Dr. Jen Davis PT, DPT, OCS, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Board Certified in Orthopedics and Running Specialist, is passionate about delivering patient focused, evidence based quality care. Whether it is setting a PR at your next race, running your first marathon, or overcoming injuries and running healthy forever, Jen is committed to helping you!
A native Oregonian, Jen was born and raised in West Linn where she attended West Linn High School and ran on the cross country team. She has a life long passion and love of running for over 25 years. Jen develops and implements running injury prevention programs and core strengthening for diverse groups including West Linn High School Cross Country Team, Lake Oswego School District Community School, Foot Traffic Running Stores Women’s Academy and Foot Traffic University, Lucy ®Women’sActivewear, and has consulted for Carson Foot wear and more.
After graduating from West Linn High School, Jen attended the University of Boulder, where she earned her BA in Kinesiology and applied Physiology. She then went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Colorado, where she was trained by some of the leading clinical practicioners and researchers in the field of Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapy. She obtained extensive training in spinal and peripheral joint thrust manipulation and orthopedics.
Jen is an active member of The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), and board certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS), member of the American Academy of Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT), a member of Kinetacore, and a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists (ABPTS).
Jen has first-hand experience with runner’s needs and knows how to customize their training program to meet and exceed their goals. Being an avid long distance runner for over 25 years herself, she has run several thousand miles. Having completed many marathons and half marathons, Jen has a special passion for treating runners and those in need of a training program who wish to start running. She has worked closely with runners of all levels and abilities from amateur novice, to NCAA Division 1, to professional sport athletes. Jen’s treatment philosophy encompasses a combination of patient values, current research and evidence based interventions and clinical experience for optional patient outcomes.
Kelly Campbell is the owner and lead physical therapist for Lifestyles Physical Therapy. She grew up in Wichita, Kansas, and attended the University of Texas, majoring in zoology. Luckily for her patients, she switched her major to physical therapy and switched schools, graduating from the University of Oklahoma’s School of Health Sciences in 1991.
Kelly honed her unique skills at a number of physical therapy clinics across the country. She fell in love with Portland during many trips to visit family and finally came to call it home in 1997.
Kelly enjoys spending time with her 3-year-old son, exercising, gardening, and, most of all, cooking. She has been swimming, running or cycling most of her life, eventually competing in triathlons. She has completed eight Ironman Triathlons, including three trips to the world championships in Kona, Hawaii. Her Ironman resume includes a blistering 10:30 finish in Ironman Canada.
Dr. Anna Wetzel PT, DPT, OCS recently made the journey to Portland from Chicago to pursue her passions. Anna holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Anna chose to advance her skills via completion of intensive training with the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program at the University of Chicago. Anna is also a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist indicating advanced knowledge and skills in the area of Orthopedics. She strives to continually advance her education and skills to provide her patients with the best possible care!
Anna is eager to help people achieve their functional goals whether that be to walk one block, to get back to work, to have less pain, or even to run an ultramarathon. She has experience with athletes in various sports from recreational runners to Paralympic gold medalists in wheelchair track. Anna utilizes wellness and healthy lifestyle promotion as a means to facilitate achievement of her patients’ goals. Anna has advanced her physical therapy practice by attending courses focused on the science and biomechanics of running to optimize patient outcomes and to keep runners running!
Since moving to Portland, Anna has been able to pursue several of her own passions that relate to her career. She is an avid marathoner with both the Boston and Chicago Marathon in the books for 2016 and over 10 full marathons and several more half marathons completed to date. She is a member of Team Red Lizard in Portland and competes in the Stumptown Cross Country Series. She runs with several other groups throughout the city including Fleet Feet, Foot Traffic, and Nike Run Club. She also enjoys trail running, skiing, snowshoeing, and hiking in the Pacific Northwest wonderland.
You can read Anna’s running blog here.
Karl offers over 24 years of orthopedic, sports medicine and manual therapy rehabilitation experience. He and his wife Sasha Kolbeck, DPT, OCS, CMPT are the owners of Rose City Physical Therapy in Northwest Portland.
His treatment philosophy includes manual therapy skills, postural and functional movement assessment, therapeutic exercise and education. He places a strong emphasis on evidence based rehabilitation and exercise science methodology, and educates patients about their specific problem in a manner that affords an easy understanding of it and the strategies used to treat and self-manage it. Karl lectures nationally to physical therapists and athletic trainers on orthopedic and sports rehabilitation. Clinically, he specializes in shoulder and running injury management, treating overhead athletes and recreational to elite runners, including working with the Nike Bowerman Track Club professional running team since 2012.
