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Rehab Medicine

Physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) provides integrated rehabilitation care in the treatment of all conditions related to the brain, muscles, and bones. Often referred to as a physiatrist, these medical providers help those who have had a stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputation, bone or joint pain, back and spine issues, work injuries or chronic pain. Our providers use conservative methods to help decrease pain and improve function and performance. We also perform electrodiagnostic studies (EMG and NCV) and offer Botox treatment for spasticity.

Our staff is dedicated to determining the cause of pain or limitations and then developing the best plan of management. Working together with other physicians, psychologists, nurses, and therapists, they help their patients return to their highest levels of independent functioning.

Salmon Creek campus

2312 NE 129th St.
Vancouver, WA 98686
phone: (360) 514-3142
fax: (360) 514-6809

Mill Plain campus
200 NE Mother Joseph Pl., Suite 100

Vancouver, WA 98664
phone: (360) 514-6809
fax: (360) 514-5809


Jaime Nicacio, MD
Physical Medicine & Rehab

Jaime Andres Nicacio, M.D. is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation who specializes in treating patients with injuries sustained from motor vehicle collisions, work related injuries, and sport injuries including sports concussion. He also practices general neurological rehabilitation. He is the medical director of the inpatient rehabilitation unit at Peace Health SouthWest, but also has a busy outpatient practice. Dr. Nicacio has a straightforward approach. His main concern is listening to patients and helping patients understand the course of best recovery. His free time is devoted to raising his children with his wife Maria.

Kelsy Parker, MD
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Kelsy Parker, MD is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and sports medicine. Her interests include non-operative sports and musculoskeletal medicine, concussion management, traumatic brain injuries, electrodiagnosis, musculoskeletal ultrasound (diagnostic and for injection guidance), and peripheral joint injections. Her goal is to provide a comprehensive evaluation and patient centered treatment plan with the goal of helping people return to sports / exercise activities. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors with her husband and children and traveling to new places.

John Hart, DO
Physical Medicine & Rehab, Addiction Medicine
John Hart, DO is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and has a subspecialty in Addiction Medicine.  His primary interest has been in treatment of low back pain and joint pain through nonoperative to approaches.  He has a vast experience in the treatment of pain and particularly enjoys difficult cases. He is Suboxone certified and is a nationally known teacher on the subject of Suboxone and pain management.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and leading an active lifestyle.

Johnathan Wong, PA
Physical Medicine & Rehab

Johnathon Wong, PA is a board certified physician assistant specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. His professional experience is primarily in comprehensive pain management. He believes in treating patients using a holistic approach including mind, body, emotions, non-opioids, opiods, suboxone, and injections. In his free time, he like to exercise, travel, go to the movies, and tell jokes.

Martin Bomalaski, MD
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Dr. Bomalask is board certified in Brain Injury Medicine, and Physical Medicine and Rehab. HIs medical training includes University of Michigan Health System Specialty: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
University of Washington School of Medicine Degree: MD - Specialty: Internal Medicine
University of Washington - Specialty: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Melinda Landchild, MD
Family Medicine
Dr. Landchild is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Olivia Wright, MD
Family Medice
Dr. Wright is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr Wright grew up in Eastern Kentucky and graduated from Medical School at the University of Kentucky. She then completed her Family Medicine residency in Ventura California. She held faculty positions at Middlesex Hospital in Middletown, CT and the UCLA-Santa Monica program in Los Angeles, CA prior to joining the faculty in Vancouver in 2002. Dr Wright has a strong interest in women’s health, adolescent medicine and addiction medicine. She has been our Associate Program Director for curriculum since 2010. She also helps staff the WWAMI faculty development fellowship program.  She enjoys hiking, traveling, sarcasm and reading novels. 



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Rehab Medicine is licensed as part of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. Patients seeking care at this hospital-based clinic may receive a separate billing for a facility-fee. This fee could result in higher out-of-pocket expenses for patients.