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Our physical therapists are fully licensed by the State of Oregon.
Each pursues continuing education to learn advanced physical
therapy techniques.

Physical Therapists are specifically trained in physiology and
anatomy and understand how movement, posture, and function
affect wellness. Physical Therapists may become certified in
manual therapy by enrolling in 3-4 year post-graduate level
course work and clinical experiences.

Our highly trained professionals have strong backgrounds and
extensive education in specialty areas. As a team, we draw from
each other’s knowledge and expertise to design the most
effective course of treatment for each patient.

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Leesa Nystrom

Leesa graduated from the Ohio State University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science Allied Health Professions Physical Therapy degree. She moved to Portland, Oregon in 1978 and has been in the Rogue Valley since 1985.

Her professional special areas of interest include manual therapy, osteopathic techniques, and back, neck, and spine injuries. When not practicing physical therapy, Leesa is caring for her three rescue dogs, or in the great outdoors including horseback riding.

Jason Strock

Jay has lived in the Rogue Valley since 1980. He received his Physical Therapy degree in 1998 from the University of Professional Education, Enschede, The Netherlands, with a degree in Physiotherapy. He is fluent in Spanish and some Dutch and sign (ASL) languages.

His professional areas of emphasis include chronic pain, orthopedics (especially knee and shoulder treatment), industrial physical therapy/postural education, and lumbopelvic pain. Jay enjoys collecting wooden shoes, gardening, woodworking, music, and photography, and most importantly loves family time.

Michelle Millette

Michelle Earned a Master's of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Puget Sound in 1991. She grew up in the Rogue Valley and came back to stay in 2006. Her special areas of interests include John Barnes Myofascial Release, chronic pain, geriatrics, and neurological rehabilitation. Michelle enjoys the outdoors, spending time with her family and helping out at Habitat for Humanity.

Kimberly Stephens

Kim earned a Master’s of Physical Therapy degree from Chapman University in 1994. She has practiced in the Rogue Valley since 1994. Her special areas of interests include manual therapy, treatment of the back, neck, and lumbopelvic injuries and working with young female athletes. Kim enjoys water skiing, traveling, sports and spending time with her family.

Kelley Frakes

In 1983, Kelley graduated from Pacific University with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Her special therapy interests are manual therapy, vestibular dysfunction, postoperative total knee and shoulder replacements, spinal therapy, and extremity joints. Kelley enjoys active pursuits, such as hiking, bicycling, and working with therapy dogs.