Meet Our Team


Ryan Embley, PT, DPT, ATC

Clinic Manager | Physical Therapist

Ryan Embley first became interested in physical therapy after he sustained injuries while playing soccer. He was further inspired by witnessing the significant difference a physical therapist made assisting his mother through 15 years of difficult health challenges. Ryan now enjoys compassionately serving a variety of individuals with his specialty interests including manual therapy, orthopedic, vestibular, sports rehab and triathletes.

Ryan graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in athletic training, after which he worked for the collegiate football team. Then, in order to pursue his dream of becoming a physical therapist, Ryan attended and graduated from Emory University with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree and is now pursuing an orthopedic residency.

In his free time, Ryan enjoys spending time with family, woodworking, playing sports, biking, kayaking and being outdoors.


Pam Versage, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Pam studied physical therapy at Russell Sage College in New York. She fell in love with an Army officer and spent the next several years practicing physical therapy throughout the U.S. and Germany. Along the way she received special training in Neuro-Developmental techniques for children and became certified in Neuro-Developmental Techniques – Pediatric. She previously worked in a pediatric hospital treating children with orthopedic, neurologic and developmental conditions. Pam has extensive amount of teaching to physical therapy students about pediatric practice. She has been motivated to take a variety of continuing education courses which is highlighted by her recent graduation with a doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.

Recently, Pam moved to Eugene to be close to her grandsons and to be able to be outdoors more. She is excited to be using her skills and knowledge to begin a pediatric physical therapy program at Therapeutic Associates and working with orthopedic conditions. Pam has always had a passion for physical therapy, but she especially enjoys helping and teaching children and families.

Pam enjoys any connection with nature and has been very happy in Oregon. She especially likes exploring with her grandsons and her husband. In her spare time she likes to hike, quilt, travel, and read.

Logan Molzahn, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist