“Primary doctor suggested therapy after my January physical before considering any surgery.
I’m glad the doctor suggested therapy, mainly due to my age and recovery time that accompanies surgery.
I feel I’m back to 95-98% of what I was prior to therapy and should maintain this status by faithfully doing the exercise they have given me.
I would recommend Nick Rinard to anyone requiring physical therapy either prior to or after surgery!”
“I was referred by my primary care provider for intense neck pain.
Everything – sitting, standing, breathing – caused me pain (even with prescription pain medications).
After 3 weeks of physical therapy, I’m completely cured!
I was skeptical that anything was going to help me, but the repetitive, gradual approach worked wonders.
“I ‘ve been ‘rehabilitated’ by Nick Rinard’s physical therapy team for!
1.) herniated disc (really painful) (downhill ski fall) later.
2.) degenerated spinal disks – exercise and therapy.
3.) sharp nerve pain R neck due to improper head position while reading.
(Nick ‘cured’ rehabilitated my extremely painful herniated disc 3 years ago… in only 3 or 4 visits. I’m forever impressed and grateful.
Now if I have recurring pain I cannot figure out how to ‘cure’ it, I know Nick and his excellent physical therapist team will provide the most effective solutions.
Quick and Efficient, Best.”
Are there things you used to do but now can’t? Walking? Stand? Lift your coffee cup?
Let Nick Rinard Physical Therapy help you get back to doing all the things you love!
Nick Rinard Physical Therapy gets you back to doing everything you couldn’t.
Too many times we hold off on getting help after an injury. Often times we have a sudden onset of pain in which we have no idea where it is coming from and how it even got started. We think the pain will go away or the injury will heal on its own.
Get relief from your pain in just a few visits at Nick Rinard Physical Therapy today.
“Pain and numbness from my right shoulder to finger tips. It was impeding my work and eating with utensils. The pain is completely gone after the first couple of visits and over the course of treatment we are confident that the numbness will disappear.”
It can be difficult to know the right steps to take after a car accident. Here are some general suggestions from Nick Rinard Physical Therapy:
1) Call your insurance company to report the accident as soon as possible, and definitely within 48 hours. If you are experiencing ANY pain, tell them. Even if you don’t end up needing much medical care, it’s important to tell them everything and anything that feels different after the accident.
2) See a doctor and get help early. If you’re like most people you may want to wait to see a doctor because you think you’ll get better on your own. You may get better on your own, but if you don’t, waiting to see a doctor may affect your ability to get medical care under your car accident claim. A trip to your primary care doctor or an urgent care facility is all it takes to legitimize your injuries. Getting care early also will minimize your overall healing time.
3) REST! This is by far the most difficult and most important part of healing after an accident. Give your body time to recover properly.
4) Pain is not normal. Just because a large amount of people experience neck or back pain after a car accident does NOT make it normal. These ailments can be helped tremendously with basic treatment such as physical therapy. You have the right to have your injuries treated, and you have the right to go to any doctor or provider that you choose for help.
If your injuries require physical therapy, call Nick Rinard Physical Therapy today!
Did you know that 80% of American will experience low back pain in their lifetimes?
Take a look at these eye-opening statistics: https://www.thegoodbody.com/back-pain-statistics/
Nick Rinard Physical Therapy uses cutting-edge, scientifically-validated mechanical diagnosis and treatment techniques to help you find the cause and cure of your back pain.
Let us help you today.
To all the service men & women on this Veterans Day… THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS!
Nick Rinard Physical Therapy remains open today to serve our community.
We are here for you.
I have been to Nick several times.
Once for my shoulder, once for my elbow, and most recently for my back and hip.
Each time that I’ve gone he has put very concentrated time and effort into determining my problem.
And then has solved each problem within a week.
I would highly recommend him for any injury that you have. He’s amazing!!!!!
He also cured my sons neck strain in literally one session.
He is very talented and super well worth your visit.
Erick Severo Nick Rinard Physical Therapy Patient Representative
Erick was born in Mexico City, Mexico but grew up in the outskirts of Salt Lake City, Utah. He later moved to Portland in 2014 after graduating from Juan Diego Catholic High School to attend Portland State University where he graduated in late 2019 with a Bachelors of Science in Health Studies with a Pre-Physical Therapy professional track. After spending a year as an intern and assistant coach for Portland State’s Strength & Conditioning team, coaching mainly Women’s Basketball and Football, Erick decided to join the fantastic team at Nick Rinard Physical Therapy.
His hobbies outside of the clinic include Olympic weightlifting, running, hiking, playing sports, listening to and playing music, seeing live music and spending time with friends and family. Son to Maria and Juan Severo and brother to younger sister, Paola. Erick plans on attending Physical Therapy school and earning his DPT as well as becoming another MDT trained Therapist.