Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is very excited to be a part of the Enchanted Forest Wine Run! Located in the heart of the Applegate Wine Country in Southern Oregon, the race begins and ends at the beautiful Wooldridge Creek Winery. Offering a half marathon, 5k and even a 1/4 mile kid's run this day has something for everyone in the family to Get Moving while having tons of fun! Register here for the 2013 Wine Run
Grants Pass Physical Therapy
About the Clinic
Located in Grants Pass, Oregon, Therapeutic Associates – Grants Pass Physical Therapy is a well established clinic that has provided quality care to the Grants Pass community for over 30 years. Our staff consists of a group of 7 well-trained physical therapists who work together in a friendly, energetic, and professional environment. Our clinic has a large gym, private treatment rooms, and a therapeutic warm water pool. A variety of personal and professional backgrounds, combined with a state-of-the-art facility, enable us to effectively treat neuromusculoskeletal disorders in all ages and types of patients, ranging from infants to the elderly, from athletes to chronic pain cases.
Our philosophy is to give quality care to our patients via exercise prescription and manual therapy. We use patient education as our primary tool to promote body/movement awareness and to help our patients learn to help themselves.
Services include manual therapy, aquatic therapy, women’s health, balance and vestibular rehab, ASTYM™, Anodyne therapy, athletic performance enhancement, Sportsmetrics, total joint replacement program, strength and conditioning, post-surgical rehab, treatment of arthritis, neck and back care, TMJ and headache treatment, orthopedic and sports therapy, treatment of neurological conditions, and osteoporosis treatment.
FREE ACL INJURY PREVENTION SCREENING
DID YOU KNOW?
- Female athletes are 8 times more likely to tear the ACL than males
- ACL tears usually require surgery
- There is a 10 times greater risk of arthritis after an ACL tear
- 70% of ACL tears in females are non-contact
Athletes will be assess for their current risk level of ACL injury and given specific exercises based on the findings to prevent injury.
WHEN: July 15 | 6-8pm
WHERE: Grants Pass Physical Therapy
WHO: Female athletes ages 12 – 18
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Grants Pass Physical Therapy
Specialty Programs & Services
- Pediatric Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
- Pre-Season Conditioning for Baseball/Softball
- Pre-Season Conditioning for Ski/Snowboarding
News & Events
Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is looking forward to supporting the 2013 Ride the Rogue cycling event on September 21st, 2013. This is a fun event for the whole family, with great food, live music, and fun activities. For more information, please visit the Ride to Rogue website >>
Come join Therapeutic Associates on Saturday, August 10th, 2013 for the 36th Annual Mt. Ashland Hillclimb Run, as we support all of our runners in this great local race. This 13.3 mile event begins in downtown Ashland's beautiful Lithia Park (el 1900') and climbs on tree-canopied dirt roads and trails to finish on the Mt. Ashland summit (7533'), for a total of 5,600' of climbing--that's over a vertical mile! Click here to visit the Mt. Ashland Hillclimb Run website >>
It’s that time of year everyone. The Pear Blossom Run is right around the corner and we are here to Get Moving with you all! We invite you to come get ready for The Pear by joining us for a FREE group run led by physical therapist Dan Brasch March 30th, 2013. The run will be a loop around SW Grants Pass, starting and ending in the parking lot of Grants Pass Physical Therapy. This run is open to the ENTIRE community! When: Saturday, March 30th Start Time: 10:00 AM Who: All Ages and Skill Levels Where: TAI - Grants Pass Physical Therapy (the parking lot ... read more »
PEP Program Prevent Injuries and Enhance Performance This ACL injury prevention program consists of a warm-up, stretching, strengthening, plyometrics, and sports-specific agilities designed to address potential deficits in the strength and coordination of the stabilizing muscles around the knee joint.