Maple Valley Staff - Outpatient Physical Therapy

Maple Valley Staff

Becky Jo Bohlin

Physical Therapist, DPT
Clinic: Maple Valley

“My goal as a physical therapist is to empower my patients to become the best possible version of themselves that they can be and seeing them get back to doing what they love.”

Becky Jo  joined Outpatient Physical Therapy in 2004 and enjoys the hands on work of physical therapy. She is constantly working to improve her manual skills and has taken multiple continuing education courses on a variety of topics. Becky Jo enjoys the friendships she gains with each of her patients and helping her patients return to their prior level of function. Becky Jo enjoys volunteering and has traveled to foreign countries on medical humanitarian aid groups.


  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Utah
  • Masters of Physical Therapy, University of Utah
  • Bachelor Degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University


  • Orthopedics, Manaual Therapy

Interests:  Becky Jo enjoys running, hiking and crafting. She loves to bake cookies & desserts and playing the piano, but mostly, she loves spending time with her family.

Kyle Forbes

Physical Therapist, DPT
Clinic: Maple Valley

 I love that physical therapy is both science and art – the science of movement, the art of building relationships and taking care of people.”

He’s a world traveler and a chef: Kyle has visited 11 countries, and he loves to cook for his wife and neighbors.

Kyle believes physical therapy can benefit everyone. His fascination with the body’s ability to heal and passion for helping people achieve healthy lives without the use of medication drove him to pursue his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.

At OPT, Kyle appreciates the opportunities to serve his community. Positively impacting patients’ lives is the most rewarding thing about being a Physical Therapist for Kyle – he is passionate about helping people improve their health through physical therapy treatment.


  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy, The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.

Interests: Kyle and his wife have 2 rescue dogs.   In his spare time, when he’s not on an airplane or in the kitchen, he enjoys soccer, golf and home improvement projects.

Delores Bergin-LaMotte

Physical Therapist Assistant, PTA
Clinic: Maple Valley

I love seeing our patients at the grocery store and hearing how great they are feeling.”

Delores Bergin-LaMotte has more than 30 years of experience at Outpatient Physical Therapy. Delores has a wealth of knowledge in orthopedics and post-op rehabilitation and continues to “add tools to her toolbox.” Delores enjoys getting to know her patients and to be able to see them in the community where she works and lives.



  • ASA in Physical Therapist Assistant Program, Green River Community College

Interests:  Delores has two adult children and one lovely granddaughter. Delores enjoys cooking, reading, and watching movies.

Colleen Deveraux

Physical Therapist Assistant, PTA
Clinic: Maple Valley

“I use massage and physical therapy to help patients return to full functional ability”

When her husband was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, Colleen became a PTA and an LMP to help him maintain function. She loves being able to use both her physical therapy and massage skills to help patients return to their activities pain free. Colleen values OPT’s 35-year history of community involvement, and the positive reputation the company has earned.

Colleen’s a volunteer firefighter, EMT, Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) and a Licensed Massage Practitioner (LMP). When she’s not helping people, Collen takes care of her 2 dogs, 3 laying hens and rooster. She is also a beekeeper and a gardener.



  • She is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association, and is certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.

Interests:  When she is not taking care of people or animals, Colleen enjoys being involved with her church, spinning wool and operating a ham radio. When she takes time off work, she vacations in her garden and visits her grandkids.

Richelle Gardner

License Massage Therapist
Clinic: Maple Valley

“I find satisfaction knowing massage therapy helps reduce my patients’ pain levels. I like how OPT uses massage in conjunction with PT to assist the patient in a quicker recovery.”

She’s not a big fan of chocolate, but she loves horseback riding, water polo, singing and camping. Richelle also has a horse named Toby, and two dogs, Bella and Gracie.

Because she wanted to help people function better in their daily life, she went to Renton Technical College to become a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMP). At OPT, Richelle loves working as a team with other therapists to help patients accomplish their goals.


  • LMP certification program at Renton Technical College

Interests: After graduating from high school, Richelle spent a month traveling in Europe with her Girl Scout Troop. Now, she loves to vacation in tropical places.

Wesley Smith

Physical Therapist, DPT
Clinic: Maple Valley


He’s an avid college football and basketball fan who loves playing sports of any kind. Wesley strives to be the best physical therapist he can possibly be and is working toward his board certification in Sports Physical Therapy.

After completing his undergraduate degree at Western Kentucky University, Wesley earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the same school. At OPT, he loves the welcoming, family atmosphere and making a difference in the lives of his patients.


  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Western Kentucky University

Interests: When he’s not working or playing sports, Wesley enjoys hiking, long road trips and spending time with friends and family.

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