Meet Our Team

Jeffrey Blanchard - Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - South Salem

Jeffrey Blanchard

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist

Jeff claims to be an Oregonian at heart through his father’s family, who began farming Yamhill County in the early 1900’s. Jeff moved every couple of years during his childhood and lived in the states of Indiana, Kentucky, California, North Carolina, Illinois, the Azores Islands and Connecticut. After graduation from Trumbull High School in Connecticut, Jeff pursued his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He spent 2 years after his freshman year serving as a missionary in Madrid, Spain, which is where he learned fluency in the Spanish language. Shortly after his return, he met and married his wife, Janalyn. Jeff went on to earn his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

Jeff brings valuable orthopedic and manual therapy experience to Therapeutic Associates. He is one of only a handful of Board Certified Orthopedic Specialists here in the Mid-Willamette Valley. As such, he is better equipped to address more complicated injuries and dysfunction. Jeff has been trained in spinal manipulation as well as various forms of myofascial release including Fascial Distortion and ASTYM™. Jeff’s eclectic manual therapy background and extensive exercise education as well as his ability to communicate and connect with his patients help his patients recover and regain their abilities quickly.

While Jeff is away from his clinic, he enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 sons. He can often be found with his boys hiking and backpacking the many scenic trails of the great Northwest.

Josiah Faville - Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - South Salem

Josiah Faville

Physical Therapist

Josiah hails from Keizer, where he spent the first 18 years of his life involved in sports, Young Life, and outdoor adventuring in the backwoods of Oregon. After graduating from McNary High School, in 2006 he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Seattle Pacific University. Josiah then went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009 from the University of Puget Sound, where he was awarded the Physical Therapy Graduate Fellowship. During the second summer of his graduate studies he married his wife, Renee, and then returned to his roots in Oregon to begin clinical practice.

Josiah brings with him a valuable set of skills gleaned from his study under several of the Northwest’s leading experts in orthopedic and manual therapy. He received his Board Certification in Orthopedics in 2012, he became a Certified Manual Physical Therapist and a Certified Orthopedic Manipulative Therapist in 2014, and he is now pursuing a Fellowship through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Josiah has found a special interest in manual therapy, spine care, and lower extremity biomechanics.

While not at the clinic, he enjoys exercising, gardening, reading, and most of all, spending time with his wife and two daughters.

Bret Reordan

Bret Reordan

Physical Therapist

Bret grew up in Southern Oregon, competing for South Medford High School in baseball, swimming, and water polo. After attaining his Bachelor of Science from Portland State University, Bret attended the School of Physical Therapy at George Fox University. As a graduate student, Bret conducted research related to motor control and hip fracture. Upon graduating with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Bret was recognized with the Pursuit of Excellence award.

An athletic injury and the subsequent rehabilitation sparked Bret’s interest in physical therapy. His interests include orthopedic physical therapy and sports rehabilitation. Bret’s treatment approach is founded on evidence-based practice employing manual therapy, exercise, and education. He is advancing his training by pursuing a Residency focused on Orthopedic Manual Therapy. One component of his residency education includes manual therapy training through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.

In his free time, Bret enjoys spending time with his wife and son, exercising, reading, and being outdoors.


Christine Johnson

Physical Therapist Assistant

Christine was born in Albany, Oregon but was raised in the northern foothills of the Colorado Rockies. Inspired by the mountain landscape that surrounded her and her appreciation for athletics, Christine found a passion in helping others through sport, orthopedic and neuro physical therapy. Christine attended Brigham Young University Idaho where she received an Applied Associates in Physical Therapy Assistance in 2015. After graduation, Christine and her husband moved to Oregon where she continued her bachelor’s degree in Exercise physiology and passed her licensing exam in 2016.

Christine’s experience in clinical rotations taught her that the most valuable part of working on a team is learning from the experts around her. She now thrives in this fast-paced educational environment, feeling blessed to learn new techniques while bringing positive change to people’s lives. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her loving husband, playing sports, and exploring the outdoors through hiking, rock climbing, and hunting.

Maggie Blanchard - Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - South Salem

Maggie Blanchard

Licensed Massage Therapist

Maggie Blanchard brings valuable massage therapy expertise to Therapeutic Associates Valley Physical Therapy South. She is an Oregon Board licensed massage therapist with 8 years of experience specializing in multiple approaches of massage and body work. Maggie received her massage education at Myotherapy College of Utah in Salt Lake City, where she studied Swedish, Sports, Spa, Pregnancy, Reflexology, Chair and many other forms of massage.

Maggie moved from Utah to Oregon in 2006 where she maintained a private practice in Monmouth and did volunteer work at Anduluz water birth center for postpartum mothers. Maggie demonstrates a strong natural empathy for people who may be experiencing pain and other forms of physical discomfort. Her sensitivity and success in massage therapy is a direct result of her personal empathy for her patients as well as her professional skill. Maggie is also an excellent listener and has a special talent for connecting with people in a way that facilitates a sense of calm and peace. During her practice, she has enjoyed providing therapeutic massage for many conditions including, whiplash injuries, sprains and strains, repetitive stress injury and muscle spasms/knots.

Maggie is married and enjoys living in the small town of Monmouth.  When not working on her massage skills with patients and clients, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, camping and biking.  She also enjoys reading and crochet.


Sidney Brown - South Salem

Sidney Brown

Administrative Coordinator

Sidney is a born and raised Oregonian hailing from La Grande, a small town located in Northeast Oregon. She joined Therapeutic Associates after studying exercise science at Eastern Oregon University for four years. While in La Grande, Sidney also worked at a physical therapy clinic for three years, which helped build her knowledge of the physical therapy world. She contributes a knowledge base of various requirements for insurances as well as different therapeutic exercises and techniques.

Sidney is driven to help patients heal and get back to living their best lives. The most rewarding part of her job is seeing patients improve.

In Sidney’s spare time, she enjoys spending time with her dog and her family. She also enjoys hiking, camping, running, reading books and just getting away from technology. Whenever she gets the chance she also loves doing obstacle course races, zip lining, snowboarding, and the anything that gets the adrenaline running.