At Therapydia Lake Oswego, you will experience a different approach to physical therapy. Conveniently located in Kruse Village on Meadows Road, our Lake Oswego physical therapy clinic is a spacious, sunlit, boutique environment with state-of-the-art equipment and the latest technology used to improve quality of care and increase patient satisfaction. We consider every client as an individual, on the path from rehabilitation to performance. Experience one-on-one treatment with a Therapydia Lake Oswego physical therapist to develop a custom program tailored to your unique goals and individual needs. Recover today with the best physical therapy in Lake Oswego.
Experience The Therapydia Difference:
One-on-one, hands-on treatments designed around your unique body and goals
Tailored exercise programs to improve movement and function
Pinpoint to the root cause of your condition for lasting pain relief
We’re here to help you get back to the activities you love doing.
Our Lake Oswego Team
Jodie McGinlay, DPT
Lake Oswego physical therapist Jodie McGinlay is a native-Oregonian but has spent time in both the Midwest and New England for college. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT in 2016. Prior to that, she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology/Neuroscience from Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, MN, where she played lacrosse. Jodie’s background in fitness is centered around running, resistance training, and hockey. While in physical therapy school, Jodie worked as a skating coach for youth hockey players and assisted with strength and conditioning programs for both hockey and lacrosse during the summers. As a Lake Oswego physical therapist, her clinical interests include working with patients of all ages and diagnoses’ with a special interest in shoulders, ankles, and temporomandibular joint dysfunction. When she's not at Therapydia Lake Oswego, Jodie is an adjunct faculty member at Pacific University’s Physical Therapy Program. She assists with two first year courses, Clinical Biomechanics and Principles of Therapeutic Exercise. Jodie is a member of both the Oregon Physical Therapy Association and American Physical Therapy Association. In Jodie’s spare time, you can find her enjoying coffee, walking around Laurelhurst Park, and trying new group fitness classes.
Elaina Gayles, DPT
Elaina completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Oregon and her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Pacific University Oregon. As a native Oregonian, she is excited to give back to her community and help people maximize their ability to get outside and stay active.She enjoys working with a variety of conditions including general orthopedic conditions with a special interest in athletic injuries in youth, lower extremity injuries, and balance problems. She enjoys working with people of all ages from adolescents to older adults and believes that age should not dictate function.Outside the clinic, Elaina likes to spend time in the beautiful nature that Oregon has to offer. She also enjoys cycling, drawing and painting, travel, and trying new restaurants or coffee shops around Portland.
Jordon Whitaker PT, DPT
Jordon completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Oregon and earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at George Fox University. She continues to have connections with her professors and classmates at George Fox, for continued discussion and growth around research and innovative approaches to physical therapy practice. Her background in research at George Fox allows her to provide additional knowledge in pre season testing for college athletes. As a result of her group research work at George Fox, she was published in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy (IJSPT) and the Athletic Training and Sports Health Care (ATHSC). Jordon is comfortable working with patients of all ages and abilities as her background has been varied. She has worked in many clinical settings, hospitals and nursing facilities. She has had experience with pediatrics as well as geriatrics, but has a passion for outpatient orthopedics. She enjoys treating overuse injuries and tendinopathies. By using a combination of hands on approach and active exercise, she enjoys helping her clients achieve their fitness goals. She tends to focus on general health and wellness to ensure that clients feel well equipped to self manage any symptoms and feel confident in their abilities to participate in activities they enjoy. She also has an interest in chronic pain management and managing clients with back pain. Jordon’s continuing education post PT school has consisted of the orthopedic conference, hip and knee courses and participating in weekly online education seminars in order to stay up to date on research and clinical expertise.When Jordon is not at Therapydia Lake Oswego, you would find her spending time with her family either travelling, hiking, working out or enjoying Portland food. She is usually planning her next travelling experience with her husband as they have driven halfway across the country multiple times and have been outside the country to Europe, Africa, Caribbean and Central America.
Margaret is a rare Portland-native who loves the rain. She will grab any opportunity that comes up to stay active, especially waking up at 5am for a Crossfit class when everyone else is sleeping. During high school, she was forced to be introduced to physical therapy and quickly fell in love with the environment. While working at Therapydia Lake Oswego, she is currently pursuing a career in law enforcement and is excited for her future.
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