Tim Dice

Tim Dice


Physical Therapist


Tim is a longtime resident of the Pacific Northwest and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington. He is a passionate triathlete and adventure cyclist who also enjoys hiking and backpacking. Tim has special interests in helping patients with endurance, balance, and coordination training.

Tim has been working with his hands his entire life. He has made sculpture for over thirty years, working with stone, wood, and metal. Tim believes in being guided by the materials he sculpts, patiently exploring each piece to discover its hidden potential. He approaches his patients with the same philosophy, firmly believing that physical therapy works best as a collaboration between patient and therapist where patience and focus are greatly rewarded.

In his spare time, Tim likes to cook and to read. He is currently working to rehabilitate Davka, a disabled German Shepherd he adopted through NM Rescue.


University of Washington, Doctor of Physical Therapy


Moraga, CA

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.
It is important to avoid strenuous and painful activity after a knee injury, while continuing with pain-free movement and to begin physical therapy as soon as possible.
Physical therapists are experts in managing how fast or slow to progress someone based on their individual needs and can help recognize things that may be limiting your return to walking that may not be obvious to you or others.
Jumping is a key part of many sports including basketball, skiing and snowboarding, tennis, and volleyball. It is not only fun, but also great exercise for developing strength and cardiovascular fitness.

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