Becky Rousseau PT, DPT
Physical Therapist, PT Lead
Becky grew up in Massachusetts and is a new arrival to the Pacific NW. She had always wanted to work in healthcare or in service to others. Growing up as a dancer, Becky had injuries that landed her in PT throughout the years.
She was lucky to have a high school internship in pediatric PT/OT and fell in love with teaching kids how to walk, jump and explore their environment independently. After learning about Pediatric PT, Becky knew without a doubt that it would be her career path.
She went on to attend American International College in Western MA, where she earned a BS in Health Science and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She is continuing her PT training in TMR (Total Motion Release) for Tots, to further improve functional outcomes for patients.
In therapy, Becky loves being able to play like a kid but with a therapist mindset, while making supportive connections with patient families. She brings a fun, exciting, playful approach to physical therapy at BPHT.
In her free time, you can find Becky on the trails hiking, backpacking or skiing. She also loves traveling and cooking new vegetarian recipes.
Meghan Patton PT, DPT
Meghan grew up in Maryland and attended school in North Carolina. She recently moved to the Pacific NW and is excited to be living on the West coast.
Meghan has always wanted to be a PT. Since a young age, she knew she wanted to work in health care and loved that physical therapists actually spend time with patients, teaching them how to build foundational skills and confidence.
She received a B.S. in Exercise Science then a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at High Point University in NC. She has worked at pediatric clinics and as a swim coach, with specialty training in aquatic therapy, serial casting, and gait analysis in children. Meghan brings her unique experiences to the BPHT team to help serve more children through our PT program.
In her own words, Meghan says that treating pediatric patients feels like playing a game with her favorite kids. She loves that small progress in therapy can lead to big changes in children’s lives.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dog, snowboarding, reading, and cooking new exciting foods.
Katrina Shull, PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Katrina earned her Bachelor’s in Sociology from UW and her PT Assistant (PTA) degree from Lake Washington Institute of Technology. She had a clinical rotation at Seattle Children’s and discovered that pediatrics was the path for her.
Since childhood, Katrina has been intrigued by the human body. She was a dedicated ballet dancer growing up and aspired to become a professional dancer. But an injury forced her to re-evaluate her path. She received PT to recover, which sparked her interest in this field. Now as a PTA, she loves using her knowledge of the human body to help others heal and live fuller lives.
Katrina has always loved kids, and her goal is to continually find new ways to make physical therapy fun. The #1 reason she loves being a pediatric PTA? Helping children achieve goals that can make a huge impact on their lives. She is excited to continue building her knowledge base while growing as a clinician at BPHT.
In her free time, Katrina loves hiking, biking, and doing all things outdoors with her fiancé, taking dance classes, playing with her cat, and doing calligraphy.