Corley McBeth, DPT


Physical Therapist

Movement Systems Physical Therapy

3221 Eastlake Ave E., Suite 110, Seattle, WA, 98102, United States

(206) 405-1864

Academic Backround

Corley earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science from Gonzaga University. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Columbia University in the City of New York.

Specialties & Certifications

  • Movement System Impairment Syndromes 
  • Postural Restoration 
  • Functional Rehabilitation 

Athletic & Training Background

Corley participated in Women's Rowing at the Division 1 collegiate level. She has been an athlete all of her life and continues to participate in recreational basketball and soccer as well as train for half marathon races. Corley is also involved in CrossFit and weight lifting activities, and this her is primary mode of training currently.

Current Role Working with Athletes

Corley treats a wide variety of athletes and "weekend warriors" in her current position as an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist. She sees patients ranging from adolescent athletes to seasoned veterans. Her clinic is also involved with Highline College Women's Soccer, with the therapists providing the team with their primary source of injury prevention, movement re-training, and rehabilitation.

Professional Philosophy

Corley utilizes the principles of the Movement System Impairment (MSI) theory as her foundation for physical therapy treatment. These syndromes were developed by Shirley Sahrmann, and the examination of mechanical musculoskeletal pain is based on movement patterns and applied kinesiology in order to determine the kinesiopathogical impairments and associated movement dysfunction. Impairments in movement, alignment, muscle length, stiffness, and performance, and pattern of movement are assessed. Treatment focuses on developing and teaching a precise therapeutic exercise program, correcting alignment and movement patterns associated with functional and fitness activities.