Shellie Lyden, PT
Shellie Lyden puts patients first, going into each appointment with an open mind and heart. She looks at their whole health to understand their body’s complexities and identify anything that could interfere with recovery. Her goal is to understand her patients’ hopes and expectations and create a plan that helps to relieve discomfort and achieve physical balance. Along the way, she advocates for her patients, empowers them to take charge of their health, and offers suggestions to prevent further musculoskeletal issues.
Shellie cares for adults of all ages. She has a special interest in vestibular rehabilitation, concussion rehabilitation, persistent pain care, and temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) care.
Shellie earned a bachelor of science in physical education at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. She earned a master of physical therapy at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. Before joining Vancouver Clinic she cared for patients at Providence St. Vincent Rehab Services in Portland, Oregon.
Away from work, Shellie loves cooking vegetarian recipes with her grown son. She and her boyfriend enjoy traveling to the coast to kayak, go crabbing, and eat delicious seafood. In the summer they head to Idaho to visit her extended family, swim, and boat on Lake Pend Oreille.