CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR FLYER (PDF) > Therapeutic Associates Valley Physical Therapy is pround to announce its particitation in the 2013 Mid-Willamette Valley Women’s Show! We invite you to stop by our booth! This show is an annual event designed to bring awareness of domestic violence issues to the community. This year will feature representatives from the Salem Women’s Crisis Center, Victims Assistance and Liberty House. In addition there will be fashion shows and exhibits from local businesses and organizations related to women’s health, beauty, fitness, fashion, food and lifestyles. WHEN: Saturday, February 2 / 10AM - 4PM WHEN: Sunday, February 3 / 10AM - ... read more »
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Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy has been a part of the Salem-Keizer community since 1983. Our clinics are locally owned and operated by the physical therapists that provide your care. Our dedication to continuing education means that our therapists hold certifications that demonstrate mastery in orthopedics, manual therapy, and sports medicine. Several of our therapists are currently enrolled in one of the nation’s top orthopedic residency programs. We believe learning should continue for a lifetime and strive to stay on the leading edge of treatment methods.
We work with you and listen to your needs to assure that your plan of care meets your goals in all aspects - physically, emotionally, and financially. Our treatment approach encompasses advanced manual therapy techniques, physical training and conditioning, and various pain relieving techniques, all of which are evidence-based methods that are scientifically researched and proven to provide results.
It is a privilege to serve our community and to provide you with the physical therapy care you need to get your life back on track. Please visit our individual clinic links to learn more about us.
Frequently Asked Questions
↓ What can a Physical Therapist treat?
↓ Can I seek physical therapy without having to see my doctor first?
↓ Will my insurance cover physical therapy? What if I don’t have insurance?
↓ Do I need an x-ray or MRI before seeking physical therapy?
↓ What methods will a physical therapist use to help me improve?
↓ What makes Therapeutic Associates the best selection for me?
↓ Why not wait to see if I just get better on my own?
↓ How can I make an appointment?
↓ I’m not sure if physical therapy will help me. What is a free injury screen?
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 »
From the USA Today - June 28, 2012 WASHINGTON – The waiting game is over for consumers, employers, health care providers and insurers. Thursday's Supreme Court ruling that upheld the 2010 health care law means ongoing trends will continue, and those who waited on the sidelines for the court will now have to implement their parts of the law. For consumers, that means that those intimidated by what opponents called the overly complex part of the law will have to learn what will affect them, particularly if they have to buy their own insurance or pay a penalty for skipping it. Employers who ... read more »
Health care services can be mislabeled too.Advertising apples as oranges? Such type of misleading advertising occurs with health care services, too. In some states the term “physical therapy” is misrepresented or inappropriately advertised to the public by individuals who are not licensed as physical therapists. This characterization is misleading to the public, illegal in some states, and an issue of public protection for patients who think they are under the care of a licensed physical therapist, but in reality are not. “Physical therapy” is not a generic term—it describes the care provided by or under the direction of licensed physical therapists. ... read more »
By Josiah Faville PT, DPT, Staff Therapist at Valley Physical Therapy - South Spring is upon us once again in the Pacific Northwest and as the days lengthen and the sun steals its way through the clouds, those of us with the hiking bug start to itch. Usually we succeed at easing our body back into shape, but every once in a while our excitement and the effects of a relatively sedentary winter get the best of us and we hinder our season with an early and unfortunate injury. To prevent the occurrence of these nagging little pains, especially if your winter ... read more »