Tabitha Galindo, PT, DPT

Tabitha Galindo feels privileged to help people facing challenges work through the healing process. “My patients inspire me as they exhibit genuine resolve and resilience in the face of adversity,” she says.

After completing a Bachelor of Science in exercise science at Harding University, she went to Pacific University for her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She has won many professional awards and gained experience working in inpatient and outpatient settings. She’s also worked as a gymnastics instructor.

Now she especially focuses gait, balance and vestibular rehabilitation as well as rehabilitation for many types of musculoskeletal and neurological injuries including chronic pain and adolescent injuries.

Tabitha believes in the body’s amazing healing potential. “You are the real rehab rock star,” she tells patients. “We want to work as a team to achieve goals that are meaningful to you and help you learn to manage your symptoms independently.”

A Pacific Northwest native, Tabitha enjoys going with her husband and dogs for hikes or trips to the coast. They also enjoy traveling to experience new cultures and cuisines; she loves music, cooking, and gymnastics.

Because she is passionate about global health care access, Tabitha also spends time outside of work on the board of a nonprofit,Little Hands - Big Hearts, which helps to empower the families of children with special needs in Honduras. She also engages young professionals through service in the Oregon Physical Therapy Association’s membership committee, delegation, and the member-led initiatives workgroup, and as adjunct faculty at the Pacific University School of Physical Therapy.

Eugene Medina, PT

Providing clients with high-quality care in a friendly and comfortable environment is a key goal as physical therapist Eugene Medina approaches his work each day. “I strive to establish treatment plans for clients on an individual basis because everyone has unique goals,” he explains.

Eugene completed his Master of Physical Therapy degree at Loma Linda University in California. When he’s not busy at work, he enjoys spending time outside with his wife, sons and friends skiing, biking, camping and traveling.

Anne Murray, MSPT, MDT

Physical therapist Anne Murray’s special training in a variety of therapies allows her to match the best therapies to each patient. She strives to create personal connections with patients and enjoys helping people get back to doing what they want to do.

Murray earned her master’s degree in physical therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She has advanced certifications in several varieties of evaluations and therapies, including the McKenzie method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment; instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization - ASTYM (known as ASTYM, a technique that uses a special tool to break up scar tissue); and Selective Functional Movement Assessment.

As a native Oregonian, Murray couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. She enjoys working on her small farm, raising sheep and horses.

Brian Prokop, LPTA

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Physical therapist assistant Brian Prokop feels blessed to make a positive, tangible impact on people’s lives every day. He strives to provide each patient with the kind of empathy, compassion, care and expertise that he would want for his own family.

Brian graduated from Mount Hood Community College Physical Therapist Assistant program in Gresham, Oregon. He focuses on sports medicine, with a special interest in treating the shoulder and knee. He also works with patients for balance and fall prevention. He has additional training in the McKenzie method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTYM). He also serves as a clinical instructor for students.

Highly active in his church, Brian is also an avid fisherman. He enjoys hiking, skiing, cycling and landscaping.