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At Therapydia Portland, we believe in personalized, one-on-one treatments based on your unique body and individual goals. Whether you’re looking to recover from an injury, improve your athletic performance, or just make sure your mechanics are performing at the optimal level, we’re here to help you along your path to lifetime wellness.

The sun-lit, boutique environment at Therapydia Portland offers a physical therapy experience that is both encouraging and casual; because why shouldn’t treatments be fun? Our physical therapists are highly-trained in a variety of physical therapy and wellness practices and selected based on their higher education and extensive clinical experience. With a strong belief in patient satisfaction, we want to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be.

Learn more about our physical therapy team and how they can start you on your path to lifetime wellness today:

SE Portland Team

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Sabrina Seraj, DPT, CKTP

Clinic Director
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Sabrina received her clinical doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from the top national physical therapy program at University of Southern California in 2006, where she studied with some of the most highly acclaimed researchers in her field. She relocated to Portland in 2014 and joined the Therapydia PDX team in 2015.

Sabrina values continuing education and has attended several courses in specialized manual therapy techniques and movement science principles to advance her skills in the treatment of movement dysfunctions. Currently, she is participating in rigorous coursework leading toward a specialized certification via the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). She also actively follows the cutting-edge research of the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute and International Spine and Pain Institute regarding pain management.

Sabrina is an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Credentialed Clinical Instructor and Kinesio Taping Association (KTA) Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner. She is also certified in The Graston Technique®, a patented form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to effectively detect and treat scar tissue and other soft tissue restrictions that affect normal function. Sabrina enjoys exploring her adopted state and staying active in dance, yoga, Pilates and hiking.
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Tony D'Ovidio, DPT

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Tony received his doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) degree from Boston University in 2014. While studying, he also worked as a strength and conditioning coach for club sports teams including rugby, ice hockey, and volleyball as well as both the Army and Navy ROTC and individuals of myriad fitness levels.

Passionate about continued learning and providing optimal care for patients, Tony completed a Manual Therapy Certificate (MTC) program in 2017, and has continued to develop his hands-on skills in a manual therapy fellowship program starting in 2018. In addition to his experience as a strength and conditioning coach, he is also a certified Olympic Weightlifting coach through USA Weightlifting.

His clinical philosophy revolves around strong patient communication and education, expert manual therapy skills, and the prescription of exercise for both rehabilitation and performance. He particularly enjoys working with active individuals and promoting long-term health and fitness through an intelligent approach to training.

In his free time Tony enjoys exercising, hiking, cooking, and travel.
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Brooke Flood, DPT, COMT

Physical Therapist
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Brooke received her doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from USC in 2007, prior to that she received her bachelor’s degree in physiological science at UCLA and was a member of the Women’s division 1 rowing team. She was an amateur triathlete and worked as a beach lifeguard and ski/snowboard instructor. She enjoys working with athletes and has an emphasis in manual therapy treatment of patients of all ages and abilities. She has continued her post-graduate work and received her certification in orthopedic manual therapy from the Ola Grismby institute in 2010. Brooke is also bike fit certified. Outside of the office Brooke enjoys spending time with her family and their dog. She also enjoys traveling, camping, hiking, running, cycling, snowboarding, kiting and exploring the outdoors.
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Casey

Office Manager
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Casey is an Oregon native from Gresham who now resides in Happy Valley with his wife Jessica and their newborn son Caden. Casey has many years experience in the fitness field having attained his CrossFit level 1 coaching certificate in 2012. Casey brings a passion for seeing the positive changes we make with our clients, giving high fives and creating the best possible experience for you both on the phone and when you walk in the door. Outside of being a new dad, Casey is an actor and a filmmaker. He's written and directed two short films and has been seen in such tv shows as "ER" "Grimm" and "Leverage".
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Seth Goldstein

Office Coordinator
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As a yoga teacher, climber, and runner Seth has a love for movement; its physical and psychological benefits and its ability to bring people together. His focus on improving the healthcare field brought him to therapydia where he brings curiosity, compassion, and an upbeat attitude to his work. A native of Washington, D.C., Seth moved to Portland to be closer to the outdoors and pursue a career in the healthcare field. He is passionate about improving the experience of healthcare through the development of better diagnostic technology and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Applied Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to help revolutionize the healthcare field. In his off time, you’ll find him in the mountains, in the woods, or reading his favorite non-fiction.

