What a year to review!
Are you having neck pain?
“I had neck pain and immobility from old neck trauma.
My neck is substantially more mobile after the series of treatments and home exercises that my PT prescribed.
I still have a little bit of discomfort but it has gone from being obstructive and distracting to something that I don’t even notice unless I’m actively trying to.
I wasn’t sure that they could really do much for my neck but the treatment really worked and they have my full confidence now. I’d recommend to anyone.” Michele
Are you having low back pain?
“Lumbar pain – was a deranged disc. Katie fixed me right up in a couple of weeks. And now my range of motion is better than before the injury. Resuming running / yoga….” Andrew
Are you having ankle pain?
“I was hopeful my chronic ankle pain could be helped. I am now almost as capable in my ankle as pre-injury. This is the most relief I have felt in half a decade.” Michael
What kind of pain are you having?
“I recently scheduled a visit at Nick Rinard Physical Therapy because I had a wonderful successful experience here in the past.
This time proved to be just as wonderful and definitely successful!
I truly appreciated everyone here and especially the fact that Nick & Katie will make sure everything the patient came in for is well without any unnecessary visits.” Julie
Let your New Years resolution be
one of these testimonials.
Rid yourself of pain and get back to pre-injury levels!
We hope that everyone is enjoying this holiday to rest, recover and spend time with family and friends.
Nick Rinard Physical Therapy’s office will be closed from Dec. 21, 2021 to Dec. 31st 2021.
Nick is out recovering from knee surgery, Katie is out spending time with family and the office is getting some much needed renovations at this time.
We apologize for any inconvenience- as we do not like being unavailable to the community.
Please feel free to email help@RinardPT.com for any needs you may have. This may be the best way to get your questions answered. However please continue to call 503-244-6232 and someone will be in the office to give you a call back.
Wishing you all the best this holiday season.
Nick Rinard PT will be CLOSED for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 25th 2021 and Friday November 26th, 2021.
Hopefully this year more of us will be able to visit family and friends in person. We have much to be thankful for this year!
From everyone at Nick Rinard Physical Therapy – We wish you a happy Thanksgiving and as always….
…. Nick Rinard Physical Therapy is very Thankful to have you in our lives! We couldn’t do it without you!
Despite the recent events occurring nation wide and the increasing barriers to quality health care we STILL survive because of you!
Nick and I have enjoyed their enthusiasm in learning the methods of MDT.
They have brought fresh questions and perspective to our established practice along with the latest in exercise techniques!
Plus, with extra hands in the clinic, we are able to devote even more individualized attention to you, our patients, helping you achieve the best results in the shortest time.
Are you having pain that is holding you back from enjoying summer time to its fullest?
Call us today for a free-screen!
We would love to help you feel better and be able to enjoy the last days of sunshine!
Katie Noles-Bowers DPT
Do you have any family members or friends that complain of low back pain or neck tension?
Recommend Nick Rinard Physical Therapy!
Do you know anyone that has been in physical therapy before and did not receive the results they expected?
Send them our way!
As you have come to know and trust- Nick Rinard Physical Therapy continues to get results, even with the toughest cases, for over 20years!
Have your friends and family call 503-244-6232 today!
We hope everyone is having a very happy Memorial Day weekend.
Be safe, have fun and enjoy time with family and friends.
We are always here to help you celebrate these moments free of pain.
We looking forward to seeing all our patients back in the clinic on Tuesday.
At Nick Rinard Physical Therapy, you are given an individualized program only after completing a thorough mechanical evaluation.
Our method is the most up to date and accredited understanding of body mechanics that goes beyond what most physical therapist graduate with.
Once you have been treated by a certified physical therapist, you can see and feel the difference in your body’s ability to heal, at every visit!
It’s amazing what a correct and clear diagnosis can do!
The benefits go beyond “generic” care!
Nick Rinard Physical Therapy is counting down the days to Christmas with this awesome advent calendar made and gifted to us by one of our wonderful patients!
We don’t know what we would do without you!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
We are currently without power at our Southwest Portland Physical Therapy Clinic. This is impacting our phones, computers and email. Portland General Electric estimates restoration of power around 11AM.
We ARE still seeing patients, as there is plenty of light in the clinic, so, yes, your appointment will still happen at your scheduled time. We recommend you plan on arriving early, however, as traffic around the clinic will be affected by the power outage.
Any voicemail messages left between close of business yesterday and the restoration of power will be returned as soon as possible after power is restored.
Should the power outage extend beyond 11AM today, Friday the 13th of November, 2020, we will update this post with additional information.