We offer a variety of physical therapy treatment programs that can be tailored to your individual needs, with the objective of helping you achieve maximum levels of function with minimum discomfort. Many of our patients receive pre- and post-operative treatment, as well as joint and muscle injury treatment at our Northwest Therapy clinic. Our Northwest Therapy outpatient clinic is designed to serve the needs of our patients who require comprehensive rehabilitation services performed by physical and occupational therapists. Please ask your primary care provider for more information about treatment options available from Northwest Therapy.
These practitioners provide patient care at the clinic locations below. Please call 503.659.4988 to schedule an appointment.
We provide preventative and rehabilitative physical therapy for a range of injuries and issues you may be experiencing. These include therapeutic care for repetitive motion injuries and injuries commonly associated with motor vehicle accidents, muscle strain; elbow, wrist, and hand fractures; shoulder injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, golfer’s/tennis elbow, and trigger finger, among others. We also offer sports medicine therapies like pre-season training, injury prevention, and fitness programs, as well as physical therapy for issues associated with worker’s compensation.
We provide a variety of preventative and rehabilitative therapies to ease your discomfort and help keep you healthy. These include therapeutic care for repetitive motion injuries and injuries commonly associated with motor vehicle accidents, tension headaches; back, sciatic, and neck pain; hip bursitis, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, golfer’s/tennis elbow, and issues associated with worker’s compensation; among others. We also offer gait training analysis, posture assessment, ergonomic assessments, and body mechanics, as well as post-operative mastectomy care and scar reduction.
We provide an array of preventative and rehabilitative therapies designed to fit your changing medical needs and to help you maintain an independent and pain-free lifestyle. These include but are not limited to therapeutic care options for repetitive motion injuries and injuries commonly associated with motor vehicle accidents and falls, such as strains and fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome, hip bursitis; back, sciatic, and neck pain; and elbow, wrist, and hand fractures. We also offer our senior patients a variety of special services such as scooter/walker/wheelchair assessment, mobility device training, and equipment modification, as well as fall prevention, balance assessments and treatments, floor recovery, and home safety recommendations.