Siegenthaler joins Kitsap Physical Therapy

Former Kingston resident Hayley Siegenthaler has joined the staff at Kitsap Physical Therapy.

POULSBO — Former Kingston resident Hayley Siegenthaler has joined the staff at Kitsap Physical Therapy.

Siegenthaler graduated with her doctorate in physical therapy from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a graduate of North Kitsap High School and University of Washington.

“Eleven years after graduating from North Kitsap High School, I could not be more grateful to have the opportunity to serve the community I grew up in as a physical therapist,” Hayley said.

For more information on Kitsap Physical Therapy, call 360-779-3777, or visit www.kitsappt.com. The business is located in Poulsbo Village.

 

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