Matthew Christensen, DPT


Matthew earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2020 and earned his Bachelor of Arts from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota in 2015. While attending St. Olaf, he was the captain of the Men’s tennis team and has experience coaching tennis as well. Matthew brings several years of experience competing in and coaching Olympic Weightlifting and also enjoys working with Crossfitters and powerlifters. He has a special interest in treating sport-related injuries, but loves working with all individuals across the age and activity spectrum to achieve their goals. Matthew is originally from Thailand and is still fairly new to Washington (he will take any and all food and hiking recommendations). Outside of the clinic Matthew enjoys Weightlifting, hiking, reading, and learning to bake.


“I had a great experience with Matt at Biojunction in West Seattle. Initially I came for PT to heal a broken elbow. Matt was courteous and well-informed, worked me just hard enough to make a difference but not hard enough to really hurt. He gave me good advice and systematic exercises to take home and do. He was unfailingly encouraging; I particularly appreciated not getting guilt-tripped when I didn’t always do my homework.
I was so impressed, I asked for another referral to work on my balance and ankle strength (part of the cause of the broken elbow). Again Matt was very good at listening to my concerns, figuring out what I needed to work on, and giving me exercises that helped increase my strength. I feel that I now have a resource for any kind of PT I may need down the road.
Biojuntion was recommended to me by someone pretty picky with a rotatory-cuff injury, and I would definitely recommend them to anyone needing help living in my area. Actually I am already bugging a friend to get a referral to help with her walking and balance.”
– E. Sparks