Lindsay Ljola, PT
Erin Barnes, PT

Jason Ladwig, PTA

Jason Ladwig truly enjoys helping his patients improve their quality of life and function. He brings training in mechanical diagnosis and therapy (MDT), orthopedics, balance and gait to his work in both outpatient and hospital settings.

Before completing his physical therapy assistant training at Mount Hood Community College, Jason earned his Bachelor of Science in recreation management from Appalachian State University. He worked as a kayak guide in Maine. He also enjoys biking and spending time with his family.

Michelle Beauchene, PT, DPT

Physical therapist Michelle Beauchene treats each patient as an individual, with their own goals and needs in healing.

Michelle earned her doctorate in physical therapy at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. She has experience in a variety of orthopedic, aquatic and lymphedema specialty treatment settings.

Before working as a physical therapist, Michelle worked in tourism in Alaska and Canada. In her spare time, she enjoys sewing, crafting and getting outside for backpacking trips.

Susan Bamberger, PT, MPT, MDT

For Susan Bamberger, the definition of a great day is solving some difficult problems that help her patients reach their health and wellness goals. A physical therapist, Bamberger has a strong focus in outpatient orthopedics and complex pain disorders.

Bamberger earned a master’s degree in physical therapy at the College of Saint Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota. Additionally, she has a diploma and certification in mechanical diagnosis and therapy (also known as the McKenzie Method). Bamberger is also involved in many professional activities through the Oregon Physical Therapist Licensing Board and the McKenzie Institute.

Outside the clinic, Susan enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with her friends and family.

Cierra Santiago, DPT

As a physical therapist, Cierra Santiago loves helping people learn to manage their pain on their own, so they can have confidence in returning to the activities they enjoy.

Cierra earned her doctorate degree in physical therapy from A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. She has added training in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) and vestibular rehabilitation to her skills. She also has special training in therapy for dizziness, balance and persistent pain.

When not at work, Cierra enjoys hiking, running, trying new foods and hanging out with her husband and two cats.