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Meet Our Team

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.

Eric Falquist - Stafford Hills

Eric Falquist, PT, MPT

Physical Therapist
  • Certified Manual Physical Therapist

Eric graduated with his degree in Physical Therapy from California State University Long Beach in 2014. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Portland State University in 2009. He worked as a wildlife biologist before pursuing a career in physical therapy.

He has worked in a variety of clinics throughout Oregon where he has learned a wide array of techniques to apply across a diverse patient population. He is currently taking orthopedic classes through the North American Institue Of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and working toward advanced certification. He specializes in manual therapy including ASTYM, joint mobilization/manipulation, functional specific exercise training, along with pain neuroscience education.

In his free time, Eric enjoys mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, and traveling.

Cody Davis - Stafford Hills Physical Therapy

Cody Davis

Exercise Specialist
Therapeutic Associates at Stafford Hills Club - Courtney Andre

Courtney Andre

Administrative Coordinator

Meet Our Service Partners

Felicity Woebkenberg - Stafford Hills

Felicity Woebkenberg, LAc, MAcOM, RN, BSN, NADA Certified

Licensed Acupuncturist | Registered Nurse* Portland Acupuncture Group

I began my work as a healthcare provider in 2004 as a nurse. This started with direct clinical experience caring for those with acute pulmonary, renal, diabetic, psychiatric, respiratory, and gastrointestinal disorders, as well as end of life care on a medical unit of one of the most active hospitals in Portland Oregon. In addition to the understanding I gained in regards to the sensitive process of chronic illness, I later branched out to learn more about the beginning roots of life by also working on a mother-baby unit and pediatrics. It was there that I witnessed the transformative process of parenthood, family dynamics, and the wisdom available to the newborn and child.

Although I enjoyed the challenge and complexity of this environment, another calling was tugging at my heartstrings. I wanted a place where I could empower and assist others on their journey; a place that could prevent and reduce the need and the use of continual acute medical intervention. I became fascinated with prevention and how energetics and lifestyle choices could influence health.

This ultimately led me towards acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. And through my own journey and experience into therapies available beyond the external eye, I found that acupuncture not only treated the body, but also intrinsically had the ability to touch on something else which was unique. Acupuncture had the ability to calm the mind and touch on something deep within the soul which can give the impetuous needed to make a positive change.

I obtained my master’s degree in acupuncture and Chinese medicine and have made it my own personal mission to study the field of energy medicine, healing through community building, and the beauty of finding a partnership and balance in conjunction with the specialties in our modern western world. I make a point of also treating those with limited access to care, and have worked/volunteered locally as well as abroad in a remote village in Chapagoan, Nepal. I have experience with addictions, internal medicine, mental wellness, pain, chronic conditions, acute conditions, and family medicine (including children). Energy in itself is interchangeable, timeless, and malleable. We all have the choice in what we decide to do with it, and how we decide to use it in the world.

“If I create from the heart nearly everything works”- Mark Chagall


WEBSITE: www.portland-acucpuncturegroup.com

APPOINTMENTS: Call our clinic to schedule.

* Felicity is an Independent Service Partner.