Our Valuable Team Members

Derek Lusk
Derek LuskValley Clinic Director, DPT, PT, OCS, CWcHP, CFCE
After graduating with his DPT from Eastern Washington University, Derek began his physical therapy career in the hospital setting, before joining The Summit Rehab staff in May of 2014. Derek enjoys the challenge of working with various complex orthopedic conditions.Click on Derek’s picture to learn more about him!
Bryan Garner
Bryan GarnerDPT, PT, CFCE, CEAS
Bryan is Summit’s newest therapist. Having graduated from Eastern Washington with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy, he spent over a year working at a small outpatient clinic in Idaho before joining Summit. Learn more about Bryan by clicking on his picture!
Kari Duclos (Clark)
Kari Duclos (Clark)PT
Kari was born and raised in Spokane Washington where she graduated from Shadle Park High School. Following high school, Kari attended University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington where she played collegiate volleyball and also received her Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy. To learn more about Kari, click on her picture!
Jennifer McManus
Jennifer McManusMOT, OT, Hand Specialist
Jennifer is a Washington transplant from Alaska, where she was born and raised. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Public Communications from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2007. After working in the news business and the public relations and advertising world for several years, Jennifer realized she wanted to work in a field directly helping people every day. To learn more about Jennifer, click on her picture!
Havillah Correira
Havillah CorreiraPTA
Havilah was born and raised in Talkeetna, Alaska, where she was home-schooled along with her sister and two brothers. Growing up in Alaska she developed a love for the outdoors and learned the value of enjoying a simple life.
Before attending college Havilah traveled the world. She has been to eleven countries including Nepal, Australia, Japan, Thailand and South Africa. During her first visit to South Africa she fell in love with the people and returned for a three year stint of volunteer humanitarian work. At this time Havilah knew she wanted to join the medical field to continue helping others.
Learn more about Havilah by clicking on her picture!