The physical therapy team at Therapeutic Associates Pasco Physical Therapy values the opportunity to provide essential healthcare services to their local communities. Clinic director Kyle Stewart prioritizes a personalized, team approach to patient care, working to ensure every patient enjoys their recovery, even when it’s hard.
At Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Wilsonville, clinic director Sarah Macomber strives to ensure every patient has an exceptional experience and optimal outcome. Here, the clinic team takes pride in providing personalized treatment, so patients feel better faster.
Sara Macomber, clinic director at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Wilsonville, treasures the relationships she builds with her patients and wants each of them to consider her their PT for life. She loves the local area, its people, its coffee and its wine, and she does her best to slow down once in a while to enjoy it with her fiancé and their dogs.
For more than 20 years the experts at Therapeutic Associates Sherwood Physical Therapy have dedicated themselves to providing collaborative, compassionate care for the whole family – from infants to great grandparents and everyone in between.
Anne Jeffery, physical therapist and clinic director at Therapeutic Associates Newberg Physical Therapy, is passionate about helping others improve their quality of life through her role as a PT. An avid outdoor enthusiast, she fills her days off with adventures with her family.
As clinic director at Therapeutic Associates West Linn Physical Therapy, Patrick Bridge takes pride in providing a fun, supportive environment for patients on their pathway to healing. Fun rules outside the clinic doors, too, where he treasures time with his wife and their three children, whether it’s at the beach or in the backyard.
Jennifer Kearsley, clinic director at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – St. Johns, values every opportunity to get to know her patients and to discover the underlying cause of their injury or disfunction. Beyond the clinic doors, this young mother stays busy taking in all the adventure life offers.
The physical therapy team at Therapeutic Associates Newberg Physical Therapy maintains an upbeat, fun atmosphere where throughout their plan of care every patient feels connected to their PT, can enjoy the healing process, and ultimately celebrate the outcome.
We are excited to announce the addition of two physical therapy practices in our Southern Oregon region. Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy is proud to welcome at Medford Sports Injury and Therapy Center (North Medford) and Progressive Rehabilitation and Work Injury Center (White City) to the team.
Physical therapist and clinic director Jennifer Kearsley values the opportunity to support the people who make St. Johns and the surrounding area their home. At Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – St. Johns, patients can depend on our experts to get them back to the things they love as quickly and safely as possible.
As practice manager and physical therapist at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Canby, Andrew Carlson is committed to the community and passionate about patient care. Outside of the clinic he’s dedicated to his wife and daughter.
For physical therapist and practice manager Andrew Carlson, opening the clinic doors at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Canby means having an opportunity to be an important resource to this community, to support the people and families who call it home.
Now Offering Private Mat Pilates Sessions!
With a focus on quality movement, our low-impact Pilates sessions will take you through a thorough, step-by-step mind and body workout designed especially for you.
Committed to Our Community Therapeutic Associates West Kennewick is doing several things to support the community and get families and individuals active and healthy. When families and friends workout, race, and participate together they are bonded by the experience. Parents who sent an example of an active lifestyle infuse their children with an excitement and […]