Aimee Lake, DPT

Aimee first discovered her love for physical therapy while living abroad in Central Asia. There she witnessed the power of hands-on techniques and focused exercises to help people in small, rural villages recover from chronically, painful conditions and injuries of all types. 

Aimee earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Movement Science from Gordon College in the Northeast in 2006. During that time she worked as an aide in an orthopedic physical therapy clinic which further solidified her love for working with people to help them overcome injury and pain.

She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from MGH Institute of Health Professions in 2009. 

In 2010 Aimee and her husband re-located to the Pacific Northwest and Aimee began her pelvic floor training through the Herman&Wallace Institute. 

She currently practices in general orthopedics and women's health physical therapy.

Outside of her physical therapy work Aimee loves to swim, bike, run, explore the outdoors, knit, cook, and hang out with her family.