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Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Find the Location Nearest You

We've Moved! New Clinic Location

I am pleased to announce the move of Therapeutic Associates Clackamas Portland Physical Therapy to our new facility! We will begin treating patients in our new space on Monday, June 29th.
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Shoulder Strengthening Program

We recently ran a 4-week training program on our Facebook page to help build stronger shoulders that can be completed with minimal equipment and space. Each Monday we posted a new video with a series of exercises that can be completed 3-4 times over the week. Each session should take 15-20 minutes to complete.
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Small Change is Still Change - A.K. Whittaker, Sponsored Athlete

Do you set out with a goal in mind and think” I can TOTALLY achieve that! It’s completely do-able”, Only to begin on your action plan and be met with unexpected challenges? That was EXACTLY my experience this year as I embarked upon my venture into the sport of Olympic weightlifting. This is a sport I have coached for many years, but never competed in myself.
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Prioritizing Your Health & Wellness With Open Doors

On April 29th, Governor Inslee released additional guidance for interpreting Proclamation 20-24 which limits non-urgent medical procedures. We realize that many people, including some of our patients, have had to postpone procedures.
Male Patient Describing Injury To Osteopath

Prioritizing Your Health & Wellness With Open Doors

On May 1st, Governor Little issued the state-wide Stay Healthy Order as part of stage one of Idaho Rebounds: Our Path to Prosperity, a staged plan for re-opening the state’s economy. With this, hospitals have begun to look at slowly increasing elective and non-urgent surgeries.