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Connor Brown, PT, DPT

Connor Brown, PT, DPT Bend West & Boss Clinic Connor Brown received his bachelor’s degree from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado where he played collegiate soccer in addition to competing in cross country ski and bike races. His enjoyment of outdoor adventure naturally aligned with his desire to become a physical therapist and help others stay active […]

Getting Ready for Ski Season

Getting Ready for Ski Season written by: Tim Gross, PT, DPT, MPT With snow (hopefully) just around the corner, it’s time to start getting ready for ski season! It's important to be serious about preparing our bodies for mountain fun. Pre-season training can give a skier an edge in both competition and injury prevention. Whether [...]

Mt Biking Tips to Keep You Riding

Mt. Biking Tips to Keep You Riding written by Lindsay Lund, PT, DPT, CMPT Central Oregon is a phenomenal region to explore on a mountain bike. We have an expansive trail network, fantastic weather, and a large cycling community that is excited to adventure with other riders. While this sport is incredible, there is the [...]

Welcome New Rebound Team Members!

Welcome New Rebound Team Members!     Sarah Calvert, PT, DPT, originally from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, earned their Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and English Literature from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Sarah concurrently fostered their love for exercise and curiosity about human movement by pursuing a Certificate of Pilates Instruction. They enjoyed […]

Welcome Taylor Debar, MOTR/L

  We are pleased to announce that Taylor DeBar, MOTR/L is the newest addition to Rebound’s Hand Therapy Program. Her primary clinic location will be Rebound’s Redmond Clinic. Originally from Michigan, Taylor graduated from Grand Valley State University with her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy. Taylor first became interested in hand therapy while working throughout graduate school as [...]

Tips to Keep You on The Pickleball Court

Tips to Keep You On The Pickleball Court written by David Bergstrom, PT, DPT Most people know the game by now, but for the uninitiated, pickleball is something of a mix between tennis, racquetball and ping pong. Players use special paddles and a wiffle ball, and games take place on tennis courts with specific pickleball lines. [...]

Hiking Your Way to Good Health

Hiking Your Way To Good Health written by Sarah Stafford, PT, DPT, MPH   Hiking, which can include everything from walking a flat nature path to climbing Everest, enhances cardiovascular fitness and can lower blood pressure. Going up and down hills gives the heart a great workout! But if you’re just starting out, there a [...]

Getting Into The Swing of Things

Getting Into The Swing Of Things written by Matt Onderdonk, PT, DPT, OCS The days are getting longer, the frost delays are getting shorter, and we’ve just wrapped up the first major of the year. If you found yourself in the backyard swinging the club for the first time in months, you’re not alone. The [...]

Caroline Shephard, PT, DPT

  Caroline Shephard, PT, DPT graduated with high honors from Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, California with a degree in Kinesiology. Caroline then completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. Working out of Rebound's Bend East clinic, Caroline treats a wide range of orthopedic conditions, and has an extensive [...]

Ready To Run

Ready To Run written by Eric Edwards, PT, DPT, OCS, CMPT Ready or not, spring is here! About this time of year many of us have just begun, or are beginning, to train for our favorite spring and summer races. Running is the world’s most popular form of exercise and is a huge part of [...]