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
9282 NE Windsor St Hillsboro, OR 97006 Phone: (503) 606-8849
Fax: (503) 640-0443
Kimberly is a New England girl at heart. After moving around throughout her childhood, she spent most of her time growing up in New Hampshire. Go Red Sox! She started her journey away from the east coast with her undergraduate work in Boulder, Colorado. Her first experience with physical therapy was as an aide in North Lake Tahoe after she moved there to pursue her skiing passion. After this, she knew that a physical therapist is who she wanted to be. She then journeyed to Chicago to work in corporate wellness and attend physical therapy school. Family decisions brought her to Portland, where she has been practicing ever since graduating PT school.
She has fallen in love with being a physical therapist and the constant learning and growth that is associated with the career. She went on to become a board certified orthopedic specialist (OCS) in 2014 and is currently pursuing her manual certification through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy.
Kimberly grew up in a fun and active family. She played many sports growing up: softball, lacrosse, nordic/alpine ski teams, rock climbing, water skiing and field hockey. She went on to play club field hockey in college. To this day, being active is still her thing and sharing this love for being active and outside with her 7 year old son is her new passion.
Education: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, 2008B.A. in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology, University of Colorado, Boulder 2001
Clinical Focus: General outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine, bike fitting, running analysis, post-operative rehabilitation, adolescent athletes, ASTYM
Leisure Activities: Studying foreign languages, cooking, photography, triathlon, exploring beautiful Oregon by running or hiking with my dog or cycling the backroads, playing with my kiddo
Annika Piros, DPT
Annika is a native Oregonian who earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Willamette University and her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from George Fox University. As a therapist, Annika enjoys working with patients of all ages and abilities. She has focused her clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics and geriatrics with additional training in vestibular rehabilitation and treatments for low back pain. By using a combination of hands-on manual therapy, patient education, and corrective exercise, Annika helps patients return to an active lifestyle. Her background in research at George Fox University enables her to provide additional expertise in the rehabilitation of overuse injuries.
Annika has a special interest in health & wellness and she strives to model healthy behaviors to her patients. This passion stems from her time as a NCAA collegiate volleyball and tennis player and later on as a competitive CrossFit athlete. Her experience as both a former CrossFit coach and athlete have provided her insights that she brings to her patients and treatment approach.
Outside of the clinic, Annika believes strongly in extending her work into the community. She enjoys working closely with CrossFit gyms, sharing information about the physical therapy profession at schools/universities, and supporting her husband with coaching athletes in football & track at Mountainside High School in Beaverton. In her free time, Annika enjoys training (CrossFit, Olympic lifting, cycle classes), playing volleyball, traveling, exploring wine country, speaking German as part of her heritage, and spending time with her husband.
Christine Kearney, DPT
Christine Kearney recently moved to Oregon from California and is excited to call Oregon her home. She earned her Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Child Development from California State University Northridge (2004) and later received her Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Chapman University (2008).
Christine has worked in outpatient physical therapy throughout her career and became passionate about treating pelvic floor dysfunction, pre-natal to post-partum care, and functional nutrition because of personal experiences. She enjoys learning all things physical therapy and continues to enhance her skills through continuing education courses such as Fascial Counterstrain through The Jones Institute, functional nutrition through Integrative Pain Institute and Integrative Women’s Health Institute, visceral mobilization through The Barral Institute, and pelvic manual techniques through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation and Birth Healing Institute.
Christine is certified in Graston Technique and is currently working on her Birth Healing certification.
Outside of the clinic, Christine enjoys spending time with her husband, kids, mom, and doggies. She loves being outdoors, yoga, reading and anything that involves crafting. Oh and yes….cooking!
Clinical Focus: General outpatient orthopedics, Pelvic Floor dysfunction and Chronic Pain for both women and men (prolapse, pudendal neuralgia, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome, vulvodynia, urinary incontinence, bowel dysfunction, rectal pain), Functional Nutrition.
Kim Cornie is a born and raised resident of the Hillsboro, Oregon community. She is a graduate of Pacific University’s Exercise Science program. She went on to earn her Associates as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2000. Working in the field for 7 year, mostly in the Outpatient Orthopedics practice, before becoming an active stay at home mom and school volunteer. Kim enjoys hiking and camping with her 2 children and her husband. In her free time she loves to participate in pilates (pursuing her STOTT certification); cooking with her kids, reading and dabbling in photography.
Lyric grew up in Washington State and moved to Oregon in 2016. While she wasn’t raised here, the PNW is home sweet home. Lyric spent 2.5 years working for a company that supports adults with developmental disabilities in living independently. She adopted a love for the healthcare field from her mom at an early age and appreciates being able to be a part of it today. In her free time she loves to play sports, volunteer, hike, or read.