Sarah Macomber - Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Wilsonville

Sarah Macomber, PT, DPT, ATC

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

Sarah treats all types of musculoskeletal injuries and vestibular dysfunction. She also treats all areas of the body, but has a special interest in athletic injuries in addition to shoulders, knees, ankles, and post-surgical impairments.

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Southern California (#1 PT school in U.S. News and World Report)
  • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Experience rehabilitating NCAA Division I Baseball, Soccer, Basketball, Football, and Tennis
  • One of only 17 Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialists in Oregon

Sarah prides herself on developing a relationship with each patient to build common goals and reach the best possible outcome. She cares about each patient and strives to give individual attention and patient-based care.

Sarah grew up in Nebraska playing multiple sports but focused on softball and track in high school. She majored in Athletic Training and worked with University of Nebraska Athletic Medicine and Husker athletics, which left her with a great appreciation for Husker football. She moved to the great Northwest with her dog to enjoy the amazing outdoor activities, especially hiking and running.

Articles written by Sarah Macomber

pre race strength
Pre-Race Strengthening: Don't Forget to Start at the Bottom

When preparing for a race or competition, it is standard practice to include strengthening in any training program. You lift weights, perform squats for your legs, do push-ups or chest press for your arms and chest, and then finish your workout with some stretching (or at least you should). But how often do you strengthen and stretch your feet?