Ted Forcum, DC, DACBSP, FICC, CSCS – Back In Motion Sports Injuries

Graston King

I have to believe that Ted has the most trained in Graston technique in Portland. So if you’re looking for that, hands down I would recommend him! He also has a lot of experience with traveling with Team USA teams and the Portland Timbers. Ted helped keep me running for about a year. My only concern is that he is usually very booked and it would usually take 2-3 weeks to set up an appointment. Sometimes I felt like he didn’t have a ton of time with me during appointments, and treatment could be a bit one-dimensional instead of more problem solving since the treatment didn’t seem to be helping my injury much. But this was what I experienced mostly for just my last injury I had while seeing him (achilles tendonitis), so I would still recommend him in general.

Date of Review
March 8, 2014 4:07 pm
Type of injury(s) this practitioner treated you for (Optional)
Achilles, Stress fracture, Low back pain
What are his/her go-to methods of treatment? (Optional)
Chiropractic adjustments, Graston
Is this health practitioner an athlete? If yes, please list type. (Optional)
How many miles do you usually run per week? (Optional)
50+ miles/week
What is your typical training pace or a recent race time? (Optional)
17:35 5k
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