Nancy Mitrano is the owner of Impact Physical Therapy.
She graduated from the University of Washington in Physical Therapy, a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Alabama and a Teaching degree K-12.
She opened Impact Physical Therapy in 2003 with the emphasis on one on one patient care. It is a multidisciplinary clinic that incorporates Gait Training, Manual Therapy, Post-Operative care, Spine Rehabilitation, Amputee training, Aquatic Therapy, Manual Therapy and Women's Health.
Her interests include: Animals, travel and anything athletic.
Thesis: Triaxial Accelerometer Validity in Estimating Metabolic Rate in Trained Aerobic Dancers. Birmingham, AL. 1986-1987 The effects of Back Support Devices on Hemodynamics During Exercise. Birmingham, AL. 1986. Published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: vol.3,No.1,13-18 Created the Puget Sound Private Practice Alliance 2012
Board member for the Seattle Dance and Performing Arts Medicine.
Board member for the PIMA Medical Institute (Northgate Branch) Seattle,WA.
Member of American Physical Therapy Association, 1989-present
Member of the Private Outpatient Orthopedic Specialty group
President and Founder , Seattle Health and Fitness Professional Association, 1988-1989
Founder of the Puget Sound Private Practice Group, 2011 to present Seattle, WA.
Guest lecturer at the Univ. of WA. PT school and PTA schools.
Member of the APTA Reimbursement committee
Created and implemented the Independent Healthcare Alliance web page
"I went into ImpactPT for an ankle problem that had plagued me for months. It left me basically unable to walk on it after playing a soccer game. Within minutes they had my diagnoses and then fitted my foot for orthopedic insole. After using the insole for a few weeks, there was a noticeable improvement after playing soccer or hiking. Within a couple of months there was absolutely no pain."