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Cedar Hills

Therapeutic Associates Cedar Hills Physical Therapy

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Reach out today, our team is ready to help.

10215 SW Park Way, Suite D
Portland, 
OR  
97225

Our Hours

Monday: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday: 8:00am - 7:00pm

Wednesday: 6:00am - 7:00pm

Thursday: 8:00am - 7:00pm

Friday: 6:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday: 7:00am - 1:00pm

Sunday: Closed

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Comprehensive care designed to empower you to reach your goals.

At Therapeutic Associates Cedar Hills Physical Therapy, we are committed to working with you to optimize your experience on your road to recovery and maximum healing. We emphasize education, cutting-edge therapy techniques and hands-on, personalized, expert care in a uniquely supportive environment.

Your choice for physical therapy.

Our locally owned and operated clinic is conveniently located on the corner of Hwy 26 and Hwy 217, across the street from the Beaverton DMV. Our team of experienced physical therapists provides expert care in all orthopedic and sports conditions, with a focus on prevention. Our background in manual therapy and movement integration focuses on the cause, not just the symptoms. We are committed to being an integral part of your healthcare team with a focus on customized treatment approaches.

We prioritize maintaining an exceptional staff with a diverse range of experience and expertise. A focus on continuing education ensures that each of our therapists is on the leading edge of treatment methods and clinical excellence. Whether you’ve undergone surgery, are rehabilitating after an injury, or are focused on maintaining and enhancing your movement and performance, we are here to help you get back to the things you love.

Committed to our community.

We are committed to our local communities and regularly volunteer our time and resources and offer sponsorships for local charities, clubs, organizations and high schools. As rehabilitation, movement, and wellness specialists, we believe in giving back and value the partnership we share in helping our community members maintain healthy and active lifestyles.

Check out our clinic space.

Our clinic was designed to empower every patient to reach their full potential, incorporating private treatment spaces and dedicated exercise areas.

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What
they say...

Jeanne D. Avatar
Jeanne D.
6/01/2022 - Google

I am very happy with the PT I am getting from Jennifer TostenRud. She is knowledgeable and communicates that... read more

Brian S. Avatar
Brian S.
5/31/2022 - Google

I went there for shoulder pain. The person I was assigned to was Diane Kwon. I had done... read more

Bonnie O. Avatar
Bonnie O.
5/22/2022 - Google

Aimee, PT at therapeutic Associates on Parkway in Beaverton, is the main therapist who can do physical therapy for TMJ... read more

Our services — designed to help you reach your goals.

Offering a wide range of multidisciplinary treatments, including manual and movement-based therapies as well as performance and preventative services, our team’s mission is to provide quality rehabilitation, performance enhancement and life-long fitness.

We treat each individual 1:1, like a family member

Your goals matter. Physical therapy can help you reach them.

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Your path to physical health starts here.

Dedicated to patient-centered care

Hands-on treatment approach

Caring and fun support teams

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#MyPTStory

Bouncing Back and Beyond

When a knee injury brought the 2021 gymnastics season to a halt for 17-year-old Abby Huber, the ambitious high school athlete immediately began fighting her way back. Through her rehabilitation, she not only found joy in returning to her sport, but she discovered an interest in pursuing a career in physical therapy.

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Running Toward the Rings  

It might not be something you hear a lot about, but even professional athletes lean on physical therapists to maintain their high level of physical performance and to help them fight through potential setbacks. For elite runner Sarah King, PT was part of her 2021 journey to Tokyo.

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From Wheelchair to Walking Again

Life can change in the blink of an eye. For Arthur Shaw, one small misstep led to a devastating fall that left him broken and bound to a wheelchair. Determination, hard work and a partnership with his physical therapist got him back on his feet again.

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Laughing With Confidence

After years of experiencing incontinence and worrying about leaving home without planning for potential issues, pelvic health physical therapy gave Jenny Holaday back her ability to live a spontaneous, care-free life and a chance to play freely with her kids without the burden of a leaking bladder.

Recent Clinic Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
If you have pain in your jaw on one or both sides, you may have TMD, sometimes referred to as TMJ. Our skilled physical therapists are educated and experienced in treating this disorder and can help get you on the road to recovery.
The road we travel will have hills, peaks, valleys, and some potholes. Luckily, there are many things we...
Throughout the world, scientists and doctors have been working diligently to understand the prolonged, adverse effects of Post-COVID Syndrome. Also known as long-COVID or long-haulers, the...

Recent Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
Like a lot of athletes, physical therapist Matt Rogers grew up in the “no pain, no gain” world. This line of thinking, it turns out, has been applied inappropriately to a lot of things in our lives.
As physical therapists, we hear a lot of questions related to the infamous hamstring muscles! Many of these questions are centered around the impact of a painful hamstring during running. We are going to tackle this one question at a time.
Some people just simply wake up dizzy one morning – the room is spinning and then, eventually, it settles down and feels normal again. But, if the feeling as if the room is spinning comes back every time you move your head in a certain way or you move your head quickly, you may have something called vertigo.

How can we help you today?