Meet Our Therapists

  Josh Laughlin PT, DPT, OCS, ATC

Josh is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist who began his career as an athletic trainer at University of Michigan Medsport prior to earning his doctor of physical therapy degree at Northwestern University.  He also served as the outpatient therapy coordinator at PeaceHealth where he had worked for nearly 9 years.  Josh treats patients of all ages and conditions.  He particularly enjoys treating cervicogenic headaches, neck, shoulder, and sports injuries.  He lives in Ridgefield with his wife and two daughters.  Josh enjoys running and cycling, and is active in outdoor activities including hiking, hunting, and camping.

 Debbie Lehner Warner PT, MPT

Debbie is a Ridgefield native who earned her master’s in physical therapy from the University of Puget Sound.  Debbie has successfully owned and operated Balanced Physical Therapy for the past 15 years as well as co-owned Battleground Physical Therapy for the past three years.  She enjoys working with a variety of patients including women and men with pelvic floor dysfunction, general orthopedic conditions, and people who have failed elsewhere.

 Corrine Prather, P.T.A.

Corrine is a lifelong resident of North Clark County.  She attended Western Washington University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science in 2005.  She then completed her Physical Therapist Assistant degree through Mount Hood Community College in 2008.  Since then she has worked here at Ridgefield Physical Therapy as a PTA.

Corrine enjoys providing injury prevention, manual treatment, exercise progression, and patient education to patients of all ages with a variety of injuries and conditions.  She especially loves the small town and community feel that Ridgefield brings.

Corrine lives in in Yacolt, WA and is married with 2 children.  Her interests include the outdoors, going camping, playing with her yellow lab, reading, and baking with her family.  She also stays busy with her kids sports and maintaining her property.

 Jason Panick PT, DPT

Jason moved to Vancouver from the greater Seattle area. He received his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with a pre-physical therapy emphasis from Western Washington University. He worked as a physical therapy aide in Bellingham for two years before attending and graduating from University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, CA where he earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. Jason works with a variety of patients including outpatient orthopedics, geriatrics and sports injuries. As a former collegiate athlete, he especially enjoys working with baseball, softball, football, and any overhead throwing athlete. He emphasizes manual therapy, exercise, and functional activities in his treatments. Jason believes in continual professional growth and enjoys learning new techniques to give the best care to his patients.

In his free time Jason likes to stay active by playing softball, golfing, and going to the gym. He enjoys spending time with friends and family hosting game nights or seeing the latest movie. As a Seattle native he is a loyal fan to the Mariners, Seahawks and yes, even the Sonics! Jason is looking forward to exploring more of the outdoor activities SW Washington has to offer and he’s excited to serve the Ridgefield community.


Thanks again so much.  I (my back) feel (s) great.    In fact you were able to bless another couple through me.  A senior couple that we know were having trouble with their dryer.  I went over there on Saturday night and spent about 3 hours crouched in their crawlspace cleaning, repairing and reassembling their dryer vent and then contorting myself in their laundry room to reposition and reconnect their vent to the dryer.  At the end of it all the only things that were sore were my quads from swatting/crawling and kneeling in the crawlspace.  There is no way my back would have allowed me to do this before I met you a few weeks ago.    (In fact, I’m typing this on a flight to Alaska this evening.  I’m sitting here 100% pain free (but I have an aisle so I can jump up in a few minutes!)  

PS I shoveled gravel on Thursday to fix a neighbor’s driveway – again pain free.”  – James


“Ridgefield Physical Therapy is as good as it gets. I have the utmost confidence and respect for your PT.”

“Just wanted to say again how great the staff at Ridgefield Physical Therapy treated me during my injury times. Never had such a professional and comforting time. You all made me feel very comfortable and challenged to work through to process of recovery. Would recommend you anytime.”

 “I appreciate your willingness and ability to treat the whole patient.”

 “I feel so fortunate to have been referred to Ridgefield PT. Everyone in the Ridgefield office is very nice, kind, and performs their job well.”

 “I will definitely be back when/ if an occasion arises and will refer you to anyone I know who needs PT. Thanks for everything!”

 “I must admit when my doctor first referred me to Ridgefield Physical Therapy, I was skeptical that a PT office in a small town would have high quality therapy. However, I have been very pleasantly surprised with the level of skilled care you gave and my results. Thank you.”