Kendra Armes

Kendra Armes


Physical Therapist


Kendra is a Washington state native who attended Western Washington University and received her BS in Kinesiology in 2015. She then moved to Seattle for 3 years to work summers at a kayak and SUP shop in addition to working for Therapeutic Associates Inc (TAI) as a PT aide. She really enjoyed TAI’s company culture and the 1-on-1 patient centered care that they provided. Kendra attended the University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, California where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2020.

She then decided to then take on a position in Las Vegas, NV with an orthopedic and balance/vestibular centered outpatient clinic called Fyzical Therapy. There, she fell in love with treating patients who presented with various orthopedic, neurologic, and vestibular injuries. Kendra recently relocated to Bend since the PNW is where she is most happy. She is looking forward to being a part of the TAI family again and has a growing interest in volunteering with Oregon Adaptive Sports.

In her spare time, Kendra enjoys hiking, downhill skiing, baking, yoga, traveling, and tapping into her creative side with ceramics and playing piano.

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.
Male incontinence is a treatable condition. A physical therapist can help you in tailoring an independent program to combat your symptoms and occurrences.
Holiday stress is no joke. Did you know that physical therapists can provide relief from tension-type headaches by correcting the problems that cause the pain?
Whether you are new to paddle sports like stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking or canoeing or you have been gliding across the open water for years, it is ideal to start your exercise training 6-8 weeks prior to your first venture out.

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