Joe was born and raised here in Beaverton and grew up in the Oak Hills neighborhood right by the clinic. He attended Westview High School where he played water polo, swam, and started the snowboard team. Joe attended Oregon State University where he graduated at the top of his class with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sports Sciences. He then earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Eastern Washington University and was awarded the Faculty Merit Award for academics, leadership and professionalism. Joe has completed postdoctoral training and has a special interest in orthopedic injury evaluation and treatment, injury prevention, manual therapy, and performance training. He is certified in clinical Blood Flow Restriction Training which is a specialized technique for safely enhancing strength, muscle mass, and aerobic endurance to speed up the recovery process from injury or surgery, and for sports/work performance training.
Jackie was born in Portland, OR and grew up in Bandon on the Southern Oregon Coast…
Blood flow restriction (BFR) is a proven safe and effective system used by trained medical professionals to help patients and clients build muscle mass, strength, function, aerobic endurance and more. Using pneumatic tourniquet-like cuffs placed at either the closest part of the leg or closet part of the arm, an individually-calculated pressure is applied to the cuff that limits the amount of blood flow returning from your limb. Blood flow restriction therapy causes a release of your own body’s hormone from the pituitary gland. This causes growth of muscle, bone and nearly every cell in the body, and it enhances fat loss.
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