Beaverton SportsCare Physical Therapy Staff

Joe Fricke, PT, Director
Joe is a North Dakota native who graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1987. He remains active in competitive cycling, designs training programs for athletes, competes in a variety of sports and fitness activities and also enjoys skiing and strength training. Joe has completed a variety of courses in Manual Therapy techniques and has a good deal of experience treating spinal and orthopedic conditions. Joe began working for Clem Eischen in 1987, and after five years, worked with Providence Hospital and served as the Director of their Gateway Satellite Clinic. He earned the Mission Medal while at Providence. In 1999, he partnered with George Eischen and opened Gateway-Parkrose SportsCare, treating general orthopedics and spine patients, while also assisting treatment of local high school and college athletes.

Tony Rosati, DPT
Tony RosatiTony was born and raised on the California coast. He moved to the Northwest after receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sport & Exercise Science then a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Gannon University in Pennsylvania. Tony treats a variety of orthopedic conditions including work place injuries, sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, post surgical recovery, spinal injuries, and vertigo/balance disorders. When Tony is not working at the clinic he enjoys hiking, surfing, tennis, spending time with family, and settling down with a good book during those rainy Oregon days.

Della Eldredge, Office Manager
della-eldredgeDella is a native Oregonian, growing up just outside of Beaverton in the town of Vernonia. She joined our company in August of 2012. Della Enjoys spending time with her family and grandchildren, cooking and traveling.

Kimberly Ragsdale, Aide
kimberly-ragsdaleKimberly is from Vernonia, Oregon. She lives on a beautiful farm with her husband and two sons, where they raise and sell organic fed beef, sheep and chickens. When not working at home or SportsCare, Kimberly enjoys selling Mary Kay and hunting.