/
/
/
Clackamas

Therapeutic Associates Clackamas Physical Therapy

Reach out today, our team is ready to help.

13031 SE 84th Ave
Clackamas, 
OR  
97015

Our Hours

Monday: 7:00am - 7:00pm

Tuesday: 7:00am - 7:00pm

Wednesday: 7:00am - 7:00pm

Thursday: 7:00am - 7:00pm

Friday: 7:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Join our community

Empowering patients to reach their full potential.

At Therapeutic Associates Clackamas Physical Therapy, we are dedicated to providing personalized, compassionate care throughout your health and wellness journey. Our experts want you to be your happiest, healthiest self and focus on individualized, inclusive and evidence-based treatment approaches to support you along the way.

Collaborative care.

Whether you are recovering from a motor vehicle accident, returning from surgery, healing from a sports or work-related injury, dealing with general aches or pains, or adjusting to life after pregnancy or menopause, we will provide you with everything you need to meet your health goals. A focus on continuing education ensures that each of our therapists is on the leading edge of treatment methods and clinical excellence. Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive, high quality physical therapy care available.

Our physical therapist owned clinic is conveniently located in the heart of Clackamas, at the corner of SE 82nd Avenue and Sunnybrook Road. We focus on providing a comfortable, friendly atmosphere, with a professional and highly educated staff that is dedicated to working with you to provide treatment that is tailored to your needs. We strive to have excellent outcomes with our patients and focus on treating each person as a whole. We want to empower you with knowledge about your condition to help prevent future injuries and symptoms and improve your overall health.

Committed to our community.

We value being a part of the Clackamas community and have a passion for educating the public on the many benefits of physical therapy services. We believe in giving back and regularly volunteer our time and resources for local organizations. As the local experts in musculoskeletal health and movement, we would be honored to be a part of your health and healing to help get you back on the path to wellness and doing what you love!

female_exercising
mother_and_daughter
female_swimming

What
they say...

Cassidy A. Avatar
Cassidy A.
6/09/2022 - Google

I broke my collarbone in a wreck. It’s my first ever real broken bone. I was nervous. I felt comfortable... read more

Jean H. Avatar
Jean H.
9/07/2021 - Google

Emily treats my mom with a big heart. She knows exactly what she was doing. A wonderful therapist!

Joanne B. Avatar
Joanne B.
6/02/2021 - Google

My neck was causing me sleepless painful nights and after several weeks of PT with Jenna Le Roy the... 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.

Happy family playing on the couch

Your path to physical health starts here.

Dedicated to patient-centered care

Hands-on treatment approach

Caring and fun support teams

No data was found

#MyPTStory

young dancer on stage

From Pain to Platinum — A Dancer’s Transformative PT Journey

One of the highest awards in dance competition, the platinum had begun to seem out of reach for Savannah Lash as she faced challenges with decreasing flexibility and increasing pain. Physical therapy changed everything and gave the high school athlete the tools to reach her dreams.

##MyPTStory

Focus on the Finish Line

For Jason, an ultra runner and race director, the news was difficult to come to terms with. But, knowing he would have the team at Therapeutic Associates Pasco Physical Therapy on his side throughout his rehabilitation, he set his sights on overcoming this obstacle and getting to his next finish line.

#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.

#MyPTStory

PT Story Sarah King 1

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.

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.
Movement for Mommas! The pelvic floor and abdominals go through a lot before, during, and after pregnancy and...

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.
Osteoporosis is caused by a decrease in bone density, which makes bones more fragile and susceptible to breaking. A diagnosis can be intimidating, but understanding the risk factors, causes, symptoms and how to manage the condition can help you maintain an active life doing all the things you love.
Bones are excellent adaptors and grow stronger when they are loaded, or given a stimulus that makes them do their job to hold your skeleton up. Consistent strength training or weight bearing exercise can increase bone density and help prevent or manage osteoporosis.
There are many potential sources of injury to the knee, including cartilage, ligaments, muscles and tendons, as well as joint wear and tear (osteoarthritis). Sometimes, however, pain is felt in the knee even though there is no injury present. This is called patellofemoral syndrome.

How can we help you today?