Mallory was great in explaining the injury our son had from playing hockey. She put together a great plan to strengthen the muscle and get him back onto the ice even stronger than before.
Dr. Mallory Berschauer
PT, DPT, OCS
Mallory is a Wenatchee native who moved back to the valley after practicing Outpatient Orthopedic physical therapy in the Seattle area for over nine years.
Vision & Patient Care
Mission Peak Physical Therapy was created out of Mallory’s passion for both the field of physical therapy and the people of the Wenatchee Valley. She desired to bring a unique physical therapy and wellness clinic to the area where clients will receive excellent and efficient results.
With an emphasis on personalized care, Mallory enjoys treating clients of all ages and fitness levels. Her favorite aspect of physical therapy care is educating, encouraging, and empowering clients to achieve their goals as a key team member in their own health or injury journey. She finds that compassionate care paired with a listening ear go a long way in helping to improve the therapeutic relationship and ensure clients receive the highest quality of care.
Education & Experience
Mallory graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and then went to graduate school at Eastern Washington University where she received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
She places a high value on continued education and has completed over 500 hours of continued education coursework during her career.
To further her education, she trained through the Herman Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute to expand her experience in treating Women's Health conditions such as prenatal and postpartum related conditions, pelvic pain, and urinary incontinence.
Additionally, she received training through Pacific Northwest Pilates Education Center for the STOTT PILATES Rehab Program, learning to integrate Pilates based exercise into the rehabilitation setting.
In 2018 she received her board certification in Orthopedics through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties, this required over 2,000 hours of direct patient care in the Orthopedic setting as well as studying and sitting for a rigorous examination.