Meet Our Team


Chuck Brockman

Clinic Director

Chuck originally hails from Northern California. He received his Bachelor of Arts from California State University, Chico. He received his physical therapy training at Chapman University in Orange, CA, where he earned a Master of Physical Therapy degree. He has advanced manual therapy training from the University of St. Augustine and extensive training in Maitland Manual Therapy techniques. He has been with Therapeutic Associates since 2002 and has been the director of Bend Physical Therapy since 2005.

Chuck is a Board Certified Orthopedic physical therapist through the American Physical Therapy Association. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is an expert level cycling coach. He has years of experience performing cycle fits, designing training programs for cycling, and developing training plans for strength and speed.

Chuck’s treatment approach is somewhat eclectic, however, he does like to use a mix of manual therapy, exercise, and strength and conditioning with many of his patients. He has a strong interest in treating shoulder conditions and using rehabilitative ultrasound imaging in the treatment of spinal and shoulder conditions.

In his free time Chuck enjoys running, cycling, skiing, and spending time with his wife and three children.


Brian Timm

Physical Therapist

Brian has a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Pacific Lutheran University, where he competed in both soccer and alpine ski racing. After several knee injuries he was inspired to complete his Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Puget Sound. He has Advanced Manual Therapy training through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and holds certification in the ASTYM™ System (augmented soft tissue mobilization). Brian enjoys treating all orthopedic patients and has a special interest in treatment of foot and ankle injuries. Brian is a Bend, Oregon native who enjoys everything that Central Oregon has to offer, including alpine and nordic skiing, cycling, fly fishing, and waterskiing.


Lisa Corrigan

Physical Therapist

Originally from Montana, Lisa moved to Oregon to pursue her education and earned a BS in Sports and Exercise Science from Oregon State. Lisa then went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2001, and she has been employed by Therapeutic Associates since that time. Lisa is a Certified Athletic Trainer, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and an expert in the ASTYM™ system of treatment. She most enjoys treating shoulder and lower extremity conditions, and when not caring for patients, loves spending time with family and friends, gardening, camping, and skiing.


Amy Houchens

Physical Therapist

Amy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin. After gaining a wide range of experience in the orthopedic setting she began to specialize in the treatment of the hand and upper extremity and earned her Certification in Hand Therapy (CHT). She also holds a Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) and is an instructor for the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine.   Amy enjoys getting to know each patient individually. She is focused on maximizing  function based on each person’s unique situation and recognizes the necessity of close communication with referring providers to optimize care. She sees patients at the Bend (Neff Road) and Redmond locations.

When not treating patients, Amy enjoys a variety of individual pursuits such as distance running, road cycling, and Nordic skiing as well as hiking and spending time outdoors with her husband and golden retriever.


Rachel Lee

Physical Therapist

Rachel Lee is a native Oregonian, born and raised in Corvallis. In 2014, she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with academic distinction at Pacific University’s Health Professions Campus in Hillsboro, Oregon. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of North Dakota in 2011 with a BA degree in Business Management and Pre-Physical Therapy while competing as a division 1 athlete.

Rachel, a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2011, is also an APTA Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy section member. She is certified in Graston Technique, an evidenced-based form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization to detect and treat restrictions that affect normal function. She is also certified in SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment), FMS (Functional Movement Systems), and AFS (Certified in Applied Functional Science). Rachel is currently working towards becoming a McKenzie trained therapist of mechanical diagnosis and therapy through the McKenzie Institute. Rachel is also furthering her vestibular rehabilitation education through the APTA certification course at Emory University this March.

Rachel’s area of clinical focus is general orthopedics and sports medicine, with a strong interest in post-operative rehabilitation and rehabilitation of sports related injuries. Rachel has also developed a special nitch of assessment and treatment of post-concussion injuries and in vestibular rehabilitation.

Growing up in Corvallis, Rachel was a varsity swimmer and varsity cross country and track & field athlete at Crescent Valley High School. She was also a 15-year member of the Corvallis Aquatic Team. As a NCAA Division 1 collegiate swimmer at the University of Iowa and the University of North Dakota, a USAA Triathlon national age group qualifier, and a CAT 2 road cyclist through the United States Cycling Federation, Rachel has developed a special interest, and unique perspective and understanding for treating patients of all ages with athletic injuries.