Lindsy has been a physical therapist since 2009 and has a passion for whole person healthcare. She sees TAI Camas as not just a physical therapy clinic, but as a primary provider for community wellness. She will help you with your injuries, as well as be your PT for life with preventative programs and tools to maintain overall health. Using functional exercises and manual therapy, each patient receives personalized one on one care to meet their needs and reach their full potential.
Lindsy is certified in ASTYM™, has additional training in manual therapy through NAIOMT, and is also trained in the specialty areas of running/footwear analysis, vestibular disorders, TMD, and migraines.
Lindsy received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009 from A.T. Still University in Arizona. Prior to this she graduated from Oregon State University in 2005 with a BS in Exercise Sports Science. She began working at TAI in 2011 after returning to the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two dogs. She is also an Adjunct Faculty member at A.T. Still University in the DPT program. In her free time Lindsy enjoys attending sporting events, hiking, traveling, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with family and friends.
Bob Cook is a sport and spine physical therapist located in Vancouver, WA. He has been practicing since 1999 and in 2003 established PERFORMANCE PHYSIOTHERAPY. Bob opened, operated and coached at The Workout CrossFit, the first CrossFit gym in Vancouver, WA from 2008 to 2015.
He has extensive knowledge and experience in Triathlons, CrossFit, Weight Lifting, and Back Country Snowboarding.
At Performance Physiotherapy treatment is guided by a few simple principles:
- Get the patient out of pain
- Restore normal joint and muscle movement
- Restore symmetry to the body
- Ensure proper loading of tissues by teaching proper body alignment, which will remove aggravating postures, facilitate faster healing and minimize risk of future injury
- We integrate the proper body alignment into functional movements our patients use on a daily basis whether that’s running, swimming, biking, Olympic Lifting, or gymnastics
Erika is a PT at Providence Sports Care Center, the rehabilitation group providing care for the Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns. She is part of the sideline crew during MLS and NWSL soccer season.
She is dedicated and driven to serve an active population of all ages. Erika provides excellent care in partnership with Sports Physicians, ATCs, Orthopedists, Podiatrists, Chiropractors, Massage Therapists and Strength and Conditioning coaches to local athletes.
She is leader in Providence Regional Sports programming. She is known in the clinic and through the region for her skills in treating running related injuries, movement screening/analysis, footwear knowledge and video analysis.
Victoria returned to Oregon after earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Western University of Health Sciences in Southern California. She received her undergraduate degree in Seattle, Washington from Seattle Pacific University in Exercise Science with emphasis in research and biomechanics. Victoria is currently a resident in the TAI Orthopedic Clinical Residency Program and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
She brings empathy to the practice as she has once experienced firsthand the success of skilled Physical Therapy as a young, injured, three-sport athlete. Now, Victoria strives to pass on this hope getting patients back to the activities they love with an evidence based approach. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and has found great success in working with young to professional athletes in various sports.
Along with her involvement at Sherwood Physical Therapy, she gives back as a volunteer coach and provides physical therapy related services to the local community and other countries, such as Haiti and the Dominican Republic. In her free time, she enjoys staying active in team and individual sports and spending time with her husband at the beach.
Sanatan (pronounced sah-NAH-tahn) started his professional life as a mechanical engineer, but soon realized that the ‘machine’ he most loved was the human body. After years as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist and personal trainer he decided that there would be no better way to improve his ability to help others grow strong and healthy, than becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He received his degree from The University of Washington Medical School, where he was honored with the McMillan Fellowship for being the top applicant in his class. He is currently pursuing advanced manual therapy training through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.
Sanatan is recognized as a regional expert in running mechanics and efficiency, and specializes in lower extremity injury prevention and treatment. He instructs physical therapists, doctors, and other healthcare practitioners with his continuing-education course: Successfully Integrating a Natural-Foot Perspective Into Your Practice. While personally an avid barefoot runner (yes, skin to the ground) since 2008, he has found that his patients need not get rid of all their shoes in order to reap the strength, power, and healing benefits provided by the restoration of natural foot posture and function. Sanatan partnered with podiatrist Dr. Ray McClanahan in the founding of Minimalist Mondays in 2010, a 12-week program for those interested in the many benefits of transitioning to more minimalist shoes (or none at all!) to restore natural running and walking gait. They have since hosted over 90 clinics in Portland and helped countless runners find a natural stride that is more efficient, injury resistant, and fun.
