Best 30 Physical Therapy Clinics in Portland, OR with Reviews -

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By: Ken I.
Oregon Exercise Therapy LLC
OET is a great place, Matt Whitehead is the owner and he knows his stuff. I have been working with him, learning the Egoscue Method, for the last 6 months. He has helped me recover from what was an ever worsening back condition. I'm not out of the woods yet but know I'm on the right path and that Matt is the one to continue leading me in the correct direction. Every Egoscue workout is tough, but tough in the way that feels so right. I know the exercises are restoring the balance I had lost. My body just couldn't do it anymore and I woke up leaning over to the side, off center by inches, about 9 months ago. I tried PT, which helped but didn't go far enough, in part because they were only allowed to work with the referred area, and I knew my whole body was involved. Matt, using the Egoscue Method, treats the whole body, it's the only way that makes sense to me. He watches how I move and then has me try various Egoscue Exercises as we determine which are best for my next 'menu'. I am amazed at how Egoscue exercises remind the body of how it is meant to move, they just feel right to me, and I'm standing much straighter these days. I highly recommend Matt and OET if your body is not performing as you know it should. Don't put it off, I did and I wish I'd started with Matt sooner.
By: Warren P.
Oregon Exercise Therapy LLC
Matt Whitehead's Oregon Exercise Therapy is as it good as it gets for structural alignment, injury treatment/ prevention and overall health and functional fitness. Matt's manner is professional and friendly, and most importantly he listens to his clients and delivers. All this happens in lovely modern facility with all the needed equipment, and has made a real difference to my physical well being.
Tips & Advices
At the first appointment with a physical therapist, Expect an overall assessment of your condition, which may include exercises to understand your range of motion, balance, and strength. Based on that information, the therapist can then design a regimen.
Physical therapists can work in a variety of environments. While many choose to work in a physical therapy clinic, others will operate out of hospitals and are also able to make house calls to help patients who need in-home assistance and rehabilitation.
Physical therapists can specialize in sports medicine, women's health, geriatric, neurologic, orthopedic​, pediatric, and cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions, among others.
See a physical therapist following a serious muscle or bone injury, especially if pain doesn't go away within a few days, is recurring and dull, or is frequent and sharp. Book an appointment if medication is not helping or if your doctor recommends it.
The majority of health insurance plans do include physical therapy treatment, but the amount covered and the co-pay for patients varies person-to-person. Medicare and workers’ compensation both cover physical therapy.

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