Speech-Language Providers

Lily Orcutt, SLP

I received my Master’s degree from the University of Oregon where I received broad education in outpatient, inpatient, and school settings. I was then selected to complete my Clinical Fellowship at The NW Clinic for Voice and Swallowing at Oregon Health and Science University, where I obtained specialized clinical training in voice, swallowing, and upper airway disorders, as well as head and neck cancer. While at OHSU, I also conducted research evaluating voice and speech outcomes after deep brain stimulation for patients with Parkinson’s disease.

Kate Cox, MS, CCC-SLP

Kate provides patient-centered care through careful listening to each patient. She individualizes treatment plans to meet the unique needs, strengths, and interests of each patient. She thrives on the relationships she builds with patients and families and delights in seeing them progress in therapy.

“I became interested in Speech Therapy after my dad had a debilitating stroke. And as a clinician, I strive to give every patient the kind of care I would want for him.”

Tabitha Galindo, DPT

Dr. 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, Dr. Galindo 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 Dr. Galindo 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.

Dr. Galindo 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, Dr. Galindo enjoys going with her husband and dogs for hikes or trips to the coast. They also enjoy traveling to experience new cultures and cuisines; Dr. Galindo loves music, cooking, and gymnastics.

Because she is passionate about global health care access, Dr. Galindo 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.