We are a local, privately-owned PT clinic started by Sean & Diane Freeman. We’ve been in this clinic for over 15 years and pride ourselves on treating our patients like family.
We spend one- on -one time with each patient and use a team, whole-body approach to getting patients back to a healthy, functional pain-free lifestyle. We treat you like family– and we see repeat returns over the years. Friends and family referrals are what keeps us growing!
We treat everything from acute and chronic orthopedic and sports related injuries to neurological conditions and more.
Sean Freeman, DPT, OCS
Sean has been practicing physical therapy for more than 25 years.
He was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, where he got his BA at Villanova University and his Masters in PT from Arcadia University. He has recently acquired his Doctorate degree.
After working in the PT field for several years, Sean traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii. There he met his wife, Diane, while she was in PTA school. He worked and managed a large corporate Physical Therapy clinic and was the inaugural team therapist for the indoor arena football league, Hawaiian Islanders, 2002-2004.
Sean and Diane relocated to the Pacific Northwest in 2005 and acquired the clinic they are in today. Since founding Centennial Sports & Physical Therapy, Sean has become known for his progressive approach to orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. Sean has volunteered his time as team therapist for Freeman High School, Football and Basketball teams since 2006.
Sean enjoys all the activities the PNW offers, mostly skiing with his 2 kids, playing ice hockey, fishing and volleyball.
Rod Strom, PT, CHT
Rod has 35 years of physical therapy experience. He is also a Certified Hand Therapist. He graduated from University of Washington and has had extensive training in the evaluation and rehabilitation of injured workers.
His specialty is performing Functional Capacity Evaluations and treating injured workers in the acute stages of injury, as well as preparing them for return to work through Work Conditioning Programs. He has consulted for several local businesses providing ergonomic assessments of workers work stations and has provided options to improve the ergonomics of the work site.
He is a firm believer in, and advocate of injury prevention and preventative education.
Rod enjoys snow skiing, bicycling, swimming and dancing with his wife of 36 years. They have two daughters and four grandchildren whom they enjoy spending time with.
Diane Freeman PTA
Diane is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant with over 18 years of experience. She is also trained as a massage therapist with an emphasis in deep tissue work and myofascial release.
Diane enjoys seeing patients return again and again, over the years, to receive treatment. She, along with her husband Sean, enjoys doing things with their children, cooking, hiking and traveling.
Casandra Moeser, PTA, LMT
“Casi” (pronounced KAY-CEE) joined our team in January 2019 as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has over 10 years of experience as a Licensed Massage Therapist. Her passion is in manual therapy and patient care.
Casi is a Spokane native, graduating from East Valley High School. She moved to Phoenix, Arizona where she obtained her PTA degree but missed the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and moved back to Washington.
Out of the office, Casi enjoys cooking, camping, kayaking, doing home remodeling and going on adventures with her husband and two dogs.
Dana Thomsen, PT Aide
Dana has worked in the physical therapy industry for over 35 years in and around Spokane, WA. She has been with Centennial Sports & Physical Therapy since day one, over 15 years ago.
Dana is an integral part of our patients’ experience and always goes the extra mile to make them feel welcomed and appreciated. She really enjoys working with patients and helping them get better.
Dana and her husband enjoy traveling, hiking, swimming and the great outdoors.
Karen joined our team in June of 2015 as our patient care coordinator and front office manager. She attended Eastern Washington University for Health Services Administration.
Karen has worked over 20 years in the healthcare industry and loves working in an office that has patient-centered care. You can hear the sincerity and kindness in her voice when you call Centennial PT.
On the weekends, Karen can be found watching her kids’ soccer games, and organizing soccer trips as their team manager. She also loves hiking, camping and kayaking in the Pacific Northwest.