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Sellwood Physical Therapy - Nick Wilkins

Nick Wilkins, PT, DPT

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

Nick Wilkins, Doctor of Physical Therapy, received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Riverside. While attending UCR, he competed on the golf team under scholarship. The team won 2 Div. I Big West titles. His senior year he earned national recognition as an All American Scholar.

He continued on to pursue his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, graduating with top honors of his class with the Alumni Scholarship Achievement Award from Loma Linda University in 2010. For the next 2 years, he worked as a Caddie and PT for a professional golfer on the PGA Tour, helping contribute to 3 victories.

Nick then moved to the great Pacific Northwest where he was offered the privilege to work under Fellow Tim Brinker at Therapeutic Associates in Hillsboro. During this time, Nick completed his Manual Therapy Specialty and Residency in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy training, successfully earning his manual therapy certification (CMPT) with the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy in 2015, and became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2017.

As the director of Sellwood Physical Therapy, Nick strives to translate his personal relationship with sports and hard earned knowledge in manual therapy into a tailored experience for each patient. He has a particular passion in educating patients about the cause of their symptoms and utilizing manual therapy techniques unique to each patient’s needs to help them achieve their health goals.

Living and working in the Sellwood neighborhood allows him and his wife to enjoy the small town feel. Outside of work, Nick enjoys playing on a recreational hockey team and golfing the beautiful Oregon links.

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Katrina Wilkins, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Katrina Wilkins has been working in the Orthopedic Physical Therapy setting for the past 7 years, having graduated from Loma Linda University in 2010. She has had the privilege to work with a range of clients: from firefighters, police officers and U.S. Veterans, to high school and college athletes, weekend warriors and those who just want to get back to their normal day-to-day activity.

She has been a runner all her life and prides herself on being a biomechanical expert, translating her knowledge of how the body functions into tailored exercise programs for her patients. Katrina also utilizes manual therapy techniques and education unique to each patient’s needs. She is a certified yoga teacher and has completed rehabilitative Stott Pilates courses as well as studying under NAIOMT (The North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy) for more advancement.

Outside of work, she trains for half and full marathons as well as triathlons, and more importantly she enjoys spending time with her loving husband, exploring everything the PNW has to offer!

Trevor Wilde - Sellwood Physical Therapy

Trevor Wilde

Physical Therapy Aide

Trevor Wilde is a dance artist and personal trainer based in Portland, Oregon. He received his BFA in Modern Dance from University of Utah and received his personal training certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He danced professionally for companies in Utah before moving to the Pacific Northwest to dance with various companies and work as a freelance choreographer. In addition to ballet and contemporary training, Wilde has also trained in classical Indian dance technique called Bharatanatyam. Trevor has choreographed for professional companies and colleges in both Utah and Oregon. Wilde also co-founded “Dillon & Wilde + Artists,” a dance collective whose mission is to create accessible dance works for the public. He also worked at 24 Hour Fitness as a personal trainer, focusing on flexibility and functional fitness. Trevor decided to become a physical therapist aide to help inform his personal training practice and to help create a stronger emphasis on wellness and functional movement pathways for injury prevention in the dance community. He’s currently considering going to graduate school to become a physical therapist or a dance science specialist.