I was totally disappointed in this business. I felt like it was pricey and atmosphere was not good at all. And it was cold and they refused to let the room warm up because I looked Chinese.
2701 NW Vaughn St Ste 155Portland, OR 97210
4437 SE Cesar E Chavez BlvdPortland, OR 97202
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OET is a great place, Matt Whitehead is the owner and he knows his stuff. I have been working with him, learning the Egoscue Method, for the last 6 months. He has helped me recover from what was an ever worsening back condition. I'm not out of the woods yet but know I'm on the right path and that Matt is the one to continue leading me in the correct direction. Every Egoscue workout is tough, but tough in the way that feels so right. I know the exercises are restoring the balance I had lost. My body just couldn't do it anymore and I woke up leaning over to the side, off center by inches, about 9 months ago. I tried PT, which helped but didn't go far enough, in part because they were only allowed to work with the referred area, and I knew my whole body was involved. Matt, using the Egoscue Method, treats the whole body, it's the only way that makes sense to me. He watches how I move and then has me try various Egoscue Exercises as we determine which are best for my next 'menu'. I am amazed at how Egoscue exercises remind the body of how it is meant to move, they just feel right to me, and I'm standing much straighter these days. I highly recommend Matt and OET if your body is not performing as you know it should. Don't put it off, I did and I wish I'd started with Matt sooner.
Matt Whitehead's Oregon Exercise Therapy is as it good as it gets for structural alignment, injury treatment/ prevention and overall health and functional fitness. Matt's manner is professional and friendly, and most importantly he listens to his clients and delivers. All this happens in lovely modern facility with all the needed equipment, and has made a real difference to my physical well being.
UNHAPPY IN BEAVERTONAFTER WITHHOLDING MY STATEMENT FOR OVER TWO YEARS, MDT SENT ME TO COLLECTIONS WHEN I COULDN’T PAYHere is my unhappy story about Nick Rinard at MDT: I received therapy treatments from him in fall 2011 and December of 2012, but I didn’t get a bill from his office until March of 2013. When I would ask about my bill as I paid the office fee for each of my therapy sessions, the office staff would act reassuring and tell me that the accounting office was billing my insurance, and if I owed anything more, they would be sure to let me know. In the meantime, the office staff people kept calling me and urging me to make more and still more appointments for ongoing therapy. Not until March 2013, two months after I had informed the staff I couldn’t continue therapy because I was unemployed, did I receive my first ever billing statement from MDT – with charges dating all the way back to my first visit in 2011, for a grand total of nearly $2000. So here’s a word to the wise: Nick Rinard may be great at the PR, but when he tells you he hates insurance companies, as he told me during my first therapy session, you had best take him at his word. If you need to use your insurance, take my advice and stay away from MDT, or you might end up going to collections with a huge bill, like I did.
Oregon Physical Therapy is a very welcoming place! I have been a patient for 2 years for various pain issues and have found the staff to be exceptional! I have had physical therapy previously at another clinic and every move I made from the time I walked in the door was critiqued and analyzed. At OPT, I have never been criticized and have felt very comfortable from the beginning. The staff is VERY knowledgeable and the clinic is well equipped to treat various complaints. In addition, while exercising in the gym, there is a beautiful view of Mt. Hood and Mt.St.Helens! If you need physical therapy, OPT is the best place to go!