Physical Therapy Clinic in Hillsboro, Oregon

Stride Strong Physical Therapy Hillsboro Clinic can help you with everything spine care, to sports injuries, to after-surgery rehabilitation – we treat all orthopedic conditions on patients of all ages. Our strengths? Movement analysis. We don’t just treat your joints, we treat how you move. At any of our Physical Therapy clinics, you know you will receive:

  • One-on-one 45 min to 1 hour appointments with your physical therapist. (We don’t shuttle you off to do a stretch or hand you off to an aide like other clinics do!)
  • An explanation for why we think you are hurting. (Sounds like a basic need right? But yet so often missed by other healthcare providers!)
  • Full transparency and one-on-one help with understanding your healthcare bill. Our promise is to never leave anyone in the dark.

Call (503) 208-6278 to schedule your therapy now!

  • Ana Lucia Pinheiro
    Ana Lucia Pinheiro
    02:18 20 Oct 17
    This place is amazing. I am so happy I found Stride Strong PT. Alice pays attention to all of the details, she watches every single move I make, my posture, and the way I move through every exercise. She is very knowledgeable, she was able to pin-point the problems in my back and she has a plan to help me become stronger where I need. The place is brand new, huge, and has nice exercise machines. I tried a few physical therapists in the area, and Alice is TOP, second to none, and I feel super lucky to have found her. Highly recommended!!
    Prashant Gupta
    Prashant Gupta
    01:00 02 Oct 17
    Dr. Alice at Stride Strong is one of the best PTs I have come across. Her attention to detail and assessment of the root cause of injury is very good. She is excellent in evaluating pain patterns and giving a training schedule for a rehab & injury prevention, she is extremely knowledgeable. I would strongly recommend Stride Strong to anyone looking for PT. It is easily the best PT clinics in Hillsboro area.
    steven zollin
    steven zollin
    20:57 14 Sep 17
    Highly recommend Stride Strong Physical Therapy , Alice showed me proper form to assist in recovery with my shoulder and is very knowledgeable.
    Lindsay Nied
    Lindsay Nied
    23:33 18 Dec 17
    I recently had a massage from Joel at the Hillsboro location. He was able to work on an ongoing issue I have been experiencing with my back after a sports injury, and I left feeling so much better. The whole facility looked incredible, and everyone I met was friendly and welcoming. I would highly recommend Stride Strong for massage and physical therapy.
    JoAnn Hatch
    JoAnn Hatch
    08:20 08 Nov 17
    Dr. Sydney is by far the absolute best physical therapist I've worked with ever! Her expertise in designing highly effective and efficient exercise plans is beyond compare. I feel so much better as my strength and function increases. She comes up with the most brilliant and fun ideas to motivate. To my delight she even offered to come to my home in Vancouver and work with me on my own equipment including a Stott Pilates Reformer. Talk about going above and beyond! Couldn't be more grateful I found her!!!
    Clare Perry
    Clare Perry
    21:58 23 Oct 17
    A full hour of a dedicated PT professional's time without aides or techs? That's just one of the things that sets this clinic apart from others. Competent, professional, and amiable, Dr. Alice Holland and her team are the best in the area. While I generally see them at the Cedar Mill Clinic on Cornell, situational constraints took me to their new Hillsboro clinic today near Intel Jones Farm. Beautifully furnished, spacious with easy parking and access. May you continue to grow and thrive, Stride Strong!
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    Physical Therapist: We Treat Many Common Injuries

    Our Doctors of Physical Therapy are experts when it comes to exercise therapy and physical health management. Our team of physical therapists believes strongly in the power and healing ability of exercise and strengthening. Too often, in our daily lives we have been subjected to sitting and sedentary lifestyles that are not conducive to building strong and healthy bodies. Much of the common ailments are actually caused by this inactivity: low back pain, knee pain, and rotator cuff injuries. Our team of occupational specialists also services post-operation and outpatient procedures. Our university trained physical therapists will not only prescribe exercises but they also closely guide the patients as they perform them, to make sure form and technique are not compromised and the maximum healing effect is attained during therapy at our clinics. Meet our physical therapists here.

