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Meet Our Team

Scott Hein - Forest Grove Physical Therapy

Scott Hein, PT, DPT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist
  • Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
  • Therapeutic Pain Specialist

Scott graduated with his doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2003. He received his bachelor 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 Inc., Forest Grove in June 2007.

Scott has been active in his pursuit of continuing education and in 2011 he sat for the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties exam. Scott passed his examination, becoming a Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialist. This certification recognizes Scott as a specialist within his field, demonstrating “advanced clinical knowledge, skill and experience in orthopedics.” He has completed certification through Level II of the North American Institute of Manual Therapy and has finished coursework through Level III advanced seminars. In 2016, Scott completed 6 months of intensive coursework to become certified as a Therapeutic Pain Specialist. Completion of this program ensures that a Physical Therapist is utilizing the most up-to-date information and clinical advancements to assist patients in pain.

In his free time, Scott enjoys spending time with family, camping, mountain biking, and music.

Anne Patron -Forest Grove Physical Therapy

Anne Patron, PT, DPT, MEd

Physical Therapist

Anne was drawn to physical therapy because of how individual treatment can be. She enjoys considering all of a person’s experiences when establishing their plan of care. She thinks that everyone is a little messy and a fun part of the job of a physical therapist is to ensure people can continue to be messy and not feel limited! Anne graduated with her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island. Anne received her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science as well as her Masters of Education from Frostburg State University in Maryland. Previous to Therapeutic Associates, Anne worked as a physical therapist in downtown Portland, where she worked with people who had orthopedic, pelvic, and vestibular dysfunctions.

Anne is continuing to study manual therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy to complement her orthopedic knowledge. She is currently pursuing advanced training for pelvic rehabilitation from the Herman & Wallace Institute. Anne enjoys treating people with pelvic dysfunction and pain because of how significantly these issues affect every aspect of life. She treats vestibular impairments as well, and finds that there is so much to learn from each system of the body!

A native of Maryland but a hater of humidity, Anne is pleased to have found a home in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Anne started her athletic life as a soccer, softball, and tennis player, but over the years has essentially kept to running. She competed in cross country and track and field at the collegiate Division III level and continues to race today. She likes to hike and be outside, cook, read, binge-watch Netflix, explore new places, and people-watch.

Carly Negrila - Therapeutic Associates Forest Grove Physical Therapy

Carly L. Negrila, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Carly graduated with her doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Pacific University. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Waynesburg University in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. Carly is currently pursuing advanced study in manual orthopedics and certification in aquatic therapy.

When not at work, Carly enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, spending time outdoors, and studying the Bible.

Noah Marek - Therapeutic Associates Forest Grove Physical Therapy

Noah Marek, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Noah graduated with his doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2020 and received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Pacific University in 2017. He has lived in the Portland-metro area for his entire life and takes pride in where he lives. Noah is currently taking courses and studying topics geared toward improving his expertise in orthopedics and persistent pain.

Noah was drawn to the profession of Physical Therapy due to its integration of health, wellness, and exercise concepts. As someone who loves learning, this field allows him to be continually researching new ideas and integrating them into his clinical practice. He strives to create a healthy, positive relationship and an individualized plan of care for each patient. He is an advocate for making lifestyle modifications that help produce more wholistic changes in health status by integrating these behaviors in small, tangible ways.

In his free time, Noah enjoys resistance training (kettlebell lifting in particular), spending time with his wife and family, going on outdoor adventures, watching various TV series, and learning about new topics.

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Jacob Stubbs

Administrative Supervisor

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.