Andrew received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington in 2012. His passion for physical therapy developed from his own history of injuries from years of playing different sports. At PLU, Andrew played wide receiver on the football team for the Lutes. He went on to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at George Fox University in his hometown of Newberg, Oregon in 2016.
Andrew is passionate about helping patients from all backgrounds achieve their goals and get back to the activities they love. He has a wide variety of clinical interests, some of which include: orthopedic injuries, sports performance, neurological and balance conditions, and post-operative rehabilitation. Andrew utilizes a combination of manual therapy skills, education, and a variety of strengthening and functional exercises to deliver effective treatment that is unique to each patient’s needs.
Outside of the clinic Andrew likes to spend his time with his friends and family. He and his wife live in West Linn with their dog, Blue. He enjoys running, basketball, tennis, golf, skiing, and anything else that involves physical activity and friendly competition.
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy