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Angela Maxwell, DPT Providence-employed provider


Physical Therapy
4833 Tumwater Valley Dr
Ste 150
Tumwater, WA 98501
P: (360) 493-4160
F: (360) 493-4163

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  • Orthopaedics
  • Women’s health/pelvic floor physical therapy (APTA Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Level I and II)
  • Currently treating:
    • Urinary incontinence (stress or urge)
    • Diastasis recti
    • Post partum
    • Urinary urgency
    • Urinary frequency
    • Pelvic organ prolapse
    • Pelvic floor weakness
    • Pain with intercourse
    • Pelvic pain
    • Fecal incontinence
    • Rectal pain
    • Coccyx/tailbone pain
    • Chronic constipation


Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Eastern Washington University, 2013


Outpatient Orthopaedics, Physical Therapy Associates, Spokane, WA
Outpatient Orthopaedics and Acute Care, St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center, Twin Falls, ID
Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation, Gwen Nielsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center, Twin Falls, ID


Professional Organizations

  • Member, American Physical Therapy Association
  • Member, Women's Health Section of American Physical Therapy Association
  • Member, Physical Therapy Association of Washington



  • Member, PEO Sisterhood 2016
  • Co-founder of Run Amok Irish Running Club, Centralia-Chehalis, WA
  • Co-founder, Rain Warriors 5K Club, Olympia, WA

Medical Interests

Pursing specialty in Women's Health/Pelvic Floor Physical therapy

Personal Interests

My personal treatment philosophy is to treat the whole patient using individual assessment of movement patterns, posture, endurance and strength.

I enjoy running, hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, reading and gardening. I think promoting sustainable lifetime activity is vital for the overall health of my patients. I think community involvement is an important social responsibility and I work to make my community a happier and more stable environment for all its members. I am interested in preventing obesity and developing early intervention for adolescent and childhood obesity.