Move Strong Physical Therapy at the MJCC!
Move Strong Physical Therapy clinic is located inside the MJCC and is open to both members and guests. Locally owned, Move Strong delivers the highest quality, one-on-one, hands-on treatment, individualized to each patient’s needs.
Physical therapy can treat many conditions, including joint pain, back pain, arthritis, muscle and tendon injuries, poor balance and fall prevention, running pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, lymphedema and post-cancer rehabilitation, women’s health, pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, and incontinence.
Move Strong accepts insurance as well as cash options.
Clinic contact info: 503.451.3750
Move Strong is contracted with many local insurance plans, and adding more all the time. Call today at 503.451.3750 to see if Move Strong is a provider for your insurance plan.
Move Strong PT is currently open and accepting new patients. All staff are fully vaccinated, and strict COVID protocols and cleaning measures are in place.
Ask the Physical Therapist Free Workshops are back! At the MJCC and on Zoom.
Check back for upcoming workshops.
Meet Dr. Ariel Salzman, DPT, OCS, CMPT
Dr. Ariel Salzman is the owner and one of the therapists of Move Strong Physical Therapy. Ariel was born in Humbolt County, California, and raised in Athens, Ohio. She graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Biological Sciences. She then attended Pacific University in Forest Grove where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2005. Ariel has focused on Orthopedics in the Pacific Northwest, treating many runners and triathletes on both the amateur and professional level. In 2012, she earned her Board Certification in Orthopedics (OCS) and in 2016 she was awarded a manual therapy certificate (CMPT) from the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Ariel is also certified in ASTYM soft tissue mobilization and orthotics casting. Ariel enjoys treating patients of all ages and activity levels, and takes special interest in the spine as well as treating the body as a whole to prevent re-injury. When not in the clinic, Ariel is an Instructional Assistant at Pacific University School of Physical Therapy. She is active in Search and Rescue, and is a certified K9 handler in a local volunteer group. For fun, Ariel enjoys camping, skiing, mountain biking and attending live music.
Meet Robyn Tynan, Physical Therapist
Robyn graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2004 with her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. She has studied Leduc Method of lymphedema treatment, achieved her APTA Pelvic Academy CAP certification in Pelvic Health, and completed extensive training in visceral manipulation skills. Robyn believes that the key to successful rehab is creating a partnership with her patients, exploring each patient's individual needs and challenges, and removing obstacles to the body's own healing. She hopes to help you understand your body better and gain confidence in your ability to move with less pain and enjoy the lifestyle of your choice.