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  • Medford Physical Therapy
  • 1311 E. Barnett Road, Suite 202
  • Medford, OR 97504

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  • Monday - Thursday / 7 AM - 6 PM Friday / 7 AM - 4 PM

Medford Physical Therapy

About the Clinic

People's Bank FinalTherapeutic Associates Medford has proudly provided therapy services to Rogue Valley residents since 1990, then known as STORM Physical Therapy. Today TAI Medford is conveniently located in the People’s Bank building, just off the South Medford I-5 exit. Our staff includes two therapists with a wide range of knowledge, experience, and expertise, ranging from Sports Medicine to balance/vestibular dysfunctions.

At Medford Physical Therapy we strive to get to know our patients. On your first visit you can expect to be taken through a detailed examination, which includes a thorough history and movement analysis screen and testing of joint mobility and muscle function. From there our skilled physical therapists will help you to develop a treatment plan to better your quality of life. Our goal is not only to treat the problem but to help you understand the problem and educate you on how to prevent it from happening in the future.

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October 14th, 2013

Therapeutic Associates Medford Physical Therapy is excited to announce that we have relocated to a new, updated facility on Monday, October 14th!

Our new clinic is now located at:

1311 E. Barnett Road
Suite 202

Medford, OR 97504

Located in the same great neighborhood in Rogue Valley, our new clinic location is right down the road and offers easier access to our bright spacious gym area, additional private treatment rooms, and the same caring staff to better serve your needs.


What is Manual Physical Therapy?

The term “manual therapy” refers to hands-on treatment of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Human touch is an

essential ingredient in our treatment philosophy and approach, and for good reason. Patients respond positively to hands-on work when combined with exercise and education. This leads to faster recovery and less out-of-pocket expenses.

Manual therapy encompasses a broad group of sophisticated techniques performed by hand by uniquely trained physical therapists. These may include mobilizations or manipulations of soft tissue and skeletal joints. Manual therapy techniques aim to decrease pain and increase function. Most manual therapy training programs in the United States are four-year, post-graduate programs that emphasize clinical experience, classroom education, and extensive exams.

Why Manual Therapy?

The answer is simple – it’s proven to get you better, faster. While we always work with patients individually and only use manual therapy when appropriate, our outcome studies show better results when physical therapists have manual therapy training. This translates to fewer days off work or away from your favorite activity, and less out-of-pocket expenses.

If you have questions about manual therapy or want to learn more, ask your physical therapist.

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Specialty Programs & Services

  • ACL rehab
  • Acute back and neck injuries
  • Arthritis Therapy (back/neck)
  • Athletic Training
  • Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (ASTYM) as well as Gu Sha techniques
  • Balance/vestibular therapy
  • Biomechanical (movement) assesments
  • Low Back Pain Revolution
  • Manual therapy (joint mobilization and manipulations)
  • Motor vehicle accident victims
  • Orthopedic rehabilitation
  • Posture/work station assesments
  • Pulmonary therapy
  • Running Treatment/Analysis
  • Sports therapy/rehab
  • Strengthening & Conditioning Therapy
  • Work Kinetics

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Awarded Top Pick for Physical Therapists in the Rogue Valley


Lynn Parrish, PT A successful physical therapist is also a compassionate teacher, according to Lynn Parrish of Therapeutic Associates Medford Physical Therapy. Working as a physical therapist for 33 years, Parrish believes in educating her patients so they can understand the healing process and be as independent as possible. The University of Oklahoma graduate has worked with a variety of patients over the years. She currently specializes in treating patients coping with balance and vestibular dysfunction that can cause dizziness and vertigo. She also works with patients undergoing pulmonary rehabilitation and musculoskeletal problems. She has spent several years working with patients with ... read more »


Monster Dash Run for Education- October 26th, 2013

Monster Dash 2014

Join Therapeutic Associates in your best Halloween Costume for this year's Monster Dash! Yogurt Hut, the Ashland Kiwanis, and the Ashland Schools Foundation, present the 5th annual Monster Dash Run for Education! The event will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2013 in Lithia Park in Ashland Oregon. Monster Dash morning kicks off with a 9:30am Costume Contest on the Park Bandshell stage. The 1-mile Fun Run/Walk will begin at 10:30, followed by the 5K Run/Walk and the 10K Run beginning together at 11:00am. New this year...all events will be CHIP TIMED! We will be out there helping runners get ... read more »


Enchanted Forest Wine Run – September 28th, 2013

2013 Enchanted Forest Wine Run

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


Ride The Rogue – September 21st, 2013

2013 Ride the Rogue

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 >>


Mt. Ashland Hillclimb Run – August 10th, 2013

2013 Mt. Ashland Hillclimb Run

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 >>

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Testimonials for Medford Physical Therapy

  1. I pinched my sciatic nerve in my back I thought that I would not have a chance to play basketball for the rest of the season. When I went in to Therapeutic Associates, their friendly staff showed immediate care for my injury and wanted to help me get back on the court. After a month of regaining strength and balance I am able to play now. All the exercising, weight training, and stretching have helped me get back on my feet. I thank the Therapeutic Associates for all their help in getting me back in shape.