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Welcome to the Rehabilitation, Sports and Spine Center

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We are pleased to announce that our Edmonds office has moved to Mountlake Terrace. The new address and telephone number is at the top of this page.

The doctor’s and staff of the Rehabilitation Sports and Spine Center are pleased to announce that we are joining Proliance Surgeons effective January 1, 2017. Our doctors, staff, services and locations will remain the same.

Doctors Taylor, Parsons and Seib will continue to work with patients and provide treatment for those experiencing a wide range of symptoms and conditions including muscular pain, back and neck injuries, sports related injuries, joint and limb pain. We will continue to accept most insurance plans, including Motor Vehicle Personal Injury Protection, and Labor and Industries.

We look forward to working with you.

Proliance Surgeons
Everett Office
Mount Lake Terrace Office
Everett Office
3216 Norton Avenue
Suite 101
Everett, WA  98201
Mountlake Terrace Office
6808 220th Street SW
Suite 200
Mountlake Terrace, WA  98043
T: 425.673.3900 Fax: 425.967.6485

If you had any imaging please bring your disks to your appointment.

Our Medical Specialties Include

  • Back/Neck Pain
  • Electrodiagnostics
  • Epidural Steroid or Facet Injection
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Geriatric Rehabilitation
  • L&I (Labor & Industries work related injury)
  • Limb/Joint Pain
  • MVA (motor vehicle accident)
  • Neuro-Muscular Disease
  • Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
Hospital Affiliations
Providence Hospital Medical Center
Latest News:

We are now in Mountlake Terrace
Our Edmonds office has moved to:
6808 220th Street SW, Suite 200
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Tel: 425.967-6480
Fax:  425-967-6485

We are converting our files to EMR (electronic medical records). An EMR is a digital version of a paper chart that contains a patient’s medical history.
Here at RSSC, EMR's will be used by our doctors to assist in providing our
patients with the best diagnosis and treatment available.

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