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Grants Pass

Therapeutic Associates Grants Pass Physical Therapy

Grants Pass Team

Reach out today, our team is ready to help.

702 SW Ramsey Ave, Suite 220
Grants Pass, 
OR  
97527

Our Hours

Monday: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday: 7:30am - 5:00pm

Wednesday: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Thursday: 7:30am - 5:00pm

Friday: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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Personalized physical therapy care.

At Therapeutic Associates Grants Pass Physical Therapy we are committed to providing quality care through exercise and manual therapy. We use patient education as our primary tool to promote body and movement awareness and to assist our patients in learning how to help themselves.

Your partner for rehabilitation and performance training.

Conveniently located at the corner of Ramsey and Nebraska Ave in the Doctors Court building, our locally owned and operated clinic features personalized physical therapy in a friendly, upbeat and encouraging environment. We provide physical therapy and sports medicine services for patients of all ages and abilities, including manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, therapeutic modalities, cardiovascular conditioning, and strength training. Our highly trained staff is passionate about providing you with an experience that gets the results you want.

Our clinic has a large gym, private treatment rooms, and a therapeutic warm water pool. A variety of personal and professional backgrounds, combined with our state-of-the-art facility, enable us to effectively treat all ages and types of patients, ranging from infants to the elderly, from athletes to chronic pain cases. Whether you’re recovering after an injury, rehabilitating after surgery, managing a chronic condition or are seeking to improve your balance, strength and flexibility, our team is here for you.

Dedicated to our community.

It is part of our culture to give back to our communities. We actively volunteer our time at local community events, service clubs, and high schools. We value the partnership we share with our community and provide sponsorships for local organizations including Little League Baseball, ASA softball, GPHS Project Graduation, GPHS Booster Club, Lady Caver Basketball and the Boatnik Freedom Run, to name a few. We serve as a site for multiple Grants Pass High School career class students to observe and learn about the profession of physical therapy. We have also provided pre-season conditioning for skiing/snowboarding, softball/baseball and free ACL screens to female athletes to reduce knee injuries in female high school sports.

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What
they say...

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Josh M.
6/20/2022 - Google

Great environment, PT I work with has been great. Very clean facility, knowledgable staff.

Sean D. Avatar
Sean D.
2/11/2022 - Google

Truly one of the greatest med clinic of any med clinic of any kind. Everyone from the p.t.'s to the... read more

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Ramp U.
2/03/2022 - Google

The atmosphere is very welcoming, and I feel safe here as all safety guidelines are followed by everyone. I feel... read more

Our services — designed to help you reach your goals.

Offering a wide range of multidisciplinary treatments, including manual and movement-based therapies as well as performance and preventative services, our team’s mission is to provide quality rehabilitation, performance enhancement and life-long fitness.

We treat each individual 1:1, like a family member

Your goals matter. Physical therapy can help you reach them.

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Your path to physical health starts here.

Dedicated to patient-centered care

Hands-on treatment approach

Caring and fun support teams

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Focus on the Finish Line

For Jason, an ultra runner and race director, the news was difficult to come to terms with. But, knowing he would have the team at Therapeutic Associates Pasco Physical Therapy on his side throughout his rehabilitation, he set his sights on overcoming this obstacle and getting to his next finish line.

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Bouncing Back and Beyond

When a knee injury brought the 2021 gymnastics season to a halt for 17-year-old Abby Huber, the ambitious high school athlete immediately began fighting her way back. Through her rehabilitation, she not only found joy in returning to her sport, but she discovered an interest in pursuing a career in physical therapy.

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Running Toward the Rings  

It might not be something you hear a lot about, but even professional athletes lean on physical therapists to maintain their high level of physical performance and to help them fight through potential setbacks. For elite runner Sarah King, PT was part of her 2021 journey to Tokyo.

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From Wheelchair to Walking Again

Life can change in the blink of an eye. For Arthur Shaw, one small misstep led to a devastating fall that left him broken and bound to a wheelchair. Determination, hard work and a partnership with his physical therapist got him back on his feet again.

Recent Clinic Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
Physical therapy is an obvious choice when you’ve injured your shoulder, sprained an ankle or are battling low...
Movement for Mommas! The pelvic floor and abdominals go through a lot before, during, and after pregnancy and...

Recent Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
Like a lot of athletes, physical therapist Matt Rogers grew up in the “no pain, no gain” world. This line of thinking, it turns out, has been applied inappropriately to a lot of things in our lives.
As physical therapists, we hear a lot of questions related to the infamous hamstring muscles! Many of these questions are centered around the impact of a painful hamstring during running. We are going to tackle this one question at a time.
Some people just simply wake up dizzy one morning – the room is spinning and then, eventually, it settles down and feels normal again. But, if the feeling as if the room is spinning comes back every time you move your head in a certain way or you move your head quickly, you may have something called vertigo.

How can we help you today?