Ben Kevan, DPT, FAAOMPT


Ben's education background includes a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and undergraduate degree in Excerise Science both from University of Puget Sound. With specialized training/certification through an Orthopedic Residency and Fellowship focusing on manual therapy techniques and neuromuscular movement mechanics, Ben feels fortunate to help people move efficiently and understand more about ways to treat their bodies for a long, active, and fulfilling life. His strong emphasis of manual techniques coupled with teaching optimal movements has helped patients recover from injury and pain to move and function. In Ben's free time, he enjoys going on runs around the Tacoma community and appreciates getting outside with his wife and 3 children to take in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest any chance he gets. 

"Kristi’s weekly bootcamp has truly gotten me out of my comfort zone. I started attending with my family a few months ago. My first couple of times I was so ore! At times I became discouraged, but I just pushed through! I keep coming every week I am available. There’s no shaming if you must miss a week. You can even have someone go on your behalf if you miss a week. Since starting Kristi’s bootcamp I’ve said yes to other fitness opportunities I would have previously turned down. I now workout EVERYDAY and I’ve lost over 20 lbs since I first started coming. Thanks Kristi and to my family for introducing mw to this awesome bootcamp!"

− Amanda

"I’m really glad I am going to A2. My PT Danny is very knowledgeable and courteous. He pin-pointed the area affected in my hip and back. We are working to improve my strength, range of motion and ultimately lessen my pain with Danny’s wide range of stretches and strength techniques to improve my quality of life. So far in the three weeks that I’ve been enrolled I’m very impressed with A2 Physical Therapy. Thanks Danny!"

− Sean

"The therapy did exactly as I had hoped, it helped alleviate my shoulder pain, and stopped the numbness from creeping down my arm to my hand. The exercises I was shown had the added benefit of helping keep my neck and traps loose and not so tense all the time. A great experience that I would recommend to anyone needing physical therapy."

− C. Wesley