    Back Injury Therapy

    Back pain is one the most common pains that bring patients to visit the doctor, miss work, and skip sports. This type of pain is also one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. Because of how much we use our backs for almost every activity we do (walking, standing, sitting upright, lifting, carrying) it is no wonder that pain, discomfort, and the health of our spines would cause us to halt most of our activities. Our practice therapists are here to help. Learn more about back pain therapy here. Our therapists treat the following types of  back pain:Back Pain Physical Therapy in Hillsboro

    • Upper Back Pain

    • Mid Back Pain

    • Lower Back Pain

    • Disc Pain

    • Sciatica Pain

    Neck Injury Therapy

    Neck pain can be a result of many different conditions like a pinched nerve, soreness from whiplash, or even from just sleeping incorrectly. Most neck pain is NOT caused by a serious disease and there are a variety of clinical tests and prediction rules to determine the most likely cause of the neck injury that will point us in the right direction when deciding the best therapy plan for you. Manual neck injury therapy comes in the form of mobilization of the joints, manual stretching of muscles to obtain mobility and soft tissue massage to improve and loosen spasms without medicine. Our certified medical staff at our clinic can give you relief. Read more about our neck treatment here. Our practice can assist with the following types of neck therapy:Neck pain therapy in Hillsboro, Or

    • Whiplash Pain

    • Pinched Nerve

    • Headache

    Leg Injury Therapy

    Leg injuries are very common in the US population simply because we are largely a sitting society. A lot of time is being spent in a seated position – whether during work, in the car, or when relaxing and socializing – almost all activities are spent in a chair. Over time, muscles of the leg become atrophied from non-use and muscle strength will get gradually reduced, requiring extensive rehabilitation, at our clinic, to improve strength. Our care services specialists at our Hillsboro clinic can help. Learn more about our leg pain treatment here.  Our certified specialists offer therapy services for the following types of leg therapy:

    • Hamstring Injury

    • IT Band Syndrome

    • Shin Splints

    • Ankle Injury

    Knee Injury Therapy

    A large number of patients in the United States suffer from knee pain. There are many causes for it ranging from osteoarthritis to ligamentous injuries to the bad knee mechanics leading to mal-tracking of joints. The main reason why there is a large number of knee patients suffering from knee pain is largely because the knee does not possess much musculature. Our therapists have rehabilitiated hundreds of total knoww repalcements at our clinic. Read more about our knee pain treatment here.  Our medical staff offers therapy for the following types of knee pain:Knee pain therapy in Hillsboro

    • Total Knee Replacement

    • Knee Sprains

    • Meniscus Tears

    Outside of the physical therapy department, we are sticklers for posture and biomechanics. This is crucial when building personalized therapy plans and treating sports injuries, such those from running, and for chronic strain injuries like plantar fasciitis, at our clinic. Just as patients can slowly decondition their tissues from non-activity, you can also hurt themselves during faulty activity. Part of the therapy process at our clinic, our services utilize Video Analysis to record and playback biomechanics during walking, running or even standing.  This way we are able to analyze what each joint and limb are doing and we are quickly able to ascertain where the balance of postural habits and poor mechanics have caused or at least played a hand in an injury. One large subset of the population we see in our therapy clinics is postural issues pertaining to the occupational risk of desk work and computer work. With large numbers of patients from across the street at Intel, we can perform ergonomic evaluations and make recommendations for sit-stand desks. During our physical therapy programs, we also take the time to coach our clients on how they should be sitting and standing with proper posture to reduce workplace discomfort and pain.

    Common After-Surgery Treatments & Therapy

    Surgical repairs have to be given the utmost care and attention for physical therapy to assist in a strong and speedy recovery. Not only do we have to respect for tissue healing time, but the physical therapist must also account for gradual tissue adaptation to exercise. At Stride Strong Physical Therapy, our therapists have several methods for reducing surgical pain so the body is better able to heal: our services include performing various levels of manual therapy to calm muscles down, improve circulation, and decrease scar tissue formation. Some of the most common surgeries we help people heal from are; Total knee replacements, rotator cuff repairs, lumbar microdiscectomies, achilles tendon repairs, and vertebral fusions. In therapy, dosing of exercise progression is also paramount to a patient’s healing continuum: too little and we risk prolonging the rehab phase, too much and we risk aggravating the pain. Our services include outpatient surgeries as well. Our Physical Therapists are experts when it comes to this delicate balance of benefit and harm.  For a thorough physical therapy process, we also make it a point to maintain close communication with orthopedic surgeons and physicians to maximize healing for those that are recovering from surgeries.

    Directions to Our Nearest Physical Therapy Clinic in Hillsboro

    Intel Jones Farm Campus in Hillsboro, Oregon Our clinic is located 10 minutes’ car ride from Hillsboro city center and 5 minutes away from Jackson School. Our private Hillsboro clinic is not only near the Hillsboro Hops baseball stadium but also is based right across the street from Intel’s Jones Farm campus offices making it a convenient location for the therapy of Intel workers.

    Driving Directions

    From the center of Hillsboro, head north on 1st Avenue toward Lincoln street until it becomes NW Glencoe Road. Turn right onto NW Evergreen Road. Turn right onto NE 25th Avenue and another right onto Griffin Oaks Drive. Our clinic will be on your left-hand side.

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