Lake Oswego Team

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Emily Melzer, DPT

Clinic Director
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Emily graduated from University of New England (Portland, Maine), receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014. She has been employed in an outpatient orthopedic setting since graduating. Throughout her career, Emily has treated many patients with a multitude of injuries and pathologies. She has developed a passion for rehabilitating ankle fractures, working with runners and in the past few years - postpartum recovery, specifically rehabilitating diastasis recti. Emily, herself, is expecting her first child in May 2020. Personable, humorous and compassionate, she enjoys connecting with her patients. She brings positive energy and encouragement in the journey to recovery. Emily is adamant that tailoring treatment and plan of care to each and every patient is the difference between standard care and outstanding care. Emily has been working at Therapydia since 2015; transitioning from staff therapist to senior staff therapist at Therapydia Portland and was recently promoted to serve as Clinical Director of Therapydia Lake Oswego in March 2020. She enjoys supporting her team in the effort to provide the best PT experience there is to offer her community. She is passionate about her work and is thrilled to be able to treat patients within a company that supports a one-on-one patient care model. In her time outside of work, you’ll find Emily wandering Portland with her husband looking for the best espresso, spending time with her family in North Central Oregon on her family’s farm or running a half marathon with her best friend.
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Elaina Gayles, DPT

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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.
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Jordon Whitaker PT, DPT

Physical Therapist
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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.

Beaverton Team

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Kelley Lindstrom, DPT

Regional Clinic Director
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Therapydia Beaverton Clinic Director Kelley Lindstrom grew up in Oregon and loves to call the Pacific Northwest her home. She received her Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Willamette University and then moved to Colorado, where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Regis University in 2013. After graduating, she moved back to Oregon and has been working in an outpatient orthopedic setting since.

Clinically, Kelley is passionate about helping patients of all ages and abilities return to a pain free and active lifestyle. As a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) she has established a treatment approach that combines manual therapy, movement retraining, and functional strengthening to treat pain and movement dysfunction. Beyond injury rehabilitation, Kelley focuses on injury prevention and wellness that is achieved through patient education and promoting positive lifestyle changes. As a NCAA collegiate athlete herself, Kelley has a special passion for working with female athletes of all ages and believes that this is truly a unique population with specific needs that often are not addressed.

Kelley loves making a positive impact on the Beaverton community she has worked in for the past several years as a physical therapist. Outside of the clinic, Kelley loves to hike and camp with her husband, Alex, and dog, Kai. She also loves yoga, snowboarding, spending time with family, and traveling.
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Jenny Cannon, MPT

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Therapydia Beaverton physical therapist Jenny Cannon moved to Portland in 2016 with her husband and has since settled into our clinic, seeing patients through their whole rehab process.

Jenny earned her Master’s degree in PT from University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX in 2002. After graduation, she moved to Denver, CO, and spent 14 years there working in various outpatient orthopedic clinics. Jenny brings a wide range of experience to the Beaverton clinic, treating everyone from high level athletes to chronic pain patients. She’s also completed extensive training with the Institute for Physical Art (IPA), mastering a treatment approach that involves manual therapy for the joints, soft tissue, and viscera, as well as neuromuscular re-education, postural, and body mechanics training. She has experience with running evaluations and recently added a bike fit certification to her bag of tools. Jenny is passionate about getting to the root of her patients’ problems and not just treating the symptoms. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and abilities in their goals of restoring function and healthy lives.

Outside of Therapydia Beaverton, Jenny enjoys spending time and exploring Oregon with her husband, Brian and dog, Stella. She can often be found running in Forest Park with Stella, while Brian is miles ahead. In addition to running, she enjoys biking (both mountain and road), hiking, snowboarding, and almost anything outside. She is a lifelong athlete, having been involved in sports from a young age all the way through college, and continues to stay active as much as possible.
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Monica Mai, DPT

Physical Therapist
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Therapydia Beaverton physical therapist Monica Mai was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Human Physiology, with a minor in Music, from the University of Oregon in 2012. Monica left the Northwest to attend Western University of Health Sciences where she earned her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2016. She is a certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, ASTYM™ system provider, and a member of the Oregon Physical Therapy Association (OPTA). She is also currently pursuing her Certification in Manual Therapy (CMPT) with the North American Institute of Manual Therapy (NAIOMT).

