Ashley Rojan | PT, DPT, LAT, ATC


Ashley Rojan graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Evansville, and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound. She has worked as an Athletic Training Intern for the WNBA's Seattle Storm, the Seattle Sounders Academy Soccer Program, and spent her senior year with the University of Evansville NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball team. While earning her DPT, Ashley also worked part-time as an ATC for the University of Puget Sound's Athletic department where she treated and worked with athletes from all sports teams. As a competitive soccer player, she overcame 3 major knee surgeries and a traumatic back injury.  These injuries have allowed her to understand the challenges that injured and rehabbing athletes face, and what it takes to get them back onto the field.  Ashley specializes in Functional Movement Screen, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and is Y-Balance Certified.


Joan Boesel | PT, DPT


Joan Boesel is the owner of Sports Medicine Institute with over 27 years of experience in the field of sports medicine, orthopedic physical therapy and athletic performance. She has successfully treated world class and professional athletes from a variety of organizations including the MLB, NFL, NHL, MLS, AVP, FIVB, USOC, NBA, Major Professional Tennis Championships, as well as collegiate, high school and youth athletes. Joan specializes in injuries of the shoulder and elbow joints in the overhead athlete, developing a comprehensive rehabilitation protocol including return to throwing program to meet the athlete's specific needs. Joan was a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and a graduate of the Ola Grimsby Institute for Manual Therapy. Joan was a member of the Oregon State University Women's Softball Team.

Natalie Jones | PT, DPT


​Natalie Jones earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University and has successfully treated patients ranging from youth to professional athletes. Prior to receiving her DPT, Natalie also attended APU as an undergraduate earning a Bachelors Degree in Sports Psychology. With an understanding of psychology, Natalie has had the opportunity to apply the skills learned from the field of psychology to the physical rehabilitation setting. While completing her undergraduate studies, Natalie was also a member of Azusa Pacific University's Women's Softball Team and had to overcome a shoulder injury that required her to receive physical therapy treatment. Since she is a former physical therapy patient, she understands both the mental and physical obstacles patients encounter during physical therapy rehabilitation.