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Meet Our Team

Eric E Medley, PT, MS

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Eric was born and raised in Southern Oregon and graduated from Willamette University in Salem,  where he played baseball for the Bearcats and received his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science in 1994. From there he went on to the University of Colorado’s Health Sciences Center in Denver where he earned his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 1997. After working in Denver for a year at the Denver Bronco Sports Medicine Clinic and doing a six month traveling assignment in Connecticut with his wife, Eric returned to Medford and went to work at the same clinic as his father, Storm Physical Therapy. Eric became the Clinic Director of Therapeutic Associates – Grants Pass Physical Therapy in 1999. Eric is fortunate to work with both his father and his wife at Grants Pass Physical Therapy.

Eric’s clinical interests include post-op rehab, sport specific performance training and manual therapy. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is also certified in ASTYM™, an instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization technique.

In his spare time, Eric enjoys weight training, coaching his son and daughter in all their activities, playing softball and spending time in the great outdoors camping, hiking and fishing with his family.

Jennifer Medley, PT, MS

Physical Therapist

Jennifer was raised in Tumwater, Washington, where she played soccer and ran track through high school. She went on to play soccer at Linfield College, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in 1995. She went on to graduate school at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, and earned her Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998. Jennifer did a 6 month traveling assignment in Connecticut with her husband before moving to the Rogue Valley. She has worked for Therapeutic Associates since 1998, and has always worked with her husband, Eric!

Clinical specialties include vertigo, working with infants and children with torticollis and developmental delay, and pelvic floor dysfunction (incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, etc – just ask and she can fill you in!). She earned her Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association.

In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys playing soccer in a co-ed league, taking her dog out for a run, and volunteering in her children’s classrooms. She has become an avid photographer, taking pictures of her son and daughter playing sports. She also enjoys camping and hiking.

Marian Runyeon, PT, MA, DPT

Physical Therapist

Marian joined Grants Pass PT in 2007. She holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University, a MA in Exercise and Sports Sciences, concentration in Dance, from the University of Arizona, and a BA from Smith College in Theatre/Dance and Religion/Philospohy.  Marian’s experience as a professional modern dancer/choreographer and yoga instructor inspired her to become a PT and influences her treatment style today. Her areas of interest include rehabilitation of the spine and extremities in both post-surgical and chronic pain patients. Specializing in the treatment of neck/low back pain, headaches, and TMJ pain, Marian has also been trained in Strain-Counterstrain, Craniosacral, accupressure and Myofascial Release techniques. She has a strong exercise background in addition to her manual skills. Her approach to physical therapy encourages patients to develop a better awareness of their posture and movement patterns as they exercise or receive manual therapy. She teaches a therapeutic yoga class in the clinic and plans to offer a sit-to-stand strength and stretch class in the near future.

Marian loves living the Oregon lifestyle with her husband, Dave, and daughter, Hope, after having lived in the Arizona Sonoran desert for 25 years where she owned a PT clinic.

Rhett Fieldsted - Therapeutic Associates Grants Pass Physical Therapy

Rhett Fieldsted, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Rhett was born and raised in a small, eastern Utah town of Roosevelt where he played football, basketball, and baseball at Union High School. After spending two years in Brazil on full-time service, he completed his undergraduate studies at Utah State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Human Movement Science in 2011 while playing baseball.  From there he went on to complete his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. He is excited to begin his career as a physical therapist in Grants Pass.

Rhett’s clinical interests include treating any orthopedic condition and post-operation patients using manual therapy, one-on-one patient education, and activity specific training. He enjoys creating pitching/throwing programs for youth baseball players as well as treating patients with low back pain.

In his spare time Rhett enjoys spending time with his wife, Jamie, anything in the great outdoors, and playing the sports that he loves. He plans on becoming an Orthopedic Certified Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association as well as eventually pursuing certification in manual therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT).

Paul Guerra - Therapeutic Associates Grants Pass Physical Therapy

Paul Guerra, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Paul was born and raised in Grants Pass and was home schooled until starting college at RCC. Paul studied exercise physiology at BYU, Idaho and received his DPT from St. Ambrose University in Iowa. Paul is married to his amazing wife Caitlin and has three active kiddos, Lucy, Zoe, and Peter. Paul has many interests including hiking, quadding, mushroom hunting, wood working, reading (mostly classic and fantasy novels), and bonsai trees. Interestingly, Paul is fluent in Spanish after serving a two-year mission on the US/Mexican border and he continues to speak Spanish with his children.

Paul has experience treating a wide range of neurologic, balance, dizziness, and vestibular (inner ear) disorders. To better serve patients with Parkinson’s disease, Paul is also LSVT BIG certified since 2020. Paul also treats patients with all forms of musculoskeletal disorders or injuries. He enjoys treating patients of all ages. He also loves the challenge of treating new or rare diagnoses.

Brooke Moore- Therapeutic Associates Central Point Physical Therapy

Brooke Moore, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Brooke grew up in New Hampshire and studied Biological Science at the University of Vermont. She continued her education at the University of Vermont, receiving her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2019. While in school she participated in a PD push back exercise class for older adults with Parkinson’s to work on strengthening and balance. She is passionate about fall prevention screenings and education to help older adults feel safe in their homes and community.

Brooke has experience with manual therapy, focusing on treatments for the spine. She traveled to New Zealand to take an advanced manual therapy course focusing on mobilization and manipulation of the spine. She plans on pursuing an orthopedic manual specialty to further fuel her passion for these skills. She also has experience working with pre/post- op patients for joint replacements, ACL/meniscus repairs, and rotator cuff repairs.

She spent some time in Loveland Colorado and enjoys traveling and exploring. She was drawn to the Pacific Northwest by the mountains, outdoor activities, and friendly hospitality. During her free time, she enjoys playing with her two cats, mountain biking, trail running, hiking, and camping.

Amanda Falkena, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Angela Rankin

Administrative Supervisor