Dr. Chantel Gorton DPT received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2009. Since graduating she has focused her practice on general orthopedic and sports rehab but also acquired an impressive roster of experience: In 2011 she moved to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and worked for Family Medical, an international hospital treating various orthopaedic and sports injuries. In addition to this she also gained recognition for treating Vietnam’s professional basketball team, the Saigon Heat, and became their team Physical Therapist. To broaden her physical therapy scope even more, she spent time at a child development center where she took on the challenge of starting a pro bono weekly clinic for local Vietnamese children with developmental disorders. Upon repatriating to the US in 2013, she was accepted into a sports medicine residency program in Boise, ID and spent the last year working for St. Luke’s rehab as their sports medicine resident. It was there that she worked directly with a local high school and their varsity football team, treating and improving their players’ performance. She also had the opportunity to work for Boise’s professional hockey team, The Steelheads, as their team Physical Therapist. Chantel was later invited to become a provider for the US Olympic and Paralympic teams and spent time at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO, treating US Olympic and Paralympic athletes. She moved back to Portland in August of 2014 and is happy to announce her new position as a PT for Stride Strong Physical Therapy!
Kelly is a core rehabilitation specialist. She specializes in the rehabilitation of the internal most core muscles of the abdominals and back. Kelly did her undergraduate work at University of New Mexico where she also swam competitively for the Lobos for 4 years. She received her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of North Dakota in 1997.
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6542 SE Lake Road, Suite 105
Milwaukie, OR 97222
Melissa is a board certified sports specialist and avid marathoner. She specializes in orthopedic assessment, gait analysis and injury prevention using a varied approach incorporating manual therapy, strengthening and flexibility, and patient education. Additionally, Melissa is also a RRCA certified running coach, primarily focusing on working with helping the injury prone runner get back to successful training.
Jonathan brings to PACE over fifteen years of coaching, racing, and strength & conditioning experience. He completed his undergraduate studies at Boston College and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Pacific University. A baseball player, distance runner, and Ironman triathlete, his extensive background in athletics and movement science, compliment his clinical skills in orthopedic manual therapy and Jones Strain Counter Strain. Jonathan’s clinical focus is working with teams and individuals of all ages and abilities, emphasizing injury pre-habilitation and long-term athletic achievement.
Kimberly Williams received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, a Master’s degree in Health Administration from Central Washington University in Ellensburg, WA. and her Bachelor of Science degrees in both Biology and Physical Education, Athletic Training from Washington State University in Pullman, WA.
Kimberly is currently an owner, physical therapist and athletic trainer at Washougal Sport and Spine. She believes in a personalized approach that meets the needs of each individual patient. Her practice philosophy utilizes a biomechanical approach with emphasis on combining manual therapy techniques and corrective exercises to address biomechanical deficiencies in movement patterns. She has a special interest in lower extremity injuries and foot pain as well as custom foot orthotic design. Kimberly has enjoyed her career experiences in collegiate and professional athletics with WSU, Central, Pacific and Concordia Universities as well as USA track and field. She has had the pleasure of teaching as an adjunct faculty at three separate universities with an interest in athletic training education.
She is an active member of the Orthopedic and Sports sections of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as well as the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and is one of two Board Certified Sports Specialist in Clark County. In addition, she has been published in the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy.
Outside the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two girls.
Kristin is a physical therapist with a special interest in treating patients with knee, shoulder, and spine injuries. She loves working with athletes of all ages and abilities to help return them to the field, court, or trails. Kristin also has a manual therapy certification (MTC) in which she has had extra training in joint mobilization and manipulation. In her spare time, Kristin enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, snowboarding, and running.
Ben grew up in Central Oregon where he was active in sports and competed nationally in ski racing. He had his first exposure to physical therapy during his senior year of high school rehabbing a ski racing injury. That experience led him to pursue a degree in physical therapy. Ben graduated Magna Cum Laude from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sports Science. He earned a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy with Distinction from Pacific University and has been working in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinics since 1999. Ben is an orthopedic certified specialist and enjoys the challenge of helping people return to optimal function without pain.
Ben likes to get outdoors with his wife and their four children. He is active coaching youth sports, often coaching more than one of his children’s teams each sports season. He and his family spend many summer weekends camping in the great Northwest.