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 »
Hillsboro Physical Therapy
About the Clinic
Therapeutic Associates Hillsboro Physical Therapy is an outpatient orthopedic physical therapy practice which bases its treatment on advanced Manual Therapy training and techniques. We treat all orthopedic issues and have special training with spine care, athlete injury prevention, and chronic soft tissue injuries. We understand the need to see patients promptly, work around schedules, and offer extended hours.
Our goal is to provide every patient and referral source with unparalleled customer service and clinical expertise. All of our staff has advanced training and certification in manual physical therapy or is actively pursuing certification. We approach each patient uniquely to identify their issues and create individualized treatment programs based on their occupation, recreation, or specific activities.
Hillsboro Physical Therapy
Specialty Programs & Services
- Manual Therapy (AAOMPT Fellow)
- Manual Therapy (NAIOMT Level III)
- Orthopedic Physical Therapy
- Performance Running
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News & Events
Discover how Sportsmetrics can help prevent knee injuries through a six-week training program focusing on warm-up, jump/plyometric drills, strength training, and flexibility exercises. Sportsmetrics has been proven to: Reduce the risk of serious knee injury Increase vertical jump height, on average 10% Improve hamstrings to quadriceps strength and symmetryin right-to-left leg power Improve landing mechanics and reduce side-to-side movements at the knee CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR FLYER FOR MORE INFO (PDF) CONTACT HILLSBORO PHYSICAL THERAPY TODAY TO SIGN UP!
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 »
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 »
By Jon Ransom, PTA, ATC and Timothy Brinker, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT-Director Hillsboro Physical Therapy A proper warm-up routine is very important to the health and performance of an athlete. If the body is not adequately prepared for the demands of the upcoming sport or activity, injury is more likely to occur. In addition, it is impossible for the body to perform to the peak of its ability without warm, flexible muscles. In the past, static stretching was the preferred method of pre-activity warm-up, and is still used to a large extent. Static stretches are performed with a prolonged hold and are used ... read more »