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Dr. Theodore Becker

Everett Pacific Industrial Rehabilitation
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Phone: 425-353-9300
Fax: 425-290-3688

E.P.I has created specific rehabilitation programs that are designed to:

Supplement return to work initiatives
Prepare for return to full work status
Be flexible and accomodating to work schedules

E.P.I, Everett Pacific Industrial Rehabilitation, is the premier evaluative and rehabilitation facility based in the Pacific Northwest specializing in advanced biomechanical/physiological procedures developed to facilitate patient recovery.

The center's founder and current director is Dr. Theodore Becker, eminent former head trainer of the United States Swimming Olympic Team. In conjunction with this distinction, Dr. Becker's career includes:

  • Inventor/Patent holder of calibration devices to assure accuracy of muscle test dynamometers
  • Contributor to professional journals and texts including Clinics in Sports Medicine, Spine, Federation Proceedings and Clinical Management
  • Adjunct faculty for human performance curriculum, State Universities of Washington
  • Faculty Seminar Contributor University of Washington Medical School
  • Faculty appointments at: Indiana University, University of Illinois and University of Texas
    Research Award Recipient:
  • NADEP-SANDELL Research Award,
  • NATA Outstanding Research Award
  • Rehabilitation consultant for baseball's St. Louis Cardinals professional athletic training staff
  • Certified athletic trainer
  • Cardiac exercise technologist
  • Disability examiner

E.P.I has been a preferred rehabilitation site for the medical/chiropractic community since its inception in 1985, providing state-of-the-art evaluation/rehabilitation. Services include:

  • Comprehensive spinal/limb isokinetic evaluation/rehabilitation
  • High speed digitizing analysis of spinal/limb biomechanics
  • Full spectrum muscle speed analysis
  • Primary supplemental strength restoration approach to injuries
  • Full service physical rehabilitation approach to the deconditionaing syndrome