A2 Physical Therapy News


A2s 1st Annual 5K at Titlow

March 27, 2022 | A2s 1st Annual 5K at Titlow
Sun came out for our first annual run/walk 5k today!  Lots of smiles on the faces of our friends, family and co-workers as we gathered to celebrate health, wellness and FUN this... ...Read More


A2's First Annual 5k at the Titlow Trails

March 22, 2022 | A2's First Annual 5k at the Titlow Trails
We are excited to announce our first annual 5K run/walk on March 27th 2022 through the Titlow Park Trails. This is open to clients & staff, family and friends in the community... ...Read More


The Popular “Prescription” is Exercise!

March 22, 2022 | The Popular “Prescription” is Exercise!
By Carrie McKewan, A2 Physical Therapy fitness ambassador We know physical activity goes hand in hand with good health. Studies show people generally live longer and healthier lives when they are active. Even 30... ...Read More


New Location in Gig Harbor!

September 15, 2021 | New Location in Gig Harbor!
A2 Physical Therapy opened a second PT clinic in Gig Harbor next to Met Market at 4904 Point Fosdick Drive NW. We are accepting new clients Monday thru Friday 7:30am until 6:30pm.... ...Read More


Quiet Mind for Kids Book

September 14, 2021 | Quiet Mind for Kids Book
Alika Antone, owner and lead therapist of A2 Physical Therapy launched a children's book called "Quiet Mind for Kids." This project was a collaboartion between Collin Henderson (Mental Performance Coach) and Alika... ...Read More


March 8, 2021 | When Should Kids Start Strength Training?
By Alika Antone As the father of four young kids, a physical therapist, and a gym owner, our children get regular gym time. And strength training is part of that.  I am often asked... ...Read More


February 15, 2021 | Privacy Policy
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January 14, 2020 | Happy 2020! Let Us Help You Conquer Your Goals
By Carrie McKewan Personal Fitness Trainer -- A2 Physical Therapy The holiday season can be a chaotic time, but I hope you were able to find moments of calm. Whether that was a hike... ...Read More


December 31, 2019 | Achieving Health and Happiness
Five Tips to Slay Your 2020 Goals Did you improve your level of health and happiness in 2019? What are your goals in 2020? Here are some tips to help you find your... ...Read More


December 18, 2019 | Approach the Holidays with a Healthy Mindset
By Carrie McKewan, A2 Personal Fitness Trainer     It doesn’t matter how committed you are to your diet or exercise plan; the holidays are going to interrupt your daily routine. From holiday parties, to... ...Read More


 
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"I started at A2 about mid-July and I am in the 9:00 am Friday class. A2 has opened me up to new levels of a workout. There is no “golden Standard”. Everyone goes to the best of their abilities. I feel like I can workout without being judged. In my class there are my mom, dad, aunt Lori, aunt Amber, my cousin Mandy and our newest addition Randy. Kristi is always encouraging us to give our all. She is never telling us that we aren’t doing the workout right. Instead she helps us grow by kindly telling us if we do it this way we will get more out of it and she always helps us get there. I decided to do cross country this year and I feel like I can go and be successful and strong because of my A2 workout. Thank you so much for helping me grow in my health."

− Genevieve

"Thank you, thank you, thank you so much for all that you have done to help me get better. What I admire the most is that you have a kind, caring, outstanding staff that not only listens to what is going on with us but goes the extra mile to help each of us achieve our goals. Danny and Alika never, never, never gave up on me and helped me reclaim my life. I love all of you dearly."

− C. Marez

"My experience was great. Pain in my lower right quadrant of my back is virtually gone. This has improved my quality of life tremendously. Everyone I had contact with was very courteous and helpful. Special thanks to Alika and Danny for helping me learn exercises that have helped my back. Thank you."

− Ken