Physical Therapist – Portland, OR

Warren Hebert

Warren Hebert , PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

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  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Regis University (Denver, CO)
  • Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy
  • Research Thesis in Injury Prevention Screening
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

​A physical therapy appointment with me is characterized by attention to detail and a strong effort to provide you a highly individualized program that addresses your needs. This can only be achieved through honest and thorough communication between you and me, as well as ongoing reflection on the effectiveness of the program. With a one hour time slot, we will be able to accomplish just this. At the initial appointment, you can expect a thorough, hands-on physical assessment to tease out how your individual movement patterns are relevant to your pain. My treatment approach consists of manual techniques and specific exercise guidance to helps you hurt less and do more. No more “cookie cutter” physical therapy. Schedule an appointment with me and expect to come out feeling more resilient about your body than ever before.

Services Provided:

  • Physical Therapy
    • Individualized Therapeutic Exercise Prescription
    • Blood Flow Restriction Training
    • Joint Mobilization​
    • Nerve Flossing / Neurodynamic Mobilization
    • Deep Tissue
    • Myofascial
    • Detailed Home Exercise Program (can be printed or delivered to phone, iPad or computer for easy reference)
    • Ergonomic Recommendations
  • Strength and Conditioning
    • Guided strength and conditioning with progressive overload​
    • Blood Flow Restriction Training
    • Detailed Home Exercise Program (can be printed or delivered to phone, iPad or computer for easy reference)​

Common Conditions Treated:

  • Post-Op Rehab (most orthopedic surgeries)
  • Sciatica
  • Low Back Pain (disc herniation, stenosis, mechanical low back pain)
  • Hip Pain (impingement, tendinitis, bursitis, etc)
  • Tendinitis/Tendinopathy (tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, achilles, patellar tendon, etc)
  • Shoulder Pain (rotator cuff conditions, impingement, labral conditions, etc)
  • Knee pain (patellafemoral pain, patellar tendinitis, IT band syndrome, etc)
  • Ankle Sprains and Fractures
  • Ankle Impingement