Monica loves the one-on-one approach to physical therapy and enjoys helping her patients reach their goals, whether it’s running a marathon or simply sitting at work without pain.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, spending time on the Oregon coast, and rock climbing – both indoors and outdoors.
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Tyler Baca, DPT

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Therapydia Beaverton physical therapist Tyler lives by the idea of promoting an active and balanced lifestyle. During his undergraduate at the University of Oregon, Tyler became fascinated with biomechanics and exercise science. He worked as a personal trainer as he obtained his Bachelor's in Human Physiology. Tyler was involved in biomechanics research of runners at the Bowerman Sports Science Center as well.

Tyler received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree at the University of Southern California. He has a special interest in treating orthopedic conditions for patients across the lifespan. Tyler uses treatment modalities such as soft tissue mobilization as a means of transitioning patients to a comprehensive therapeutic exercise program.

Tyler became a certified CrossFit Coach in 2018 because he believes that there is great opportunity for the marriage of the functional movements learned in the gym and the prevention or rehabilitation of injury. In his free time, Tyler enjoys Olympic lifting and CrossFit, stand up paddle boarding, and hiking through the PNW. Tyler enjoys the preparation and eating of good foods!
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Jackie

Office Coordinator
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Jackie is an Oregon native new to the Portland area. After living in Coos Bay for so long she just took the chance and moved to the area to experience a real city life. While in coos bay she worked in a successful outpatient orthopedic clinic for almost 2 years as an office coordinator. She enjoys working in physical therapy to see the positive improvements with patients. Jackalyn enjoys hiking to waterfalls, finding the best food trucks, and searching for sea glass on the beach.
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Jaime

Office Coordinator
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Jaime is originally from Chicago, IL. She moved to Beaverton in 2017 after a trip to Oregon solidified her and her husband's love for the PNW. While Jaime graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in photography and it is still one of her biggest passions, she has developed her career with a strong administrative background. Jaime loves being able to help people and businesses alike achieve their goals. She and her husband have become avid hikers since moving out west and she always finds new areas for them to explore each weekend. She also enjoys reading, puzzles, and volunteering as a local park steward with the Tualatin Hills Park District.

Pearl Team

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Jason Villareal, DPT, ATC

Regional Clinic Director
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Jason comes to Therapydia after successfully running two outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinics, one in Newport Beach, CA and the other in Coos Bay, OR. Jason is eager and excited to contribute his clinical reasoning skill set and exceptional customer service to the Portland community.

Clinically Jason has been involved in the sports medicine and physical therapy field for the past 14 years. He has had the opportunity to work at the high school, collegiate, and professional level with athletes, while also helping patients in the pediatric, geriatric, inpatient, outpatient, transitional care and home health settings. This vast amount of experience has given Jason a unique skill set to treat all levels of patients. Jason is excited to contribute his knowledge and experience to this community and he takes pride in making positive outcomes for each and every patient that he encounters. Jason has spoken at large physical therapy conferences regarding clinical efficiency and was most recently invited to speak at Grand Rounds for the physicians at Bay Area Hospital regarding running analysis and injury prevention. Jason has participated in many specialty continuing education courses and is actively looking for ways to advance his knowledge for movement sciences incorporating technology into the physical therapy field.

