Primary Office:

Centralia, Grand Mound

Alex Cox

Physical Therapist

Alex was born and raised in Chehalis, Washington, with 2 older sisters and graduated from W.F. West high school in 2014. During his time at W.F. West, Alex participated in football, basketball and baseball and spent his summers participating in football camps & playing Legion baseball. Alex participated in collegiate football at Montana State University – Northern in Havre, Montana during his freshman year of college and transferred to Centralia Community college to play collegiate baseball during his sophomore year. Alex then transferred to Washington State University where he earned his Bachelor of science degree in Exercise Science with a major in Kinesiology. During his time at WSU, Alex enjoyed attending football & baseball games, participating in intramural sports and gained further interest in pursuing his career of physical therapy.

Alex attended Physical Therapy school at Franklin Pierce University in Goodyear, Arizona where he and his wife, Sydney, lived for 2 years while he attended school. Alex and Sydney enjoyed their time in the desert attending Spring Training Baseball games, the Waste Management Open, hiking and trekking up north to the cities of Sedona & Prescott. While attending Franklin Pierce University, Alex gained experience in Outpatient Orthopedics and Skilled Nursing Facility during his clinical rotations.

Alex and Sydney decided they were ready to get out of the desert and head back home to WA in November of 2021 where Alex completed his final clinical rotation at Centralia Physical Therapy. Alex graduated from Franklin Pierce University in February of 2022 and has remained at our Centralia facility treating a variety of patients. Alex enjoys working with athletes, pre-professional dancers, post-concussive syndrome patients and all other walks of life.

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