At Therapeutic Associates Oregon City, we have a variety of Physical Therapy services to help meet your needs. We treat all orthopedic injuries, including chronic and acute injuries or movement dysfunctions. Our staff is highly skilled in manual therapy including using the ASTYM system and spinal and extremity manipulation for appropriate patients. If you are a post-operative patient, or looking to avoid surgery with conservative management, we have a team of Physical Therapists ready to help. If you are an athlete and need help managing athletic injuries we have the staff and facilities to help you heal and train appropriately to return to your sport, maybe even better than when you were injured.

In addition to treating orthopedic injuries, we also have a large variety of specialty physical therapy services like TMD/TMJ, balance/vestibular, motor vehicle accident care, acute low back pain care, pediatric injuries, pre & post-partum care, amputee rehabilitation, work injury and sport-specific injury. We enjoy working with other professionals including primary care physicians, personal trainers, etc. to coordinate your care and help you meet all of your goals!

Our Programs

Amputee Rehabilitation

We offer a specialized program to provide quality care for patients affected by limb loss by working with each patient individually and tailoring care to their specific needs. We are partnering with Evergreen Orthotics & Prosthetics to provide coordinated care at our numerous locations across Oregon and Washington. Our experts in Physical Therapy provide assessment and treatment of the whole person for functional restoration, prosthetic use, and pain management.

Manual Therapy

The term “manual therapy” refers to hands-on treatment of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Manual therapy encompasses a broad group of sophisticated techniques performed by hand and by uniquely trained physical therapists. These may include mobilizations or manipulations of soft tissue and skeletal joints. Manual therapy techniques aim to decrease pain and increase function.

Motor Vehicle Accident Care

Motor vehicle accidents can have devastating effects on the body. It is not uncommon to see everything from whiplash and fractures to muscle strains and tearing. Physical therapy is important in helping those who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, as it helps to reduce stiffness and improve range of motion, while also aiding in overall recovery.
Temporomandibular Dysfunction

Temporomandibular Dysfunction

Our Temporomandibular Dysfunction Program focuses on assessment, direct intervention, and patient education. The goal of our program is to decrease pain, improve posture, and maximize function of patients through efficient and effective delivery of outcomes-based physical therapy services.
Vestibular Treatment

Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation

Vestibular Therapy is specialized physical therapy directed at the vestibular component of the nervous system. The vestibular system uses information from the eyes, inner ear and extremities to help keep your body balanced. Sometimes, this information is incomplete or distorted, causing dizziness or a loss of balance. The purpose of vestibular therapy is to restore good communication between these sources of information and the brain in order to allow better balance or improve dizziness.

Pre & Post-Partum Rehabilitation at Oregon City Physical Therapy

The pelvic floor and abdominals go through a lot before, during, and after pregnancy and will affect the way we move throughout the day. We at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy are here to help you return to your optimal function and get you back to doing everything busy moms do!
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Pediatric Physical Therapy

Pediatric physical therapy assists in the early detection of health problems, in addition to the treatment of a variety of injuries and disorders/diseases that affect the muscles, bones, and joints. Treatments of children from infancy through adolescence focus on improving gross and fine motor skills, balance and coordination, strength and endurance, as well as cognitive and sensory processing and integration.

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