Rachel loves learning and has taken multiple continuing education courses in her areas of interest to continue to deliver optimal care to her patients and to stay current with the latest research.

Outside of work, Rachel enjoys spending time with family and friends, including her black Labrador Kona; volunteering and competing in cycling, triathlon, and running events; macro photography, gardening, reading, piano, and baking.


Chris Glover

Physical Therapist

Chris is originally from Oklahoma. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Health Studies and Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Oklahoma, he ventured out West to take advantage of the many recreational opportunities available in Central Oregon.

He has advanced manual therapy training through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and is a Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT). Chris is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as a Licensed Cycling Coach with USA Cycling. He enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic conditions ranging from spinal care to disorders of the upper and lower extremities.

Outside of physical therapy, Chris loves spending time with his wife and their chocolate lab. He also enjoys skiing, cycling, camping, and playing soccer.


Adrianne Osborne

Physical Therapist Assistant

Adrianne received an Associate Degree from Gateway Community College in Phoenix, AZ in the physical therapy assistant program. Born and raised in Arizona, she moved to Bend in 2009 and joined Therapeutic Associates that same year. She enjoys working in the orthopedic setting and helping people return to the activities they love. When not working she enjoys skiing, hiking, and running.

Joshua Sprague

Golf Fitness Trainer | Physical Therapy Aide

As a child, Joshua developed a love and passion for golf, a passion that has taken him all over the US to teach and play. After 4 years of varsity golf at North Eugene High School in Eugene, OR and competing in 100’s of tournaments on the Oregon Junior Golf Association Tour, Joshua pursued a career in the Golf Industry. In December of 2009, he earned an Associates Degree in Professional Golf Management from the Professional Golfers Career College in Temecula, CA. Upon graduation, he helped open an indoor golf facility in Wildomar, CA, acting as a teaching professional and retail manager.

In June 2010, Joshua moved to Central Oregon and worked in marketing and member services for Crosswater Club at Sunriver Resort. From there, his career has taken him to Palm Springs, CA, Palm Desert, CA and Denver, CO, where he worked as an Assistant Golf professional and in member services. While traveling, Joshua continued to hone his skills as a player and improved his understanding of the golf swing, something that will never end. In September of 2012, he decided to change his focus to the physical aspect of the golf swing. As a professional, he was always asked “why does my back hurt?” and “why can’t I physically do what you’re asking me to do?” Now with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise and Sport Science and a Level I Golf Fitness Certification through the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), Joshua has an understanding of how physical limitations affect the golf swing. Joshua says “it feels amazing to be back in the field that I love so much, with the opportunity to positively affect the lives of others through golf”.

Joshua is an avid fly fisherman, tent camper and snowboarder. His other interests include racquetball, running, weight training, and hiking. When he is not out enjoying all the wonderful things Bend has to offer, he is usually at home with his wonderful wife Sarah and two children, Paxton and Adalyn.

Jason Tedrow

*Personal Trainer

Jason is an Oregon native who studied Exercise Physiology at University of Oregon and Central Oregon Community College. With a long career of cross-country skiing and coaching the Bend Oregon Outrigger Canoe Club, Jason has turned his background and love of the outdoors into helping others enjoy physical activity. He enjoys combining strength training with balance to increase confidence in his clients, whether they have goals of running a marathon or gardening without back pain.

Jason is currently registered with a pilot program, “Physical Activity Pharmacy,” where he works with clients who have chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, which responds well to exercise.

Jason Tedrow is an Independent Contractor and ACE Certified Personal Trainer.

Contact Jason via e-mail or phone for current classes or a personal training session:

[email protected]

*Associate Provider

Lyndsey Holub Young

Administrative Supervisor

Lyndsey started with Therapeutic Associates in January 2016, with almost a decade of medical office experience. Always eager to learn, Lyndsey is certified in HIPAA / Compliance, Billing and Collections, Social Media / Event Marketing, and more.

Having grown up in Northern California as an avid fisherperson, moving to Bend in 2005 was a natural progression for Lyndsey. Since moving to Bend, Lyndsey has learned the art of fly fishing and has become a volunteer angling instructor with the ODFW.