Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - University Place

Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - University Place

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Chelsie Vetter, practice manager at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – University Place, enjoys getting to know her patients and is dedicated to helping them improve their quality of life through her role as a PT. She strives to ensure every patient is empowered, by the end of their course of care, with the knowledge and tools they need to live a healthy, pain-free and active life doing all the things they love to do.
At Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy – University Place, PT and practice manager Chelsie Vetter and the clinic team enjoy getting to know their patients while striving to provide the best care possible. Together they work to support people of all ages and abilities, offering their expertise to ensure everyone can enjoy their lives to the fullest, doing what they love.

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Clinic News
Depending on the season you may Chris Glover skiing one of Central Oregon’s volcanos, biking one of the area’s road or trails, or hiking and camping with his family. As practice manager at Therapeutic Associates Sunriver Physical Therapy, Chris strives to ensure every patient’s PT journey is meaningful to them from start to finish.
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Clinic News
The physical therapy team at Therapeutic Associates Sunriver Physical Therapy strives to ensure every patient has an exceptional experience and achieves an optimal outcome. Practice Manager Chris Glover is dedicated to providing personalized care designed to get patients back to the things they love.
physical therapy
Health & Wellness
You already know there are many great reasons to exercise, but if you’re having trouble beginning a new exercise routine or sticking to it once you do, you’re not alone. Whatever your age or fitness level, you can use this guide as a starting place for a healthier, more active tomorrow.
Exercise, wellness
Conditions
Torticollis is a twisting of the neck that causes an infant’s head to rotate in one direction and tilt the other. It’s a posture that a newborn or infant can be stuck in, and it can influence the path of development for our young kiddos in an atypical way if not addressed early.
Athletic Performance
As the heat of summer fades into memory, trails throughout the Pacific Northwest call out to runners of all ages and abilities. In addition to the positive mood-boosting effects of running on the trails, trading roads for trails can also boost your physical fitness and strength no matter what level of runner you are.
Exercise, injury prevention, physical therapy, Running
Conditions
It's that time of year again when youth athletes are either pushing themselves through the end of one sport season or ramping up for the next. While many kids handle this transition well, it is estimated that up to 40 percent of youth athletes suffer from pain or reduced performance due to overuse injuries.
injury prevention, physical therapy, Youth Athletics
Clinic News
As clinic director, Laura Cooper believes in providing creative, meaningful programs for every patient. Outside of the clinic, Laura finds joy in playful moments with her kids and husband, in movement and in the spaciousness of time when she doesn’t have to pay attention to the clock.
Clinic News
For more than 20 years, clinic director Laura Cooper and the team at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Athletic Club of Bend have provided the Central Oregon communities with personalized care designed to keep people moving and enjoying all the adventures the High Desert offers throughout the year.
physical therapy
Athletic Performance
Climbing is one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Whether you are a beginning or an expert climber, having a training plan in place will not only help you reach peak performance, but will also help you avoid overuse injuries that keep you on the ground when all you want is to climb higher.
Exercise, injury prevention, physical therapy

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