Tim Valenti

Tim Valenti, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Tim completed his undergraduate studies at University of California, Davis and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Pacific University Oregon. An avid cyclist, distance swimmer, and Division 1 collegiate triathlete, his extensive background in athletics and movement science complement his clinical skills in orthopedic manual therapy.

Tim enjoys working one-on-one with his patients to develop individualized treatment programs aimed at helping them reach their goals. Tim’s clinical interests include treating orthopedic conditions, post-surgical rehabilitation, and sports injuries with a focus on preventative care. He utilizes a patient-centered approach with an emphasis on manual therapy techniques and exercise progression.

When not in the clinic Tim can be found cooking, gardening or riding his cyclocross bike around Portland.

Articles written by Tim Valenti

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Cycling: Stretches to avoid a stiff neck

Neck pain is one of the most common complaints from cyclists - and it’s no wonder! We cyclists spend a lot of waking hours in the same position with our backs bent in a forward position, placing great demands on the neck. We sit bent over driving, we sit bent over at our desks, and we sit bent over our handlebars, spinning pedal strokes down the road. Over time, all those hours in that forward-leaning position, on and off the bike, can lead to increased load and stress on muscles, ligaments, and joints of the spine.