Meet Our Team

Scott Hein - Forest Grove Physical Therapy

Scott Hein

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist

Scott graduated with his doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2003. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oregon in Exercise & Movement Science in 2000. Scott worked as a physical therapist in orthopedics for 4 years in Salem-Keizer, Oregon and became the director of Therapeutic Associates Forest Grove in June 2007.

Scott is active in his pursuit of continuing education, with an emphasis on manual therapy. In 2011, he became Board Certified as an Orthopedic Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. In July, 2016, Scott completed 6 months of intensive coursework to become certified as a Therapeutic Pain Specialist (click to read more). He has completed certification through Level II of the North American Institute of Manual Therapy and has finished coursework through Level III advanced seminars. Scott has also completed five courses through the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute with an emphasis on treating pain and manual therapy related to the nervous system. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with family, boating, water skiing, hiking, camping, and music.

Maria Sanchez - Forest Grove Physical Therapy

Maria Matson

Physical Therapist

Maria graduated with her Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from Creighton University in May 2013 and received her Bachelor’s degree in Combined Sciences from Santa Clara University in 2008. Maria worked as a physical therapist in acute care for over a year at Oregon Health & Science University before deciding to pursue a career in outpatient orthopedics with Therapeutic Associates.

Maria is focusing her continuing education on orthopedic manual therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and has a special interest in aquatic therapy, treatment of chronic pain and pain education, and implementation of yoga principles into orthopedic physical therapy. She is a certified yoga instructor and has focused her training on alignment based yoga. Maria applies this set of knowledge and skills in combination with manual therapy techniques and exercise to promote healing, health and well-being both physically and mentally. She also enjoys helping those that have an interest in starting or progressing through their yoga practice post injury and/or surgery. She is passionate about motivating and helping others reach their goals with focus on promoting joint and tissue health, and injury prevention.

Maria is originally from Ecuador and is a native Spanish speaker, and enjoys treating the Hispanic population. In her free time, Maria enjoys the outdoors especially hiking and camping in the Pacific NW, running, yoga, traveling, and spending time with her husband.


Paul Wilson

Physical Therapist

Paul graduated with his Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Pacific University. Throughout his time in physical therapy school, Paul worked as an adjunct Athletic Trainer for Pacific University in Forest Grove, using his skill set to assist collegiate athletes return to sport after injury and providing medical coverage for sporting events. During his education at Pacific, Paul was the sole recipient of the Lellelid Endowed Scholarship, which was awarded due to his commitment to service while maintaining a strong academic standing. Prior to this, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Azusa Pacific University, and was awarded the Outstanding Senior Award for his exceptional academic and clinical performance. Throughout his undergraduate education, Paul had a leadership role with an organization providing physical therapy to children with disabilities in Mexicali, Mexico, and spent much of his free time serving in Mexico. During this experience, Paul developed a working competency in the Spanish language.

Paul is passionate about working with his patients to alleviate their pain, while preventing re-injury. After hearing their story and goals, Paul performs a thorough physical therapy examination to create a personalized treatment plan based upon their specific needs. Paul strives to empower his patients to do what they love at their highest level of performance, using hands-on treatment techniques and manual therapy, addressing movement impairments, and creating individualized therapeutic exercise programs.

Paul enjoys working with patients with a variety of musculoskeletal injuries and people of all ages. His background as a Certified Athletic Trainer has given him experience working with athletes of all ages. Paul enjoys working with the athletic population to not only manage injuries, but also for improved performance and injury prevention.

Paul is committed to clinical excellence, and plans to focus his continuing education on manual therapy, treating the injured runner, and movement assessment. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, hiking, backpacking, running, camping, cycling, weight lifting, traveling, and enjoying all the beauty the Pacific Northwest has to offer.


Jacob Stubbs

Administrative Coordinator

Jacob was born and raised in Forest Grove. After attending Forest Grove high school, he served 7 years in the Oregon Army National Guard, including deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. He was also involved in humanitarian aid during Katrina relief and the flooding in Vernonia. Jacob graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise and Sports Science in 2013.

He first started working for Therapeutic Associates at the Hillsboro location as an aide in February 2014, and was promoted to the Administrative Coordinator position at the Forest Grove clinic September 2017. When he’s not at work, Jacob enjoys spending time outdoors horseback riding, hiking, fishing, and hunting, in addition to landscaping his new house he shares with his wife and three dogs.