PORTLAND PHYSICAL THERAPY
PT 360° Sports Medicine & Spine Therapy is a premiere outpatient physical therapy facility in Portland, Oregon. PT 360° Sports Medicine & Spine Therapy in Portland, Oregon located east of the Willamette River offers comprehensive care for musculoskeletal and orthopedic treatments for neck pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, hand pain, lower back pain, hip pain, knee pain, ankle and foot pain, and other constant pain conditions. Our highly trained therapists are ready to assist.
PT 360° Physical Therapist provides individualized care for clients throughout the Portland Metro area including: North Clackamas, Milwaukie, East Portland, Southeast Portland and Northeast Portland. PT 360° in Portland is Oregon's #1 physical therapy practice specializing in sports medicine physical therapy as well as a complete offering of physical therapy services.
Portland Physical Therapy offers First-rate outpatient physical therapy through a comprehensive examination, diagnosis and treatment process which is client/patient centric by utilizing manual techniques, therapeutic exercise, modalities, balance training, individualized program and overuse training prevention strategies to achieve optimal results for each individual patient in order to live a pain free life.
Now Offering Sports Physical Therapy and So Much More
Our highly trained physical therapists and sports medicine specialists provide expertise in Physical Therapy, Sports Injuries, Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Trigger Point Release Therapy, Manual Therapy, Walking and Balance Disorders, Custom Orthotics, Sports Performance, Sports Injuries, and Wellness Program.
We Treat a Wide Range of Conditions
We provide exclusive programs to treat Frequent Headaches, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Wrist and Hand Injuries, Sciatica, Lower Back Pain, Pelvic Floor Therapy, Hip Pain, Knee Pain, Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Sports Related Injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis, Parkinson's Disease, TMJ Dysfunction, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Orthopedic PT Problems.
PT 360° Sports Medicine & Spine Therapy is conveniently located on 8th Avenue in Portland, Oregon: 5 minutes from I-205 and 8 minutes from downtown Portland. PT 360° also offers an innovative approach to fitness by using exercise as a means to heal your body naturally for long-term health and pain free life.
Our Physical Therapists Offer The Best Care In Portland.
We provide you with one-on-one personalized treatment sessions entirely with an expert physical therapist, achieving faster results, better understanding of your condition, better patient education, instruction and outcomes. PT 360° Sports Medicine & Spine Therapy in Portland, Oregon physical therapy has earned a reputation for excellence by providing exemplary care to thousands of patients with various orthopedic PT needs throughout the Portland Metro area.
Most Physical Therapy Clinics...
Only offer day time hours... We offer extended hours of operation, after-hours phone access, a convenient central location with free parking, flexible scheduling, injury screens, and a warm and friendly staff who will strive to make your experience a memorable and valuable one. We are committed to helping people of all ages and athletic abilities restore their health and return to their normal way of living. Our goal is not just to return you to lesser pain, but to aim higher, gaining greater function and get you back to a pain free life.
Experience the PT 360 Difference
PT 360 Sports Medicine and Spine Therapy treats a variety of clients, individually customizing to their body. We teach them how to move more efficiently in order to perform better. And we help offer temporary pain relief so you can get back out there without pain holding you back..
At PT 360° our physical therapists are passionate about what they do... staying educated on the latest techniques in order to constantly evolve their practice in helping people improve their quality of life! Our team is caring and compassionate with a passion for excellence.. Our physical therapy treatments can help ease your pain... so you can enjoy doing the activities you love again. Visit us today at PT 360 Portland!
We'd love to hear from you, PT 360 Portland, Oregon. PT 360 Portland offers a variety of physical therapy services to the local communities. PT 360 Sports Medicine and Spine Therapy is an outpatient physical therapy clinic offering custom orthotics, sports performance enhancement, manual therapy for pain relief, PT for injuries including neck pain treatment and physical therapy after car accident.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to see my physician before coming to PT?
No, Portland Physical Therapy is the first line of treatment for most orthopedic physical therapy problems. Our highly trained physical therapists are qualified to assess your condition, determine the best course of action and perform a variety of therapeutic exercises. You will receive a personalized plan specifically designed for you in order to decrease pain and increase function.. What do I need to bring when I come in?
You can download our patient forms HERE before coming to PT 360 (fill out both pages). A note from your doctor containing his/her diagnosis would also be helpful... but not necessary.
Do I have to make an appointment?
Yes, appointments are recommended but walk-ins are always welcome too! We offer same day appointments whenever possible as well as extended hours of operation (including evenings and weekends
How much does a physical therapy visit cost?
PT 360 Portland charges an affordable physical therapy fee based on insurance plans or physical therapy self pay rate. PT 360 accepts major private insurances including but not limited to most HMO's, PPO's and billing with Medicare and Medicaid.. We also offer in-house PT financing plans for those who need it!
How long does each physical therapy session last?
Treatment sessions typically last 30 to 60 minutes per visit.
How many physical therapy sessions will I need?
This is highly variable. You may need one visit or you may need months of care. It depends on your diagnosis, the severity of your impairments, your past medical history, etc. You will be re-evaluated on a monthly basis and when you see your doctor, we will provide you with a progress report with our recommendations.