Contact Us

(541) 479-0765
(541) 479-3461

Mon | Wed | Fri
7:00am – 7:00pm

Tue | Thu
8:00am – 5:00pm

Our philosophy is to provide quality care through exercise and manual therapy. We use patient education as our primary tool to promote body/movement awareness and to assist our patients in learning how to help themselves.

Therapeutic Associates Grants Pass Physical Therapy is a well established clinic that has provided quality care to the Grants Pass community for well over 30 years. Our staff consists of a group of 6 highly skilled physical therapists who work together in a friendly, energetic, and professional environment. Our clinic has a large gym, private treatment rooms, and a therapeutic warm water pool. A variety of personal and professional backgrounds, combined with a state-of-the-art facility, enable us to effectively treat neuromusculoskeletal disorders in all ages and types of patients, ranging from infants to the elderly, from athletes to chronic pain cases.

Conveniently located at the corner of Ramsey and Nebraska Ave in the Doctors Court building, Grants Pass Physical Therapy is the premier choice for personalized physical therapy in a friendly, upbeat and encouraging environment. We provide physical therapy and sports medicine services for patients of all ages including manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, therapeutic modalities, cardiovascular conditioning, and strength training. Specialty programs include pre/post joint replacement, aquatic therapy, women’s/men’s pelvic floor therapy, vestibular/balance training, TMJ, ASTYM and athletic performance enhancement. We also provide athletic training services for Grants Pass High School.

It is part of our culture to give back to our communities. We actively give back and volunteer our time at local community events, service clubs, and high schools. We value the partnership we share with our community through sponsorships 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 GPHS career class students to observe and learn about the profession of physical therapy. We have also provided pre-season conditoning for skiing/snowboarding, softball/baseball and free ACL screens to female athletes to reduce knee injuries in female high school sports.