Physical Therapy

Northeast Portland SportsCare Physical Therapy

SportsCare Physical Therapy – NE Portland began in 1999 in order to serve the Gateway, Parkrose, and East Portland communities. Since we opened our doors, we have strived to provide the highest quality care to our patients, taking the necessary time required to perform thorough evaluations and develop effective treatment plans to help our patients…

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Get to Know Your Physical Therapists

George Eischen, PT – Director of Gresham SportsCare Physical Therapy George is a native Oregonian who attended Reynolds High School and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University. He graduated from the University of Indianapolis in 1985 with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy. George has worked for Gresham SportsCare since 1985…

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Pain – How Much is Good, Bad, Normal?

Pain, ache, throbbing, sharp, stabbing and burning… All words to describe the pain we feel after injury, surgery, during or after strenuous exercise and often during physical therapy rehabilitation. How do we know what pain is significant and what pain will go away? That is a hard question to answer. What I will address today…

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Prehabilitation – What You Need To Know

The advantages of completing post-surgical physical therapy have been established for years, but what about pre-surgical therapy? “Prehab” or therapy completed prior to surgery is a growing trend that allows patients shorter, more successful recovery periods after the surgery is completed. Prehabilitation initially gained popularity with orthopedists completing total joint replacements. They recognized the importance…

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Clackamas SportsCare Physical Therapy

Since 2002, Clackamas SportsCare has been providing top quality service to the growing regions of Clackamas and Happy Valley.  Our passion is our dedication to exceptional patient treatment. We treat many types of injuries including dysfunction in the low back, knee, shoulder, neck and ankle. Clackamas SportsCare is a community-oriented clinic as demonstrated with our…

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Proper Lifting Techniques

Disclaimer: The lifting techniques contained within this document will reduce your chance of sustaining an injury if done properly. SportsCare issues no statement claiming these lifting techniques will 100% prevent injury. If you experience any pain or discomfort while lifting an object, please report to your Physical Therapist. Please contact SportsCare if you have any…

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Gresham SportsCare Physical Therapy

Gresham SportsCare was founded in 1982 by Clem Eischen when he expanded deeper into East Multnomah County. The first SportsCare clinic was located at 122nd and NE Glisan Street. Although the area has gone through quite a few changes, the directors of Gresham, NE Portland, Clackamas and Beaverton SportsCare clinics continue to congregate in the…

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Posture – The Key to a Healthy Back and Neck

Stand up straight! Why do you always slouch so much! You’re sticking your tummy out!  Blah, blah, blah! How many times have we all heard this?  Way too many times!  But what is the solution?  How do we improve our posture? Duct tape a 2 x 4 to our backs? The fact is, most of…

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Blood Flow Restriction Training

Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

Blood Flow Restriction Training: An effective method for recovering from knee pain, injury or surgery By Joe Shannon, PT, DPT, CertMST, Director The following blog will educate you on Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) and provide evidence as to why you should strongly consider using this method with your Physical Therapist to quickly and comfortably…

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Returning to Golf Following Knee Arthroplasty

Golf is a popular sport, especially among older adults. However, this age period also represents a time when osteoarthritis (OA) can impede mobility and function, even during participation in low-impact activities such as golf. In many cases, patients who have severe OA will undergo total knee arthroplasty (TKA) with the intent of returning to recreational…

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