Happy Holidays from Therapeutic Associates

Team of physical therapists celebrate the holidays with festive sweaters.

Therapeutic Associates

As the year draws to a close, here at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy we look back with appreciation at the opportunities we’ve had to work with people throughout the communities we serve. What matters most to us is helping patients overcome obstacles that prevent them from doing the things they love.

We hope this year’s holiday season filled you up with the things that mean the most to you and energized you for a happy and healthy new year.

We appreciate your loyalty and hope that in the coming year you’ll reach your movement goals and achieve the active and pain-free life you deserve. We’re always here for you if anything should pop up and you find yourself needing some insight and hands-on care from our physical therapy teams. Don’t hesitate to give us a call or schedule online.

From festive (*some may say “ugly”) holiday sweater day to “dress like a reindeer” day … from sport your favorite holiday hat day to show off your best holiday socks day … with joyful (and quite creative) decorations, a mischievous elf named Trinket, parties, games, contests, outings and adventures, our TAI teams have been celebrating the season with cheer. 

In the spirit of sharing the fun, here’s a collection of photos from all the festivities. Happy holidays!

Gresham physical therapy ugly sweater day
Gresham physical therapy holiday sock day
South Salem Physical Therapy holiday party Christmas Tree competition.
Sherwood Physical Therapy holiday party
Ability PT holiday sweaters day
Sellwood Physical Therapy clinic decorations with elf on the shelf
Sellwood physical therapy ugly sweater day
Richland Physical Therapy window decorations for the holidays
Tri Cities - Richland, Pasco, Kennewick - clinic holiday outing
collage of people using holiday party photo booth props
Corvallis physical therapy holiday spirit portrait
Eagle physical therapy staff gets a visit from Father Christmas
Wandermere Physical Therapy team out for a holiday party and dinner
Physical therapy team from Northlake PT show off their holiday sweaters
Medford physical therapy clinic dress like a reindeer day
Seattle Physical Therapy clinic decorations
West Eugene Physical Therapy holiday hats
West Eugene PT holiday festivities
West Eugene Physical Therapy holiday fun
St. Helens physical therapy staff gingerbread house building contest
Hazeldell Physical Therapy holiday ugly sweater day
Monroe PT holiday sweater day
Sherwood PT holiday
Sherwood Physical Therapy holiday party
Sherwood PT gingerbread house building contest
Sherwood PT holidays
Sherwood physical therapy clinic holiday party
Therapeutic Associates giving tree and exercise ball snowman
Therapeutic Associates PT holidays
West Salem PT holiday hats and sweaters

Join the Therapeutic Associates Family

If you’re looking for an opportunity to join a company that is committed to a collaborative culture of growth, inclusion and fulfillment, supported by resources that make a difference in your life, the life of your patients, your local communities and the world, consider a career with Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy.  With clinics throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and California, we are always on the lookout for exceptional people who would be a great fit for our team!

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