Adam Wachter - Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy at Stafford Hills

Adam Wachter, PT, MPT

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Therapeutic Pain Specialist

Adam is a Long Island, NY native who earned his degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware in 2003. He also attained his Bachelor’s degree in biology with minors in chemistry and nutrition from the University of Delaware. While at Delaware he was a member of the football team as a defensive end and tight end. He joined Therapeutic Associates after leaving his practice in Los Angeles in 2011, and is the Clinic Director of TAI at Stafford Hills Club in Tualatin. Adam specializes in postural, gait, and running analysis, as well as sports rehabilitation, injury rehabilitation and a specialty focus in chronic pain treatment techniques. He has spent a lot of time travelling around the country, learning and adapting new treatment techniques. He also enjoys educating his patients in ways to stay healthy and spreading the importance of Physical Therapy to whomever he meets.

He enjoys working with all patient populations. Adam focuses on each individual’s injury and its relation to their function, realizing that patients’ goals are the most important aspect of physical therapy. He also addresses every biomechanical issue that may affect future activity. Adam has an interest in improving sports performance and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the NSCA.

Adam enjoys spending most of his free time with his wife and three kids and also finding time to run, bike, hike, and do woodworking or anything else he can outdoors.

Articles written by Adam Wachter

Trail Running Strength
Hitting the Trails Improves Running Health

Have you gotten tired of running the same road route over and over again? You may have even suffered an injury while doing the same repetitive run, resulting in an overuse injury. If so, trail running may be the perfect thing for you. It is a great way to challenge the body while training for a race and helps to break up the monotony of running on the road.