Our Staff

Shannon Schram

Shannon Schram

Shannon is a native of Clark County having graduated from Prairie High School in 1997. She went on to the University of Puget Sound receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2005. Shannon purchased Battle Ground Physical Therapy from Pete Bartel in 2013. Shannon Treats Patients of all ages and conditions and particularly likes to tailor treatments to her patient’s goals.

In her free time Shannon enjoys staying active in the outdoors including hiking, running, and paddle boarding. Shannon is an avid Seahawks fan and enjoys rooting on the team with her family and friends.


Dana Black

Dana grew up in Arizona and moved to Washington state after receiving her physical therapy degree from Northern Arizona University in 2004. She has always worked in orthopedic settings as a physical therapist and became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist in 2015. Dana also enjoys working with patients with balance and vestibular issues. Some of her favorite parts about being a physical therapist include getting to the root of the patient’s problem and being a teacher and advocate for the patient. She enjoys being in the sun, running, biking, swimming, and writing. She thinks Battle Ground Physical Therapy is a great place to go for care, as patients get one-on-one treatment from knowledgeable and caring providers.


Megan Treece

Megan grew up in Portland, Oregon receiving her Physical Therapist Assistant License at Mt. Hood Community College. She is currently licensed in both Washington and Oregon. Megan has many years of experience in the orthopedic private practice setting, Her focus is developing relationships, and building trust with her patients to best serve their needs. Outside of work Megan enjoys being outdoors, hiking, snowshoeing, traveling and spending time with her two adult daughters.

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Welcoming Krista Ernsdorf to Battle Ground Physical Therapy

Krista graduated from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon with a Bachelors of Science degree in Exercise Science in 2005. She then attended Loma Linda University to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degrees in 2008. She became certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2022. Krista has taken a series of mat and reformer Pilates courses as well as being Bike Fit Certified for road and mountain cyclists. She recently started coursework in Women’s Health including pre/post partum care, urinary incontinence and pelvic pain.
She enjoys treating patients of all ages to help them achieve their highest level of function, but particularly likes treating spinal disorders, concussions, headaches and sports injuries.
In her free times she enjoys the outdoors whether it be snowboarding, swimming, boating, paddle boarding or gardening.

Call 360-687-7147 if you have questions about
treatment or to schedule an appointment.