Our expert therapists
At 5focus we believe you don't have to live in pain or avoid the activities you love to do. Our experienced therapists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to heal your body and improve your quality of life. We’ll work together to create an exceptional experience customized to meet your goals and lifestyle.
Gary brings 17 years of structural bodywork experience and a passion for helping clients develop balance by addressing the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of life. As a licensed massage therapist, with special expertise in Soma Neuromuscular Integration® Massage & Fascial Stretch therapy, Gary works with clients to improve the balance in their lives through movement, breath, freedom, calmness, and serenity.
Dr. Mansoori completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Washington, followed by her Orthopaedic Residency at the University of Southern California, and Division I Sports Physical Therapy Fellowship at Duke University. After working under various world re-known coaches at Duke, Shireen returned home to Seattle in 2015. She is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist and has an extensive background in working with various NBA, NFL, and NCAA athletes with injuries both in the clinic and athletic training room setting. Shireen also enjoys working with athletes of all ages and competitive levels with complex spinal and extremity injuries, incorporating a number of manual therapy, bio-mechanical, and therapeutic exercise techniques. Her current research topics includes the use of athlete monitoring systems in rehabilitation for high performance athletes, concussion rehabilitation, and intra-articular and extra-articular hip pathologies.
As a licensed massage therapist, Jacquie brings years of experience to her treatment sessions through having both given and received thousands of hours of bodywork. Her passion and expertise lie in working with the fascia in our bodies to better help people move through their lives with greater freedom and joy. She loves being part of people's commitment to health and wellbeing. A native of the east coast, Jacquie moved to Seattle in 2008 and enrolled in and graduated from Cortiva Institute's advanced program in massage therapy. During her career she has continued studying with some of the most successful bodyworkers in Seattle's massage therapist community.
Massage therapy was a passion brought on initially by Brian's congenital joint problems and accumulative stresses of more than a decade of commercial fishing. Brian felt energetically drained and anxious of the potential consequences of the chronic pain issues that had for a long time limited him. His body had become a source of dread of what the future might hold. However, a fateful meeting with an accomplished massage master led to a transformative bodywork session, at the end of which Brian knew that he had to practice massage himself.
Many bodywork sessions later and with the aid of numerous physical practices, Brian now has greater strength and less pain than at any time in his life. This success is something he would like to share with clients, many who like himself may fear the degradation of their bodies due to stress and aging.
As a Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Jennifer has extensive outpatient rehabilitation experience with individuals of all ages and with varying degrees of injury complexity. She has worked with athletes at all levels, to include youth developmental team members for US Track and Field, high school and NCAA athletes, and those at the professional level within the NFL, NBA, and MLB. Additionally, Jennifer has worked to provide on-site coverage for professional dancers and vocalists traveling with off-Broadway productions. She is a musculoskeletal consultant for firefighter fitness exams in the Seattle area. Jennifer holds a personal interest in bio-mechanical running assessment and post-surgical rehabilitation. She is a member of the Seattle Pediatric Sports Medicine group, working with local physicians, surgeons, athletic trainers, coaches, and physical therapists to develop an ACL Prevention Program for youth athletes. She enjoys contributing to the profession by serving as an item writer for the National Physical Therapy Exam, and has spent much of her time working with local agencies to support fund-raising efforts for disabled youth and local foster children.