips as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, and supervisor of athletic training services.

Mikayla Burns, PTA, MS-Exercise Science

Mikayla Burns, PTA, MS-Exercise Science

Physical Therapist Assistant

Mikayla joined the Engineered Sports performance staff in 2011. She was born and raised in Everett, Wa., and is a graduate of Everett High School. Mikayla went on to complete her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology at Central Washington University, and her Physical Therapy Assistant Degree at Whatcom C.C. Mikayla specializes in performance and functional-based rehabilitation and plays a key role in providing our specialized, integrated system of rehabilitation to our athletes and clients. Mikayla actively competes in middle and long distance running and tri events.

Tim Biesendorfer, PTA, CAFS, USAW

Tim Biesendorfer, PTA, CAFS, USAW

Physical Therapist Assistant

Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, WA

Certified in Applied Functional Science – Gray Institute.

USA Weightlifting – Sports Performance Coach

Betsy Knight, ATC, CSCS, USAW

Betsy Knight, ATC, CSCS, USAW

Sports Performance Coach, Athletic Trainer

Graduated from Washington State University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training and a minor in Strength and Conditioning. Betsy became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in 2006 and received her Athletic Training Certification in 2007. While at WSU she worked with the football, baseball, women’s soccer and rowing programs as a student strength coach. As a Student Athletic Trainer, she worked with women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s cross country and track and field teams.

Mindy James, PTA

Mindy James, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, WA

BS Exercise Science, Eastern Washington University

Multi Sport Athlete at Everett Community College, Softball – Basketball

Everett Community College 2011-12 Female Athlete of the Year

Nick Cassaday, CSCS, FMS

Nick Cassaday, CSCS, FMS

Sports Performance Coach

NSCA – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Functional Movement Systems – FMS

Western Washington University – BS Kinesiology

Jereme Clark, CSCS, USAW, CFL1

Jereme Clark, CSCS, USAW, CFL1

Sports Performance Coach

NSCA – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Washington State University – Sports Science

Washington State University – Strength and Conditioning Coach

JV Estella, CSCS

JV Estella, CSCS

Sports Performance Coach

NSCA – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Central Washington University – BS Clinical Physiology

Dr. Mitra Ray, Ph.D

Dr. Mitra Ray, Ph.D

Performance Nutritionist

Dr. Mitra Ray is a woman on a mission.

She is fiercely committed to being a trusted guide for those who love life, those who want to be healthy, fit and gorgeous, and those who want live to dance at their grandchildren’s wedding.If you are looking for a proven professional who can guide you to better health – with practical and doable solutions that are easy on the wallet in these changing and busy times – then you have come to the right place (today/tonight).

Jenny Mapes, LMP

Jenny Mapes, LMP

Jenny Mapes, LMP

Jenny Mapes has been a movement specialist and coach for 13 years. She has worked with individuals ranging from the general fitness enthusiasts to elite and pro athletes, improving their movement patterns for optimal performance.

Jenny trained for the 2012 London Olympics in the high jump, and received her massage license from Alexandar School of Natural Therapeutics after realizing the enormous benefit of massage and seeing amazing results during her athletic endeavor. She wished to provide that to others in their pursuit of their goals.

Bryson Daggett, CSCS

Bryson Daggett, CSCS

Sports Performance Coach

NSCA – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Central Washington University – BS Clinical Physiology