Calling all RUNNERS! Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is proud to sponsor the 2014 Achon Distance Classic, and we invite you to join us on June 1st for an afternoon/evening of exciting races at Lincoln High School in Downtown Portland. This unique event offers runners of all backgrounds and abilities the chance to compete in an old-fashioned, distance-focused track meet – with all entry fees and donations raised supporting the Achon Uganda Children’s Fund. Date: Sunday, June 1, 2014, 3:00pm-7:00pm Location: Lincoln High School Track - Portland, OR Distances: 1M, 3K, 5K Schedule: Please note that the following race schedule may change on race day, as races may run slightly ... read more »
Beaverton Physical Therapy
About the Clinic
As a long standing feature of the Portland Metro area, Beaverton Physical Therapy (TAI) offers a unique blend of practitioners and staff who are dedicated to meeting your individual needs, the needs of our community, and the needs of our payers.
Using clinical experience and evidence-based medicine to shape our practice, we provide you with an exciting and friendly environment that focuses on your individual rehabilitation experience and educational needs. We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of care, including one-on-one work with your therapist, timely communication with your physician, same-day appointments, and long hours for your convenience.
Now Offering Sportsmetrics™
Beaverton Physical Therapy is excited to announce it is now offering Sportsmetrics™ to local youth athletes. Aimed at reducing the risk of serious knee injury, the Sportsmetrics™ Program is specifically designed to increase an athlete’s vertical jump, improve hamstring and quad strength and symmetry, and improve landing mechanics. Instructed by a certified Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant, our Sportsmetrics™ Program is a six-week training program that will meet 3 times per week. For additional information, visit our Sportsmetrics™ page. If you would like to learn when our next program session will begin, please contact our clinic directly.
Beaverton Physical Therapy
Specialty Programs & Services
News & Events
Therapeutic Associates - Beaverton and Scholls PT participated in the Sand in the City event which was held July 19th - 21st at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Downtown Portland! Sand in the City is an all volunteer, non-profit organization committed to furthering the well-being of children in the greater Portland Metropolitan area through proceeds generated by an annual sand castle building event and competition. Great job and way to GET MOVING everyone!
Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is once again proud to sponsor the upcoming 2013 Portland Golf Expo. Come visit us at the Golf Performance booth for great tips on golf performance and injury prevention. We will be providing demonstrations this year on a proper dynamic warm-up to help golfers avoid injury. Event Location: Oregon Convention Center - Hall D 777 NE ML King Blvd. Portland, OR 97232 Show Hours: Friday, February 22 / 11AM – 5PM Saturday, February 23 / 9AM – 5PM Sunday, February 24 / 9AM – 4PM Ticket Prices: Adults: $11 Seniors (60+): $9 Kids (12 & under): Free Click here to visit the 2013 Portland Golf Show website > Click here to avoid the ... read more »
Therapeutic Associates Scholls Physical Therapy: New Clinic Grand Opening! Beaverton, OR., May 14th , 2012 — Therapeutic Associates is excited to announce the Grand Opening of their newest Physical Therapy Clinic serving the Beaverton area, Scholls Physical Therapy. NEW LOCATION DETAILS: TAI Scholls Physical Therapy Location: 16315 SW Barrows Road, Ste 205 Beaverton, OR 97007 Clinic will open doors May 15th, 2012. For years Zach Jones, PT, DPT has provided this community with high quality manual therapy patient care to the residents of the Beaverton, and the surrounding neighborhoods. Patients can expect to receive this same great care out of this new partner location in the Scholls ... read more »
A clinical study by Haley Dvorak, Christina Kujat, and Jason Brumitt Published in the Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 2011, 20, 494-504 Clinical Scenario Rehabilitation professionals treat individuals suffering from chronic low back pain (CLBP) using a variety of treatment approaches including manual therapy and the prescription of therapeutic exercises. The use of manual therapy, specifically joint mobilization of the lumbar spine, may significantly decrease a patient’s pain and contribute to improvement in his or her functioning.1 Exercise may also improve pain and functioning, with some patients reporting gains up to 1 year after the last treatment session.2 Numerous investigations have assessed the potential benefits ... read more »