Toppenish Physical Therapy has been providing services in Toppenish for over 25 years and under the Direction of RMTS since 2013. We work with the physicians in our community as well as those in surrounding communities. Through our relationship with physicians, we are able to provide a quality outcome and patient education focus to clients. TPT works with the community, area employers, school districts and student athletes and their parents and coaching staff to assist in a positive outcome. Under the Direction of Angie Meloy, PT, and a great support staff, the clinic has reached out and become a partner facility to the community.
Located on 4th Avenue in Toppenish, in close proximity to physicians and the community hospital our facility offers a comfortable and warm atmosphere for our patient’s recovery from an injury or surgery.
501 West 4th Ave.
Toppenish, WA 98948
Mon, Wed & Thu 8am - 7pm
Tue & Fri 8am - 6 pm
Clinic Director: Angie Meloy
- Orthopedic and Spine Injuries
- Back and Neck Pain
- Joint Replacement
- Stroke and Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Neurological Disorders
- Balance Disorders
- On the Job Injuries
Billing & Payment
- Liberty Mutual
- Zurich America
- Cigna Health Care
- Group Health
- Medicare HMO
- HealhCare Management Administrators
- Pacific Source
- HealthSmart Benefit Solutions
Angie Meloy, Clinic Director PT
Angie was born and raised in the Yakama Valley, graduating from Sunnyside HS. After that, she graduated from Washington State Univeristy with a degree in Biology and then earned her Physical Therapy degree from Eastern Washington Univeristy. Angie is currently attending the Univeristy of Montana earning her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Angie has worked as a PT for over 25 years in many patient care areas, including Outpatient, Acute Inpatient, Skilled Nursing & Inpatient Rehabilitation. Angie has treated all kinds of diagnoses, including orothopedic and neurologic conditions, lymphedema, and many others. Angie loves treating a variety of patients and helping them reach their optimal functional levels through both exercise & manual therapy techniques. Angie enjoys spending time with her family, friends and pets. She likes to take walks, hike, play tennis and travel.
Jill Sauve, Physical Therapy Assistant PTA
Jill Sauve was born and raised in the Yakima Valley. After graduating from Toppenish High School, she attended both Washington State University and Green River Community College to become a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. With twenty-nine years of experience, Jill has practiced in acute care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing, and aquatic therapy settings. She specializes in neurological, chronic pain, orthopedic, pre/post-surgery, balance, and sports-injury disorders across all age groups. Her certifications as a personal trainer and aquatic fitness instructor, as well as a certificate in chronic pain and sports massage, additionally qualify her to provide exceptional patient care. Jill’s faith and family are important in her life. She enjoys yardwork, sewing, and crafts. Jill is dedicated to her position as a Physical Therapist Assistant and is looking forward to serving the Toppenish Physical Therapy community.
Vicki Hagan, Occupational Therapy Assistant COTA
Vicki Hagen has worked as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA) in the Lower Valley for the last 10 years. She has two degrees from Yakima Valley Community College: an Associate Degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant and an Associate of Science Degree. Vicki works in the outpatient clinic in the afternoons, and enjoys working with people with shoulder, elbow and hand injuries. During the school year Vicki also works with children in the Toppenish and Granger school districts, helping them with sensory processing, strengthening, learning how to write and how to adapt to their environment in appropriate ways to make them successful in school. Vicki enjoys continuously learning and likes that her profession requires her to complete 36 hours of continuing education for her COTA license every 2 years. Some of her skills include manual massage, kinesio taping of the upper extremity, and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM). These therapy skills help her patients to have decreased pain and increased range of motion so they can return to their regular activities of daily living. When she’s not working, Vicki enjoys gardening, reading and playing with her two cats.