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Rebound Physical Therapy offers therapeutic massage services provided by a licensed massage therapist to address pain, swelling, muscle soreness, joint stiffness,

and other complaints.

Please call 341-5555 for more information about scheduling a massage therapy appointment at Rebound South or 375-5555 for an appointment at Rebound West.

Meet our Massage Therapists!













Joshua B. Parker, LMT

Joshua was born in Southern California and grew up between California, Montana, and Washington. Seeking new adventures​, he moved to Alaska in 2011 with his dog Snivels and spent his time managing a local bike and ski shop. An active lifestyle and interest in therapeutic bodywork led him to enroll in the Massage Therapist program at the Alaska Career College. Josh works at the Rebound South clinic.

Joshua is a member of the American Massage Therapist Association and has been working in the Anchorage community since graduation in 2015.  As a therapist, Joshua's sports and orthopedic- driven focus has led to volunteer opportunities such as post-event bodywork with the USA Olympic Rugby team. Additionally, his work in the community and involvement with various outdoor activities has led him to dedicate his work to injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Outside of work Joshua enjoys spending time with friends and family, biking, hiking in Alaska's great outdoors, and participating in local events including the Lost Lake Run, The Fireweed, Mayor's Marathon, and the Why Not Tri.   



Jarred Tuck, LMT

Jarred is a lifelong Alaskan. He grew up playing baseball, football, and basketball along with his two older brothers. After high school he worked for the Municipality of Anchorage in the parks and Rec department for 4 years, and then worked in the Environmental/ Oil and Gas industry for 6 years. He realized his passion for wanting to help people feel better and improve their lives in a more personal way, which drew him to massage therapy. He graduated from Alaska Career College as a Massage Therapist in March 2022. 


Jarred enjoys playing slow pitch softball in the summers, and participates in bowling leagues to pass the long Alaskan winters. When not enjoying sports or other outdoor activities he likes to spend time with friends, family, and his dog Lily. 

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