Michael Domingo, DPT
Michael Domingo is the owner and founder of GO PT. He started GO PT as a solo home health practitioner in 2015. With a quickly growing schedule he transitioned to a small room inside of a Mixed Martial Arts gym in South Lake Union in 2016, with two part-time members joining the team. At the beginning of 2017, Michael opened up GO PTs independent South Lake Union location with only 1 other therapist by his side, and by the end of 2017 we had a total team of 8 passionate Physical Therapists.
At GO PT we pride ourselves in evidence based practice, 1 on 1 care, with a focus on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise. We believe in getting a deep understanding of you as a patient in order to best tailor your therapy with the intricacies of your life and goals in mind. We believe that your goals with Physical Therapy are our goals, and strive to ensure you have the best experience from beginning to end. We believe our rapid growth is in large part due to our local community’s recognition that we hold ourselves to these high standards.
Michael was born and raised in Florida. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami in 2012. Michael worked with professional and college athletes early in his practice, which gave him a strong interest in manual therapy, orthopedics, and sports rehab. Immediately after his graduation he moved to the state of Washington to begin an Orthopedic Residency program through Evidence in Motion and became a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS) in 2015.
Michael works well with a multitude of body parts and orthopedic conditions, but he works especially well with shoulders and knees. He loves working with a wide variety of patients with both familiar and novel activities, but has an affinity towards climbers, swimmers, hikers, tennis, and baseball players.
Michael uses regional interdependence theories to take in a big picture of a patient’s potential issues. He then uses manual therapy and therapeutic exercises to maximize a patient’s mobility, motor control, strength among multiple other metrics to decrease a patient’s pain and symptoms and optimize their activity performance.
Michael’s main athletic activities include tennis, swimming, and strength training. However, since moving to Washington, he has taken advantage of many outdoor activities that were not previously available to him back home, including snowboarding and hiking. Music is also a passion of his. Michael mainly plays guitar, piano, and drums.
South Lake Union
GO PTs first standalone brick and mortar location. We are conveniently located in between South Lake Union and Downtown so that our patients can easily fit in our concierge level physical therapy services into their work week. Many of our patients are able to walk to our clinic, but for those who would rather drive, we provide validated parking for the lot directly under our building. Please visit our services page for a more comprehensive list of this clinic’s equipment and services.
201 Yale Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98109
We validate parking for the Alley 24 Garage on John St.
Open Monday – Friday, 7am - 7pm
GO PT has started its first satellite location as of January 2019, inside of the Flow Fitness gym in Fremont. We are very excited about this partnership as this space is in line with our passion to work with elite athletes. Flow Fitness is proudly the official training gym for the Seattle Women’s Pro Soccer team, the Seattle Reign. With their high end equipment and space, including turf for running drills and sled work, combined with the leadership of one of our very talented Physical Therapists, Arianne Mason (Division I College Soccer player, PT for Seattle Sounders FC II in 2017), we look forward to offering elite level PT services for patients ranging from high end athletes to the deconditioned desk workers. Please visit our services page for a more comprehensive list of this clinic’s equipment and services.
710 N 34th St,
Seattle, WA 98103
Located inside of the Flow Fitness gym
Pay for Parking available at Lot 83
Adjacent to Flow Fitness on the east side
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7am - 5pm
Christina Palumbo, DPT
Christina comes from New Jersey originally, graduating in 2011 with a B.S. in Exercise Science and Sports Studies from Rutgers University and then in 2014 with her doctorate from Rutgers University. Since graduating, her career has focus mainly on treating in the orthopedic and sports physical therapy, however she has worked in acute care and skilled nursing facilities both in New Jersey and the greater Seattle area. She has experience with post-op TKRs, THAs, and ACLs, as well as a variety of neuromuscular diseases such as CP, Muscular Dystrophy, Parkinson’s and even strokes. She has an affinity to working with runners and volleyball players and has been a volunteer running coach for Girls on the Run of NJ and on the medical staff for local events in Seattle, such as the AVP tour. Christina has given talks at her local gym in body mechanics to personal trainers to help improve the training received by the patrons. Outside of work she enjoys running, hiking, biking, and watching hockey.
Kathleen Miller, PT
Kathleen grew up in the Midwest and Southeast. After graduating from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 1995, she traveled as a PT in the Northeast, spent 20 years in Sarasota, FL and now is making the PNW her home. Out-patient orthopedics has been Kathleen’s passion, treating all ages with significant experience in shoulders, hips, knees and gait mechanics. It is imperative to her that treatment becomes a team effort and ultimately then the patient’s responsibility to learn self care. This can be at any level of ability or stage in life. A few good things go a long way!
Manual therapy and functional strengthening/stabilization is her approach to restore normal bio-mechanics. Then, implementing a program with a global approach to the patient’s body, will enable the most optimal scenario for a full recovery and return to prior level of function/sport.
Her greatest desire as a PT is that the patient be able to continue their path to becoming a stronger, more healthy individual, well beyond their time as a patient. Outside of work, Kathleen enjoys spending time with her husband, day hiking, running/exercising, exploring everything new in the PNW and life.
Arianne Mason, DPT, SCS, RISPT
Lynelle Decker, DPT
Lynelle grew up in the Midwest and Northwest. In 2016 she graduated with a B.S. in Applied Human Biology from Seattle Pacific University where she competed on both the Cross Country and Indoor/Outdoor Track teams. She attended Franklin Pierce University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program at their satellite location in Goodyear, AZ and graduated in 2019. Her career focus has been in orthopedics and sports physical therapy.
Lynelle is interested in continuing her work with athletes, specifically with runners, lifters, or beginners hoping to use either to achieve fitness goals. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, running, drawing, lifting, and hiking.
Brian Marsh, DPT, OCS
Outside of work, Brian enjoys hiking, downhill skiing, weight-lifting, cooking, and brewing his own beer and ciders.
Andrew Wilson, DPT
Andrew has a background in exercise science as well as PT, originally coming from Seattle. He graduated from Bond Universitires PT program on the Gold Coast in Australia. He has a competitive swimming, tennis and skiing background, which help him relate to athletes/employees alike and their treatment goals for returning to work, sport or other activities.
He takes a whole body approach to injuries, focusing on compensation throughout the body to improve whole body biomechnial movement. Andrew strives with precision to help patients achieve a better quality of life thorugh manual techniques and functional rehabilitation.
Gene Kopyt, MPT
Gene is Russian born and a long time resident of Seattle. He received his Bachelors of Science degree from Western Washington University in 2000 and his Masters in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University in 2003. Like the other clinicians at GO PT, Gene has a specific interest in manual therapy and has taken classes through the University of St. Augustine in the Stanley Paris Technique.
Gene believes his greatest role as a physical therapist is to empower his patients with the tools and the education they need to continue the healing process away from the clinic. The greatest success is achieved when the patient no longer has to rely on the therapist.
I was born and raised in Washington. I graduated from high school in 1995. I received my certificate in Medical Assisting in 2000, and my certificate as a Medical Office Specialist in 2002. I have worked in the medical field for 20 years in various physician’s offices, hospitals and specialty clinics, and I have been doing medical billing for 6 years.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my three sons, my family and friends. I am very spontaneous and I go with flow. I love what life has to offer.