Meet Our Team

Matt Rogers

Matthew Rogers

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist

Matt grew up in Oregon City, OR and was valedictorian and captain of the football and track teams at Oregon City High School. He then attended the University of Oregon and graduated in 2006 with a BS in Human Physiology. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Creighton University in 2009. He graduated from the APTA Orthopaedic Residency Program in 2011 and became a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist. In 2013, he became a board certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. He specializes in manual therapy, sports and orthopaedic rehabilitation, and the ASTYM™ system. He is passionate about injury prevention, community outreach, and working with a team of experts in providing quality care.

Matt is married to his high school sweetheart Amanda, has three daughters, and enjoys hiking, camping, and biking.


  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
  • Oregon Physical Therapy Association (OPTA)
  • North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT)
  • Orthopaedic Section of the APTA
  • APTA Orthopaedic Residency Program
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • Oregon City Chamber of Commerce (Since 2012)
  • PT for Humanity
  • A Race for Grace (Founder)
  • North American Sports Medicine Institute (NASMI)
  • Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine – The Founders Clinic
Kelsy Wright

Kelsy Wright

Physical Therapist

Kelsy is originally from Molokai, Hawaii and recently graduated from Regis University in Denver, Colorado with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She received her BS in Exercise Science at Pacific University in Forest Grove. While at Pacific, she played volleyball as a middle-blocker and received NWC first team honors as a freshman and senior, and honorable mention her sophomore and junior year. She was also voted student-athlete of the week and most inspirational athlete in her last year.

During both undergrad and graduate school, Kelsy was active in research analyzing energy expenditure of handball players and developing a screening tool to detect functional decline in older adults. She enjoys working with people of all ages and has a special interest in sports performance and vestibular disorders. She strives to provide patient-centered care, focusing on individual goals in conjunction with evidence-based techniques to improve function and quality of life. She is eager to continue her education and further develop her manual therapy skills while at Therapeutic Associates to obtain her OCS, CSCS, and CMPT.

In her free time, Kelsy enjoys staying active playing volleyball, golf, and hiking with her husband Ben. She also loves painting and playing with her corgi June.

Ryan Wells

Ryan Wells

Director of Sports Performance

Ryan attended Oregon City High School and was a three-year varsity lettermen in basketball and baseball. He was an all-league selection in both sports and is the all-time leader in 3-pointers in a season (82) and 3-point percentage in a season (46.7%) at OCHS. He went on to attend Lewis & Clark College and graduated in 2006 with a BA in Economics. As a basketball player for Lewis & Clark, he was a four-year letter winner, a three-year starter, and was twice selected to the NWC All-Conference Team. He holds Lewis and Clark and Northwest Conference Records for 3-pointers made in a game (12) and season (99), and is second all time in a career (299).

In 2008, after a two-year stint in commercial real estate, he returned to Lewis & Clark as the strength and conditioning coach for the men’s basketball team. It was during this time he realized his passion for athletic performance training. After four years with the team, he continued on to work at TWIST Sport Conditioning Center and has worked with athletes of all ages and levels, including two-time Olympic gold medalist Mariel Zagunis and Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Gabe Miller. He is passionate about taking athletes to the next level in their sport. Ryan currently resides in Tigard and spends most of his free time on the golf course, basketball court, and softball field.

Amy Lepire

Amy Lepire

Head Athletic Trainer, Oregon City High School

Originally from Aurora Oregon, Amy graduated Suma Cum Laude from George Fox University with her BS in Athletic Training in 2013. In 2015, she received her MS in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Lock Haven University. Amy is an Oregon Licensed Athletic Trainer and is a member of the Board of Certification (BOC), National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA), and the Oregon Athletic Trainers Society (OATS). She is also a Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP).

Amy was a four-time varsity softball letterman and received several 1st team honors along the way, including the 4A conference Player of the Year as a junior. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, running, playing softball, camping, and other outside activities. She also loves a good movie; her favorite is Remember the Titans.

We are excited to have Amy join our team this year as she continues her work with the athletes at Oregon City High School.


  • National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)
  • Oregon Athletic Trainers Association (OATS)
  • Licensed Oregon Athletic Trainer
  • Board Of Certification (BOC)
  • Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP)
Jamie Peterson

Jamie Peterson

Administrative Supervisor

Jamie grew up in West Linn, OR but has since jumped the river and now lives in Oregon City. She played softball for 13 years (lettering all four years and serving as captain her senior year) and coached JV softball for West Linn High School for two years. During her off season from softball, she logged over 1400 hours of volunteer time in the Athletic Training room helping support the Athletic Trainer. Jamie studied at Ashmead College to earn her Certification of Massage Therapy, and while that is still a passion in her spare time, her focus is now on her husband and two daughters.