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Steven Jew, DPT

Clinic Director
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Steve, Therapydia Pearl's Clinic Director, comes from the Bay Area inNorthern California. He received his B.A. in Sports Science with aconcentration in Sports Medicine at University of the Pacific inStockton, California where he also obtained his Doctorate of PhysicalTherapy in 2015. Steven immediately became involved in clinicaleducation by quickly becoming a Certified Clinical Instructor, andteaching a multitude of students from across the nation. He completeda 3-year post doctorate program to become a certified OrthopedicManual Therapist through the Manual Therapy Institute. As a result,Steven’s clinical approach is greatly supported by a “hands on”approach towards getting his patients better faster. He has mostrecently completed his certifications in Vestibular Rehabilitation,Athlete Movement Systems, and is further specializing in the treatmentand diagnosis of endurance athletes.When he isn’t studying or treating patients, you can find Steven rockclimbing with his wife Monica, or hiking with his dog, Luna. Stevenalso loves to snow shoe, snowboard, and play volleyball whenever hegets the chance.
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Rachel Wilkinson, DPT

Physical Therapist
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Rachel is originally from the Bay Area. She graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Southern California with her BS in Health Sciences. Rachel received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015 from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Amidst beginning PT school, Rachel went from running marathons to CrossFit as her fitness regime. She became invested in the CrossFit community and it became more than an exercise outlet for her. This is a group she can relate to and is eager to help or guide towards optimal movement and performance.

Rachel is also passionate about Sports Medicine and enjoys working with patients of all ages and abilities. She specializes in shoulder and hip rehabilitation. Rachel has been continuing her education in female injury, prevention and return to prior level of function. This includes post-partum women looking to return to all levels of fitness.

Rachel enjoys being active outdoors with her husband and dogs, enjoying Portland’s food scene, traveling to new places and playing recreational sports.
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Ryan Eckert, DPT

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Ryan, originally from Northern California, received his B.S. in HumanBiology from UCSD in 2013 before obtaining his Doctorate of PhysicalTherapy from the University of California San Francisco and SanFrancisco State University in 2019. During that time he studied withtop myofascial decompression and running biomechanics researchers andis excited to bring these findings into his clinical work. Prior tohis studies, Ryan was a former all-conference NCAA track and fieldathlete and has worked with a diverse range of clients over the last 5years in a variety of rehab and training settings. Additionally, he isa Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), certified inSelective Functional Movement Assessment(SFMA) and Rocktape, and holdsa Russian Kettlebell Certification (RKC) that provides him with theknowledge of how to modify and adapt exercises and manual treatmentsto optimize results of people seeking improvements in both theireveryday and athletic lives. When not at the clinic you can find Ryanexploring Portland via trail, bike, on the water or brewery andenjoying the outdoors.
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Jessica

Office Manager
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Jessica was born and raised in Northern California. She is the eldest of 5 and her mom was one of 8; a big Italian family. She has lived in Portland since 2000.

Jessica raised her son, Camron, along with working as a Pharmacy Technician for 10 years. She enjoys reading, spending time with quality friends, fitness, and her American Bullboxer, Khaleesi.

Jessica is also a marathoner and has ran 2 full marathons and countless shorter distances over the past 8 years. Jessica’s passions include supporting women to be the best versions of themselves as she practices this herself. She mentored a team of fitness entrepreneurs and is also working on her skills as a public speaker.

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Kimberly Mineo, DPT

Clinic Director
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Kimberly is a New England girl at heart. After moving around throughout her childhood, she spent most of her time growing up in New Hampshire. Go Red Sox! She started her journey away from the east coast with her undergraduate work in Boulder, Colorado. Her first experience with physical therapy was as an aide in North Lake Tahoe after she moved there to pursue her skiing passion. After this, she knew that a physical therapist is who she wanted to be. She then journeyed to Chicago to work in corporate wellness and attend physical therapy school. Family decisions brought her to Portland, where she has been practicing ever since graduating PT school.

She has fallen in love with being a physical therapist and the constant learning and growth that is associated with the career. She went on to become a board certified orthopedic specialist (OCS) in 2014 and is currently pursuing her manual certification through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy.

Kimberly grew up in a fun and active family. She played many sports growing up: softball, lacrosse, nordic/alpine ski teams, rock climbing, water skiing and field hockey. She went on to play club field hockey in college. To this day, being active is still her thing and sharing this love for being active and outside with her 7 year old son is her new passion.

Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, 2008B.A. in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, University of Colorado, Boulder 2001

Clinical Focus: General outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine, bike fitting, running analysis, post-operative rehabilitation, adolescent athletes, ASTYM

Leisure Activities: Studying foreign languages, cooking, photography, triathlon, exploring beautiful Oregon by running or hiking with my dog or cycling the backroads, playing with my kiddo
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Annika Piros, DPT

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Annika is a native Oregonian who earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Willamette University and her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from George Fox University. As a therapist, Annika enjoys working with patients of all ages and abilities. She has focused her clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics and geriatrics with additional training in vestibular rehabilitation and treatments for low back pain. By using a combination of hands-on manual therapy, patient education, and corrective exercise, Annika helps patients return to an active lifestyle. Her background in research at George Fox University enables her to provide additional expertise in the rehabilitation of overuse injuries.

Annika has a special interest in health & wellness and she strives to model healthy behaviors to her patients. This passion stems from her time as a NCAA collegiate volleyball and tennis player and later on as a competitive CrossFit athlete. Her experience as both a former CrossFit coach and athlete have provided her insights that she brings to her patients and treatment approach.

Outside of the clinic, Annika believes strongly in extending her work into the community. She enjoys working closely with CrossFit gyms, sharing information about the physical therapy profession at schools/universities, and supporting her husband with coaching athletes in football & track at Mountainside High School in Beaverton. In her free time, Annika enjoys training (CrossFit, Olympic lifting, cycle classes), playing volleyball, traveling, exploring wine country, speaking German as part of her heritage, and spending time with her husband.
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Christine Kearney, DPT

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Christine Kearney recently moved to Oregon from California and is excited to call Oregon her home. She earned her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Child Development from California State University Northridge (2004) and later received her Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Chapman University (2008).Christine has worked in outpatient physical therapy throughout her career and became passionate about treating pelvic floor dysfunction, pre-natal to post-partum care, and functional nutrition because of personal experiences. She enjoys learning all things physical therapy and continues to enhance her skills through continuing education courses such as Fascial Counterstrain through The Jones Institute, functional nutrition through Integrative Pain Institute and Integrative Women’s Health Institute, visceral mobilization through The Barral Institute, and pelvic manual techniques through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation and Birth Healing Institute. Christine is certified in Graston Technique and is currently working on her Birth Healing certification. Outside of the clinic, Christine enjoys spending time with her husband, kids, mom, and doggies. She loves being outdoors, yoga, reading and anything that involves crafting. Oh and yes….cooking!Clinical Focus: General outpatient orthopedics, Pelvic Floor dysfunction and Chronic Pain for both women and men (prolapse, pudendal neuralgia, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome, vulvodynia, urinary incontinence, bowel dysfunction, rectal pain), Functional Nutrition. Manual Techniques: Fascial Counterstrain, Visceral Mobilization, Graston Technique
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Dane

Office Manager
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Dane is originally from Maui, Hawaii, and graduated from Pacific University in 2015. He loves making connections with people and helping others improve their lives. Dane is currently completing prerequisites prior to applying for a physical therapist assistant program. In his spare time, he enjoys playing music, cooking, spending time with his fiancée, and all of the outdoor activities Oregon has to offer.

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Adria Biasi, DPT

Clinic Director
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Adria completed her undergraduate degree at Eastern Washington University in 2012 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2014.She enjoys treating a wide variety of orthopedic injuries, from overuse work injuries and postural dysfunctions to sports injuries and post-surgical. Her areas of interest include manual therapy, strength and balance training, and vestibular rehabilitation. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys running CrossFit, and playing with her 4 dogs.
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Kelly Steffy, DPT

Physical Therapist
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Kelly received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Washington State University in 2015 where she found her love for studying human movement and injury. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in the San Diego area in 2019. Kelly enjoys treating an array of orthopedic injuries including sports injuries especially shoulder injuries as she had a shoulder injury during her high school swimming career. Since beginning her journey toward becoming a physical therapist, she wants to spread the knowledge about physical therapy not just as a treatment after injury, but also to prevent injury too. Kelly is interested in manual therapy, sports-specific strength and balance training, and will be pursuing a pelvic floor specialty. When she is not working at the clinic, you can find her in the outdoors either hiking, camping, snowshoeing, or playing with her dog.

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