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Progress Ridge

Progress Ridge

Physical Therapy in Progress Ridge

Serving Progress Ridge, Beaverton OR, and Surrounding Areas

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

Therapydia Progress Ridge

15000 SW Barrows Road
Suite 201, Beaverton, OR 97007

Phone: (971) 930-4433
Fax: (971) 238-2073

Email:
Hello@TherapydiaProgressRidge.com

Monday: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Tuesday: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Wednesday: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Thursday: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Friday: 7:00am – 3:45pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Our Services

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Our goal is to help our patients lead the lives they’ve always wanted, helping each individual reach their long-term wellness goals.

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Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is one type of clinical hands-on physical therapy technique. This technique uses skilled and sophisticated hands-on movements to treat soft tissues and joint structures.

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Baseline Screens

Baseline Screens

By tracking changes over time, we can pinpoint injuries before they happen and areas to improve for performance vitality.

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Sports Rehab & Performance Training

Sports Rehab & Performance Training

Our physical therapists are athletes just like you – we work together to create individualized programs based upon your goals and needs.

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Pre & Post-Partum Physical Therapy

Pre & Post-Partum Physical Therapy

Pregnancy is a time of wellness accompanied by tremendous musculoskeletal, physiological and emotional change.

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Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Therapy is a limited occlusion of arterial and venous blood flow by applying a tourniquet to the upper or lower extremity (arm or leg). In other words, it decreases blood flow to working muscles in order to promote growth of muscle cells and prevent muscle atrophy or wasting.

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Progress Ridge Physical Therapy Team

Our Testimonials and Reviews

As proof that we are delivering the highest quality services, we have scored an average of 4.9 out of 5 across 1,921 patient satisfaction surveys. You're only as good as your latest testimonial!

Here are the most recent Testimonials from Progress Ridge

Logan Cockrell, PT, DPT | Physical Therapist

One of Logan Cockrell’s biggest passions in his career is empowering others to live their best lives through an active approach to recovery and patient centered care. He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2024 from George Fox University. While completing his degree, Logan had an opportunity to serve with his classmates in Uganda via health clinics, where their team saw over 530 patients in the span of three days. This experience has ignited a passion to help whoever may be in need, from highly acute patients to patients with chronic pain.

Logan’s approach to physical therapy is collaborative, where the goals are created together between him and the patient. He is skilled in hands-on care with Maitland manual therapy techniques, as well as high velocity low amplitude thrust (HVLAT) techniques. Having a bachelor’s degree in exercise science, he also has a wide variety of exercise prescription experience. Growing up on a ranch in rural Southern Oregon, Logan values hard work and is passionate about being a lifelong learner. On top of doing his absolute best to work with patients towards their recovery, he also does his best to have fun. For fun he likes to do a wide variety of activities such surfing, CrossFit, reading fiction books, hiking, and going to coffee shops.

 

Kathy grew up in the Progress Ridge area before attending Linfield College. In February 2023, she graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from George Fox University. It was here that she learned the value of patient-centered care and interprofessional communication as it relates to a patient’s recovery.

Kathy is well versed in various orthopedic conditions and she has a growing interest in serving those with chronic pain, as well as children with orthopedic injuries. A large part of Kathy’s mission is to serve her surrounding community and help others understand the value of physical therapy. Kathy sees physical therapy as more than simply providing exercises to address an ailment; she sees it as a relationship that is shared between patient and provider with the sole purpose of determining what is meaningful in the patient’s life and how her unique skill set can be of aid. Outside of work, she likes to spend her time with her miniature schnauzer, Milo. If she’s not with her dog, then she’s likely out enjoying the Pacific Northwest for all the food, hiking, and fun it has to offer.

Joseph Pho was born and raised in Salem, Oregon. He went to the University of Oregon where he received his undergraduate degree in Human Physiology. He then attended the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Miami, FL, graduating in 2021. While there he excelled in manual therapy, winning the school’s award for excellence in manual therapy. Jo enjoys working with individuals of all sorts. He has spent time working with young athletes, victims of motor vehicle accidents, and post surgical patients. Outside of treating patients, Jo loves playing basketball, trying new foods, and collecting sneakers!

Emily Melzer, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Emily graduated from University of New England (in Portland, Maine!), receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014. Throughout her career, Emily has treated many patients with a multitude of injuries and pathologies in an outpatient orthopedic setting. While she enjoys treating all ailments — she has developed a passion for rehabilitating ankle fractures, working with runners and in the past few years – postpartum recovery, specifically rehabilitating diastasis recti.

Personable, humorous and compassionate, she enjoys connecting with her patients. She brings positive energy and encouragement in the journey to recovery. Emily is adamant that tailoring treatment and plan of care to each and every patient is the difference between standard care and outstanding care. She is passionate about her work and is thrilled to be able to treat patients within a company that supports a one-on-one patient care model. In her time outside of work, you’ll find Emily chasing her 2 year old son around a playground, spending time with her family in North Central Oregon on her family’s farm or running a half marathon with her best friend.

Kelley Lindstrom, DPT

Regional Manager

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 dog, Kai. She also loves yoga, snowboarding, spending time with family, and traveling.

Steven Jew, DPT

Clinic Director

Steve, Therapydia Progress Ridge’s Clinic Director, comes from the Bay Area in Northern California. He received his B.A. in Sports Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California where he also obtained his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. Steven immediately became involved in clinical education by quickly becoming a Certified Clinical Instructor, and teaching a multitude of students from across the nation. He completed a 3-year post doctorate program to become a certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist through the Manual Therapy Institute. As a result, Steven’s clinical approach is greatly supported by a “hands on” approach towards getting his patients better faster. He has most recently completed his certifications in Vestibular Rehabilitation, Athlete Movement Systems, and is further specializing in the treatment and diagnosis of endurance athletes. When he isn’t studying or treating patients, you can find Steven rock climbing with his wife Monica, or hiking with his dog, Luna. Steven also loves to snow shoe, snowboard, and play volleyball whenever he gets the chance.

Kristy Bess

Office Manager

Kristy is a graduate of Oregon School of Massage and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2011. Kristy enjoyed her work as a massage therapist and chiropractic assistant. After a few years, she moved into administration, medical billing, and clinic management, so she could learn all the behind the scenes of running a healthcare practice. In addition to her work in small chiropractic and massage clinics, she has also taught at Oregon School of Massage to provide student support as a student services coordinator.

Kristy knew from a young age that she wanted to be in a therapeutic profession because she finds great satisfaction in offering support to others while being a facilitator of positive change. She believes in empowering patients to be leaders in their own transformation by offering knowledge, support, guidance, encouragement, and insight. She believes that healing happens when a collaborative relationship is formed, built on trust and empathy between patient and practitioner.

In her free time, she is an “Olympic level” movie watcher and is a movie and music trivia expert. She enjoys spending time with her two cats, Thomas and Simon.

Jessica Jones

Physical Therapist

Jessica recently moved to Seattle from Boston, MA and is excited to join the Therapydia team. Her treatment experience includes orthopedics, sports medicine, pediatrics, and vestibular therapy. Jessica received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 2016. She has completed the Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency at Boston Children’s Hospital and is in the process of completing a Comprehensive Vestibular Rehabilitation certification. Jessica believes in empowering and inspiring patients to take control of their health through education, movement, and exercise. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and levels while utilizing soft tissue techniques, neuromuscular re-education, balance training as well as therapeutic exercise. In her free time, Jessica enjoys yoga, dancing, kayaking, and hiking with her dog!

 

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