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 »
Northeast Portland Physical Therapy
About the Clinic
Located in the Alameda community, Therapeutic Associates Northeast Portland Physical Therapy strives to provide a level of care that is unmatched in the area. Our team of experts combine Manual Therapy (consisting of Joint and Soft-Tissue Mobilization and Manipulation of the spine and extremities), Patient Education, and Therapeutic Exercise in evaluating and treating patients. Our two Physical Therapists and front office staff maintain a high standard of care which allows patients to better understand their conditions, the expectations of their rehabilitation, and how long it will take to reach their goals.
We are here when you need us and are honored to be a part in helping you achieve your personal goals.
Northeast Portland Physical Therapy
Specialty Programs & Services
News & Events
NE Portland Physical Therapy is excited to announce a new program aimed to help athletes of all ages and skill levels prevent knee injury and improve overall performance. The KIPPP Workshop combines whole-body injury risk assessments with a 6 week group training program that is individualized to each athlete’s specific musculoskeletal needs. Our group training sessions will take athletes through plyometric and strengthening exercises, as well as sport-specific agility drills to address potential deficits in the strength and coordination of the stabilizing muscles around the knee joint. Additionally, athletes will be instructed on proper dynamic warm-ups and stretching routines to help ... read more »
Spring has Sprung…..and so have the Weeds! Spring Gardening and You. How to keep your body healthy, while beautifying your yard! Well it’s that time again here in Oregon. Sure it’s still raining and stormy, it’s spring in Oregon after all, but we also have that elusive sun visiting us much more often. Flowers are starting to peek out after their winter hibernation, weeds are multiplying, trees and shrubs are overgrown. What will you do? Of course! You have to take control of that jungle you call a yard and get to work. That is where we come in. Around this time of ... read more »
Establishing a balance between your strength, flexibility and training is the key to success in any running regime. Therapeutic Associates is excited to announce it's partnership with FitRightNW and it's Get Fit Live Fit program. Our injury prevention program is designed to help get your training started on the right foot, alleviate any aches or pains, and assure that you are on the correct path to a healthy running program. For more information about the Get Fit Live Fit Injury Prevention Program, click here...
Topic: The Core - How to Prevent Low Back Injuries & Improve Your Golf Game Presenters: Shawn Dailey PT, DPT, TPI CGFI, Director of L.O. Physical Therapy Jeremy Hilliard PT, DPT, TPI CGFI, Staff Therapist NE Portland Physical Therapy Discussion: Anatomy of the Core Function of the Core Impairments Swing Pain Back Pain Exercises for the Core Click to download the presentation...