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Michael A. Haberpointner, PT, DPT

Michael Haberpointer
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Temple University
  • Master of Physical Therapy, University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Bachelor of Science, Physiological Psychology, University of Washington
  • President / Owner of Active Life Physical Therapy, LLC
  • Member of American Physical Therapy Association - APTA (National and WA chapters)
  • Member of Private Practice Section - APTA
  • Certified Clinical Instructor - APTA

Specialties: Balance Disorders, Orthopedics, Spinal Rehabilitation

Philosophy of Care: Dr. Haberpointner believes in giving his patients the best care possible by applying the latest quality research to his daily practice and giving complete one-one-one care. "It is an exciting time for the profession as the medical computer age has transformed the way we practice. We now have access to the research before it is in print. This leads to better patient outcomes in using proven evaluation and treatment techniques."

Hobbies: Dr. Haberpointner loves the northwest outdoors and sports. Outside of clinic, you might catch him hiking, fishing, crabbing, running or playing tennis. He is a season ticket holder to UW football and Seattle Sounders.

Timothy M. Mansour, PT, DPT

Timothy Mansour
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Pacific University
  • Bachelor of Science, Exercise and Sports Science, Oregon State University
  • Member of American Physical Therapy Association - APTA (National and WA chapters)
  • Member of Orthopedic, Research, and Health Policy sections - APTA
  • Member of National Society of Leadership and Success

Tim grew-up in Portland Oregon. He developed an interest in physical therapy when rehabbing from injuries as a competitive gymnast. Tim began college at Oregon State University as an engineering major but decided that engineering was not for him. It was a very easy decision to switch to physical therapy. While at OSU, Tim continued to follow his passion for gymnastics as the President of the OSU Gymnastics Club. After graduating from OSU, Tim went on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Pacific University. During his time at Pacific University, Tim spent time volunteering within and outside the PT profession earning him Pacific PT’s Community Service Award.

Hobbies:He developed a love for the outdoors while hiking and camping with his family in the Pacific Northwest and National Parks throughout the country. Tim is interested in nature photography. The beauty of Port Ludlow was a big draw for him. He joined Active Life Physical Therapy in August and made the move up from Oregon to Washington. He has enjoyed hiking, backpacking, taking pictures, and even found a gym in the area to do gymnastics. Tim enjoys the variety of patients that come to Active Life as Port Ludlow has so many interesting people with their own life stories.


Carly Hillier, PTA Physical Therapist Assistant

Carly Hillier
  • Physical Therapist Assistant degree, Whatcom Community College
  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Western Washington University
  • American Physical Therapy Association - APTA (Nation and WA chapters)
  • Joined Active Life Physical Therapy in 2013

Clinical Interests: Vestibular Rehabilitation.

Hobbies: Carly grew up in Sedro Woolley, WA and attended Western Washington University where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. After becoming a physical therapy patient, Carly decided to go to school to pursue a career in the field. In her spare time Carly enjoys reading, camping with her family, and hiking.

Jessica Monroe, PTA Physical Therapist Assistant

Jessica Monroe
  • Physical Therapist Assistant degree, Whatcom Community College
  • Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, University of Hawaii
  • American Physical Therapy Association - APTA (Nation and WA chapters)
  • Certified Personal Trainer
  • Joined Active Life Physical Therapy in 2012

Hobbies: Jessica grew up in Chimacum where she participated in many sports throughout school, including tennis and cheerleading.  Now she stays active by doing yoga and half marathons.   Jessica loves playing with her black lab, traveling to new places, and spending time in the great outdoors.  She enjoys helping patients achieve their health and fitness goals.

Chloe Robocker, Receptionist

Chloe Robocker
  • Chloe grew up in Port Ludlow and is a graduate of Chimacum High school. She is currently attending Olympic College with the goal of becoming a Physical Therapy Assistant. She is a life guard and a swimming lesson instructor who enjoys working with children. Chloe loves Port Ludlow and all of it's citizens. Come on in to the office! She'll have a smile waiting for you!