Meet Our Team

Eric Coughlin - Redmond Physical Therapy

Eric Coughlin, PT, MSPT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist
  • Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Eric grew up in Vermont, the ‘Green Mountain State,’ displaying a strong work ethic and making use of all the natural resources that were available to him. He graduated from Boston University in 2002 with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy and one year later moved to Oregon to pursue his career and continue his recreational pursuits. He has found a home in Oregon, and for the last nine years has worked for Therapeutic Associates Redmond Physical Therapy where he has specialized in sports medicine, post-operative rehabilitation, and general orthopedics. He has training under NAIOMT (a manual therapy program), is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, and is trained in Sportsmetrics (an ACL prevention program that has been shown to effectively reduce incidence of ACL injuries).

In his free time, he loves to ski, mountain bike, and play soccer, and last year he spent significant time volunteering with Oregon Adaptive Sports at Mt Bachelor. Eric aims to treat the individual, provide effective and efficient care utilizing manual techniques and sound scientific reasoning, and make the rehabilitation experience a positive one.

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Amy Houchens, PT

Physical Therapist
  • Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy
  • Certified Hand 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.

Chris Campbell, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

From growing up in a small town in northern Idaho, Chris enjoys building meaningful relationships in the tight-knit communities he serves. Chris initially became interested in physical therapy after becoming a physical therapy aide while completing his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and Health at the University of Idaho. He developed a passion for sports while playing basketball and swimming competitively year-round. He ultimately chose to pursue physical therapy because he loves helping others reach their goals and return to the activities they love. Chris earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ. While in PT school, Chris developed interests in manual therapy as president of the manual therapy club at NAU.

Clinically, he enjoys treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, but has a special interest in sports related injuries, shoulder injuries, neck injuries, and fall prevention. As a goal-oriented physical therapist, he customizes each treatment to help patients reach their own specific objectives. Chris believes in treating the entire individual rather than only specific impairments while coordinating care with other health care professionals.

In his free time, Chris enjoys running, hiking, camping, and cooking.

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Leah Conchieri, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Leah grew up in Essex, Vermont, where she attended the University of Vermont and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Food Science, with a pre-physical therapy focus in 2013. She continued her education at the University of Vermont studying Physical Therapy and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015.

Leah’s clinical interests include orthopedics, manual therapy, sports injury rehabilitation, and pediatrics. She is grateful for TAI’s commitment to continuing education and enjoys working with other clinicians to help advance her skills. She is skilled at educating people in appropriate therapeutic exercises as well as manual therapy. In her free time, she enjoys doing any activity that involves the outdoors, including hiking, skiing, and biking. As a newcomer to the west coast she is eager to see what lies in store. She looks forward to exploring the beautiful outdoors of Oregon.

Tammera Haser

Administrative Coordinator