Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Wilsonville

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It has been estimated that 70-100 percent of women are wearing the wrong size bra. Though this is a daily issue for most women, this is even more impactful in women participating in fitness activities.
Even if we wear the best shoes and have the most optimal form, taking specific care of our feet is an important part of any training program. 
In 1952, Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy opened its doors as a one-clinic organization. Today the company has grown to include clinics throughout the PNW. This year, many of those clinics are celebrating milestone anniversaries, including Wilsonville which opened a decade ago.
Physical therapy is one of the fastest-growing careers in the country. As Sarah Borquist celebrates her clinic's 10-year anniversary, she reflects on her journey with Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy.
Once you’ve made the decision to pursue physical therapy, you may begin to wonder what to expect. Understandable! Physical therapist Sarah Macomber describes what you can expect during your initial evaluation and why it’s so important.
When our spine wears down, it is less able to do its essential tasks, including protecting the spinal nerves: a condition called spinal stenosis. If you have been suffering from back pain, especially burning or achy pain associated with nerve irritation, physical therapy can help.
At Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Wilsonville, clinic director Sarah Macomber strives to ensure every patient has an exceptional experience and optimal outcome. Here, the clinic team takes pride in providing personalized treatment, so patients feel better faster.
Sara Macomber, clinic director at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – Wilsonville, treasures the relationships she builds with her patients and wants each of them to consider her their PT for life. She loves the local area, its people, its coffee and its wine, and she does her best to slow...
What is a Concussion? A concussion is an injury to the brain that can happen after a hit to the head or as a result of any force that causes shaking of the head. Concussions can occur to any athlete, at any skill level, and the symptoms may not appear...

All Therapeutic Associates Blog Posts

Health & Wellness
Massage therapy services offer a dual-purpose solution that can complement your physical therapy sessions or stand alone as a powerful tool for wellness.
flexibility, injury rehabilitation, mobility, pain relief, relaxation
Athletic Performance
Like with any exercise, pushup form plays a factor in achieving the desired outcomes – both for targeting the proper muscle groups, and for injury prevention.
Exercise, injury prevention, pain prevention, pain relief, Shoulder
Company Culture
The physical therapy team at Therapeutic Associates South Hillsboro Physical Therapy takes pride in being a resource for the expansive Hillsboro community. Here patients of all ages - from infants to great grandparents and everyone in between - are supported and inspired to work hard to reach their goals.
careers, Company Culture
Clinic News
As someone who enjoys the outdoors and being active, Jocelyn Davis understands the importance of pain-free movement and values the opportunity to help people achieve it, both in her role as administrative coordinator and as a massage therapist.
careers, Company Culture
Conditions
If you are among the majority of the population that experiences low back pain, remember that physical therapy should be your first line of defense to recovery so you can get back to doing what you enjoy!
back pain, Exercise, low back pain, physical therapy
Fitness
Bending, lifting, pushing, and pulling can wake up those aches and pains that tend to lay low during the slower activity levels of the winter months, and put us in positions susceptible to injury. But gardening does not have to be harmful to the body.
dynamic warm up, ergonomics, hydration, Stretching
Clinic News
Physical therapist Bailey Ouellette is committed to providing personalized care designed to help people reach their individual goals. With two little kids of her own, she enjoys family outings and adventures whether at the local parks or during trips to the beach.
careers, Company Culture
Clinic News
PT Irene Morrow enjoys getting to know and working with patients of all ages and abilities. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys balancing relaxation and adventure.
careers, Company Culture
Clinic News
For physical therapist Emily Quinn, specializing in developmental pediatric PT was a natural career progression. Play for Emily is not only part of her professional life, but it’s what keeps her enjoying life outside of work, too.
careers, Company Culture

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