Is your child a baseball pitcher struggling through an injury?

Are you fed up with therapists who do not intimately understand the demands of being a pitcher?

Tired of being told simply "to rest" and being on the disabled list for weeks or months?

Have you tried other rehab programs in the past without success?

Are you looking to maximize your performance in your sport?

These are all questions or situations common to many parents of athletes, and athletes themselves.

The good news is that Kirbach Physical Therapy can help!


Dear Parents and Patients,

On August 2nd I will be relocating to Dublin, California where I will continue to offer the same high-quality one-on-one physical therapy services. I would like to thank my previous patients and their family members for their support over the last year. While I am very excited for this new chapter, I will miss Washingotn and the Great Eastside area.

I am still available for in-person mobile physical therapy visits in the Seattle, Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmon, Issaquah, Sammamish, Renton, and Kent areas until Friday July 30th. Even though I will be residing in California for the forseeable future, I will be maintaining my Washington State PT license and therefore able to provide care via telehealth for anyone who is still interested in the unique services provided by Kirbach Physical Therapy. Assessment of pitching mechanics via analysis of recorded video and live video sessions, exercise prescription and programming, and education regarding return to throwing and pitching programs are all still easily performed virtually while maintaining the same high-quality care others have come to value at Kirbach Physical Therapy.

If you are interested in setting up a telehealth appointment, or would like to know more about this service, please call 425-200-5330 today.


Dr. Alex Kirbach, PT, DPT, CSCS, BRM
Owner/Founder of Kirbach Physical Therapy, PLLC
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Certified Barbell Rehab Method Clinician

Latest Blog Post

When it comes to overhead athletes such as baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, football quarterbacks shoulder and elbow injuries get a lot of media attention. Meanwhile, injuries of the neck, back, abdominals, hip/thigh, knee, lower leg, foot/ankle get a lot less attention. These sports involve the entire body and it is important to not ignore the rest of the body. In fact, dysfunction elsewhere in the body is often a contributing factor to shoulder and elbow injuries.

I have just posted the first blog in my new series "Don't Forget About Me!!" where I address these other less commonly talked about injuries in overhead athletes. These are much read articles for all athletes and active individuals, whether you are currently dealing with an injury or looking to reduce your risk of future injuries.

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What Others Are Saying About Dr. Kirbach

"I highly recommend Alex Kirbach for your physical therapy needs. I needed someone to look at my knee after a pandemic home work fail! He was professional, informative, and gave me a rehab plan that I could follow. If you are looking for a physical therapist that will take the time to teach you and motivate you he is your guy." -Anna A

"I had hurt my back so badly I could barely get out of bed. Alex really helped me get back into things quickly, and within a few short weeks, I was feeling good enough to haul some heavy lumbar around and build a deck. I would highly recommend!"
-Steven K