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  • West Eugene Physical Therapy
  • 4242 Commerce St, Suite A
  • Eugene, OR 97402

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  • Mon-Fri 7:00am-7:00pm

West Eugene Physical Therapy

About the Clinic

Located in the Courtsports Athletic Club, West Eugene Physical Therapy is one of Lane County’s premier sports rehabilitation facilities. We treat all orthopedic issues and strive to provide a level of care that is unmatched in the area. Our focus is individualized, one-on-one care, with treatment plans targeted to each patient’s needs and developed based on individual goals.

Services include manual therapy (including spinal manipulation), ASTYM™, post-surgical rehab, spinal rehab, biomechanical assessments of running and sports injuries, custom orthotic fitting, orthopedic physical therapy, massage therapy, aquatic therapy, strengthening and conditioning therapy, cycle fitting, treatment of chronic pain, sports therapy, and work conditioning.

TAI West Eugene’s goal is to provide every patient and referral source with unparalleled customer service and clinical expertise. All of our staff members have advanced training and certification in manual physical therapy or are actively pursuing certification. We work in a professional, yet fun and relaxing environment, with patients of all ages and ability levels. We pride ourselves on direct, meaningful, one-on-one interaction between the therapist and patient. Our Focus is You!

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News & Events

Strengthening Improves Walking Performance


Strength Improves Walking

Article published in Walk About Magazine – Sep/Oct 2012 by: Kevin Hanson PT, DPT, is a staff therapist at the TAI West Eugene Physical Therapy location. The American Heart Association recommends 30 minutes a day of aerobic exercise to help improve cardiovascular health and help extend your life expectancy. Walking is a great way to keep your heart, lungs, and overall body healthy. There is nothing easier than heading out the door on foot. Maybe you are already a walker or maybe you want to get started with a walking program, but in either case, aches and pains can sometimes limit progress. If ... read more »

 

Official Transition Zone Sponsors for the 2013 Rolf Prima Tri at the Grove Triathlon!


Tri At The Grove

Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is proud to announce that it is the official Transition Zone Sponsor for the 3rd annual Rolf Prima Tri at the Grove Triathlon. Taking place on Saturday, July 27th, athletes will swim, bike, and run through the Cottage Grove area on Sprint and Olympic distance courses with individual and team relay options. Triathlete magazine’s editors picked the Rolf Prima Tri at the Grove as one of the best 22 triathlons in the country, ranking it 5th overall! TRIATHLETE MAGAZINE > EVENT INFO: When: Saturday, July 27th, 2013 Where: Lakeside Park – Cottage Grove Lake, Cottage Grove, OR Courses: The courses were ... read more »

 

Physical Therapist Professional Achievements in Oregon


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Portland, Ore., August 20, 2012 —Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is proud to announce the recent notable accomplishments in the state of Oregon: Karen Walz, PT, MA, OCS, FAAOMPT, Clinic Director of Therapeutic Associates Redmond Physical Therapy has recently been recertified as an Orthopedic Clinic Specialist (OCS).  This recertification is granted solely upon successful completion of the re-certification examination process administered by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). Timothy Brinker, PT, DPT, Clinic Director of Therapeutic Associates Hillsboro Physical Therapy graduated from Regis University, Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professionals in May 2012 with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with Honors. ... read more »

 

2012 Eugene Marathon Expo – Come Visit Us!


Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is excited to announce it's participation in the 2012 Eugene Marathon Expo. This event will be open to the general public. At this years expo, our team of sports medicine experts will be on-site to answer any injury, health or fitness related questions. Additionally, we will have medical grade equipment for sale, including foam rollers, biofreeze, superfeet, therapy balls, kineseotape, and theraband. Be sure to stop by to check out our great deals we will be offering! When: April 27 - 28 Time: 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Fri); 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Sat) Where: Eugene Hilton & Conference ... read more »

 

Truffle Shuffle 2 Mile & 4 Mile Run/Walk


Therapeutic Associates is excited to announce it's sponsorship of the 2012 Truffle Shuffle Run/Walk.  Each year, over 2,000 participants run, walk, roll or cartwheel their way towards building a better community for youth and teens in Lane County. Big Brothers Big Sisters is proud to celebrate this family-friendly event’s 31st year! The Truffle Shuffle benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County The informal run/walk allows members of the community to compete in a fun, healthy outdoor activity and win prizes while supporting youth and teens in our community through 1:1 mentoring relationships. Schedule of Events PACKET PICK UP Saturday, February 11th Noon – 5:00 PM ... read more »

 
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Testimonials for West Eugene Physical Therapy

  1. Josh and Mariah took me from limited activity after a total hip replacement to full activity today. I fell on
    December 9, 2010, had surgery December 10, and started PT the end of January. Many hours of massage, exercise, ultra-sound, and “atta girls” and I am back to my pre-fall self five months after I fell! One must have a good surgeon, but the outcome depends just as much on excellent physical therapy and patient persistence. I mean patient persistence in both senses of the phrase: the patient must be patient, and the patient must patiently persist. If you do what they tell you to do, you will recover!!

    Hannah Dean
 

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