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
2808 E. Burnside St. Portland, OR 97214 Phone: (503) 477-4802
Fax: (503) 477-9395
Sabrina received her clinical doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from the top national physical therapy program at University of Southern California in 2006, where she studied with some of the most highly acclaimed researchers in her field. She relocated to Portland in 2014 and joined the Therapydia PDX team in 2015.
Sabrina values continuing education and has attended several courses in specialized manual therapy techniques and movement science principles to advance her skills in the treatment of movement dysfunctions. Currently, she is participating in rigorous coursework leading toward a specialized certification via the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). She also actively follows the cutting-edge research of the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute and International Spine and Pain Institute regarding pain management.
Sabrina is an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Credentialed Clinical Instructor and Kinesio Taping Association (KTA) Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner. She is also certified in The Graston Technique®, a patented form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to effectively detect and treat scar tissue and other soft tissue restrictions that affect normal function. Sabrina enjoys exploring her adopted state and staying active in dance, yoga, Pilates and hiking.
Tony D’Ovidio, DPT
Tony received his doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) degree from Boston University in 2014. While studying, he also worked as a strength and conditioning coach for club sports teams including rugby, ice hockey, and volleyball as well as both the Army and Navy ROTC and individuals of myriad fitness levels.
Passionate about continued learning and providing optimal care for patients, Tony completed a Manual Therapy Certificate (MTC) program in 2017, and has continued to develop his hands-on skills in a manual therapy fellowship program starting in 2018. In addition to his experience as a strength and conditioning coach, he is also a certified Olympic Weightlifting coach through USA Weightlifting.
His clinical philosophy revolves around strong patient communication and education, expert manual therapy skills, and the prescription of exercise for both rehabilitation and performance. He particularly enjoys working with active individuals and promoting long-term health and fitness through an intelligent approach to training.
In his free time Tony enjoys exercising, hiking, cooking, and travel.
Brooke Flood, DPT, COMT
Brooke received her doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from USC in 2007, prior to that she received her bachelor’s degree in physiological science at UCLA and was a member of the Women’s division 1 rowing team. She was an amateur triathlete and worked as a beach lifeguard and ski/snowboard instructor. She enjoys working with athletes and has an emphasis in manual therapy treatment of patients of all ages and abilities. She has continued her post-graduate work and received her certification in orthopedic manual therapy from the Ola Grismby institute in 2010. Brooke is also bike fit certified. Outside of the office Brooke enjoys spending time with her family and their dog. She also enjoys traveling, camping, hiking, running, cycling, snowboarding, kiting and exploring the outdoors.
Stephen Block, DPT
“I am a Portland native and I love the PNW. I grew up in SW Portland. After graduating from Oregon State University, I attended George Fox University for PT school. I love to spend time outside. I love the rain and the cool crisp fall days of Oregon.”
As a yoga teacher, climber, and runner Seth has a love for movement; its physical and psychological benefits and its ability to bring people together. His focus on improving the healthcare field brought him to therapydia where he brings curiosity, compassion, and an upbeat attitude to his work. A native of Washington, D.C., Seth moved to Portland to be closer to the outdoors and pursue a career in the healthcare field. He is passionate about improving the experience of healthcare through the development of better diagnostic technology and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Applied Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to help revolutionize the healthcare field. In his off time, you’ll find him in the mountains, in the woods, or reading his favorite non-fiction.
I graduated from Oregon State University in 2018 with a bachelor’s in Kinesiology and minor in Psychology. I am an outgoing person and love being in a work setting that helps people every day. Working in healthcare and helping people is a real passion of mine. I want to make everyone’s experience wonderful when they walk through the doors. I love the outdoors and will often go out for hikes, runs, and walks. On the rainy days in Portland, you can find me working on puzzles. I am from Portland and love everything about the city.
Emily was awesome! She is warm and easy to relate to which makes doing the exercises more palatable. I felt like my goals were accessible and her explanations were clear and easy to follow. I looked forward to my PT sessions
I feel extremely fortunate to have found Therapydia. Sabrina has really helped me understand what is causing me pain and the steps I need to take in my recovery. I have seen other PTs and never had someone so invested in my recovery. The whole group is friendly, welcoming, and helpful.
Therapydia is fantastic! Had the pleasure of working with Tony D’Ovidio on two separate ankle injuries. He helped me not only alleviate pain but regain strength, balance, and flexibility with dorsiflexion and plantar flexion. I’m back doing the things I love once again!