OMC physical therapists certified

Chris Shaw, Cortney Hutmacher earn certification

Cortney Hutmacher

Cortney Hutmacher

PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center announced that Chris Shaw and Cortney Hutmacher have been certified as clinical specialists in orthopaedic physical therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.

Shaw and Hutmacher are therapists with Olympic Medical Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation.

Chris Shaw

Chris Shaw

Candidates for certification must submit evidence of clinical practice in orthopedic physical therapy and pass an examination on the specialized knowledge of orthopedic rehabilitation.

Certifications are valid for 10 years and Shaw, who has been with the center since 2004, earned recertification.

Hutmaker, who joined OMC in 2018, earned her initial certification.

For more information, visit www.olympicmedical.org.

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