Bailey Ouellette


Clinic Director | Physical Therapist


Bailey has worked with Therapeutic Associates since 2012 and helped with expansion to South Hillsboro in 2018 as the Clinic Director. She has 10 years of experience treating a range of orthopedic, neuromuscular and neurodevelopmental issues. She received her Undergraduate and Master’s degrees from Northern Illinois University, where she played softball and her Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Medical Sciences Arizona, with an emphasis in pediatric care.

She is a Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT) through North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, has ASTYM certification and is involved in the Portland Pediatric Special Interest Group. She strives toward providing holistic care that serves the patient and their family to the best of her ability, taking extra time and effort when needed. She possesses a sense of humility, compassion and empathy when working with patients, working well with varying personal and family circumstances. She meets patients where they are at and works with them to elevate their quality of life and achieve their goals.

Bailey enjoys spending time with her husband, two young children and their dog. Her free time is filled with friends and family, traveling, hiking and playing or coaching softball.

Additional Certifications

Certified Manual Physical Therapist


University of Medical Sciences Arizona, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Recent Blog Posts

Our educational blogs draw on the expertise and experience of our therapists, bringing you the information you need to pursue an active, healthy, and pain-free life.
Gross motor skills are the foundation of exploration and are the building blocks of movement that allows for experiences that infants and toddlers learn from. This is why it is so important to be committed to helping your children with early movement as they develop these skills and reach their developmental milestones.
Symptoms of growing pains can be felt even when kids are not experiencing a growth spurt. Research is limited on what causes kids leg pain, but that does not mean their pain is not real. A physical therapist can work with your child to reduce pain, improve function, and get back them back to the things they love.
When children are just learning to walk, it’s fairly common for them to toddle around on their toes. But, when a child continues to walk on their tippy toes beyond their toddler years, it’s important to take them to a medical provider for assessment.

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