Whether you’re looking to recover from an injury, improve your athletic performance, or just make sure your mechanics are performing at the optimal level, we’re here to help you along your path to lifetime wellness.
One-on-one, hands-on treatments designed around your unique body and goals
Tailored exercise programs to improve movement and function
Pinpoint to the root cause of your condition for lasting pain relief
3925 SW 153rd Dr #210 Beaverton, OR 97003 Phone: (971) 727-8155 Fax:(971) 727-8179
Therapydia Beaverton Clinic Director Kelley Lindstrom grew up in Oregon and loves to call the Pacific Northwest her home. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Willamette University and then moved to Colorado, where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Regis University in 2013. After graduating, she moved back to Oregon and has been working in an outpatient orthopedic setting since.
Clinically, Kelley is passionate about helping patients of all ages and abilities return to a pain free and active lifestyle. As a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) she has established a treatment approach that combines manual therapy, movement retraining, and functional strengthening to treat pain and movement dysfunction. Beyond injury rehabilitation, Kelley focuses on injury prevention and wellness that is achieved through patient education and promoting positive lifestyle changes. As a NCAA collegiate athlete herself, Kelley has a special passion for working with female athletes of all ages and believes that this is truly a unique population with specific needs that often are not addressed.
Kelley loves making a positive impact on the Beaverton community she has worked in for the past several years as a physical therapist. Outside of the clinic, Kelley loves to hike and camp with her husband, Alex, and dog, Kai. She also loves yoga, snowboarding, spending time with family, and traveling.
Jenny Cannon, MPT
Therapydia Beaverton physical therapist Jenny Cannon moved to Portland in 2016 with her husband and has since settled into our clinic, seeing patients through their whole rehab process.
Jenny earned her Master’s degree in PT from University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX in 2002. After graduation, she moved to Denver, CO, and spent 14 years there working in various outpatient orthopedic clinics. Jenny brings a wide range of experience to the Beaverton clinic, treating everyone from high level athletes to chronic pain patients. She’s also completed extensive training with the Institute for Physical Art (IPA), mastering a treatment approach that involves manual therapy for the joints, soft tissue, and viscera, as well as neuromuscular re-education, postural, and body mechanics training. She has experience with running evaluations and recently added a bike fit certification to her bag of tools. Jenny is passionate about getting to the root of her patients’ problems and not just treating the symptoms. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and abilities in their goals of restoring function and healthy lives.
Outside of Therapydia Beaverton, Jenny enjoys spending time and exploring Oregon with her husband, Brian and dog, Stella. She can often be found running in Forest Park with Stella, while Brian is miles ahead. In addition to running, she enjoys biking (both mountain and road), hiking, snowboarding, and almost anything outside. She is a lifelong athlete, having been involved in sports from a young age all the way through college, and continues to stay active as much as possible.
Monica Mai, DPT
Therapydia Beaverton physical therapist Monica Mai was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Human Physiology, with a minor in Music, from the University of Oregon in 2012. Monica left the Northwest to attend Western University of Health Sciences where she earned her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2016. She is a certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, ASTYM™ system provider, and a member of the Oregon Physical Therapy Association (OPTA). She is also currently pursuing her Certification in Manual Therapy (CMPT) with the North American Institute of Manual Therapy (NAIOMT).
Monica loves the one-on-one approach to physical therapy and enjoys helping her patients reach their goals, whether it’s running a marathon or simply sitting at work without pain.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, spending time on the Oregon coast, and rock climbing – both indoors and outdoors.
Jenna Boren, DPT
Therapydia physical therapist Jenna Boren is from a small town in southern Oklahoma. Drawn to the beautiful scenery, she moved to Oregon in 2016. Growing up playing sports and then as a college athlete, she was intrigued by the human body, and especially learning ways to train to improve performance. She graduated with her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in 2013. Boomer Sooner!
Jenna has taken courses to further her physical therapy education in many subjects including: Grey Institute 3D Maps, Blood flow restriction, and the Thoracic Ring Approach™. These courses allow Jenna to approach each patient individually and help them meet their specific goals. She loves working with a variety of patient populations to return them to what they love to do. Since graduating she has treated patients with acute and chronic conditions, as well as pre and post-operative patients.
Outside of work, Jenna likes to spend time with her family, loves every opportunity to get outside, including camping, biking, hiking, and walks around the neighborhood with her mini Australian Shepard, Millie.
Jackie is an Oregon native new to the Portland area. After living in Coos Bay for so long she just took the chance and moved to the area to experience a real city life. While in coos bay she worked in a successful outpatient orthopedic clinic for almost 2 years as an office coordinator. She enjoys working in physical therapy to see the positive improvements with patients. Jackalyn enjoys hiking to waterfalls, finding the best food trucks, and searching for sea glass on the beach.
Amanda is originally from Minnesota and California. She made the move to the PNW in 2011 and has made the Portland area her forever home. Although Amanda holds a degree in Graphic Design, she expresses that her desire to be around people ultimately outshined her technological, creative bent.
Amanda spent the last decade working as an Administrative Manager and a Residential Manager. After a successful career in leadership helping adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, she is excited to join the Therapydia team. Amanda is passionate about the patient care experience and joined Therapydia to help make a positive impact on the patients we care for.
In her free time Amanda enjoys graphic design, painting, and sculpting. She also loves spending time with family, tending to her many plants and chasing waterfalls all over the PNW.